AIM: TO evaluate clinical and histopathological changes of gastric cancer (GC) in the last fifteen years and analyze factors influencing overall survival. MATERIAL OF STUDY: We have retrospectively categorized patients submitted to surgery for GC from January 1996 December 2010. The analysis focused on two periods: 1996-2003 (period 1) and 2004-2010 (period 2). RESULTS: There was an increase in age distribution of GC in period 2 (p=0.012). Significant increase of whole GC was observed in period 2 (p=0.01). Slight but significant changes in TNM stage were found: in group 2 there decrease in the rate of early GC and in advanced depth of tumor invasion; increase of lymph nodes involvement also demonstrated. Overall survival (OS) had not changed from the first to the second period. There was a significant difference in OS calculated for Lauren histotype: from ten months to surgery, patients with diffuse histotype showed prognosis. DISCUSSION: The most important findings were an increase in lymph node involvement and a decrease in depth of tumor invasion, an higher percentage of whole type and a decrease in palliative surgery. Overall-survival hasn't change last fifteen years. These results confirms the importance of extent of lymph node dissection in the standard approach of GC, the tumor stage and Lauren histotypes as the main prognostic factors in GC. CONCLUSION: This work confirms the dismal prognosis of GC and the need to increase diagnosis of early gastric cancer.

Experience of 463 cases of gastric cancer from a single surgical center / Viani, Lorenzo; Bertocchi, Elisa; Iapichino, Gioacchino Giovanni; Dell'Abate, Paolo; Sivelli, Roberto; Sianesi, Mario; DEL RIO, Paolo. - In: ANNALI ITALIANI DI CHIRURGIA. - ISSN 2239-253X. - 86:6(2015), pp. 513-517.

Experience of 463 cases of gastric cancer from a single surgical center

VIANI, Lorenzo;BERTOCCHI, Elisa;IAPICHINO, Gioacchino Giovanni;DELL'ABATE, Paolo;SIVELLI, Roberto;SIANESI, Mario;DEL RIO, Paolo
2015

Abstract

AIM: TO evaluate clinical and histopathological changes of gastric cancer (GC) in the last fifteen years and analyze factors influencing overall survival. MATERIAL OF STUDY: We have retrospectively categorized patients submitted to surgery for GC from January 1996 December 2010. The analysis focused on two periods: 1996-2003 (period 1) and 2004-2010 (period 2). RESULTS: There was an increase in age distribution of GC in period 2 (p=0.012). Significant increase of whole GC was observed in period 2 (p=0.01). Slight but significant changes in TNM stage were found: in group 2 there decrease in the rate of early GC and in advanced depth of tumor invasion; increase of lymph nodes involvement also demonstrated. Overall survival (OS) had not changed from the first to the second period. There was a significant difference in OS calculated for Lauren histotype: from ten months to surgery, patients with diffuse histotype showed prognosis. DISCUSSION: The most important findings were an increase in lymph node involvement and a decrease in depth of tumor invasion, an higher percentage of whole type and a decrease in palliative surgery. Overall-survival hasn't change last fifteen years. These results confirms the importance of extent of lymph node dissection in the standard approach of GC, the tumor stage and Lauren histotypes as the main prognostic factors in GC. CONCLUSION: This work confirms the dismal prognosis of GC and the need to increase diagnosis of early gastric cancer.
Experience of 463 cases of gastric cancer from a single surgical center / Viani, Lorenzo; Bertocchi, Elisa; Iapichino, Gioacchino Giovanni; Dell'Abate, Paolo; Sivelli, Roberto; Sianesi, Mario; DEL RIO, Paolo. - In: ANNALI ITALIANI DI CHIRURGIA. - ISSN 2239-253X. - 86:6(2015), pp. 513-517.
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