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Biopsy, CT of buccal mucosa done. What does report mean? Treatment to follow?

Hello Dr. The Biopsy report of my father, Biopsy right buccal mucosa, (measuring 0.4*0.2*0.2cm) shows features compatible with well defined differentiated squamous cell carcinoma . His C.T. Reports are: Paranasal sinuses/nasal cavity: Mucosal thickening seen in bilateral frontal, ethmoid and left maxillary sinus with right maxillary polyp . Oral Cavity: Soft tissue thickening is seen in the right buccal mucosa of the cheek and lower gingivobuccal sulcus measuring 4*1*2.1 cm (AP*TRA*CC). No evidence of adjacent bone erosion. Maxilla/ Mandible: well defined cavities seen in the right mandible in the region of the molar tooth? Post tooth extraction. I would like to know if the condition is very serious and the most apt Line of Treatment to be followed
Asked On : Mon, 18 Feb 2013
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From the details produed reg.biopsy report,the diagnosis of the lesion is squamous cell carcinoma.
I would advice your father to discontinue the habit of smoking if you practice any.
Surgical excision and radiotherapy has to be done depending on severity of lesion.
Meanwhile,maintain oral hygiene well.
Vitamin becosules and folic acid supplements has to be administered.
Take care.
Answered: Sun, 16 Jun 2013
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