Background: Every year, there is an increase in malignancy cases in the world. In women, malignancy is the second most cause of death. Gynecologic malignancy can be found in all women reproductive tract, including cervix, ovary, uterus, vagina and vulva. Most women death from gynecologic malignancy occurred in developing countries, and this is due to lack of access for early detection and treatment. The study aims to report characteristic of patients referred from Obstetrics and Gynaecology Outpatient Clinic Mangusada Hospital, Badung from January 2016 â€“ December 2018.
Results: Total referred case were 451 gynaecology-oncology patients in obstetrics and gynaecology outpatient clinic Mangusada Hospital, Badung-Indonesia. Top three most referred case were cervical cancer, ovarian cyst with malignancy suspected and ovarian cancer. For Cervical cancer, most of the patients are in group age 41-50 years old (40,3%), in-stadium III (59,2%) and squamous cell type (71,7%). For ovarian cancer, most of the patients are in group age 41-50 years old (45,1%), in-stadium III (59,2%), and epithelial type cell (87,3%). For endometrial cancer, most of the patients are in group age 51-60 years old (53,9%), in-stadium III (46,1%) and adenocarcinoma cell type (100%).
Conclusion: The most common gynaecological referral cases are cervical cancer, suspicious malignant ovarian cysts, and ovarian cancer. All gynaecological cases referred to are suspected or diagnosed as gynaecological malignancies and require the handling of a gynaecology-oncology division and integrated oncology services.