Evaluation between the Association of Chronicle of Tooth Extraction with Oral Alveolar Carcinoma: An Observational Clinco-pathological Institutional Assessment
Association of Chronicle of Tooth Extraction with Oral Alveolar Carcinoma
malignant tumors of the jaws. One of the most important reasons for the increase in the number of patients diagnosed with oral carcinoma and its association with the high mortality rates is the late detection of the carcinoma. Aims: The aim of the study was to analyse the clinic-pathological relationship between oral alveolus carcinoma and with history of tooth extraction. Materials & Methods: It was an observational, clinic-pathological study.952 Patients aged 30–80 years diagnosed with alveolus carcinoma of the jaws with a history of recent tooth extraction and unhealed socket at the extraction site were included in the study. Demographic, clinical, and disease-related continuous variables were computed for each subject and presented as descriptive statistics including calculation of percentages (% age). Categorical variables were analysed using Chi-square test. Regression analysis was used to identify habits and disease-related variables which can affect the incidence of oral carcinoma. Results: 2655 (33.78%) were diagnosed with alveolus carcinoma while 952(12.11%) patients were associated with a history of dental extraction as a chief complaint. 553(58.08%) patients had developed carcinoma in the proximity of the site of placement of the tobacco, and 431(45.27%) patients underwent extractions as they do not want preventive treatment. Conclusions: The focus of the current study is on early diagnosis and appropriate treatment planning, both of which can affect prognosis. It will also contribute to the enhancement of clinical awareness following tooth extraction.
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