Open Partial Horizontal Laryngectomies for T3–T4 Laryngeal Cancer: Prognostic Impact of Anterior vs. Posterior Laryngeal Compartmentalization

@inproceedings{Bon2019OpenPH,
  title={Open Partial Horizontal Laryngectomies for T3–T4 Laryngeal Cancer: Prognostic Impact of Anterior vs. Posterior Laryngeal Compartmentalization},
  author={Francesca Del Bon and Cesare Piazza and Davide Lancini and Alberto Paderno and Paolo Bosio and Stefano Taboni and R Morello and Nausica Montalto and Francesco Missale and Fabiola Incandela and Filippo Marchi and Marta Filauro and Alberto Deganello and Giorgio Peretti and P Nicolai},
  booktitle={Cancers},
  year={2019}
}
Open partial horizontal laryngectomies (OPHLs) are well-established and oncologically safe procedures for intermediate⁻advanced laryngeal cancers (LC). T⁻N categories are well-known prognosticators: herein we tested if "anterior" vs. "posterior" tumor location (as defined in respect to the paraglottic space divided according to a plane passing through the arytenoid vocal process, perpendicular to the ipsilateral thyroid lamina) may represent an additional prognostic factor. We analyzed a… CONTINUE READING

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