A series of 237 cases of oesophageal carcinoma admitted to two thoracic units in Ceylon is analysed.Evidence suggestive of an aetiological link between betel chewing and high incidence of the tumour in Ceylon is presented. The sex incidence is unusual in that there is a preponderance of females in the series. A significant proportion of patients were women… (More)
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