Mary Nalbadian

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Between 1992 and 1998, 547 patients (pts) with laryngeal SCC were diagnosed and treated in our department, 145 (27%) of whom presented with glottic tumors T1N0M0 (125 T1a and 20 T1b). Seventy-eight (54%) were treated surgically with cordectomy and 67 (46%) with radiotherapy. After a median follow-up time of 43 months, 22 (15.2%) of the 145 pts presented(More)
The aim of this study is to estimate the quality of life postlaryngectomy. A questionnaire was used. Fifty-six patients were enrolled answering 26 questions. The mean age was 60.2 (40–76) years and median post-treatment time 43 (7–120) months. The most frequent complaints of the patients were increased bronchial discharge (66%) and reduced olfactory(More)
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