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Comparison of Quality of Life for Breast Conserving Surgery and Mastectomy in Early Stage Breast Cancer
by dr Zico Paradigma - Sunday, 18 June 2017, 12:18 PM
Breast cancer surgery can impact psychology of the patients  as well as organically, which can manifest as quality of life (QOL). Methods: thirty patients breast cancer surgery with breast conserving surgery (50%) and mastectomy (50%) were assessed use of a self report questionnaire by cancer rehabilitation evaluation system, revised dyadic adjustment scale, watts sexual function questionnaire, and medical outcomes study social report survey. Results: Thirty patients, the age ranged between 31 and 56 years and the mean age 43.5 years. Twenty six patients have married, a widow, and three unmarried. There was no found a difference in health related QOL. No differences were seen in level of pain, skin sensitivity and related problems in surgical area. Woman in mastectomy group reported stastitically more problem with their body image. Beyond that, they also have a complaint about the feelings of sexual attractiveness than woman in breast conserving surgery (BCS). Conclusions: This study found differences between woman who do breast conserving surgery and mastectomy. Woman with BCS has better feelings about body image, sexuality and partnership than mastectomy.

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Nama : Dian Ibnu Wahid, dr
Judul : Comparison of Quality of Life for Breast Conserving Surgery and Mastectomy in Early Stage Breast Cancer
Pembimbing : Kristanto Yuli Yarsa, dr, SpB(K)Onk

Hari/Tanggal : Senin, 19 Juni 2017 
Jam : 09.00 WIB 
Tempat : Ruang Pertemuan Bedah Anggrek IV 

Penaya wajib
1. Wahyudin, dr
2. Suryo Wahyu Rahardjo, dr
3. L Bobby Nindra, dr