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1) Patients with a history of oral cancer have a 20-fold increased risk of a recurrence in the oral cavity or of developing cancer in the surrounding areas, such as the larynx, esophagus, and lungs, underscoring the necessity of adequate follow-up in these patients.
A simplified working classification for the soft tissue swellings of oral cavity.
A wide array of both benign and malignant spindle cell lesions can occasionally manifest in oral cavity and present a diagnostic challenge to oral pathologists owing to overlapping histopathological findings.
The most recognized variant followed by solid leiomyomas in the oral cavity is vascular or angiomyoma.
Incidence of lesions of oral cavity in our institute during January 2014 to June 2015 was 4.
Most common site of occurrence of head and neck tumors is oral cavity (64.
Recent studies have shown that there is a role of carcinogenic viruses like Human Papilloma virus and chronic irritation caused by continuous trauma from misdirected tooth or jagged tooth in causation of squamous cell carcinoma of the oral cavity.
In 1989 year, the bacterium was cultured from the material obtained from the oral cavity [17].
Mutans from the oral cavity but these are the ways to help control it.
The location from where the cells in the oral cavity are extracted has significance for the quality of the stem cells about to be cultivated.
The International Classification of Diseases (10th revision ) (ICD-10) categorises cancer of lip, oral cavity and pharynx (C00-C14) and larynx (C32) amongst the top 10 malignancies globally.
Based on preliminary data as well as previously published work, I hypothesise that 1) the oral cavity acts as a reservoir of microbes which continuously seed the gut and that 2) specific aberrations of the microbiota along the gastrointestinal tract (GIT) are linked to the development of colorectal cancer (CRC) and oral cancer (OC).