Anil Kamisetty

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Of 1290 consecutive patients treated between 1992 and 2011 for primary squamous cell carcinoma of the oral cavity at a regional centre, 750 had died by August 2013. About half of them (n=373) died in hospital, 113 (15%) in a hospice, 180 (24%) at home, 57 (8%) in a care home, and 22 (3%) elsewhere. Cancer was the underlying cause of death in 64%, and of(More)
INTRODUCTION The aim of this study was to report rates, associated factors and outcomes of submandibular gland obstruction following surgery for squamous cell carcinoma in the anterior floor of the mouth (FOM) or ventral tongue without a neck dissection where resection has involved (or has been in very close proximity to) the submandibular duct. METHODS A(More)
Information about place and time of death can help patients, carers, general medical practitioners, and multi-professional teams to put palliation for oral cancer into context, particularly the aspirations of patients about where they die. Aintree Regional Maxillofacial Unit treated 487 consecutive patients for primary oral squamous cell carcinoma between(More)
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