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Salivary Gland Cancer and How it Affected My Year
 
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In March, I was diagnosed with a Mucoepidermoid Carcinoma of the parotid salivary gland. This is a brief explanation of how it affected my year.
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Salivary gland cancer : Causes, Diagnosis, Symptoms, Treatment, Prognosis
 
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SALIVARY GLAND CANCER FACTS
 
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What is the survival rate of cancer in the lymph nodes
 
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SALIVARY GLAND CANCER
 
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7.3 mm x  6 mm SALIVARY GLAND STONE - and how I got RID of it
 
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IN THIS ARTICLE Salivary Gland Stone Causes and Symptoms Salivary Gland Stones Diagnosis and Treatments A salivary gland stone -- also called salivary duct stone -- is a calcified structure that may form inside a salivary gland or duct. It can block the flow of saliva into the mouth. The majority of stones affect the submandibular glands located at the floor of the mouth. Less commonly, the stones affect the parotid glands, located on the inside of the cheeks, or the sublingual glands, which are under the tongue. Many people with the condition have multiple stones. Salivary Gland Stone Causes and Symptoms Salivary stones form when chemicals in the saliva accumulate in the duct or gland. They mostly contain calcium. The exact cause is not known. But factors contributing to less saliva production and/or thickened saliva may be risk factors for salivary stones. These factors include: dehydration, poor eating, and use of certain medications including some antihistamines, blood pressure drugs, psychiatric drugs, and bladder control drugs. Trauma to the salivary glands may also raise the risk for salivary stones. The stones cause no symptoms as they form, but if they reach a size that blocks the duct, saliva backs up into the gland, causing pain and swelling. You may feel the pain off and on, and it may get progressively worse. Inflammation and infection within the affected gland may follow. Salivary Gland Stones Diagnosis and Treatments If you have symptoms of a salivary gland stone, your doctor will first check for stones with a physical exam. Sometimes tests may also be ordered, such as X-ray, CT scan, or ultrasound. If a stone is detected, the goal of treatment is to remove it. For small stones, stimulating saliva flow by sucking on a lemon or sour candies may cause the stone to pass spontaneously. In other cases where stones are small, the doctor or dentist may massage or push the stone out of the duct. For larger, harder-to-remove stones, doctors usually make a small incision in the mouth to remove the stone. More and more, doctors are using a newer and less invasive technique called sialendoscopy to remove salivary gland stones. Developed and used successfully in Europe for a decade, sialendoscopy uses tiny lighted scopes, inserted into the gland's opening in the mouth, to visualize the salivary duct system and locate the stone. Then, using micro instruments, the surgeon can remove the stone to relieve the blockage. The procedure is performed under local or light general anesthesia, which allows the patient to go home the same day. For people with recurrent stones or irreversible damage to the salivary gland, surgical removal of the gland may be necessary.
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Submandibular gland (pleomorfic adenoma) excision video
 
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Submandibular gland surgery
 
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Dr Clancy explains what to expect when you are having surgery to remove the submandibular gland
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Salivary Gland Cancer
 
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KETK - Hall of Fame baseball player Tony Gwynn's death was shocking for many people, dead at 54. Gwynn shined through his 20-year career with the San Diego Padres. He was diagnosed with a salivary gland cancer back in 2010. I'm sure the first thing comes to mind is- chewing tobacco led to his cancer. Some reports say he had mouth cancer, the type of cancer he had was not in the mouth. "He had a salivary gland tumor basically that started in his parotid gland which is the largest salivary gland and it's on the side of your face in the cheek area where they have lumps," said Oncologist Dr. Donald Richards of Texas Oncology at Trinity Mother Frances. It's reported Gwynn's death was linked to chewing tobacco throughout his career, but doctors say Gwynn did not have mouth cancer. Dr. Richards says most salivary gland tumors are benign. "Apparently he had episodes of recurrent tumors that appeared to transform in to much more of an aggressive histology." We asked Dr. Richards if chewing tobacco has any association with salivary gland cancer. "Salivary gland cancers aren't as strongly linked to tobacco use as some other types of cancers." From batting in the Major League to battling cancer it sparks concern on any playing field on whether chewing tobacco is linked to the cancer Gwynn had. The head baseball coach at UT Tyler Chris Bertrand says chewing is rooted in the game and a big part of culture. "I think the biggest thing is you have to educate people on what the risks are and what the dangers are." And coach Bertrand says he makes that part of his game. "At the end of the day it's a personal decision, but we feel that's our main role, and it is to make sure they understand if you make that decision to continue to do it, these are the risks that you are running."
Salivary Gland Infections : Causes, Diagnosis, Symptoms, Treatment, Prognosis
 
