Ernährung und Krebs im Bereich des oberen Aerodigestivtraktes

  • N. de Vries
Conference paper

Zusammenfassung

Im Rahmen dieses Buches werden zahlreiche Faktoren, die eine Rolle für die Entstehung von Kopf-Hals-Tumoren spielen, diskutiert. Im Vordergrund stehen dabei vor allem exogene Einflüsse [27]. Als wichtigste ätiologische Faktoren sind Tabak- und Alkoholkonsum, berufliche Exposition gegenüber Schadstoffen, Virusinfektionen, eine genetische Prädisposition und die Ernährungsweise zu nennen.

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