Oral Cancer Report from Northeastern Hungary

@article{Nemes2008OralCR,
  title={Oral Cancer Report from Northeastern Hungary},
  author={Judit A. Nemes and P{\'a}l Redl and R{\'o}bert Boda and Csongor Kiss and Ildik{\'o} M{\'a}rton},
  journal={Pathology \& Oncology Research},
  year={2008},
  volume={14},
  pages={85-92}
}
In Hungary oral and pharyngeal cancers have been reported the fourth most common malignancy in males and the sixth for both sexes. The aim of the present study was to characterize oral squamous cell carcinoma (OSCC) patients in Northeastern Hungary. 119 randomly selected patients with OSCC were included in the study. Epidemiological data, clinicopathological parameters and the risk factors were registered. The most common sites of OSCC were the floor of the mouth (27.7%), the lip (26.9%) and… 

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