Volume 35, No. 06, Month NOVEMBER, Year 2020, Pages 656 - 661

Outcome of modified radical mastectomy of breast cancer in srinagarind hospital

Anongporn Wongbuddha , Punnawat Chandrachamnong , Dumnern Vachirodom , Ongart Somintara

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Background and Objective: Modi fied Radi cal Mastectomy (MRM) is one option for the surgical treatment of breast cancer which is widely used in Srinagarind Hospital. This study aimed to evaluate the outcome of Modified Radical Mastectomy by studying the 5-year survival rate and 3-year disease-free survival rate, complication and risk factor of survival of breast cancer patients at Srinagarind Hospital. Material and Method: We reviewed the case records of 215 consecutive breast cancer patients who underwent MRM at Srinagarind Hospital, Faculty of medicine, Khonkaen University between January 2004 and December 2007 Result: Of all the 215 patients over the study period, the mean age was 51.1 years old. The most common site of tumor was located by the upper outer quadrant (46.5%). Most patients had Stage II breast cancer: 117 patients (54.4%). The most common operative surgical complication was seroma collection in seven percent of patients. The 5-year survival rate was 83.6% and the 3-year disease-free survival rate was 78.9%. Conclusion: The 5-year survival rate of breast cancer who underwent MRM was 83.6% and the 3-year disease-free survival rate was 78.9 %.


Breast cancer, Modi fied Radi cal Mastectomy, 5-year survival rate, 3-year disease-free survival rate


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