Aim: To implement the HPV genotyping method of fresh head and neck cancer samples in our laboratory.
More than half of the patients recognized being chronic alcohol and tobacco users. Conclusions: The genotyping method was validated according to kit instructions. To get a general idea on the prevalence of HPV genotypes in head and neck cancer in our region we tested a very small number of samples. Ferlay J, Soerjomataram I squamous cell papilloma on tongue al.
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Squamous cell carcinoma survivor on the importance of the HPV vaccine
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Frequently, a mandible resection is required in order to obtain safe oncologic margins. The prognosis is good, with a higher overall survival rate than in other oral malignancies. Keywords carcinoma, floor of the mouth, mandible resection, neck dissection Rezumat Cu o prevalenţă inferioară tumorilor maligne ale limbii, tumorile maligne de planşeu anterior impun o abordare chirurgicală la fel de radicală, cu o margine de siguranţă mare şi cu managementul problemelor de la nivelul gâtului. Datorită localizării lor anterioare, sunt mai uşor de diagnosticat, iar pacientul se prezintă şi în stadii incipiente, nu doar în stadii tardive. Frecvent, este necesară rezecţia mandibulei, pentru a obţine margini de siguranţă oncologică.
Time trends in the prevalence of HPV in oropharyngeal squamous cell carcinomas in northern Spain Low human papillomavirus prevalence in head and neck cancer: results from two large case-control studies in high-incidence regions. Westra WH.
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