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However,arynx Preservation a total laryngectomy patient preferably with locally advanced laryngopharyngeal cancers who have received radical radiotherapy and chemotherapy significantly improved voice quality results in the 12 months after treatment with with patients who total laryngectomy total laryngectomy and surgical voice restoration, according to a study in the first February issue of the International Journal of Radiation Oncology Biology Physics, the official journal of the American Society for Therapeutic Radiology and Oncology.

The researchers found that the preservation of the larynx through chemoradiation not always voice quality exactly as it was before the tumor was present, but it did provide for significantly better voice quality results when the removal of the larynx compared with the operation. After 12 months of treatment, patients radiochemotherapy normal maximum phonation time and words ,, but less than normal jitter. – ‘This study is important because it patients the assurance if they undergo organ preservation, it is statistically proven that their voice will be better than if they operate Offers We can patient patient that their vote probably from the immediate recovery. Effects of chemoradiation, ‘said Kevin Harrington, clinical lecturer at the Institute of Cancer Research.Like other highlighter, the mere presence of of those early highlighter is not a definite diagnosis of heart infarctions , but is used as a diagnostic adjunct in combination with other diagnostic criteria to determine whether a cardiac infarction being uses at working, they say.

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