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[2] => Treatment was initiated in 2017 for 7710 patients with cervical cancer; 11 120 with endometrial cancer; 7029 with ovarian, tubal and peritoneal cancer; 2164 with ovarian borderline tumors; and with the others (213 vulvar cancer, 139 vaginal cancer, 366 uterine sarcoma, 41 uterine adenosarcoma and 131 trophoblastic diseases). This clinicopathological information was summarized as the patient annual report. The 5-year survival rates of the patients with cervical cancer were 92.9, 75.5, 58.2 and 26.7% for stages I, II, III and IV, respectively. The 5-year survival rates for the patients with endometrial cancer were 93.6, 85.6, 72.6 and 27.3% for stages I, II, III and IV, respectively. The 5-year survival rates for the patients with ovarian cancer (surface epithelial-stromal tumors) were 92.5, 83.5, 49.5 and 30.8% for stages I, II, III and IV, respectively. 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[ELocationID] => Array ( [0] => noab046 [1] => 10.1093/neuonc/noab046 ) [Abstract] => SimpleXMLElement Object ( [AbstractText] => Array ( [0] => Immune checkpoint inhibitors (ICI) have been a breakthrough for selected cancer patients, including those with brain metastases (BMs). Likewise, steroids have been an integral component of symptomatic management of BM patients. However, clinical evidence on the interaction between ICI and steroids in BM patients is conflicting and has not adequately been summarized thus far. Hence, the aim of this study was to perform a systematic literature review and meta-analysis on the association between steroid use and overall survival (OS) in BM patients receiving ICI. [1] => A systematic literature search was performed. Pooled effect estimates were calculated using random-effects models across included studies. [2] => After screening 1145 abstracts, fifteen observational studies were included. Fourteen studies reported sufficient data for meta-analysis, comprising 1102 BM patients of which 32.1% received steroids. In the steroid group, median OS ranged from 2.9-10.2 months. In the non-steroid group, median OS ranged from 4.9-25.1 months. Pooled results demonstrated significantly worse OS (HR 1.84, 95% CI 1.22-2.77) and systemic progression free survival (PFS; HR 2.00, 95% CI 1.37-2.91) in the steroid group. Stratified analysis showed a consistent effect across the melanoma subgroup; not in the lung cancer subgroup. No significant association was shown between steroid use and intracranial PFS (HR 1.31, 95% CI 0.42-4.07). [3] => Administration of steroids was associated with significantly worse OS and PFS in BM patients receiving ICI. Further research on dose, timing, and duration of steroids is needed to elucidate the cause of this association and optimize outcomes in BM patients receiving ICI. ) [CopyrightInformation] => © The Author(s) 2021. 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[2] => Among 100 women, 59% had 1 or more unmet BNs, with similar prevalence between urban and rural sites. Adherence to initial colposcopy was 83% overall, 72% at the rural clinic, and 94% at the urban clinic (p = .006). These adherence rates were improved from 4 months before study launch (30/59 [51%] rural clinic and 68/137 [50%] urban clinic). Although acceptability of BN navigation was greater than 96% and women felt that it helped them get to their colposcopy visit, having a navigator was not associated with adherence. Women reporting no unmet BNs had the lowest adherence compared with women with 1 or more unmet BNs, regardless of navigator assistance (p = .03). [3] => Disadvantaged women who need colposcopy have unmet BNs and value navigator assistance for initial appointments. 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[Pagination] => SimpleXMLElement Object ( [MedlinePgn] => 105646 ) [ELocationID] => Array ( [0] => S2210-2612(21)00143-7 [1] => 10.1016/j.ijscr.2021.105646 ) [Abstract] => SimpleXMLElement Object ( [AbstractText] => Array ( [0] => Pericardial involvement due to gastric cancer is uncommon, especially when it is secondary to direct tumor infiltration. Its manifestation as cardiac tamponade is an exceptional situation that represents a challenge for the treating medical team. [1] => a case of a patient with advanced gastric cancer with cardiopericardial infiltration, complicated with cardiac tamponade is reported. A narrative review of the diagnostic and therapeutic management was performed. [2] => There are no well-established diagnostic and therapeutic algorithms. [3] => It is such an exceptional entity that most of the available bibliography is based on case reports or expert opinions. It is a situation with a very bad prognosis. ) [CopyrightInformation] => Copyright © 2021. 