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Oral Cavity Cancer Clinical Trials

A listing of Oral Cavity Cancer medical research trials actively recruiting patient volunteers. Search for closest city to find more detailed information on a research study in your area.

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Found (17) clinical trials

Oral State of Patients Affected by an Oral Cancer Before and After Radiotherapy - 3-years Prospective Study

Context: the oral cancer is the 5th cancer in order of frequency for human in France. It is the country where the mortality by oral cancer is the most raised in Europe. The most frequent location concerns the oral cavity prevalency of which is one of higher in the world. ...

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Spectrometry of Cancerous Lesions of the Oral Cavity

The detection of suspect lesions is based on the clinical examination of the oral cavity and pharyngolaryngeal endoscopy, but the examination to confirm the diagnosis is a pathology examination of the biopsy taken during the endoscopy. Taking the biopsy, however, can be difficult. On the one hand , it is ...

Phase N/A

Impact of Compliance With Fluoride Use on Caries Incidence After Cancer Therapy

This research proposal is unique in that it compares two different methods of applying neutral sodium fluoride to prevent dental caries and improve compliance in this at-risk population. Given that compliance with use of fluoride trays has historically been poor, there is controversy as to which application method is best. ...

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Screening for Cancers in the Oral CAvity

Methodology Education and alerting physicians to the early detection of cancers of oral cavity and coordination of networks involved for 1 year. Incentive period for the screening by the tobacconist who distributes with every package of cigarettes bought a flyer of invitation to the screening. Carrying out screening examinations by ...

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Prosthesis Guided Speech Rehabilitation of T1/T2 Cancers of the Tongue

This study will fill a scientific gap in the current knowledge providing data for evaluation of the palatal augmentation prosthesis as a therapeutic modality in a robust scientific randomized prospective clinical trial. Positive outcomes from this study have the potential to dramatically alter the most common morbidity of oral cancer ...

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Metformin in Head and Neck Squamous Cell Carcinoma: Effect on Tissue Oxygenation

The main objective of this trial is to prove the hypothesis that Metformin reduces tissue hypoxia in oral cavity squamous cell carcinoma after a course of treatment of 9-14 days. The primary endpoint of the trial is the change in hypoxia-regulated gene expression upon Treatment with Metformin. Secondary endpoint are ...

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Rehabilitation Outcomes of Shoulder Function in Oral Cancer Survivors Cancer Survivors

Head and neck cancer is prevalent in Taiwan, and oral cancer is the most common location. Advanced treatment of oral cancer increases survival rates; however, it also increases the risk of developing shoulder dysfunction, dysphagia, oral dysfunction, donor site morbidity and psychological issues. The probability of shoulder dysfunction after neck ...

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Sentinel. Ambulatory. Oral Cavity. Oropharynx (S.A.C.O)

Currently, patients with oral cancer or oropharynx T1-N0 or T2-N0 are treated by surgery on the tumor and the neck, both validated techniques are either with a systematic lymph node dissection or a search for lymph sentinel node (GS). The goal on the lymph sentinel nodes is to diagnose the ...

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Comparison Between a Standard Tube and the Ultra-thin Tritube for Intubation of the Trachea and for Maintaining Access to the Trachea After Anaesthesia in Patients With an Expected Difficult Direct Laryngoscopy

In patients scheduled for surgery and anaesthesia in the Head-/neck/ear/nose/throat -region the investigators compare the ease of tracheal intubation between a new ultra-thin endotracheal tube, "Tritube", and a standard endotracheal tube in patients with predictors of difficult laryngoscopy. The intubation is performed with an angulated video laryngoscope. Furthermore the investigators ...

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Acupuncture Effect on Digestion in Critically Ill Post-Operative Oral and Hypo-pharyngeal Cancer Patients

Background: Head and neck cancer patients are in high risk to suffer from malnourishment, a risk that increase in postoperative condition and with the use of enteral nutrition (EN). Until now patients who are suffering from indigestion in the ICU received treatment in the form of prokinetic drugs, drags that ...

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