By A. Biörklund, J. Wennersberg (auth.), Prof. Dr. med. dent. H.-D. Pape, Prof. Dr. med. U. Ganzer, Prof. Dr. med. G. Schmitt (eds.)
In spite of serious boost made by means of ENT and maxillofacial surgeons in addition to radiotherapists to enhance remedy of melanoma of the oral hollow space and oropharynx, it has now not been attainable some time past four many years to elevate the probabilities of sufferer survival above 40%-45%. although, fresh stories with various blend remedies point out that greater effects will be anticipated sooner or later. during this quantity, the present prestige and result of healing reports are awarded via extraordinary clinicians within the 3 disciplines. The booklet presents up to date details and encourages interdisciplinary cooperation.
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Unfortunately, we have not succeeded in considerably increasing the survival rates of patients following resection of malignant tumors over the last 20 years, although tremendous efforts have been made to increase surgical radicality and employ various forms of chemotherapy or radiotherapy. However, we have made considerable progress in reconstructive measures by developing new techniques which enable extensive, radical tumor resection without permanent deformation of the patient. Adequate repair of defects produced by tumor resection in the face is possible only if the soft tissue involved, the supporting bony structures and also the function are fully restored.
The periorbit a is dissected laterally if uninvolved with the tumor. If limited periorbital invasion is found and in a relatively unaggressive tumor, it is probably safe in some cases to resect the periorbita and some adjacent periorbital fat, thereby preserving the globe. In cases of more extensive involvement, orbital exenteration is carried out. However, an important caveat must supervene: If doubt exists, resect the eye. A heroic attempt to save the eye, but risk the patient's life, is foolhardy.
1991b). The advantage of US is that with the addition of USguided FNAC, the specificity, too, can be improved (Baatenburg de Jong et al. 1989; van den Brekel et al. 1991b). Thus, US-guided FNAC was shown to have a sensitivity of 76% and a specificity of 100% (accuracy of 89%) in necks that were clinically negative by palpation alone (van den Brekel et al. 1991b). These results are an improvement on those reported in the literature for CT and MRI (van den Brekel et al. 1991a; Friedman et al. 1984; Friedman et al.
Carcinoma of the Oral Cavity and Oropharynx by A. Biörklund, J. Wennersberg (auth.), Prof. Dr. med. dent. H.-D. Pape, Prof. Dr. med. U. Ganzer, Prof. Dr. med. G. Schmitt (eds.)