CLINICO - PATHOLOGICAL STUDY ON ORAL MALIGNANCY IN RGGGH

Dr. Balakrishnan, Dr. Senthil. v, Dr. A. S. Mokan Raj

Abstract


Oral malignancy is one of the commonest cancer in Asian countries

and India. Combined abuse of alcohol and tobacco is not additive in terms of the odds ratio but multiplicative and the causative agent smoking, quid of chewing pan are important causes, tobacco, betel nut, alcohol, human papilloma virus. Most common malignancy of the oral cavity is squamous cell carcinoma and second most is minor salivary gland tumours. The histopathologic grade of tumour is related to its biological behaviour. The main purpose of this study is to correlate all clinical parameters like gender, age, site, habit with different grade of squamous cell carcinoma and predict the tumour biology. Its observational study. An analysis of the incidence, predisposing factors, premalignant conditions, clinical features, type of growth, histological types, stage of presentation and treatment modalities carried out for oral cancers in our hospital. With the invent of Radio sensitisers and Radio protectors, the radiotherapy as a modality of treatment has to be considered as side effects are low. Role of adjuvant chemo and concomitant role of chemo & radiotherapy are effective for advanced oral malignancy. Government organizations will create awareness and help in prevention. Younger population is to be educated by mass media with a ban on advertisement of Tobacco, Alcohol and screening camps will also be useful.

 

 


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