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LIKE | COMMENT | SHARE | SUBSCRIBE For more info visit http://www.DiseasesAndTreatment.com/ ====================================== Sjogren’s syndrome, Sialolithiasis , sialadenitis, Salivary Gland Infections, Salivary Gland Disorders, Salivary Duct Stones, ====================================== salivary gland infection occurs when a bacterial or viral infection affects your salivary gland or duct. The infection can result from reduced saliva flow, which can be due to a blockage or inflammation of your salivary duct. The condition is called sialadenitis. Saliva aids digestion, breaks down food, and works to keep your mouth clean. It washes away bacteria and food particles. It also helps control the amount of good and bad bacteria in your mouth. Fewer bacteria and food particles are washed away when saliva doesn’t freely travel throughout your mouth. This may lead to infection. You have three pairs of large (major) salivary glands. They’re located on each side of your face. Parotid glands, which are the largest, are inside each cheek. They sit above your jaw in front of your ears. When one or more of these glands is infected, it’s called parotitis. Submandibular glands are located on each side of your jaw below the jawbone. Sublingual glands sit on the bottom of your mouth under your tongue. Additionally, hundreds of small (minor) salivary glands deposit saliva from ducts around your mouth.
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Head and Neck Cancer: Frequently Asked Questions
 
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Wayne Koch, director of the Johns Hopkins Head and Neck Cancer Surgery Center, answers commonly asked questions about head and neck cancers, including symptoms, risk factors, treatment and quality of life issues. Learn more: http://www.hopkinsmedicine.org/otolaryngology/specialty_areas/head_neck_cancer_surgery_center/ Questions Answered: 1. What are the symptoms for head and neck cancer? 0:04 2. What are the risk factors associated with head and neck cancer? 1:14 3. What are the advantages of robotic surgery? 3:52 4. How do you balance quality of life concerns when determining the appropriate treatment plan? 5:06
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What causes blocked Salivary Glands? How is tumor ruled out?-Dr. Prakash Mahadevappa
 
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There are three paired major salivary glands. One is the parotid glands in front of the ear. The submandibular gland s below the jaw, the sublingual gland is below the tongue. All these glands produce saliva, which pours into the oral cavity, mixes with the food, enables the food to be masticated and digested. These glands secrete the saliva into the mouth through ducts called as salivary ducts. Now one of the commonest causes for the salivary blocks are stones in the salivary ducts. When the exit gets blocked, the salivary secretions back up into the gland and causes salivary gland swelling This typically happens when the patient eats an gives rise to severe pain in the area of the obstructed or the blocked salivary gland These stones are formed de novo and is because of build-up of this crystallised saliva. These ducts when they get blocked, give rise to this salivary secretion, subsequently get infected and give rise to sialadenitis or infection of the salivary glands. These are surgical conditions which needs surgical treatment to relieve them of the blocks. As far as the malignancy is concerned, apart from a good clinical examination , which may throw some suspicion about the swelling in the region of the salivary glands, we further proceed with what we call as a CT scan or an MRI evaluation of the head and neck region and whenever required, an image guided fine needle aspiration cytology, that is tissue for examination under microscope, which will tell us whether it is malignant or not.
Salivary Gland Cancer - What Is It? Symptoms. Treatment.
 
