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Role of MRI in evaluation of malignant lesions of tongue and oral cavity

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Singh, Amandeep

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Thukral, Chuni Lal

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Gupta, Kamlesh

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Sood, Arvinder Singh

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Singla, Hanish

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Singh, Kunwarpal

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2017-02-28T10:54:48Z

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2017-02-28T10:54:48Z

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2017

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1733-134X

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http://ruj.uj.edu.pl/xmlui/handle/item/38973

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eng

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Role of MRI in evaluation of malignant lesions of tongue and oral cavity

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JournalArticle

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92-99

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Bibliogr. s. 99

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BACKGROUND: Aim of the present study was to evaluate the role of MRI in staging of malignant lesions of the oral cavity and to correlate MRI findings with clinical/surgical and anatomical-pathological findings, wherever possible. MATERIAL AND METHODS: The study included 50 patients who presented with malignant lesions of the oral cavity and were referred to radiology departments for MRI. All patients included were subjected to a detailed physical examination following which MRI was carried out on Philips Gyroscan Achieva 1.5 Tesla unit. RESULTS: In the study, the highest number of patients were found to have tongue malignancy (82%) followed by buccal mucosa and gingivobuccal sulcus malignancy (18%). The highest number of patients was in the age group of 51-60 years (32%). The incidence was higher in males (96%). There was moderate agreement (k=0.537) for T stage between the clinical and MRI staging assessments. The agreement for N stage between clinical and MRI staging assessments was fair (k=0.328). The final diagnosis was made by histopathology in 22 patients. The agreement for T stage was good/substantial (k=0.790) and for N stage was moderate (k=0.458) between MRI and histopathology staging assessments. CONCLUSIONS: MRI provides satisfactory accuracy for preoperative estimation of tumor thickness and predicting occult cervical nodal metastasis. MRI is the preferred modality in evaluation and staging of oral cavity malignancy which helps a clinician for planning of treatment.

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magnetic resonance imaging

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mouth

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neoplasm staging

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tongue neoplasms

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82

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10.12659/PJR.899352

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1899-0967

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Polish Journal of Radiology

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eng

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Article

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