Management of Non Small Cell Lung Cancer (NSCL) in Different 51 Clinical Situations

Authors

  • Kazi Manzur Kader Associate Professor, Radiation Oncology, NICRH
  • Md Johirul Islam Assistant Professor, Cancer Epidemiology, NICRH
  • Mollah Md Abu Sayed Assistant Professor, Surgical Oncology, NICRH.

Keywords:

Non small cell lung carcinoma, attitude and practice of Bangladeshi Oncologist

Abstract

This study was done in the period of January 2007 to December 2007, among the Oncologists working in different hospitals of Dhaka city.

The oncologists were interviewed with a set questionnaires regarding Non Small Cell Lung carcinoma in different clinical stages. The total number of respondent was thirty.

It was found from the study that 50% (15) of oncologist recommended post operative radiotherapy and 40% (12) both chemo and radiotherapy in T2 N1 M0 stage of post pneumonectomy patients. 80% (24) oncologist preferred both chemo-radiotherapy in T2 N3 M0 stage.

Key Words: Non small cell lung carcinoma, attitude and practice of Bangladeshi Oncologist

(Bang. Onc. J. 2009; 4 (2) : 51-53)  

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Kader, K. M., Islam, M. J., & Sayed, M. M. A. (2009). Management of Non Small Cell Lung Cancer (NSCL) in Different 51 Clinical Situations. Bangladesh Oncology Journal, 4(2), 51–53. Retrieved from https://www.banglajol.info/index.php/BOJ/article/view/3108

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