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Speicheldrüsentumoren

  • G. Seifert
Part of the Spezielle pathologische Anatomie book series (SPEZIELLE, volume 1 / 1)

Zusammenfassung

Eine Klassifikation der Speicheldrüsentumoren kann nach mehreren Ge­sichtspunkten erfolgen. Zu den klinischen Daten gehören:
  • Häufigkeit des Vorkommens,

  • Lokalisation in den großen und kleinen Speicheldrüsen,

  • Alters- und Geschlechtsverteilung,

  • geographische Faktoren,

  • Risikofaktoren,

  • klinische Stadieneinteilung (TNM-System),

  • Krankheitsverlauf und Überlebensraten,

  • therapeutische Aspekte und Prognosekriterien,

  • Ätiologische Faktoren.

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