Nasopharyngeal carcinoma in Indonesia: epidemiology, incidence, signs, and symptoms at presentation

@inproceedings{Adham2012NasopharyngealCI,
  title={Nasopharyngeal carcinoma in Indonesia: epidemiology, incidence, signs, and symptoms at presentation},
  author={Marlinda Adham and Antonius Nikolas Kurniawan and Arina Ika Muhtadi and Averdi Roezin and Bambang Hermani and Soehartati Argadikoesoema Gondhowiardjo and Ing Bing Tan and Jaap M Middeldorp},
  booktitle={Chinese journal of cancer},
  year={2012}
}
Among all head and neck (H&N) cancers, nasopharyngeal carcinoma (NPC) represents a distinct entity regarding epidemiology, clinical presentation, biological markers, carcinogenic risk factors, and prognostic factors. NPC is endemic in certain regions of the world, especially in Southeast Asia, and has a poor prognosis. In Indonesia, the recorded mean prevalence is 6.2/100 000, with 13 000 yearly new NPC cases, but otherwise little is documented on NPC in Indonesia. Here, we report on a group of… CONTINUE READING

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