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Tongue Cancer | Early stage cancer detection cure by minor surgery
 
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Video Q&A about HPV-related Tongue and Tonsil Cancer
 
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Daniel Ma, M.D., assistant professor in radiation oncology and an expert in treating head and neck cancer, and Eric Moore, M.D., professor of head and neck surgery, talk about tonsil and base of tongue cancer, human papilloma virus (HPV) and its relationship to cancers in the throat. To learn more, visit https://mayocl.in/2MWRmUq
Views: 21574 Mayo Clinic
Robotic Tongue Cancer Surgery-Mayo Clinic
 
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Fighting cancer is not easy. Chemotherapy, radiation and surgery can be very hard on your body. Take head and neck cancers, for example. These tumors are often hard to reach. Doctors have to cut through bones such as your jaw to reach them. Now, doctors at Mayo Clinic are using robots to access these cancers through your mouth, leaving face bones intact.
Views: 111469 Mayo Clinic
Endoscopy Cancer of The Tongue
 
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Endoscopy Cancer of The Tongue Squamous cell cancers of the head and neck are often considered together because they share many similarities - in incidence, cancer type, predisposing factors, pathological features, treatment and prognosis. Up to 30% of patients with one primary head and neck tumour will have a second primary malignancy.The oral cavity or mouth consists of two parts: the vestibule- which is the space between the lips and cheeks and the teeth and gums; and the mouth proper- which is internal to the teeth. The oral cavity refers to the entire contents of this area - including the cheeks, gums, teeth, tongue and palate. The functions of this region include ingestion and the first phases of digestion of food (mechanical destruction by the teeth through chewing), taste, respiration and the function of speech (the movements of the oral cavity and its components shape the sounds produced by the larynx into words).The tongue is a very mobile muscular organ that, at rest, fills most of the oral cavity. It has many roles including taste, chewing (mastication), swallowing (deglutition), speech and cleaning the oral cavity. Its major roles are to propel a bolus of food backwards and into the pharynx to initiate swallowing and forming words to enable communication. It arises from the floor of the mouth, partly in the oropharynx, and consists of muscles covered by mucous membranes. Cancer of the tongue is a malignant tumor that develops on the tongue or at the base of the tongue at the back of the throat. When cancer develops in the front portion of the tongue, it falls in to the category of Oral Cancer, while, cancer at the base of the tongue, is considered a part of Oropharyngeal Cancer. On the basis of the location of the tumor, the symptoms vary. Statistics say, the incidence of carcinoma tongue is higher in men, than in women; and is frequently detected in males over 40 years of age. There are a number of symptoms and clinical manifestations of tongue cancer; given below are features that indicate the presence of the disease: • One of the first tongue cancer symptoms to be noticed is a white / red patch on the tongue. The patch may be situated anywhere on the tongue. Occasionally, some people notice a white / red spot on the tongue. The spot is firm and has raised edges. With time, the patch grows in size and becomes firmer and harder. • The central portion of the patch is relatively soft and bleeds easily. Bleeding occurs when pressure is exerted over the cancer spots, during chewing, drinking or swallowing, and the spots break open. The cancer spot is extremely tender and can not endure pressure of any kind, thus resulting in easy bleeding. Unexplained bleeding is an important indication and tongue cancer symptom. • Pain while chewing and / or swallowing are other common manifesting tongue cancer symptoms. • Some individuals also develop an ulcer or a sore on the tongue, or within the oral cavity, which shows no signs of resolving or subsiding. • A continual sore throat is a major tongue cancer symptom. • Numbness in the tongue and mouth occur commonly. • Change in voice, rigid tongue with reduced movements, and bad breath are other associated tongue cancer symptoms. The patient also complains of difficulty in opening the mouth and the presence of a mass in the neck. • Occasionally, some people even complain of ear pain. • A lump at the back of the throat, enlarged neck lymph glands, unexplained and excessive weight loss, and an alteration in the way the dentures normally used to fit inside the mouth are frequently seen tongue cancer symptoms. In case you notice or experience any of these clinical features, you must visit your doctor / health care professional immediately. Never neglect these symptoms. Tongue cancer ought to be taken seriously, since the tumor tends to spread rapidly to the gums, jaws and throat. The effective and successful management of tongue cancer needs sufficient knowledge about the symptoms of the disease, and an early diagnosis of the condition. Some symptoms of carcinoma tongue are quite prominent, whereas some are hard to detect. Early diagnosis and prompt treatment is the only way to limit its progress. Depending on the size of the tumor and the extent of its spread, the treatment may comprise of surgery, chemotherapy and / or radiotherapy.
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Endoscopy Cancer of The Tongue
 
