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Sequential reconstruction for recurrent head and neck cancer: A 10-year experience

Chung SW, Byun IH, Lee WJ

BACKGROUND: Most patients with head and neck cancer successfully undergo oncologic resection followed by free or local flap reconstruction, depending on the tumor’s size and location. Despite effective curative resection...
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A Review on the Measurement Variables of Nursing Research for Patients with Head and Neck Cancer in Korea

Lee SN

PURPOSE: The purpose of this paper (a literature review study) was to confirm the trend of nursing research for head and neck cancer patients in Korea. METHODS: Research databases were reviewed...
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Clinical Outcomes of a 14-Day In-Hospital Stay Program in Patients Undergoing Head and Neck Cancer Surgery With Free Flap Reconstruction Under the National Health Insurance System

Choi JE, Kim H, Choi SY, Park J, Chung MK, Baek CH, Jeong HS

OBJECTIVES: Length of in-hospital stay (LOS) is often regarded as a surrogate marker of efficiency in medical care. A shorter stay can redistribute medical resources to more patients if patient...
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Oral Health Status and Oral Health-related Quality of Life According to Presence or Absence of Mucositis in Head and Neck Cancer Patients

Jung YS, Park EY, Sohn HO

BACKGROUND: Oral mucositis during radiotherapy which is harmful to the patients with head and neck is suggested to be related to the oral hygiene and health. Therefore, we evaluated the...
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Determination of Diagnosis and Treatment for Head and Neck Cancer Patients Considering Frailty

Yeo SC, Woo SH

As population ages, much more elderly patients have been diagnosed with head and neck cancer especially in Korea. Diverse factors such as comorbidities and disabilities make the establishment of evidence-based...
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Clinical Usefulness of Prophylactic Metronidazole after Head and Neck Cancer Surgery

Choi IH, Lee H, Kim YC, Jung KY, Baek SK

BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: Head and neck cancer surgery has a high risk of infection, because surgical fields are exposed to the oral cavity and the pharynx during surgery. The purpose...
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Poor prognostic factors in human papillomavirus-positive head and neck cancer: who might not be candidates for de-escalation treatment?

Yoo SH, Ock CY, Keam B, Park SJ, Kim TM, Kim JH, Jeon YK, Chung EJ, Kwon SK, Hah JH, Kwon TK, Jung KC, Kim DW, Wu HG, Sung MW, Heo DS

BACKGROUND/AIMS: Since patients with human papillomavirus (HPV)-associated head and neck squamous cell carcinoma (HNSCC) have favorable outcomes after treatment, treatment de-escalation for these patients is being actively investigated. However, not...
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The effectiveness of an enhanced recovery after surgery protocol in head and neck cancer surgery with free-flap reconstruction

Won HR, An JY, Lee JJ, Kim DY, Jang JY, Kim CH, Shin YS

PURPOSE: An enhanced recovery after surgery (ERAS) protocol incorporates up-to-date perioperative care principles; the primary aim in using an ERAS protocol is to reduce issues that delay the recovery and...
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TRIUMPH Trial: One Small Step Could Become One Giant Leap for Precision Oncology in Head and Neck Cancer

Keam B, Kim HR, Yun HJ

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Statin and the Risk of Ischemic Stroke or Transient Ischemic Attack in Head and Neck Cancer Patients with Radiotherapy

Lee BC, Lin CL, Tsai HH, Kao CH

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Video Fluoroscopic Swallowing Study of Radiation Induced Dysphagia in Head and Neck Cancer

Ko SH

Dysphagia is a symptom of head and neck cancer itself and a significant complication of its treatments. Radiation therapy also causes dysphagia due to radiation toxicity. Therefore, it is necessary...
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The relationship between oral health and radiation-induced mucositis among patients with head and neck cancer

Park EY, Sohn HO, Jung YS, Lee EK, Kim EK

OBJECTIVES: This study evaluated the relationship between oral hygiene and health status and radiationinduced mucositis among patients with head and neck cancer over an 8-week period. METHODS: We recruited 40 patients...
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Prognostic value of FDG PET/CT during radiotherapy in head and neck cancer patients

Kim S, Oh S, Kim JS, Kim YK, Kim KH, Oh DH, Lee DH, Jeong WJ, Jung YH

PURPOSE: To evaluate the prognostic value of 18F-fluorodeoxyglucose positron-emission tomography (FDG PET) with computed tomography (CT) before and during radiotherapy (RT) in patients with head and neck cancer. METHODS: Twenty patients...
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Oral Health of Korean Patients With Head and Neck Cancer

Kim YS, Jung YS, Kim BK, Kim EK

BACKGROUND: Association between periodontitis and of head and neck carcinoma was suggested. In the present study, we evaluated the oral health status of patients with head and neck carcinoma and...
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Peri-Treatment Evaluation of Swallowing in Head and Neck Cancer Patients

Kim JH

Head and neck cancer patients are prone to dysphagia and aspiration, which are usually neglected due to treatment of the cancer itself. However, dysphagia and aspiration could cause malnutrition, dehydration,...
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Surgical Strategies for Prevention and Treatment of Airway Aspiration in Head and Neck Cancer Patients

Baek MK, Kim DY

Postoperative airway aspiration is not uncommon in patients with head and neck cancer. Airway aspiration has serious consequences, such as swallowing disorders, nutrition-related health problem, or reducing the quality of...
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Multidimensional Rehabilitation in Patients with Aspiration Following Head and Neck Cancer Treatment

Jung YH, Jin YJ

Patients who have the head and neck cancer are usually treated by surgery, radiation therapy, chemotherapy, or combinations of them. These treatments can induce variable degree of aspiration with dysphagia....
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Set-up errors in head and neck cancer treated with IMRT technique assessed by cone-beam computed tomography: a feasible protocol

Delishaj D, Ursino S, Pasqualetti F, Matteucci , Cristaudo , Soatti CP, Barcellini A, Paiar F

PURPOSE: To investigate set-up errors, suggest the adequate planning target volume (PTV) margin and image-guided radiotherapy frequency in head and neck (H&N) cancer treated with intensity-modulated radiotherapy (IMRT) assessed by...
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Effects of Ultrasound, Laser and Exercises on Temporomandibular Joint Pain and Trismus Following Head and Neck Cancer

Elgohary H, Eladl HM, Soliman AH, Soliman ES

OBJECTIVE: To compare the effects of low intensity ultrasound (LIUS), traditional exercise therapy (TET), low level laser therapy (LLLT) and TET on temporomandibular joint (TMJ) pain and trismus following recovery...
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Radioimmunotherapy in Head and Neck Cancer

Choi IJ

Radioimmunotherapy (RIT) is a therapy that takes advantage of the “cross-fire” effect of emitted radiation by radionuclides conjugated to tumor-directed monoclonal antibodies (mAb) (including those fragments) or peptides. While RIT...
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