This study focuses on the importance of early diagnosis in the oncological resolution of neoplasia of the cervico-facial district. In a sample of 206 patients suffering from neoplasia of the cervico-facial district, the authors found a greater incidence of pathology between the 6th and 7th decades of life, a finding that confirms the enhancement of etiopathogenetic factors over time. The oral cavity represents the site predominantly affected by this neoplasia with an incidence of 57.3%. Epidermoid carcinoma represents 61.7% of the histological types examined. The treatment protocol used in 167 patients depending on the clinical stage and the general conditions of the patient was as follows: multimodal in patients at stage 3 and 4 with a minimum survival rate at 12 months of 75% and 58% respectively, predominantly surgical in patients at stage 1 and 2 with a survival rate of 94.4 and 89.7% respectively.
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|Titolo:||[A statistical study of 206 patients suffering from malignant neoplasms of the cervicofacial area].|
|Data di pubblicazione:||1997|
|Appartiene alla tipologia:||01a Articolo in rivista|