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長崎県における肺癌検診の現況と問題点


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Title: 長崎県における肺癌検診の現況と問題点
Other Titles: Current Status and Problems in Screening for Lung Cancer in Nagasaki Prefecture
Authors: 富田, 弘志 / 池田, 瑠美 / 長田, 智貴 / 早田, 宏 / 河野, 茂
Authors (alternative): Tomita, Hiroshi / Ikeda, Rumi / Osada, Tomotaka / Soda, Hiroshi / Kohno, Shigeru
Issue Date: 20-Apr-2010
Publisher: 日本肺癌学会 / The Japan Lung Cancer Society
Citation: 肺癌, 50(2), pp.194-200; 2010
Abstract: Objective. To clarify the current status and problems of screening for lung cancer in Nagasaki Prefecture. Methods. Study-1: The results of lung cancer mass screening by chest radiography and sputum cytology for 6 years between 2001 to 2006 were analyzed. Study-2: All municipalities in Nagasaki Prefecture received questionnaires entitled "Checklist for screening project evaluation" and "Investigation report", in order to evaluate the quality of lung cancer screening conducted in 2006. Results. Study-1: A total of 422,622 participants were screened during 6 years, and 308 patients with lung cancer were detected (detection rate 72.9/100,000). There were 156 (51%) clinical or pathological stage I cases among the 308 patients. Study-2: The participation rate was 20.1% for lung cancer screening conducted in 2006; the proportion of cases requiring detailed examination was 4.8%, and percentage of cases receiving detailed examination was 78.6%. The lung cancer detection rate was 0.08%, and the positive prediction value (PPV) was 1.7%. Satisfactory quality control of mass screening was not necessarily performed in each municipality. Conclusions. Controlling the quality of mass lung cancer screening and achieving a higher participation rate are necessary to realize a effective lung cancer screening. Officials responsible for lung cancer screening should assign mass screening to the appropriate institution with a view to high accuracy. It is also necessary for the screening agency to raise the detection rate of clinical stage I cases. Furthermore, it is necessary to increase understanding about the importance of quality control by informing the inhabitants of Nagasaki Prefecture about screening accuracy.
Description: The 24th Lung Cancer Mass Screening Seminar
Keywords: Chest radiography / Detection rate / Lung cancer / Quality control / Screening
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10069/27401
ISSN: 03869628
DOI: 10.2482/haigan.50.194
Rights: © 2010 The Japan Lung Cancer Society.
Type: Conference Paper
Text Version: publisher
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Citable URI : http://hdl.handle.net/10069/27401

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