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[Pagination] => SimpleXMLElement Object ( [MedlinePgn] => 105652 ) [ELocationID] => Array ( [0] => S2210-2612(21)00149-8 [1] => 10.1016/j.ijscr.2021.105652 ) [Abstract] => SimpleXMLElement Object ( [AbstractText] => Array ( [0] => Wilkie's syndrome[SMA(Superior Mesenteric Artery) syndrome or Cast syndrome]) is a unique and rare presentation which may be included in the differential diagnosis especially when a Gastric outlet obstruction is being investigated and there is a history of an associated element of rapid weight loss. The purpose of presenting this case report is its uniqueness given a history of intermittent fasting rather than the usual eating disorders. [1] => A crescendo worsening of symptoms of intractable vomiting, inability to eat, upper abdominal gas bloating and post meal abdominal pain since one week in a patient during a period of fasting for the first time had been observed. [2] => After initial resuscitation, an ultrasound abdomen and an abdominal x ray revealed a distended stomach and a nasogastric tube was immediately introduced to avoid aspiration. A CT scan of the abdomen with contrast revealed the compressed duodenum in the aortomesenteric angle and the diagnosis of SMA syndrome was confirmed. An upper gastrointestinal endoscopy was also done to rule out other causes and it was found to be normal. [3] => In an acute presentation, the response to conservative management is remarkable and in the absence of any possible future reoccurrences the surgical options may be avoided. High index of suspicion, appropriate radiological diagnosis and stepwise treatment options may guide the troubled patient towards recovery in this rare presentation. A proper history taking is key in diagnosing such a condition and does not have to be limited to eating disorders, typically. ) [CopyrightInformation] => Copyright © 2021 The Authors. Published by Elsevier Ltd.. All rights reserved. ) [AuthorList] => SimpleXMLElement Object ( [@attributes] => Array ( [CompleteYN] => Y ) [Author] => Array ( [0] => SimpleXMLElement Object ( [@attributes] => Array ( [ValidYN] => Y ) [LastName] => Satish Kumar [ForeName] => Lakshmi [Initials] => L [AffiliationInfo] => SimpleXMLElement Object ( [Affiliation] => Bahrain Defence Force Hospital, Bahrain. Electronic address: lakshitha_lakshmi@yahoo.com. ) ) [1] => SimpleXMLElement Object ( [@attributes] => Array ( [ValidYN] => Y ) [LastName] => Kaundinya [ForeName] => Kiran B [Initials] => KB [AffiliationInfo] => SimpleXMLElement Object ( [Affiliation] => Bahrain Defence Force Hospital, Bahrain. 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[3] => The majority of patients rated the severity of each of the 5 following GIO-specific symptoms as moderate to severe (rating of ≥5 on a 0 to 10 scale): "being unable to eat" (72%), "being unable to have a bowel movement" (65%), "abdominal discomfort" (62%), "stomach feeling full" (55%), and "abdominal cramping" (54%). The MDASI-GIO subscale Cronbach coefficient alpha values were 0.80-0.91, and intraclass correlations were 0.72-0.84. Correlations between MDASI-GIO subscales and global quality of life were -0.39 to -0.49 (P < 0.001 for all comparisons). GIO patients had significantly worse symptoms and higher interference than did non-GIO patients (all P < 0.05) with effect-size differences of ≥0.36, supporting known-group validity. [4] => The MDASI-GIO shows initial validity and reliability for assessing the severity of symptoms of patients with GIO and the interference of these symptoms in patients' daily functioning. ) ) [AuthorList] => SimpleXMLElement Object ( [@attributes] => Array ( [CompleteYN] => Y ) [Author] => Array ( [0] => SimpleXMLElement Object ( [@attributes] => Array ( [ValidYN] => Y ) [LastName] => Badgwell [ForeName] => Brian [Initials] => B [AffiliationInfo] => SimpleXMLElement Object ( [Affiliation] => *Department of Surgical Oncology, The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, Texas †Department of Symptom Research, The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, Texas. ) ) [1] => SimpleXMLElement Object ( [@attributes] => Array ( [ValidYN] => Y ) [LastName] => Williams [ForeName] => Loretta A [Initials] => LA ) [2] => SimpleXMLElement Object ( [@attributes] => Array ( [ValidYN] => Y ) [LastName] => Chen [ForeName] => Tsun Hsuan [Initials] => TH ) [3] => SimpleXMLElement Object ( [@attributes] => Array ( [ValidYN] => Y ) [LastName] => Cleeland [ForeName] => Charles [Initials] => C ) [4] => SimpleXMLElement Object ( [@attributes] => Array ( [ValidYN] => Y ) [LastName] => Mendoza [ForeName] => Tito [Initials] => T ) ) ) [Language] => eng [PublicationTypeList] => SimpleXMLElement Object ( [PublicationType] => Journal Article ) [ArticleDate] => SimpleXMLElement Object ( [@attributes] => Array ( [DateType] => Electronic ) [Year] => 2021 [Month] => 01 [Day] => 15 ) ) [MedlineJournalInfo] => SimpleXMLElement Object ( [Country] => United States [MedlineTA] => Ann Surg [NlmUniqueID] => 0372354 [ISSNLinking] => 0003-4932 ) [CitationSubset] => Array ( [0] => AIM [1] => IM ) ) [PubmedData] => SimpleXMLElement Object ( [History] => SimpleXMLElement Object ( [PubMedPubDate] => Array ( [0] => SimpleXMLElement Object ( [@attributes] => Array ( [PubStatus] => entrez ) [Year] => 2021 [Month] => 2 [Day] => 25 [Hour] => 13 [Minute] => 46 ) [1] => SimpleXMLElement Object ( [@attributes] => Array ( [PubStatus] => pubmed ) [Year] => 2021 [Month] => 2 [Day] => 26 [Hour] => 6 [Minute] => 0 ) [2] => SimpleXMLElement Object ( [@attributes] => Array ( [PubStatus] => medline ) [Year] => 2021 [Month] => 2 [Day] => 26 [Hour] => 6 [Minute] => 0 ) ) ) [PublicationStatus] => aheadofprint [ArticleIdList] => SimpleXMLElement Object ( [ArticleId] => Array ( [0] => 33630455 [1] => 10.1097/SLA.0000000000004752 ) ) ) ) [3] => SimpleXMLElement Object ( [MedlineCitation] => SimpleXMLElement Object ( [@attributes] => Array ( [Status] => Publisher [Owner] => NLM ) [PMID] => 33629907 [DateRevised] => SimpleXMLElement Object ( [Year] => 2021 [Month] => 02 [Day] => 25 ) [Article] => SimpleXMLElement Object ( [@attributes] => Array ( [PubModel] => Print ) [Journal] => SimpleXMLElement Object ( [ISSN] => 2052-286X [JournalIssue] => SimpleXMLElement Object ( [@attributes] => Array ( [CitedMedium] => Internet ) [Volume] => 27 [Issue] => 1 [PubDate] => SimpleXMLElement Object ( [Year] => 2021 [Month] => Feb [Day] => 02 ) ) [Title] => International journal of palliative nursing [ISOAbbreviation] => Int J Palliat Nurs ) [ArticleTitle] => Prognostic factors, symptoms and consequences of dehydration and dyselectrolytemia in patients with terminal stomach cancer. 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Patients with dyselectrolytaemia were more likely to: be admitted to the palliative care unit from the emergency department; experience cachexia and dehydration during hospitalisation and constipation at discharge; have a lower albumin level; and have a higher glucose level. Patients with dyselectrolytaemia also had a shorter duration of treatment and a 2.48 greater chance for death compared with those who did not have it. [4] => Knowledge of the adverse factors connected with dehydration and dyselectrolytaemia will allow health professionals to avoid dangerous clinical symptoms and prolong the life of those with terminal stomach cancer, as they might be able to foresee the occurrence of these conditions based on the medication the patient has been taking and symptoms they have been experiencing. 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Regardless of the protocols and the forms of drug applied in active pharmaceutical ingredient powder or formulation, dissolution profiles of pioglitazone after fluid shift were similar and the final concentrations in FaSSIF were approximately equal to the saturation solubility in FaSSIF, supporting its small intrasubject variance in human BE study. In contrast, dissolved concentration of terbinafine in the SIFC system became less than half in the high gastric pH protocol than that in other protocols, suggesting the fluctuation of gastric pH as one of the factors of high intrasubject variance of terbinafine in human. Plasma exposure of telmisartan was highly variable especially at the high dose. 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[ELocationID] => 10.1111/ajco.13563 [Abstract] => SimpleXMLElement Object ( [AbstractText] => Array ( [0] => Gastric cancer (GC), the leading cause of cancer mortality, is the third most common cancer in Iran. To our knowledge, there have been few accurate estimates on the burden of GC in Iran. Therefore, as part of the Global Burden of Diseases Study 2017 (GBD 2017), we aimed to study and illustrate the burden of GC and to compare rates by sex and age groups at the national level in Iran from 1990 to 2017. [1] => We extracted data related to the 1990-2017 period from the GBD study. To report the burden of GC, we used disability adjusted life years (DALYs), mortality, incidence, and prevalence rates in different sex and age groups in Iran during the 1990-2017 period. Decomposition analysis was also performed to evaluate the roots change in incident cases. [2] => At a national level, the age-standardized prevalence rate (ASPR), age-standardized incidence rate (ASIR), age-standardized mortality rate (ASMR), and age-standardized DALYs rate (ASDR) in 2017 were 22.9 (95% uncertainty interval [UI]: 22.1-23.9), 14.6 (14.1-15.2), 14.9 (14.4-15.4), and 296.8 (286.3-308.7) per 100,000 population, respectively. Over the 1990-2017 period, the average annual percent changes in all of the studied age-standardized rates were negative. Moreover, the male to female sex ratios of all estimates were greater than one. The incidence rate, prevalence rate, and mortality rate slowly began to increase at the age of 50 and reached its highest level among people aged 80 years and over. [3] => The GC age-standardized rates revealed a downward trend from 1990 to 2017. The current study provides comprehensive knowledge about the GC burden in Iran. Therefore, it can help the appropriate allocation of resources for GC to expand preventive programs by reducing exposure to risk factors and Helicobacter pylori infection and by recommending increased consumption of fruits and vegetables. 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