BREAST-CONSERVING SURGERY COMPARED WITH MASTECTOMY IN MALE BREAST CANCER: A RETROSPECTIVE STUDY.

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Dr. Biswaranjan Prusty
Dr.Ansuman Pradhan
Dr. Nilamadhaba Prusty
Dr. Dillip Kumar Pradhan

Keywords

male breast cancer, breast‑conserving operation, modified radical mastectomy

Abstract

Background: Current treatment guidelines for male breast cancer (MBC) are largely based on clinical trials limited to female participants. With limited MBC research, it remains unclear if breast conservative therapy (BCT) is equivalent to mastectomy in MBC. 


Aim and objective: To evaluate the clinical efficacy and prognosis of breast‑conserving surgery versus modified radical mastectomy in the treatment of early-stage breast cancer. 


Methods: 60 cases of early-stage breast cancer were reviewed and retrospectively included in  Department of General Surgery, Different private Hospitals, Puri, Bhubaneswar, Odisha. The characteristics of the operation procedure, such as operation time, intraoperative blood loss, and length of hospital stay, were compared between the two groups. And the prognosis was that the that the recurrence rate was also compared to the two groups.


Results: Of the 60 early breast cancer cases included, 30 subjects received the breast-conserving operation, and the other 30 cases received the modified radical mastectomy. The operation time, intraoperative blood loss, and length of hospital stay were (58.6 ± 5.02) min, (40.73 ± 4.61) ml, (11.73 ± 2.06) day in the breast‑conserving group, and (98.73 ± 5.57) min, (80.65 ± 4.99) ml, (13.53 ± 1.85) day in the modified radical mastectomy group,, respectively. The operation time, intraoperative blood loss, and length of hospital stay were smaller in the breast-conserving group compared with the modified radical mastectomy group, with a statistical difference of P < 0.05. Conclusions: The breast-conserving operation was superior to a modified radical mastectomy in terms of operation time, intraoperative blood loss, and length of hospital stay.


 

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