Reliability of clinical and biochemical indices in patients with breast cancer associated with pregnancy in the preand postoperative period


  • Corneliu URECHE Hospital "Repromed+"



reast cancer associated with pregnancy, reliability, clinical and biochemical indices, preand postoperative period, surgical treatment


Breast cancer has an annual increasing trend. About 1.5 million women get breast cancer every year in the world. The proportion of breast cancer in women during the fertile period, as well as pregnancy-associated mammary gland cancer (CGMaS), also increases [1-4]. The pathology is associated and requires a multidisciplinary approach (obstetrics, surgery, oncology, etc.). Clinical and biochemical indicators of a specific somato-functional status require to be studied and to record its particularities. A study issue will also be the changes in metabolism in patients with CGMaS and gestosis.

Author Biography

Corneliu URECHE, Hospital "Repromed+"

Doctor of Medical Sciences


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