Oropharyngeal Cancer: An Update on Diagnosis, Treatment, and the Impact of Treatment on Oral Functions

@article{Czreninski2005OropharyngealCA,
  title={Oropharyngeal Cancer: An Update on Diagnosis, Treatment, and the Impact of Treatment on Oral Functions},
  author={Rakefet Czreninski and I. Kaplan},
  journal={Topics in Clinical Nutrition},
  year={2005},
  volume={20},
  pages={229–242}
}
This review presents updated concepts of the etiology, epidemiology, clinical presentation, diagnosis, and treatment of oropharyngeal cancer, with special emphasis on the impact of cancer treatment on oral functions. Leukoplakia, lichen planus, tobacco, alcohol, and dietary habits are among the factors predisposing for oropharyngeal cancer. Radiotherapy and chemotherapy are associated with toxic effects such as mucositis, dysphagia, taste disturbances, hyposalivation, infections, and… Expand
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