Cho said vitamin A potentially helped the participants maintain healthy skin cells that protected them from squamous
cell skin cancer.
The researchers noted that increasing use of vitamin A supplements didn't appear to lower the risk of squamous
cell skin cancer.
A descriptive, cross-sectional method was adopted and the study was conducted in the histopathology department of Rehman Medical Institute, Peshawar, Pakistan, from January to June 2017, and comprised patients with Oesophageal squamous
We suggest a simple distinction between (1) HPV infection of proliferated reserve cells/ early immature metaplasia, and (2) HPV infection of mature squamous
metaplasia (Figures 1 and 2).
TABLE 1: AGE AND SITE DISTRIBUTION OF SQUAMOUS
CELL CARCINOMA OF THE TONGUE.
SCC is of unknown etiology, as the thyroid typically lacks squamous
 Among malignant tumours squamous
cell carcinomas were recorded higher in number, whereas premalignant leucoplakia were the common presentation the reason being high number of malignant cases.
Keywords: Human papillomavirus, Immunohistochemistry, Oral squamous
cell papilloma is a rarely observed benign lesion presenting with irritative urinary symptoms, generally identified in women over the age of 40 years (4).
As stated in Introduction, among head and neck cancers, reported cases of concomitant squamous
cell carcinoma and EPM are extremely rare, and this represents the first report of synchronous EPM and hypopharyngeal carcinoma.
There was only adenocarcinoma in lymph node metastases, and no squamous
component was found.
The subgroup analysis comparing the risk among kidney and heart transplant recipients showed the increased risk of squamous
cell carcinoma was significant among kidney transplant recipients but not among heart transplant recipients.