International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)

International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)
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Case Studies | Cancer Science | India | Volume 13 Issue 1, January 2024 | Rating: 5.4 / 10

A Common Retrospective Clinical Case Reports in 20 Post-Operative Oral Cancer Patients at Madras Medical Hospital, Tamil Nadu, Zemabawk Cancer and Research Hospital, Mizoram and Trinity Hospital, Mizoram from 2019-2023: A Retrospective Reports

Dr. Christina Lalruatdiki Hangzo [2]

Abstract: Objective: Instead of searching different journals, using other references we had complied all clinical common reports in one single article from 2019-2023 which can be easily access and we hope this article will be another contribution in the field of Oncology. Method: patient we observed had undergone complete surgical jaw resection, Wide local excision followed by immediate reconstruction using Pectoralis major muscle flap, Radial forearm flap and Nasolabial flap. Some of the patients who had undergone Jaw resection and Wide local excision with reconstructions had spasms of muscles of mastications, some had tmj problem and some had osteoradionecrosis of jaw bone and using clinical parameters a case report was made with a figure table. Results: Most patients who had undergone post-operative radiation therapy had oral mucositis. One Patient who underwent tongue resection lost his life 2 days after post-operation with a reason unknown. One patient reported with a brain malignancies after 7 months of post-op where the exact primary site of origin was unknown and remains unknown whether the lesion reoccur due to the previous oral surgery. Conclusions: Cancer still needs more studies as even those without any habits (alcohol, smoking, etc) are getting cancer and seems to be clearly a genetic in some cases.

Keywords: Verrucous carcinoma, squamous cell carcinoma, osteoradionecrosis, mastications, mucocitis, nasolabial, metastasis

Edition: Volume 13 Issue 1, January 2024,

Pages: 222 - 224

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