All publications of “Silvio Eduardo Bromberg”

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Tuberculosis axillary lymph node coexistent breast cancer in adjuvant treatment: case report

Silvio Eduardo Bromberg, Paulo Gustavo Tenório do Amaral

DOI: 10.1590/S1679-45082015RC2963

Coexistence of breast cancer and tuberculosis is rare. In most cases, involvement by tuberculosis occurs in axillary lymph nodes. We report a case of a 43-years-old patient who had undergone adenomastectomy and left sentinel lymph node biopsy due to a triple negative ductal carcinoma. At the end of adjuvant treatment, the patient had an atypical lymph node in the left axilla. Lymph node was excised, and after laboratory analysis, the diagnosis was ganglion tuberculosis. The patient underwent treatment for primary […]

Intraoperative radiotherapy as a protocol for the treatment of initial breast cancer

Silvio Eduardo Bromberg, Rodrigo de Morais Hanriot, Afonso Celso Pinto Nazário

DOI: 10.1590/S1679-45082013000400006

Objective:To report on preliminary outcomes of single-dose intraoperative radiotherapy for early-stage breast cancer based on local recurrence rates and complications.METHODS:Fifty postmenopausal women with

Treatment of breast cancer patients from a public healthcare system in a private center: costs of care for a pilot public-private partnership in oncology

Rafael Aliosha Kaliks, Lucíola de Barros Pontes, Cinthia Leite Frizzera Borges Bognar, Kelly Cristine Carvalho Santos, Sílvio Eduardo Bromberg, Paulo Gustavo Tenório do Amaral, [...]

DOI: 10.1590/S1679-45082013000200014

Objective:To describe the flow and costs associated with the diagnosis and treatment of patients with breast cancer who come from the public healthcare system and were treated at Hospital Israelita Albert Einstein.METHODS:Between August 2009, and December 2011, 51 patients referred by the Unified Public Healthcare System (SUS) had access to Hospital Israelita Albert Einstein for diagnostic radiology, medical oncology, radiotherapy, and oncologic/breast reconstruction surgery. The data were collected retrospectively from the hospital records, patient charts, pharmacy records, and from the […]