Sarcomas of the head and neck. Prognostic factors and treatment strategies.

@article{Tran1992SarcomasOT,
  title={Sarcomas of the head and neck. Prognostic factors and treatment strategies.},
  author={Linhbao Tran and Regina Mark and R{\'e}my F Meier and Thomas C. Calcaterra and Robert G. Parker},
  journal={Cancer},
  year={1992},
  volume={70 1},
  pages={169-77}
}
The authors reviewed 164 cases of head and neck sarcoma from adult patients seen at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), between 1955 and 1988. The median follow-up was 70 months. Multivariate analysis demonstrated that tumor grade, size, and surgical margin status were the most important independent prognostic factors. Thirty-one percent (27 of 85) of patients with high-grade lesions were free of disease versus 81% (44 of 55) with low-grade lesions at last follow-up. Sixty-seven… CONTINUE READING

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