J. Verbeek a. G.

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Hypopharyngeal carcinomas are usually diagnosed in stage 3 and 4 and, even when subjected to combined radiological and surgical therapy, have a very poor prognosis. An improvement in this lamentable therapeutic and diagnostic situation can be expected only from early detection. Therefore, for the detection of precancerous and early stages of hypopharyngeal(More)
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