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Is It Cancer?  Parotidectomy
 
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This is the first in a series of videos I will be doing about my parotid tumor. I hope this information is helpful to others that may be debating whether or not to have a parotidectomy. My camera is the Sony A7ii: http://amzn.to/2hOJWTY With a Rode Mic:http://amzn.to/2hPygQK
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Stan's Story | Salivary Gland Cancer Survivor
 
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When he learned he had cancer, Stanley turned to Penn’s Abramson Cancer Center. Our proton therapy kept him free from cancer, side effects and taking sick days.
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Palate Cancer (Oral Cancer) : Causes, Diagnosis, Symptoms, Treatment, Prognosis
 
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Please *LIKE || COMMENT | | SHARE | | SUBSCRIBE* to support this channel. For more info visit http://www.DiseasesAndTreatment.com/ ====================================== Palate Cancer , Oral Cancer, mouth cancer, head and neck cancer ======================================
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Warthins Parotid Tumor - 1
 
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My journey through a superficial Parotidectomy....
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My diagnosis and Parotid Gland cancer surgery.
 
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A brief history of how I came to be diagnosed and my experience with surgery at MD Anderson.
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Parotid Salivary Gland Tumor: Jubenal's Story
 
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After discovering a lump in his neck that was diagnosed as a malignant parotid gland tumor, Jubenal, a Connecticut-based firefighter and paramedic, traveled to Baltimore to seek help from head and neck surgeon David Eisele. Visit http://www.hopkinsmedicine.org/oto/headneck. For appointments, Maryland residents should call 443-997-6467, and out-of-state residents should contact 1-855-884-6754.
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Salivary Duct Stones : Causes, Diagnosis, Symptoms, Treatment, Prognosis
 
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2nd checkup analysis for Parotid Gland Cancer/Salivary Gland
 
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Description of my 2nd checkup at MD Anderson and issues that I am facing.
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My Salivary Gland Cancer Diagnosis
 
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Gina Land introduces the things she learned on her journey after being diagnosed with salivary gland cancer.
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Salivary Gland Cancer - What Is It? Symptoms. Treatment.
 
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For more information about Salivary Gland Cancer, visit www.beyondfive.org.au. Beyond Five is an Australian charity dedicated to improving the quality of life of everyone affected by Head and Neck Cancer. Watch other 3D animation videos about all types of Head and Neck Cancer at our channel page or visit website - www.beyondfive.org.au.
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The symptoms of adenoid cystic carcinoma
 
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Discover the symptoms of adenoid cystic carcinoma in this video. Also, referred to as malignant cylindroma, adenocyst, adenocystic, adenoidcystic, AdCC or ACC, it is one of the three most common malignant salivary gland tumors (the two most common are polymorphous low grade adenocarcinoma and mucoepidermoid carcinoma), and it is the single most common malignant salivary gland tumor, representing 28% of malignant submandibular gland tumors. This is a tumor which is generally well-differentiated and slow-growing, and this is why patients may survive for years with metastases. For more information, please visit http://www.ecancertips.com
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My Cancer Surgery - Salivary Gland Cancer (Cancer Diaries)
 
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Discussing the details of my cancer surgery - Salivary Gland Cancer.
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My Cancer Symptoms (Cancer Diaries)
 
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My symptoms at the time I was diagnosed with salivary gland cancer.
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Salivary Gland Tumors - Dr. Thompson
 
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CAUSES OF SALIVARY GLAND INFECTION
 
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SYMPTOMS OF SALIVARY GLAND INFECTION
 
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Salivary Gland Disorders : Causes, Diagnosis, Symptoms, Treatment, Prognosis
 
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LIKE | COMMENT | SHARE | SUBSCRIBE For more info visit http://www.DiseasesAndTreatment.com/ ====================================== Sjogren’s syndrome, Sialolithiasis , sialadenitis, Salivary Gland Infections, Salivary Gland Disorders, Salivary Duct Stones, ====================================== salivary glands produce saliva, which keeps your mouth moist, helps protect your teeth from rapid decay, and helps you to digest your food. The salivary glands are relatively small, and they’re around the inner linings of your mouth, lips, and cheeks. A number of diseases can affect your salivary glands. These range from cancerous tumors to Sjogren’s syndrome. While some go away with time or antibiotics, others require more serious treatments, including surgery.
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Swollen Salivary Glands | Being Diagnosed with Sjogrens
 
