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:: View This Issue in Alternative Language Export Journal XML Articles RSS Volume 11, Issue 2 (Iranian Quarterly Journal of Breast Disease 2018) ::
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Iranian Quarterly Journal of Breast Disease

 Orginal Article
XML Prevalence of Port-Related Infections and Their Predisposing Factors in Women with Breast Cancer under Chemotherapy P. 7-15
Persian Abstract Mahdi Khanbabayi Gol , Nafiseh Arefi , Marzieh Jafari , Haleh Farzin , Davood Aghamohammadi
Abstract (1497 Views)   |   چکیده  |   Full-Text (PDF) (1767 Downloads)     |   Highlights
Port-related infection in patients whit breast cancer can compromise the treatment process. Therefore, achieving better treatment outcomes requires considering the duration of port implantation and use, as well as paying attention to the clinical symptoms of infection and the underlying factors.

XML The Study of Relationship Between Epstein - Barr virus and Breast Cancer in Isfahan Province P. 16-24
Persian Abstract Zahra Salahshor , Hesam Hejazi , Faranak Hadi , Zahra Saeedi
Abstract (1497 Views)   |   چکیده  |   Full-Text (PDF) (313 Downloads)     |   Highlights
The presence of EBV gene in a significant subset of women with breast cancer in Isfahan province shows EBVcan be one of the reasons for breast cancer, but more studies are needed to demonstrate the relationship between the virus and breast cancer.
XML Comparison of Patient Satisfaction and Body Image after “Breast Conserving Surgery” and “Immediate Breast Reconstruction with Prosthesis after Mastectomy” P. 25-35
Persian Abstract Asiie Olfatbakhsh , Ahmad Kaviani , Shahpar Haghighat , Esmat Hashemi , Hoda Tafazzoli Harandi , Fatemeh Sari
Abstract (1977 Views)   |   چکیده  |   Full-Text (PDF) (774 Downloads)     |   Highlights
Breast Conserving Surgery and Mastectomy with reconstruction by prosthesis were not significantly different in term of Body Image, but the satisfaction of surgery was worse in reconstruction group. The preferred option for breast cancer surgery is breast conservation if there are no contraindications. However reconstruction should be offered to patients for better body image and satisfaction.

XML Relationship of Patience and Self- Compassion with Depression in Patients with Breast Cancer P. 36-45
Persian Abstract Sheida Sharifi Saki , Ahmad Alipour , Ali Reza AghaYousefi , Mohammad Reza Mohammadi , Bagher Ghobari Bonab , Robab Anbiaee
Abstract (1799 Views)   |   چکیده  |   Full-Text (PDF) (855 Downloads)     |   Highlights
Patience enhances tolerance by developing resilience. On the other hand, self-compassion leads to higher emotional flexibility in dealing with cancer. Thus, it could be concluded that there is a relationship between self-compassion and depression in patients with breast cancer. Therefore, it is suggested that health professionals in hospitals should pay attention to enhancing patience and kindness in their interventions.
XML The Comparison of Sexual Satisfaction and Body Image between Women with Breast Cancer after Treatment and Healthy Women P. 46-55
Persian Abstract Ghorban Fathi Aghdam, Shahpar Haghighat , Sara Dorri , Najmeh Nazeri , Amene Ajorbandian
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If there is a team of psychologists or counselors in the treatment centers alongside the treatment team and simultaneously, considering the physical condition of the patients, their mental and psychological conditions regarding sexual satisfaction and body image are also considered, the quality of life can be considered. He raised these people and slightly crippled them.
XML Breast Cancer Screening Behavior Among Nurses in Kerman Teaching Hospitals and Its Relationship with the Health Beliefs Model Scales P. 56-65
Persian Abstract Marjan Mahmoudabadi , Arezoo Saeidifar , Hossein Safizade
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The present study showed a low rate of breast cancer screening in nurses and considering the relationship of these beliefs with self-efficacy and perceived barriers, it is recommended that training programs focus more on these two aspects.
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