[The effect of primary tumor localization on radiotherapy for supraglottic and glottic cancer].

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In the group of 544 patients with squamous cell cancer of supraglottic and glottic larynx the effect of primary tumour localisation on the response to radiotherapy was analysed. There were 156 patients with glottic cancer T1-T3 N0-N2 and 388 patients with supraglottic cancer with T1-T4 N0-N3. The most common site of extralaryngeal involvement was piriform… (More)

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@article{Golen1998TheEO, title={[The effect of primary tumor localization on radiotherapy for supraglottic and glottic cancer].}, author={Mustafa Golen and Grazyna Trybalska and Grzegorz Namysłowski}, journal={Otolaryngologia polska = The Polish otolaryngology}, year={1998}, volume={52 1}, pages={45-51} }