hormonotherapy

hormonotherapy

 [hor-mo″no-ther´ah-pe]
treatment by the use of hormones; endocrinotherapy.

hor·mo·no·ther·a·py

(hōr'mō-nō-thār'ă-pē),
Treatment with hormones.

hormonotherapy

(hor?mo-no-ther'a-pe)
The therapeutic use of hormones.
Synonym: cytotherapy (1); endocrinotherapy; glandular therapy; organotherapy.
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After surgery, 10 patients received adjuvant chemotherapy, 12 patients received radiotherapy, 14 patients received hormonotherapy. Patients were followed up every 6 months for the first 3 years, then with annual controls.
The main categories were identity, history, clinical information, reproductive functions, histologic diagnosis, surgical treatment, postoperative pathology, chemotherapy, radiotherapy, hormonotherapy and follow-up.
Treatment of breast cancer is a combination of treatment, which can be broadly divided into local treatment (surgery, radiotherapy) and systemic treatment (chemotherapy, hormonotherapy).
PCa was detected in all 33 patients, 27 of whom had prostatectomy, and the remaining 6 began hormonotherapy. Of these 33 patients, 2 had a Gleason score of 4, 16 had a Gleason score of 6, 10 had a Gleason score of 7, 3 had a Gleason score of 8, and 2 had a Gleason score of 9.
erythroplakia on the Presented with right vocal cord was hoarseness for observed 1 month 8 77 M Chemotherapy Painless swelling for lung at the right adenocarcinoma parotid gland 6 months prior to parotid gland swelling 9 72 M Radical PET-CT scan prostatectomy revealed high 3 years ago, under 18-FDG uptake hormonotherapy at the nasopharynx.
However, 134 patients were excluded for the following reasons: (1) the patients had no histopathologically confirmed results ( n = 30); (2) the patients underwent prior treatment, including surgical therapies, irradiation, cryosurgery, or hormonotherapy ( n = 15); (3) previous biopsies were performed within 6 weeks before the MR examination ( n = 2); (4) DCE imaging was not performed in the patient due to renal dysfunction and/or unwillingness to undergo the procedure ( n = 84); and (5) the quality of the MRI images was poor due to movement artifacts, catheter artifacts, or the presence of hip implants ( n = 3).
She was administered eight cycles of neoadjuvant chemotherapy, and simple mastectomy was performed on the right breast followed by hormonotherapy. It is not known why the patient underwent mastectomy of only the right breast instead of a bilateral mastectomy at the other hospital.
All of the patients were discussed by the tumour board and 22 patients (48%) chose to receive post-mastectomy irradiation (3 patients with implant replacement) and 37 patients (72.5%) selected adjuvant hormonotherapy. As a policy, the majority of the patients who were treated with chest wall irradiation (n=19; 86%) received TE placement after preoperative systemic chemotherapy or before adjuvant chemotherapy to be replaced with permanent implants followed by radiotherapy (Table 1).
Half of the women (51%) had been treated with chemotherapy, radiotherapy, or hormonotherapy before undergoing prophylactic mastectomy.
Prospective multicentric studies are indubitably needed in this field at the same time that new standard therapies (docetaxel or abiraterone plus hormonotherapy) will make recruitment for local treatments more difficult.
88.9% of patients had received radiotherapy and 75.6% of patients had received hormonotherapy.