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Year Number of Results
1953 2
1956 1
1957 3
1959 3
1960 2
1961 7
1962 2
1965 13
1966 26
1967 58
1968 78
1969 94
1970 76
1971 93
1972 99
1973 106
1974 129
1975 113
1976 175
1977 180
1978 181
1979 187
1980 209
1981 233
1982 246
1983 266
1984 321
1985 384
1986 339
1987 340
1988 340
1989 418
1990 336
1991 367
1992 376
1993 367
1994 425
1995 423
1996 415
1997 447
1998 476
1999 475
2000 557
2001 550
2002 579
2003 645
2004 586
2005 639
2006 667
2007 792
2008 820
2009 830
2010 952
2011 967
2012 838
2013 805
2014 803
2015 822
2016 754
2017 669
2018 725
2019 368
2020 5
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Oral erythroplakia-What is it?
Holmstrup P. Oral Dis 2018 - Review. PMID 29480616
[Precancerous conditions in the ENT area].
Gál B, et al. Klin Onkol 2013 - Review. PMID 24325157 Czech.
An important part of tumor prevention is early detection, dia-gnosis, treatment and screening of precancerous conditions. Correct detection and screening of premalignant lesions leads to early dia-gnosis of a malignant process which provides a better chance to completely cure the patient and also predicts better quality of life. Precancerous conditions look like whitish, red or mixed mucose lesions (leukoplakia, erytroplakia, erytroleukoplakia) which are visible during clinical examination. ...
An important part of tumor prevention is early detection, dia-gnosis, treatment and screening of precancerous conditions. Corr …
Noninvasive diagnostic adjuncts for the evaluation of potentially premalignant oral epithelial lesions: current limitations and future directions
Yang EC, et al. Oral Surg Oral Med Oral Pathol Oral Radiol 2018 - Review. PMID 29631985 Free PMC article.
Potentially premalignant oral epithelial lesions (PPOELs) are a group of clinically suspicious conditions, of which a small percentage will undergo malignant transformation. ...
Potentially premalignant oral epithelial lesions (PPOELs) are a group of clinically suspicious conditions, of which a small percentag …
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