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《Practical Clinical Medicine》 2000-01
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Evaluation of Cervical Lymph Node Metastasis in Squamous Cell Carcinoma of Oral Before Operation

CHEN Linlin,ZHUO Xiayan,ZHOU Xiaojun (1.Hospital of Stomatology,Jiangxi Medical College,Nanchang 330006,China; 2.Department of Preventive Medicine,Jiangxi Medical college,Nahchang 330006,China)  
Objective: To improve the prognostic efficiency of the histologic assessment of the primary tumor in predicting metastasis in an individual patient.Methods.The relationship between selected clinical and histological features of the primary oral squamous cell carcinoma and actual metastatic status was investigated in 64 patients.The results were analyzed using the SAS statistical software.Results:The depth and the condition of the N before operation showed significant differences in relation to metastasis.TNM classification,pattern of growth,and the degree of lymphoid cell infiltration were not relative with metastasis.Conclusions:The depth and condition of N before the operation are important predictors.More attention should be paid to the examination in cervical lymph node before the operation.
【CateGory Index】: R739.8
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