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  • Estrogen signaling and estrogen receptors as prognostic indicators in laryngeal cancer. [Review]
    Steroids 2019; :108498Verma A, Schwartz N, … Schwartz Z
  • Laryngeal squamous cell carcinoma (LSCC) has been shown to respond to 17β-estradiol. However, the presence and characterization of estrogen receptors (ER) and other sex hormone receptors in LSCC are still being determined. Sex hormone receptors and the way sex hormones impact LSCC tumors are important for understanding which patients would benefit from hormone therapies, such as anti-estrogen the…
  • Oral Squamous Cell Carcinoma Mimicking Peri-Implantitis. [Case Reports]
    Clin Adv Periodontics 2016; 6(2):83-88Chainani-Wu N, Chang C, … Silverman S
  • CONCLUSIONS: This is a case of peri-implant SCC development in a patient at high risk for oral SCC. The carcinoma was present within the alveolar defect in the area of a failed implant that had been removed 1 year previously. The overlying surface mucosa did not show the clinical changes typically seen in carcinoma. This case and others demonstrate the importance of periodic oral and radiographic examination after implant placement. Although rare, neoplasia must be considered in the evaluation of peri-implant pathology.
  • Lingual Gingival Cyst of the Adult. [Case Reports]
    Clin Adv Periodontics 2016; 6(2):89-93Peacock ME, Kao S, … Krishna R
  • CONCLUSIONS: A GCA is usually of odontogenic origin and occurs typically in the attached gingiva of the mandibular premolar region. Occasionally, it demonstrates radiographic evidence of bone loss from pressure resorption. Its more frequent intraosseous counterpart, the lateral periodontal cyst, shares histopathologic characteristics with the GCA. These findings underscore the importance in establishing a definitive diagnosis.
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