Aim: The aim of this work, investigating the skin, lung, and bone marrow-related cancer prevalence and biochemical serum parameters of all these cancer patients.
Materials and Methods: The skin, lung, and bone marrow cancer patient's biochemical serum data were examined retrospectively using a hospital information system.
Results: Basal cell carcinoma patients number were recorded as 155 with 63%, squamous cell carcinoma patients number were enrolled in73 with 30% and malign melanoma patients number were noted as 10 with 4%. Skin cancers were recorded to be the most seen cancer type in 246 patients with 22% between 2013-2017 years. All types of cancer patient's numbers were calculated as 1134 between these years. The very common incidences of basal cell carcinoma and squamous cell carcinoma cancers were observed on the upper part of the body, respectively on the face-cheek, nose, ear, eyelid, and lip. In this study, there was seen a statistically significant difference between skin cancer patient’s serum glucose, aspartate aminotransferase, alanine aminotransferase, sodium, bilirubin direct, bilirubin total, creatinine, urea level, and control group serum parameters level, p<0.05. The lung cancer patient numbers were recorded as 119 with 10.4 %, bone marrow patients numbers were enrolled in 113 with 10%. Two cancer groups were statistically different in terms of 5-years survival. Log Rank X2 = 8.68, p = 0.003, p<0.05.
Conclusions: We recorded that skin cancer types and regions on the upper parts of the body were more because of exposure to the sun. The lung cancer survival rate was lower than bone marrow cancer. Moreover, we strongly emphasized that measuring the biochemical serum parameters was statistically significant in the diagnosis of cancer patients.
Carcinoma, Malignant, Skin cancer, Lung, Incidence, Bone marrow