中国における喉頭癌の外科治療の現状  [in Japanese] Surgical Treatment for Laryngeal Cancer in China  [in Japanese]

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The present status of surgical treatment for laryngeal cancer in the People's Republic of China was reviewed. Partial laryngectomy procedures preserving laryngeal function have been widely developed in China during the last 20 years. According to published reports, 48 to 56% of laryngeal cancer surgery had been performed with partial laryngectomy procedures, and their 5 year survival rates ranged from 70 to 80% which precede those of total laryngectomy. The technique of horizonto-vertical partial laryngectomy (3/4 partial laryngectomy) has been well established in China, and its decanulation rate was 78 to 87% and its 5 year survival rate was 74 to 84%.

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  • Koutou (THE LARYNX JAPAN)

    Koutou (THE LARYNX JAPAN) 10(2), 57-61, 1998-12-01

    The Japan Laryngological Association

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