E. Orlandi
University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center
Quality of lifeCancerInternal medicineRadiologyPathologyOncologyOutcome (game theory)Physical therapyHead and neck cancerInduction chemotherapyPopulationSalivary gland carcinomaToxicityNuclear medicineNasopharyngeal cancerSinonasal cancerLocally advancedIn patientHead and neckNon endemicCancer researchRadiation therapyGut floraGeneral surgeryMedicineGastroenterology
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Sinonasal cancers (SNCs) represent 3–5% of all head and neck carcinomas and less than 1% of all tumors. The majority of sinonasal tumors has epithelial origin and is generally diagnosed at advanced stages. Multimodal approaches, including chemotherapy and loco-regional approaches, notably surgery and/or radiotherapy (RT), are the mainstay of treatment of locally advanced disease. In particular, RT is a cornerstone in the treatment of this pathology, either in a definitive setting for unresectabl...
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