LONG-TERM RESULTS OF BRONCHOPLASTIC SURGICAL INTERVENTIONS IN COMPARISON WITH PNEUMONECTOMIES IN LUNG CANCER

Yevgeniy Levchenko, Aleksandr Mikhnin, Stepan Yergnyan, Aleksey Barchuk, Leonid Gorokhov, Yevgeniy Slugin, Marina Grinkevich, Ye. Levchenko, R. Yurin
2017 Voprosi onkologii  
The analysis of long-term results of surgical treatment of 198 patients with non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC) I -III stages. Bronchoplasty (BP) interventions were performed in 99 cases, the control group comprised 99 patients after pneumonectomies (PE) corresponding to the main prognostic criteria for patients after BP interventions. A 1-year, 3-year and 5-year observed survival rates of patients were 87.7%, 56.2% and 44.6% after BP versus 82.8%, 54.6% and 35.9% after PE, respectively. A
more » ... espectively. A 1-year, 3-year and 5-year disease-free survival in the BP group was 87.9%, 64.2% and 52.3% versus 88.1%, 61.6% and 37.9% in the PE group. The median of overall and disease-free survival was 51.4 and 55.2 months in the BP group versus 46.2 and 41.0 months in the PE group, respectively.
doi:10.37469/0507-3758-2017-63-2-234-239 fatcat:dojiujkmvzbqlo5pbdclsyzziq