aerodigestive


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aerodigestive

(ār'ō-dī-jes'tiv),
Denoting that part of the respiratory and digestive tracts that course in common through the pharyngeal and cervical regions.
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Immunohistochemical study of basaloid squamous cell carcinoma, adenoid cystic and mucoepidermoid carcinoma in the upper aerodigestive tract.
OBSERVATIONS AND RESULTS: A total of 121 patients presented with a foreign body in aerodigestive tract in the department of ENT, Andhra medical college, Visakhapatnam.
NUT midline carcinomas of the upper aerodigestive tract are rare, aggressive tumors that often present with mass-related symptoms and are typically at an advanced stage at the time of diagnosis.
Studies have shown that it can take up to 41 days for a foreign body to migrate through the skin from the aerodigestive tract.
MUC4 expression is seen in many normal epithelia, including stratified squamous mucosa of the oral cavity and upper aerodigestive tract, major and minor salivary gland acini and ductal epithelium, lacrimal gland, larynx and trachea, lung, stomach, intestine, uterus, cervix, mammary gland, ovary, kidney, ependymal epithelium of the brain, and corneal and conjunctival epithelium.
Extraluminal perforation complicating foreign bodies in the upper aerodigestive tract.
The etiology for dysphagia included carcinoma esophagus (11), carcinoma larynx (10), carcinoma hypopharynx (08), cerebrovascular accident (05), esophageal candidiasis (03), stricture (02), oral malignancy (02); TB of upper aerodigestive tract (02), esophageal web (02), drug induced esophageal ulcer (01), extrinsic compression (01), scleroderma (01), achalasia cardia (01) and myasthenia gravis (01).
Mucous membrane melanomas of the upper aerodigestive tract: an analysis of 34 cases [in German J.
Efforts to control the progression of upper aerodigestive hyperkeratosis and dysplasia with medication have been ineffective.
Frequency of esophageal foreign bodies and their site of impaction in patients presenting with foreign body aerodigestive tract.
HSCT is frequently complicated by graft versus host disease and also increases the risk of solid tumors, particularly upper aerodigestive tract squamous cell carcinomas.
However, about 60% of mucosal melanomas arise in the upper aerodigestive tract, with sinonasal tract accounting for 66%, oral cavity about 25%, and the remaining in the nasopharynx, oropharynx, and larynx; mucosal melanoma represents about 4% of all sinonasal malignancies.