hub sciencedirect scopus applications register login login go to scival suite username: password: remember me | not registered? Forgotten your username or password? Go to athens / institution login remote access activation home publications search my settings my alerts shopping cart help export citation purchase more options... Email article signed up for journal alerts [remove] alert me about new articles in this journal your selection(s) could not be saved due to an internal error. buy cheap viagra viagra online viagra online viagra for sale buy viagra viagra for sale howtosmudge.com/pjn-cheapest-viagra-online-pharmacy-hc/ online pharmacy buy viagra from india viagra for sale no prescription buy generic viagra Please try again. Search     all fields     author advanced search     journal/book title     volume   issue   page search tips article outline is loading... Javascript required for article outline british journal of oral and maxillofacial surgery volume 46, issue 8, december 2008, pages 635–638 salivary gland tumors: a single institution experience in india krishnaraj subhashraj , department of oral and maxillofacial surgery, jawaharlal institute of postgraduate medical education and research, pondicherry, india accepted 31 march 2008 available online 11 july 2008 how to cite or link using doi permissions & reprints view full text purchase $31. 50 introduction patients and methods results discussion acknowledgement references abstract between 1991 and 2006, 684 cases of salivary gland tumours were analysed retrospectively, of which 422 (62%) were benign and 262 (38%) malignant. Sixty-one percent of tumours were in the parotid gland, 22% in the minor salivary glands, and 17% in the submandibular glands. The most common benign tumour was pleomorphic adenoma (86%), and the most common malignant tumours were adenoid cystic carcinoma (25%) and mucoepidermoid carcinoma (18%). Among the minor salivary gland tumours, most were seen in the palate (68%). We analyse the incidence and distribution of all types of salivary gland tumours in an indian series, and provide data for comparison with other epidemiological studies from different geographical sites and races. Demographic data from these studies should help us to a better understanding of the biological and clinical characteristics of the disease. Keywords salivary gland; tumor; benign; malignant; epidemiology figures and tables from this article: table 1. Age distribution of salivary gland tumours in an indian series table. Welcome to the home of mizahara.com
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