Abstract: UNLABELLED: Oral Squamous Cell Carcinoma has a low survival rate, 34 to 66% five-year survival after initial diagnosis, due to late Cabrini RL, Medicina Oral, Patologia Oral y Cirugia Bucal [01 Sep , 13(9):E]. / . Sep 1, Clinical features and evolution of oral cancer: A study of cases in Brandizzi D(1), Gandolfo M, Velazco ML, Cabrini RL, Lanfranchi HE. Sep 28, Oral squamous cell carcinoma (SCC) is the most common type of cancer .. Brandizzi D, Gandolfo M, Velazco ML, Cabrini RL, Lanfranchi HE. Articles from Medicina Oral, Patología Oral y Cirugía Bucal are provided here.

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Tumour aggressiveness has been associated with several factors, including the histological grade of malignancy, lesion size, the presence of metastases present at diagnosis and the anatomical location of the tumour 9.

Median overall survival OS was 1. The predominant anatomic zone was the tongue Table 1 Clinical and demographic data. Global incidence of oral and oropharynx cancer in patients younger than 45 years versus older patients: A study of cases in Buenos Aires, Argentina. According to previous patologka and our results, OSCC can be considered a public health problem. Analysis of prognostic factors in patients with oral cavity primary cancer treated with definitive or adjuvant radiotherapy.

Table 1 continue Clinical and demographic data. According to our results, the prevalence of OSCC does not show important variations; however, a relationship between age and anatomic zone was observed.

hucal Open in a separate window. Evaluation of TNM classification showed that The relevant histological features include the loss of the basement membrane and disturbances in architectural and cytological epithelium features with invasion of the connective tissue 78. Global epidemiology of oral and oropharyngeal cancer. The detection of age and anatomic zone could be associated with pain or functional alteration in the affected anatomical zone.


Clinicopathological evaluation and survival of patients with squamous cell carcinoma of the tongue

Squamous cell carcinoma of the oral cavity: This retrospective, sectional study included patients histopathologically diagnosed with SCC of the tongue who were treated at Dr. A 20 years retrospective study. The self-examination done by the patient may also help in this early diagnosis 34. Received Feb 20; Accepted Jun J Oral Pathol Med.

Among patients with oral tumours, those with SCC of the tongue have the poorest survival rates 78. Early detection is the best way to ensure the survival of a cancer patient. Clinics Sao Paulo ; Sublingual Region Squamous cell carcinoma. Their mean age was References Publications referenced by this paper. Optimal therapy and survival from oral cancer depend on adequate diagnosis and assessment of the primary tumor and its clinical extent. Table 2 Univariate and proportionality assessment.

These factors can have a synergistic effect, with the incidence of oral SCC of the tongue being directly proportional to the amount and duration of exposure.

Late stage diagnosis of oral cancer negatively affects patient survival.

Clinicopathological evaluation and survival of patients with squamous cell carcinoma of the tongue

Low and middle income countries have proportionately higher cancer burdens than high income countries, but their health patolgoia are unprepared to address this problem 2. The most frequent histological degree was moderately differentiated in cases Factors related to survival from oral cancer in an Andalusian population sample Spain.

Petti S, Scully C. Clinical features and evolution of oral cancer: Recent advances in Oral Oncology Oral and patllogia malignancy: Based on anatomic zone, we observed that only the floor of mouth showed important differences in frequency with respect to gender.

In Mexico, previous reports indicated a male: A multicenter study of oral patopogia tumors from Thailand Kittipong DhanuthaiSomsri RojanawatsirivejAjiravudh SubarnbhesajWatcharaporn ThosapornSompid Kintarak Journal of oral and maxillofacial pathology….


At this stage, however, patients have few or no symptoms, with this absence contributing to delayed diagnosis and treatment Based on our results, only 33 patients were diagnosed with in situ carcinoma suggesting that a large portion of our sample buca medical attention in the invasive stages of the disease.

N Am J Med Sci. Comparing the above period to the to period, we observed a slight decrease in OSCC prevalence 0.

Mouth neoplasms, tongue neoplasms, carcinoma, squamous cell, survival analysis. Of the patients included in the study, Oral squamous cell carcinoma SCC is the most common type of cancer affecting the oral mucosal epithelium 3. The absence of lymph node metastases at diagnosis and smaller cabini size were predictive of better survival.

Clinical features and evolution of oral cancer: A study of cases in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

Material and Methods This observational, retrospective cross-sectional study evaluated patients with squamous cell carcinoma of the tongue treated at the Dr. A clinicopathological study Shubha P. The classification of tumor differentiation cabrihi is performed to provide some indication of their aggressiveness, which may then be related to prognosis or treatment 7822 For this reason the clinical signs are important for the early diagnosis, so any alteration in the oral cavity that persists for 15 days or more, seek a dental surgeon for evaluation.

Currently, cancer is one of the most common causes of morbidity and mortality. Tongue and tonsil carcinoma: An experimental model to demonstrate the carcinogenic action of oral chronic traumatic ulcer.