oral cavity cancer


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oral cavity cancer

Squamous cell carcinoma of the mouth or tongue. Oral cavity cancers are only rarely caused by salivary gland tumors or sarcomas.
See also: cancer
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Similar to oral cavity cancer, most OPCs originate in squamous cell tissue.
In additional unadjusted regression analyses, GNI was a significant predictor of oral cavity cancer incidence rates for male (p=0.
Although the study showed no racial disparity in oral cavity cancer survival among patients with higher socioeconomic status, the findings imply that primary care physicians "are going to be the gatekeepers.
GlobalData, the industry analysis specialist, has released its new report, Lip and Oral Cavity Cancer Therapeutics - Pipeline Assessment and Market Forecasts to 2018.
Pretreatment circulating monocyte count associated with poor prognosis in patients with oral cavity cancer.
Risk factors for wound infection after surgery in primary oral cavity cancer patients.
It comprised patients with T1and T2 oral cavity cancer with clinically and radiologically negative neck.
An Epidemiological Study of 202 Cases of Oral Cavity Cancer (OCC) in Pakistani Subjects Biomedica Jan -Jun 1998; 14: 27-31.
Oral cavity cancer includes cancer of the lip, tongue, gum, floor of the mouth, salivary glands and palate; while pharyngeal cancer includes cancers of the oropharynx, nasopharynx and hypopharynx.
The likelihood that a cat will be afflicted with advanced oral cavity cancer may possibly be reduced by eliminating its exposure to second-hand smoke and, of course, by making sure it has routine and very thorough examinations of its teeth and entire oral cavity.
com/research/af6e73/lip_and_oral_cavit) has announced the addition of GlobalData 's new report "Lip and Oral Cavity Cancer Global Clinical Trials Review, Q2, 2011" to their offering.
The single most important factor affecting prognosis for patients of oral cavity cancer is the stage of the disease at the time of initial diagnosis and treatment.