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Treatment of oral cancer in Germany

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Oral cancer is the most common form of this disease, accounting for only 1.5% of all malignant neoplasms. But at the same time, this kind of cancer is very dangerous: the detection in the latter stages, which occurs in 78% of cases, survival is only 28%.

Oral cancer is the uncontrolled growth of cells, which can develop in the tissues of the tongue, the lips, the buccal mucosa, hard and soft palate. Its first signs are unusual sensations in the mouth, ulcers, seals, pain, that patients in half of the cases are mistaken for angina. Then appear brighter symptoms: severe pain at the site of the lesion, in the temples, in the ears, unpleasant smell coming from his mouth. Upon detection of such symptoms you should immediately seek qualified help: only this can save your life and as long as possible to maintain its quality. In Russia most of the hospitals are equipped with far better. In the clinics of Germany has all the conditions for effective and quality treatment.

Diagnosis of oral cancer in Germany– fast and efficient help

Before prescribing the course of treatment of oral cancer in Germany need to undertake a comprehensive survey to identify the extent of cancer and organ damage. It begins with a General survey of doctors: an oncologist, a dentist, ENT doctor. Then assigned a biopsy study of a piece of suspicious tissue for the presence of malignant cells.

Further tests may include blood tests (biochemical, General, tumor markers), endoscopy, MRI, and computer tomography. The doctor may prescribe x-rays and light, to check whether the cancer has spread to them. Continue reading