Long-Term Surgical Complications in the Oral Cancer Patient: a Comprehensive Review. Part I

@inproceedings{Kolokythas2010LongTermSC,
  title={Long-Term Surgical Complications in the Oral Cancer Patient: a Comprehensive Review. Part I},
  author={Antonia Kolokythas},
  booktitle={Journal of oral & maxillofacial research},
  year={2010}
}
OBJECTIVES Oral and oropharyngeal cancer remains among the top ten most common malignancies in the United States and worldwide. Over the last several decades the approach to treatment of oral cancer has changed very little with regards to primary tumour extirpation while the approach to the "at risk" lymph nodes has evolved significantly. Perhaps the most significant change in the surgical treatment of cancer is the introduction of free flap for reconstruction post resection. Despite these… CONTINUE READING

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