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Original Article 

Cervical Lymph Node Metastatic Factors in the Preoperative Diagnosis of Oral Squamous Cell Carcinoma

Yuudai Kondo, Yuri Tagawa, Tomohiro Tamura, Kenta Noumi, Kouji Yamamoto, Takeshi Kaneuji, Yuusaku Suehiro and Yoshihiro Yamashita

Abstract

The cervical lymph node (N) status is an important determinant of the prognosis of oral squamous cell carcinoma (SCC). The treatment strategy administered with regard to the N status of a patient greatly affects prognosis. However, it is difficult to completely diagnose the N status preoperatively and the development of secondary cervical lymph node metastasis. In this study, we aimed to analyze whether it was possible in the preoperative clinical diagnosis to determine the presence or absence of cervical metastatic extension.

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Clinical Image 

Different High-Resolution Simulations of Medical, Medicinal, Clinical, Pharmaceutical and Therapeutics Oncology of Human Breast Cancer Translational Nano Drugs Delivery Treatment Process under Synchrotron and X-Ray Radiations

Alireza Heidari

Abstract

In the current image article, we present different high-resolution simulations of medical, medicinal, clinical, pharmaceutical and therapeutics oncology of human breast cancer translational Nano drugs delivery treatment process under synchrotron and X-Ray radiations.

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Retrospective Analysis of Clinical Data 

Pre-Operative Simultaneous Fractionated Cisplatin and Radiation Therapy in the Treatment of Advanced Stage III and IV Squamous Cell Carcinoma of the Base of Tongue and Hypopharynx

Jessica Tyrrell, Michael Davis and Gus J Slotman

Abstract

The role of multi-modality pre-operative treatment of advanced, resectable squamous cell carcinoma of the head and neck is not standardized. Low-dose, fractionated cisplatin with simultaneous radiation therapy is one therapeutic approach.

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Mini Review 

Human Papillomavirus & its Role in Oral Cavity Cancers: Pathogenesis, Transmission and Prognosis

Ganesh Ramalinggam, Rohaizam Jaafar and Irfan Mohamad

Abstract

Oral cancers are in a rising trends nowadays. In Asia, it is among the most common cancers that carry significantly high morbidity and mortality. A steady rise in incidence in oral cavity cancers especially among young males with no history of tobacco or alcohol use has given rise to a new risk factor, the human papillomavirus (HPV).

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