The mortality rate for Ludwig’s angina appears to be decreased from previous historical accounts, with airway intervention remaining a significant part of management.
Literature Reviews » Head and Neck
Safety-net hospital treatment, socioeconomic status, Hispanic ethnicity, and non-Hispanic black race were associated with decreased
follow-up service utilization for cancer patients.
As technology and training standards evolve, 3D printing is emerging as a key technology in patient care in Oto-HNS.
Despite the rising oral tongue squamous cell carcinoma incidences in young patients, they have improved survival rates compared to older patients.
Enhanced mucosal contact appears critical in improving curcumin release and absorption.
Regular nonsteroidal anti- inflammatory drugs use likely confers a statistically and clinically significant advantage disease-specific survival overall survival in patients with head and neck squamous cell carcinoma.
The advantages of TORS for early stage OPSCC may be a lower likelihood of postsurgical positive margins and subsequent need for adjuvant chemoradiotherapy.