Breast Cancer Patient

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Breast Cancer Patient by Mind Map: Breast Cancer Patient

1. Screening

1.1. Self

1.1.1. recognition of symptoms

1.1.1.1. manual self-screening

1.1.1.2. fatigue

1.1.1.3. weight loss

1.2. General Practitioner

1.2.1. Discussion of symptoms and transferral to Gyn

1.2.2. data recorded

1.2.2.1. demographic data

1.2.2.2. medical history

1.2.2.3. medication history

1.2.2.4. vital status

1.3. Gynaecologist

1.3.1. manual detection

1.3.2. mammography

1.3.3. laboratory

1.3.3.1. tumor markers

1.3.3.2. haematology

1.3.3.3. clinical chemistry

1.3.4. data recorded

1.3.4.1. demographic data

1.3.4.2. medical history

1.3.4.3. medication history

1.3.4.4. vital status

1.3.4.5. lab data

2. Treatment

2.1. Surgeon

2.1.1. surgery

2.1.1.1. mastectomy

2.1.1.2. breast-conserving surgery

2.1.2. data recorded

2.1.2.1. demographic data

2.1.2.2. medical history

2.1.2.3. medication history

2.1.2.4. vital status

2.1.2.5. lab data

2.1.2.6. surgery reports

2.2. Gyn-Oncology Specialist/Oncology Clinic

2.2.1. chemotherapy

2.2.2. palliative treatment in case of metastases

2.2.3. anti-hormonal therapy

2.2.4. potential inclusion into clinical studies

2.2.4.1. new methods of treatment

2.2.4.1.1. antibodies

2.2.4.1.2. immunotherapy

2.2.5. data recorded

2.2.5.1. demographic data

2.2.5.2. medical history

2.2.5.3. medication history

2.2.5.4. vital status

2.2.5.5. lab data

2.2.5.6. prescribed medication

2.2.5.7. ongoing patient file

2.2.5.8. if applicable: clinical study data (ICF, CRFs, etc.)

2.3. Radiologist

2.3.1. radiation therapy

2.3.2. radionuclide therapy for metastases

2.3.3. palliative treatment in case of metastases

2.3.4. data recorded

2.3.4.1. demographic data

2.3.4.2. radiological results

3. Diagnosis/Classification

3.1. Gyn-Oncology Specialist/Oncology Clinic

3.1.1. mamma biopsy

3.1.1.1. histological classification needed for treatment decisions

3.1.2. tumor staging

3.1.2.1. needed for treatment options

3.1.3. genetic classification

3.1.3.1. to assess susceptibility to chemotherapy

3.1.4. data recorded

3.1.4.1. demographic data

3.1.4.2. medical history

3.1.4.3. medication history

3.1.4.4. vital status

3.1.4.5. lab data

3.1.4.6. radiological results

3.1.4.7. prescribed medication

3.2. Radiologist

3.2.1. mammography

3.2.2. other imaging diagnostic tools (to further define treatment options)

3.2.2.1. ultrasound

3.2.2.2. MRI

3.2.2.3. PET

3.2.2.4. CT

3.2.3. data recorded

3.2.3.1. demographic data

3.2.3.2. radiological results

4. Post-Operative/Concomitant Care

4.1. Gyn-Oncology Specialist/Oncology Clinic

4.1.1. monitoring patients for adverse effects of therapy

4.1.2. data recorded

4.1.2.1. demographic data

4.1.2.2. medical history

4.1.2.3. medication history

4.1.2.4. vital status

4.1.2.5. lab data

4.1.2.6. prescribed medication

4.1.2.7. ongoing patient file

4.1.2.8. if applicable: clinical study data (ICF, CRFs, etc.)

4.2. Radiologist

4.2.1. ongoing assessments for potential recidivism

4.2.1.1. MRT

4.2.1.2. CT

4.2.1.3. PET

4.2.1.4. ultrasound

4.2.2. data recorded

4.2.2.1. demographic data

4.2.2.2. radiological results

4.3. Psycho-oncologist

4.3.1. psychological guidance/treatment of illness/treatment side-effects

4.3.1.1. psychotherapy

4.3.1.2. art therapy

4.3.1.3. occupational therapy

4.3.2. data recorded

4.3.2.1. demographic data

4.3.2.2. medical history

4.3.2.3. medication history

4.3.2.4. vital status

4.3.2.5. prescribed medication/nutrition

4.3.2.6. psychological assessments

4.3.2.7. prescribed psychological therapies

4.4. Dietitian

4.4.1. nutritional programme

4.4.1.1. countering weight loss

4.4.1.2. countering adverse effects of cancer therapy

4.4.1.3. retention of quality of life

4.4.2. data recorded

4.4.2.1. demographic data

4.4.2.2. medical history

4.4.2.3. medication history

4.4.2.4. vital status

4.4.2.5. lab data

4.4.2.6. prescribed medication/nutrition

4.4.2.7. ongoing patient file

4.5. Physiotherapist

4.5.1. physical therapy

4.5.1.1. retention and optimization of quality of life

4.5.1.2. countering fatigue

4.5.1.3. alleviation of pain

4.5.2. data recorded

4.5.2.1. demographic data

4.5.2.2. medical history

4.5.2.3. medication history

4.5.2.4. vital status

4.5.2.5. lab data

4.5.2.6. prescribed medication/nutrition/therapy

4.5.2.7. ongoing patient file

4.6. Social Environment (friends, family, oncology social workers)

4.6.1. motivation

4.6.2. entrustment of feelings

4.6.3. positive thinking

4.6.4. coping with problems

4.6.5. data recorded

4.6.5.1. as few as possible, possibly demographic data and medical history for OSWs