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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Support Center Support Center. The 5-year OS rate was A significant relationship between anatomic zone and age was observed; involvement of the lips, gums, and other sites of the mucosa were detected in patients who were older than 60 years, whereas OSCC involving the tongue, the floor of the mouth, and the palate was detected in patients younger than 60 years. J Bras Patol Med Lab. After analysing the high mortality rates evidenced in this study and the published reports, it can be concluded that this is a serious disease because of the difficulties of access to adequate treatment, medical professionals often not able to make the appropriate initial diagnosis, and neglect of patients not seeking care but having habits that trigger the disease, corroborating with several surveys 10 – Clinical features and evolution of oral cancer: This difference could be attributed to the increased participation of women in risk factor behaviors, such as alcohol and tobacco consumption Analysis by type of treatment showed that 35 8.

This highlights the need for tobacco and alcohol consumption prevention programs and an early diagnosis of oral cancer, which could impact the prevalence and incidence of this neoplasm.


Prevalence trends of oral squamous cell carcinoma. Mexico City’s General Hospital experience

The predominant histological differentiation degree was MD in all anatomic zones. An year retrospective study. The highest prevalence by decade was in patients aged 50—59 years Definitive diagnosis of OSCC is obtained by histological analysis.

A study of cases in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Although oral SCC can develop in various areas of the oral cavity, its highest incidence is in the tongue. Nevertheless, many reports suggest that the early diagnosis of oral cancer, based on pre-malignancies leukoplakia or erythroplasia and pre-cancer condition dysplasia detection is effective for adequate treatment and improved prognosis 24 – In our population we observed a mean age of Demographic data, in addition to anatomic zone and histological degree of differentiation were obtained.

Prognostic factors in oral cancer.

A clinicopathological study Shubha P. These figures correspond to an estimated risk of Lip and Oral Cavity Carcinoma Search for additional papers on this topic.

Oral leukoplakia and malignant transformation.

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

Other factors as solar radiation exposure and viruses infections, including human papilloma virus HPV which are more specific of other SCC, respectively the lip and oropharynx 15 Information on T stage was not available for 59 Similar to previous findings 14 – 17the patients in our study were of mean age Observed facto in the service evaluated in this study. N Am J Med Sci. Early detection of oral cancer is the most effective means of reducing morbidity, complexity, and extent of treatment.

Therefore, it is not enough to treat the cancer, but it is also necessary to improve budal to health care for the population and raise awareness about the patoogia factors associated with this disease and related illnesses and train professionals to undertake the diagnosis right.


Hospital discharges for oral cancer in the Mexican Institute of Social Security, The annual estimated incidence is approximatelyoral cancers; two thirds of these cases occur in developing countries 4.

Prevalence trends of oral squamous cell carcinoma. Mexico City’s General Hospital experience

Of the patients, 86 Single institution 15 year experiences. HusseinMarco N. According to previous reports and our results, OSCC can be considered a public health problem.

A follow-up study of patients. From This Paper Figures, tables, and topics from this paper. BhatV BhatHarish S.

The classification of tumor differentiation degree is performed to provide some indication of their aggressiveness, which may then be related to prognosis or treatment 7822 Surgery and radiation therapy have shown favourable results in the treatment of early lesions, with outcomes depending on tumour location and functional changes caused by treatment.

The main risk factors for the development of SCC are the consumption of tabaco and alcohol and HPV infections, but only a fraction of these exposed people develop this neoplasia 5. The Emory University experience.

Open ;atologia a separate window. Low and middle income countries have proportionately higher cancer burdens than high income countries, but their health systems are unprepared to address this problem 2. Central tendency, dispersion and prevalence rate perindividuals were determined. The scarce epidemiology information on OSCC in our country makes it difficult to obtain a clear picture of the present situation.