RADICAL MASTECTOMY FOR BREAST CANCER AND POST-MASTECTOMY SYNDROME: CLINICAL ASPECTS

Authors

  • Arman Khozhayev Professor, Oncologist, Asfendiyarov Kazakh National Medical University, Almaty, Kazakhstan
  • Anel Askandirova Professor, Oncologist, Asfendiyarov Kazakh National Medical University, Almaty, Kazakhstan
  • Akerke Orazbayeva Oncologist-mammologist, Almaty Oncology Center, Almaty, Kazakhstan
  • Aida Urazova Oncologist-chemotherapist, Regional Oncological Dispensary, West Kazakhstan region, Uralsk, Kazakhstan
  • Oxana Shutaryova Oncologist-chemotherapist, Regional Oncological Dispensary, West Kazakhstan region, Uralsk, Kazakhstan
  • Karakoz Dastenova Oncologist-chemotherapist, Regional Oncological Dispensary, West Kazakhstan region, Uralsk, Kazakhstan
  • Azamat Akanov Oncologist-chemotherapist, Almaty Oncology Center, Almaty, Kazakhstan

Keywords:

breast cancer, post-mastectomy syndrome, rehabilitation

Abstract

Radical mastectomy for breast cancer, being the most frequently performed operation, along with the use of combined and complex treatment, often leads to severe functional, somatic and psychological disorders in patients with this pathology. Postmastectomy syndrome is diverse in its manifestations, and timely and complete restorative treatment and preventive measures can improve the quality of life of patients, returning them to a full-fledged family, social life and work activity

Published

2024-01-29

How to Cite

Arman Khozhayev, Anel Askandirova, Akerke Orazbayeva, Aida Urazova, Oxana Shutaryova, Karakoz Dastenova, & Azamat Akanov. (2024). RADICAL MASTECTOMY FOR BREAST CANCER AND POST-MASTECTOMY SYNDROME: CLINICAL ASPECTS. World Scientific Reports, (5). Retrieved from https://ojs.publisher.agency/index.php/WSR/article/view/2902

Issue

Section

Medical Sciences