A comparison of five methods of measuring mammographic density: a case-control study mammographic density and breast cancer risk: a case-control study of six . Tobacco smoke exposure may be associated with increased breast cancer risk, although the evidence supporting the association is inconclusive we conducted a case-control study in delaware, incorporating detailed exposure assessment for active and secondhand smoke at home and in the workplace . Risk factors in female breast cancer pak armed forces med j 2015 65(3):391-96 391 a case control study of risk factors associated with female. Bmi, reproductive factors, and breast cancer molecular subtypes: a case-control study and meta-analysis author links open overlay panel hui li a xuezheng sun b erline miller b qiong wang a c ping tao d li liu e ying zhao a mengjie wang a yana qi a jiayuan li a.
52 the journal of lancaster general hospital • fall 2006 • vol 1 – no 2 “breast cancer: an illustrated case study” daleela g dodge, md and jennifer l kegel, md. A case-control study was conductedin los angeles county,ca, of 75 male breast cancer cases aged 20â€”74yr at diagnosis to investigate the role of a number of suspected risk factors. The aim of this study was to investigate possible association of breast cancer occurrence in women with their breastfeeding experience a matched case-control study was conducted in kragujevac .
The case group (191 women) consisted of patients with newly diagnosed first primary breast cancer, which was histologically confirmed the control group (191 women), individually matched by age (± 2 years), hospital admittance and place of residence (rural/urban) to the respective cases, was selected from female patients admitted for other . When the studies that gathered information retrospectively (case-control studies) were looked at together, there were about 39,000 women with breast cancer (the cases) that were compared to about 48,000 women who hadn’t had breast cancer (the controls). To evaluate the associations of oral contraceptive use, alcohol consumption, and other factors with the risk of breast cancer to examine certain aspects of case-control study methodology by obtaining interviews on hospital and community controls in the same study this case-control study was .
We conducted a nationwide case–control study of the association between antipsychotic use and incident breast cancer methods from the danish cancer registry, we identified women with a first‐time diagnosis of breast cancer 2000–2015 ( n = 60 360). Explain the importance of using specific diagnostic criteria and explicit case definitions in case-control studies case-control study of breast cancer was . Given that questions in the lay media have been raised about breast cancer risk and bra wearing, we evaluated relationships between various aspects of bra wearing and breast cancer risk among postmenopausal women enrolled in a population-based case–control study. This population-based case-control study was conducted from 2000-2003 in two major cities in poland, warsaw and lodz, and enrolled 2,386 breast cancer cases and 2,798 age and site matched controls. To determine whether breast cancer risk and detection are similar for automated and clinical bi-rads density measures design: a case–control study.
Digital mammographic density and breast cancer risk: a case–control study of six alternative density assessment methods. Objective : to investigate the strength of association between past life events and the development of breast cancer design : case-control study a standardised life events interview and rating was administered before a definitive diagnosis. We conducted a case-control study using malignant breast tissue samples from women with a diagnosis of breast cancer as cases, and nonmalignant breast tissue from women with no history of breast cancer as controls, and examined the association of breast cancer status with presence of retrotranscribed blv dna in mammary epithelium as a biomarker . Objectives: this study aimed at evaluating the serum levels of both elements in women with breast cancer (bc) compared with control group and the correlation of them with risk factors of bc methods: in a case-control study, 142 women with bc and 158 healthy controls, aged 19 to 88 years, were selected.
We conducted a population-based case–control study of breast cancer in the seattle–puget sound metropolitan area that compared 454 invasive ductal carcinoma (idc . We report a population-based case-control study on risk factors for male breast cancer data on a broad range of previously suggested risk factors were collected in a set of scandinavian breast cancer cases and matched controls. This is a community-based case-control study in germany and finland cases will be identified from cancer registries, tumor centers and breast centers matched controls will be accrued from the same region as the case came from breast cancer cases and their controls are women under 50 years of age .