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Although we found similar CK17 staining between cutaneous and aerodigestive tract bSCC, cutaneous bSCC had significantly lower BerEp4 staining scores and significantly higher CK14 scores.
The genotype at the C677T MTHFR variant also plays a role in the risk of alcohol-related upper aerodigestive tract cancers.
people who consumed more than 60 g alcohol, or more than four drinks, per day) with various cancers of the upper aerodigestive tract, liver, and breast.
Also, the prognosis in stage IV cancers of the upper aerodigestive tract is generally poor when these particular neoplasms are managed by single-modality therapy.
However, salivary IgA anti-htTG antibodies may offer promise in studies on differences between the aerodigestive tract and the gut in the gluten-dependent mucosal immune response.
Accordingly, we conducted dose-response analyses for a) lung cancer (ICD-9 162); b) upper aerodigestive tract cancers encompassing the naso-oropharyngeal regions, esophagus, and stomach (ICD-9 140-151); c) hemato- and lymphopoietic cancers (ICD-9 200-208, excluding chronic lymphatic leukemias); d) urinary-tract cancers (ICD-9 188-189); and e) prostate cancer (ICD-9 185).
NUT midline carcinomas of the upper aerodigestive tract are rare, aggressive tumors that often present with mass-related symptoms and are typically at an advanced stage at the time of diagnosis.
The procedure, which allows endoscopic visualization of the aerodigestive tract from the nasal vestibule to the gastric cardia, is currently limited to a small number of U.
7,8) A literature search pooling 609 patients with upper aerodigestive tract EMPs found that surgery alone resulted in longer median survival time than did XRT alone (156 versus 144 months).
the risk of cancers of the upper aerodigestive tract in Brazil.
poster P-948) on Targretin and erlotinib as an active targeted combination therapy for advanced aerodigestive tract cancer.