Results of evaluation of the average indexes of quality of life in patients with infiltrating cervical cancer

August 10, 2016
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In the study we evaluated the quality of life in patients with cervical infiltrating cancer before surgical treatment and for a year thereafter. The data of questionnaire showed more significant improvement of the studied characteristics of the quality of life (physical, physical role, social and emotional role functioning, the intensity of pain, vitality and mental health, as well as the general state) of patient after the nervesparing radical hysterectomy compared with a radical hysterectomy type III without saving elements of the pelvic autonomic nerve plexus.