Surgical therapy is the main option for the treatment of tongue cancer, while radiation therapy and chemotherapy are additional concomitant therapies. In this article, we present a case of a patient admitted for treatment with suspected cancer of the tongue. Lateral surface of the tongue on the right side during the examination revealed the presence of a lesion measuring 3.5×2.5. After histological examination, the patient was diagnosed with invasive highly differentiated keratinized squamous cell carcinoma of the tongue. Hemiglosectomy was performed, preserving the lingual artery, without neck lymph dissection. Postoperatively, the patient was prescribed radiotherapy of 30 grays in total. Read the whole article here.
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