4 edition of Finnish Cancer Registry 1952-1977 found in the catalog.
Finnish Cancer Registry 1952-1977
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|Statement||E. Saxen and L. Teppo.|
|Contributions||Teppo, L., joint author.|
|LC Classifications||RC279.F5 S28|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||48 p. :|
|Number of Pages||48|
|LC Control Number||80500311|
The series of cutaneous melanoma compiled by the Finnish Cancer Registry, a total of cases covering all tumors diagnosed in Finland in –, was analysed. The age adjusted incidence was equal in both sexes (about /10 5 in the s). The risk more than doubled during the study period. According to the Finnish Cancer Registry, patients ( males) were diagnosed with pancreatic cancer (ICD = C25) from to Eighty nine patients (%) were recorded as having survived for at least five years. Histological diagnoses based on the original records were obtained from the Finnish Cancer Registry (table 1). Half of Cited by:
A total of workers employed for at least three months in two Finnish glass factories (cohorts A and B) were followed up for cancer in through the Finnish Cancer Registry. The present investigation is based on a follow-up of the Finnish part of the material for which the incidence of lung cancer cases was obtained from the Finnish Cancer Registry. The aim of this study is to assess, on the L. TENKANEN et al. individual level, the association between the combination of cardiac symptoms and smoking and Cited by: 3.
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Statistics and research. The Finnish Cancer Registry maintains the national registry of all the diagnosed cancer cases since It is also a statistical and epidemiological research institute that does active collaboration both nationally and internationally.
Finnish Cancer Registry. The Finnish Cancer Registry provides free and paid information products and services for use in research, and by experts, authorities and individuals. The Finnish Cancer Registry is a statistical and epidemiological research institute maintained by the Cancer Society of Finland.
The CSF also maintains the national cancer registry of Finnish Cancer Registry 1952-1977 book National Institute for Health and Welfare, which includes the breast cancer and cervical cancer mass-screening registry. The Finnish Cancer Registry’s research focuses on investigating registry-based causes and the burden of cancer in the Finnish population.
Relative survival rate among those with cancer five years after cancer detected. The figure is based on patients’ follow-up inwith the impact of other forms of mortality eliminated by comparing the survival rate of patients to the survival of the rest of the population of the same age.
The Cancer Society of Finland consists of 12 regional cancer societies and six national patient organisations. The CSF maintains the Finnish Cancer Registry. Cancer Foundation Finland is a charitable organisation and the main private funder of cancer research in the country.
Screening statistics. The interactive statistic application of the Finnish Cancer Registry allows you to browse the up to date screening statistics, present them in diagrams and tables and download the selected statistics on your own computer.
— An important characteristic of a cancer registry is a file of cancer patients identifiable through the names, personal identification numbers, etc. These patient files can be used in prospective cohort studies in which the cancer experience of a group of individuals exposed to a suspected carcinogen is assessed and compared with that of the Author: L.
Teppo. Using the Finnish Cancer Registry, we identified probands who had been diagnosed with cancer at Registry. The Finnish Cancer Registry has been recording cancer patients on a nationwide basis since and its coverage and accuracy-especially in the case of solid tumours-are virtually complete .
A recent comparison of the cancer register and a nationwide register including all hospital discharges during revealed that °„ of Cited by: Finnish Cancer Registry, Helsinki for identification of new family cancer syndromes and for elucidating risk of early-onset cancer in close relatives of cancer patients.
Methods: Using the. SaxOn E, Teppo L. Finnish Cancer Registry Twenty Years of a Nationwide Cancer Registry. Helsinki, Finnish Cancer Registry, RahuM, AareleidT. ViihkEestisICancerinEstonia. DiagrammidIDi- agrams. Cancer Society of Finland Publication No Helsinki, Estonian Cancer Registry and Finnish Cancer Registry, Cited by: A total of 16 cases of mandibular osteosarcoma were diagnosed histologically in Finland and reported to the Finnish Cancer Registry between and Review of the histologic slides confirmed the diagnosis in only nine cases.
The overall five-year survival rate was 44%.Cited by: The diagnosis of invasive cervical cancer was based on data from the Finnish Cancer Registry, which is a virtually complete database with regards to invasive disease.
8 We also obtained information on precancerous lesions from the Care Registers for Social Welfare and Health Care (formerly the Finnish Hospital Discharge Register (HDR)).Cited by: All cases of thyroid cancer diagnosed in Finland in ‐62 according to the Finnish Cancer Registry were re‐examined and re‐classified histologically.
All the carcinomas in which papillary structures were seen regardless of the presence of follicular or solid areas as well, and also the rare purely follicular tumors with so‐called Cited by: A total of workers employed for at least 3 months at a copper/nickel smelter and nickel refinery were followed up for cancer from to through the Finnish Cancer Registry.
There were male and 49 female workers, making a total of and person-years, by: The registry was established in as an initiative of the Cancer Society of Finland. Data on newly diagnosed cancer cases have been collected since The principal sources of information on cancer cases are physicians, hospitals, pathology laboratories, and death certificates from Statistics Finland.
This study deals with the vexed question of what groups in the general population run the risk of developing on information provided by the highly-regarded Finnish Cancer Registry, the survey considers the incidence of cancers affecting as many as 46 parts of the body and their links with occupational categories.
By adjusting the occupation-specific risk ratios for social. The authors suggest that these findings could reflect some differences in the health care practice between Finland and Estonia. REFERENCES 1. Sax E. and Teppo L. Finnish Cancer Registry Twenty-Five Years of a Nationwide Cancer Registry.
Finnish Cancer Registry, Helsinki, 2. WHO/IARC Expert Committee. Cancer by: Cancer in the Philippines Vol. 4 Part 1 presents an epidemiological profile of the major cancers in Metropolitan Manila and the province of Rizal for the period Data from the two population-based registries, the Department of Health-Rizal Cancer Registry (DOH-RCR) and the Philippine Cancer Society-Manila Cancer Registry (PCS-MCR), were.
Based on the data obtained from the Finnish Cancer Registry and other data, we estimate that this represents approximately 94% of all breast carcinoma cases diagnosed in the city during the time period. The time period – was chosen because it would allow a minimum of 10‐years of follow‐up for the patients still by: The Finnish Cancer Registry is a statistical and epidemiological research institution maintained by the Finnish Cancer Society.
Under the National Institute for Health and Welfare, the Cancer Society of Finland maintains a national register on incident cancers and also on breast and cervical cancer .A cohort of male and female workers of two anthophyllite mines in Finland was followed up through the Finnish Cancer Registry for cancer in