Analysis of surgical margins in oral cancer using in situ fluorescence spectroscopy

Analysis of surgical margins in oral cancer using in situ fluorescence spectroscopy

W. R. Correr, A. L. N. Francisco, J. Goncalves, C. A. L. Pinto, T. C. Chulam, C. Kurachi, L. P. Kowalski

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Agradecimentos: ALNF scholarship; INCITO

Oral cancer is a public health problem with high prevalence in the population. Local tumor control is best achieved by complete surgical resection with adequate margins. A disease-free surgical margin correlates with a lower rate of local recurrence and a higher rate of disease-free survival....

CONSELHO NACIONAL DE DESENVOLVIMENTO CIENTÍFICO E TECNOLÓGICO - CNPQ

FUNDAÇÃO DE AMPARO À PESQUISA DO ESTADO DE SÃO PAULO - FAPESP

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Analysis of surgical margins in oral cancer using in situ fluorescence spectroscopy

W. R. Correr, A. L. N. Francisco, J. Goncalves, C. A. L. Pinto, T. C. Chulam, C. Kurachi, L. P. Kowalski


										

Analysis of surgical margins in oral cancer using in situ fluorescence spectroscopy

W. R. Correr, A. L. N. Francisco, J. Goncalves, C. A. L. Pinto, T. C. Chulam, C. Kurachi, L. P. Kowalski

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    Oral oncology

    Vol. 50, no. 6 (June, 2014), p. 593-599