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Sorry for the late video, after this video I was bedridden with what seems to of been the flu. Finally, feeling better and will be doing another video soon. I have had problems with my Parotid salivary glands for many years. I also recently got diagnosed with secondary Sjogrens. Let me know in the comments below if you've had a similar issue. I know I have many viewers with Sjogrens as well! Hope to hear from you all. https://www.livehopelupus.org https://instagram.com/samanthamwayne
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Parotidectomy 3: Day 2 Recovery after Parotid Tumor Removal with Drain Still In
 
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Day 2 of recovery. I should be getting the drain removed tomorrow. A big thanks to my doctors, nurses, and staff at Fort Belvoir Community Hospital. And thank you family, friends, and subscribers for your outpouring of support. I filmed this clip on my MacBook Pro (not as good as my regular cams). Please help my page by hitting the "like" button! You can get The Obstacle is the Way here: http://amzn.to/2hWUssc My camera is the Sony A7ii: http://amzn.to/2hOJWTY With a Rode Mic: http://amzn.to/2hPygQK
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Can you remove your own salivary gland stones?
 
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Leading consultant maxillofacial surgeon, Miss Katherine George discusses home removal of salivary gland stones, and whether it is possible. If you have salivary gland stones, it is always advisable to make an appointment with a specialist. Visit Miss Katherine George's profile here: https://www.topdoctors.co.uk/doctor/katherine-george
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Salivary Hell (Parotid Gland)
 
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I have Parotitis, it's not very nice!
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Superficial Parotidectomy Surgery Video
 
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Superficial Parotidectomy Surgery Treatment of Parotid gland Swelling / Cancer Symptoms of Parotid Gland Tumor The parotid gland is the largest of the salivary glands. There are two parotid glands, one on each side of the face, just below and to the front of the ear. A duct through which saliva is secreted runs from each gland to the inside of the cheek. The main purpose of parotidectomy is to remove abnormal growths (neoplasms) that occur in the parotid gland. Parotid gland neoplasms may be benign (approximately 80%) or malignant. Tumors may spread from other areas of the body, entering the parotid gland by way of the lymphatic system. Demographics Benign parotid gland growths usually appear after the age of 40. Malignant growths most often affect women over the age of 60, while benign tumors affect both sexes equally. Cancer of the salivary glands accounts for only 1% of all cancers, and 7% of all head and neck cancers. Description During surgery, two different areas of the parotid gland are identified: the superficial lobe and the deep lobe. Superficial parotidectomy removes just the superficial lobe, while total parotidectomy removes both lobes. The patient is first placed under general anesthesia to ensure that no pain is experienced and that all muscles remain relaxed. An incision is made directly to the front or back of the ear and down the jaw line. The skin is folded back to expose the parotid gland. The various facial nerves are identified and protected during the surgery so as to avoid permanent facial paralysis or numbness. A superficial or total parotidectomy is then performed, depending on the type and location of the tumor. If the tumor has spread to involve the facial nerve, the operation is expanded to include parts of the bone behind the ear (mastoid) to remove as much tumor as possible. Before the incision is closed, a drain is inserted into the area to collect any leaking saliva, if a superficial parotidectomy was performed. The procedure typically takes from two to five hours to complete, depending on the extent of surgery and the skill of the surgeon. Diagnosis/Preparation A complete physical examination and medical history is performed, as are diagnostic tests to help the surgeon better plan for the surgery. Some tests that may be performed include computed tomography (CT) scan, magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), and fine-needle aspiration biopsy (using a thin needle to withdraw fluid and cells from the growth). Aftercare After surgery, the patient will remain in the hospital for one to three days. The incision site will be watched closely for signs of infection and heavy bleeding (hemorrhage). The incision site should be kept clean and dry until it is completely healed. If the patient has difficulty smiling, winking, or drinking fluids, the physician should be contacted immediately. These are signs of facial nerve damage. Risks There are a number of complications that are associated with parotidectomy. Facial nerve paralysis after minor surgery should be minimal. After major surgery, a graft is attempted to restore nerve function to facial muscles. Salivary fistulas can occur when saliva collects in the incision site or drains through the incision. Recurrence of cancer is the single most important consideration for patients who have undergone parotidectomy. Long-term survival rates are largely dependent on the tumor type and the stage of tumor development at the time of the operation. Other risks include hematoma (collection of blood under the skin) and infection. The most common long-term complication of parotidectomy is redness and sweating in the cheek, known as Frey's syndrome. Rarely, paralysis may extend throughout all the branches of the facial nervous system. Normal results Although some facial numbness or weakness is normal immediately following parotidectomy, these symptoms usually subside within a few months, with most patients regaining full function within one year. Return of a benign tumor is very rare.
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Salivary Gland Infection Remedies
 
