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Research Paper | Gynaecology | India | Volume 5 Issue 11, November 2016


Role of Screening, Diagnosis and Treatment Strategy on cervical and Uterine Cancer Incidence and Mortality of Menopausal Women

Meenakshi Gahlot, Dr. Bharti Prakash


Abstract: Objective It is an epidemiological study in Ajmer municipal area, Rajasthan, India with retrospective recorded data on uterine and cervical menopausal cancer. Present study is focused on the impact of screening, diagnosis and treatment strategies on uterine and cervical cancer incidence and mortality reduction with focus on menopausal women, ageing 21-80 of Ajmer municipal area. Method and Methodology Respondents of current study were registered and diagnosed with uterine and cervical cancer in different hospital of the Ajmer municipal area between Jan.2010-Dec.2014. Fifty two women were diagnosed with uterine cancer and 827 women were diagnosed with cervical cancer in different major hospitals of Ajmer municipal area, aged 21-80. Association between uterine and cervical cancer mortality reduction and impact of screening, diagnosis and treatment strategies on at particular ages were co-related. Result There is evidence that uterine and cervical cancer incidence and mortality was associated with effective screening, diagnosis and treatment strategies. Post menopausal stage was associated with a 31 % reduction in uterine cancer mortality and 7 % reduction in incidence rate.6 % reduction were reported in uterine cancer incidence in peri menopausal stage with effective screening, diagnosis and treatment strategies. Conclusions To significantly reduce the uterine and cervical cancer incidence and mortality, menopausal screening should be firmly intensified to improve long term effectiveness of screening, diagnosis and treatment strategies. Quality assessment of early screening, proper diagnosis and early treatment of menopausal women should be done via early indicators with special emphasis on physiological similarities of cervical cancer and peri menopausal stage.


Keywords: Menopause, Uterine cancer, Cervical Cancer, Incidence, Mortality


Edition: Volume 5 Issue 11, November 2016,


Pages: 807 - 809


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Meenakshi Gahlot, Dr. Bharti Prakash, "Role of Screening, Diagnosis and Treatment Strategy on cervical and Uterine Cancer Incidence and Mortality of Menopausal Women", International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR), https://www.ijsr.net/get_abstract.php?paper_id=15111602, Volume 5 Issue 11, November 2016, 807 - 809

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