Radiation-related superficial oral mucoceles : an under-recognized acute toxicity in head and neck cancer patients
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Radiation-related superficial oral mucoceles : an under-recognized acute toxicity in head and neck cancer patients

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Radiation-related superficial oral mucoceles : an under-recognized acute toxicity in head and neck cancer patients

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Ribeiro, Ana-Carolina-Prado; Santos Silva, Alan Roger; Morais-Faria, Karina; Silva, Wagner-Gomes; Simonato, Luciana Estevam; Moutinho, Karina; Brandao, Thais-Bianca
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Acute toxicity is usually defined as adverse changes occurring immediately or a short time after the start of oncological treatment. Cross-sectional retrospective study performed with head and neck cancer patients who underwent radiotherapy from 2013 to 2016. Ten (1.2%) patients developed SOMs during radiotherapy, most (80%) of which were men with a mean age of 59.5 years at diagnosis. SOMs mainly affected the floor of the mouth (60%) between the fourth and the sixth weeks of radiation therapy. All lesions were asymptomatic and spontaneously ruptured approximately 9 days after diagnosis. Although rare, SOMs may be regarded as an acute oral toxicity of head and neck radiotherapy.

    Ribeiro, Ana-Carolina-Prado ; Santos Silva, Alan Roger ; Morais-Faria, Karina ; Silva, Wagner-Gomes ; Simonato, Luciana Estevam ; Moutinho, Karina ; Brandao, Thais-Bianca. Radiation-related superficial oral mucoceles : an under-recognized acute toxicity in head and neck cancer patients. En: Medicina oral, patología oral y cirugía bucal. Ed. inglesa, 23 5 2018: 7-
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