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Salivary Duct Stones
 
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Salivary Duct Stones in Tamil Hello everyone, In this video we talk about salivary stones in our salivary glands, how do they forms? what is the treatments for this condition? and what are the preventing methods?
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What are the symptoms of a blocked salivary gland? - Dr. Sreenivasa Murthy T M
 
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One of the common conditions which affects the salivary glands is what is called as obstructive sialadenopathy, which means there is an obstruction to the salivary ductal system and because of that there is stagnation of saliva and secondary infection of the salivary gland and hence there will be presentations of salivary gland infections. One of the common causes for this is occurrence of salivary gland stones, they tend to form in the salivary glands and they obstruct the ductal system that is the salivary outflow tract and because of this obstruction, there will be pain and there will be salivary gland obstruction if it will cause pain in the particular salivary gland and occasionally fever when this pain is very severe. This typically tends to increase in size when we and have a meal or eat food that is because when we eat food, the saliva production is increased whereas because of the obstruction, the saliva cannot come out and hence the gland start swelling.
INFLAMMATION OF SALIVARY GLANDS The Parotid Gland DR. FOHEID  ALSOBEI
 
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The salivary glands are located in and around mouth and throat Thy are 2 Major salivary glands Minor salivary glands 1-The parotid 2- Submandibular 3- Sublingual glands. - A small salivary glands - Represent about 500 to 1,000 gland - A small scattered along the digestive tract and upper respiratory tract
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UPDATE!! My Salivary Gland Cancer Diagnosis (7 year anniversary)
 
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Update! It's been 7 years since my salivary gland cancer diagnosis.
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Husband`s Saliva Gland Cancer Surgery @UCLA
 
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Diagnosis, Staging, and Prognosis
 
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Robert Ferris, MD, PhD, FACS; and Jared Weiss, MD, highlight the diagnosis, staging and prognosis of head and neck squamous cell carcinoma.
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Warning signs of oral cancer - Dr. Shyam Padmanabhan
 
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Oral cancers can occur in any part of the oral cavity. This could include the lips, the tongue, the throat, the pharynx, the larynx, salivary glands or even the maxillary sinuses. Now early detection is mandatory for a favourable prognosis, now for this, there are certain signs and symptoms which we need to look out for. One, we should look out for any signs of red or white lesions in the oral cavity. Next we look out for sores, any swelling, patches, elevated patches in any part of the oral cavity. For throat cancer you can also look at an inability to swallow, or like say an object is stuck in your throat. There maybe a numbness, or tingling sensation, or there could be tenderness in any part of the oral cavity. In later stages there could be inability to chew, swallow, speech also could be hampered. Those cancers which are related more to the tooth, here you may find that your teeth maybe mobile. There is no periodontal disease involvement in this.
Muco-Epidermoid Carcinoma of parotid gland Dr Pinaki Roy central hospital Garden reach 2642
 
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Muco-Epidermoid Carcinoma of parotid gland Dr Pinaki Roy central hospital Garden reach 2642
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Researchers Discover Surprising Genetic Link Between Breast Cancer and Salivary Gland Cancer
 
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Medical research experts at The James have discovered a surprising link between breast cancer and salivary gland cancer: a new study suggests that those who carry mutated BRCA genes (which are associated with high breast cancer risks) are 17 times more likely to get salivary cancer than those who don’t carry the genes. While the findings are preliminary and The James is doing further research, these experts tell us it’s a good idea for patients with the BRCA gene mutation to know about the newly found link so they can get the genetic counseling and testing they might need and their doctors can screen them for this cancer.
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