Pathology and Biology. Global Epidemiology. Etiology and Risk Factors for Oral Cancer. Clinical pathology of Oral Cancer. The histology of Oral Cancer. The Molecular biology of Oral Cancer. Clinical Management . Clinical Evaluation and Differential Diagnosis. Workup and Staging. Factors Affecting Choice of Treatment. Cervical Lymph Nodes. Surgical Approaches to the Oral Cavity. Reconstructive Surgery. Radiotherapy and Chemotherapy. Complications of Treatment and their Management. Palliative Care for Head and Neck Cancer. Outcomes and Follow-Up. Results of Treatment. Functional Outcomes and Rehabilitation. Prosthetic Restoration and Rehabilitation of the Orofacial Cancer Patient. Prevention of Oral Cancer.
Professor Emeritus and Former Chairman, University of Texas
'This work is described as a 'text book which provides
state of the art management of oral cancer.' A very apt description
indeed ... A valuable addition for everyone employed with the
treatment of head and neck cancer.' - Acta
'An outstanding volume [that] will undoubtedly find an invaluable place in every department involved in the management of patients with oral cancer.' - Dental Practice