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Endoscopy Cancer of The Tongue Tobacco and alcohol use: Tobacco use (cigarettes, pipes, cigars, and smokeless tobacco) is responsible for most cases of oral cancer. Alcohol, particularly beer and hard liquor, are associated with an increased risk of developing oral cancer. Tongue cancers are malignant tumors, usually "squamous cell cancers", that can originate on any part of the tongue surface. These cancers are divided into those that arise in the oral tongue; the part of the tongue that resides within the oral cavity, and the 'base of the tongue', the part of the tongue that cannot be easily be seen during a typical oral exam. Tongue cancer is malignant tumor that develops when an unrestrained growth of cancer cells occurs in the tongue. It is a common form of oral cancer, and statistics state that the frequency of incidence in greater in males than in females. Tongue cancer is treatable if diagnosed during the early stages of the disease. Undetected and advanced cases spread rapidly to the mouth, throat, jaws and neck. Causes and risk factors for Tongue Cancer A host of risk factors are associated with the development of tongue cancer: • Smoking • Chewing tobacco • Excessive intake of alcohol • Ill fitting dentures • Acid reflux is also an important causative factor • Poor diet with a deficiency of vital nutrients • A weak immune system • Exposure to certain chemicals • HPV infection Tongue cancer is often grouped with other mouth cancers, such as cancer of the lips, hard palate, cheek lining, floor of the mouth (portion of the mouth underneath the front of the tongue) or gums. These cancers are collectively known as oral cavity cancer. Risk Factors The exact cause of tongue cancer is unknown. However, the following lifestyle factors may be related: Smoking cigarettes, cigars or a pipe Poor oral and dental hygiene Irritation of the mucous membranes in the mouth due to smoking and drinking Use of chewing tobacco, snuff or other tobacco products Heavy alcohol consumption Recently, human papilloma viruses (HPV), the same types that are associated with cervical cancer, have been linked to the development of tongue and tonsil squamous cell cancers. The link is very strong in patients with little or no history of smoking or alcohol abuse. The tumor biopsy can be sent for analysis to determine the presence of HPV; this is important because the presence of HPV may be associated with a much better prognosis. Symptoms If you have any of these symptoms do not assume it is due to tongue cancer. These symptoms may be caused by other conditions. Tell your doctor if you have any of these: Persistent tongue pain or ulcers Difficulty swallowing for a period of time Numbness or difficulty moving the tongue Change in speech (due to inability to move the tongue over the teeth when speaking) Pain when chewing and speaking Bleeding from the mouth or tongue Diagnosis Tongue cancer may be detected by your dentist during a routine dental cleaning, or by your doctor during a routine physical exam. To confirm diagnosis, your doctor will ask about your symptoms and medical history, and perform a physical exam. This may include: Examination of your tongue for lumps or masses Use of a fiberoptic scope-a thin tube with a tiny camera to examine the base of the tongue A tongue biopsy-removal of a sample of tongue tissue to test for cancer cells CT scan-a type of X-ray that uses a computer to make pictures of the mouth Chest X-ray to determine if the cancer has spread to the lungs Other imaging such as MRI or PET scanning Treatment Treatment depends on the stage of the cancer, as well as the size and location of the tumor. Surgery This is surgical removal of the cancerous tumor and nearby tissue, and possibly nearby lymph nodes. This is often the preferred treatment when the tumor is on the visible side of the tongue, when it is quite small (less than 2 cm), and when it is lateralized to one side and does not involve the base of the tongue. Radiation Therapy (or Radiotherapy) This is the use of radiation to kill cancer cells and shrink tumors. This method is used when the cancer is at the back of the tongue. Chemotherapy Chemotherapy is sometimes used with radiation to destroy the cancerous growth, especially if surgery is not planned. Rehabilitation and Follow-Up After treatment, your doctor may recommend: Therapy to improve tongue movement, chewing, and swallowing Speech therapy, if use of the tongue is affected Close monitoring of your mouth, throat, esophagus and lungs to see if the cancer has come back or spread Prevention To help reduce your chance of getting tongue cancer, take the following steps: Don't smoke or use tobacco products. If you do smoke or use tobacco products, get help to quit Avoid heavy alcohol consumption See your doctor regularly for check-ups and cancer screening exams
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Mouth Cancer, Charlie Rees -What Cancer looks like on my  TONGUE  diary 2
 
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How it was discovered and what the cancer looks like on my tongue. #mouthcancerawareness #youllnevershutmeup Please help me raise awareness by sharing and subscibing to my YOUTUBE CHANNEL and LIKING my FACEBOOK page https://www.facebook.com/charlieonhold/?ref=page_internal and following me on TWITTER @charlieonhold. Follow me on Instagram @Charlionhold1 Thank you, Charlie x
Views: 18917 Charlie Rees
Advanced Stage Oral Cavity Carcinoma : Ca Tongue (Exophytic growth)
 
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This video show Advanced Stage Oral Cavity Carcinoma (Ca Tongue) Exophytic growth on the right lateral border of tongue in old man . He presented with growth over tongue , bad breath & difficulty in swallowing since last 3 month . He was taking treatment from local ayurvedic doctor in village since last 2 month . He gives history of regular tobacco chewing since last 50 years . Examination show Tumour more than 4 cm in greatest dimension , invades deep muscles of tongue & bilateral neck lymph nodes involvement . Biopsy show squamous cell carcinoma of tongue . Patient is medically unfit for surgery due very low hemoglobin (5.3 gm/dl) & heart disease . Refer to oncologist for further management . Thanks ...
Tongue Cancer, Squamous Cell Carcinoma in Young People, Do you have it? Survive It!
 
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My website: www.wakeyourhealthup.com Book released soon! I will show you pictures of my tongue cancer. Tongue cancer images of a young non-smoker, non-drinker are not easy to find online, so here you go. This is a photo album which acts as a timeline starting from my cancer diagnosis Halloween 2011 until my recovery one year later 2013. The most important thing is to diagnose EARLY and you will have a successful journey getting it removed and living life again! For more tips on self-screening, check out my friends site: ww.sixstepscreening.org/oral-cancer/ Understanding the causative factors of cancer will contribute to prevention of the disease. Age is frequently named as a risk factor for oral cancer, as historically it occurs in those over the age of 40. The age of diagnosed patients may indicate a time component in the biochemical or biophysical processes of aging cells that allows malignant transformation, or perhaps, immune system competence diminishes with age. Very recent data (late 2008-2011) lead us to believe that the fastest growing segment of the oral cancer population are non-smokers under the age of fifty, which would indicate a paradigm shift in the cause of the disease, and in the locations where it most frequently occurs in the oral environment. The anterior of the mouth, tobacco and alcohol associated cancers have declined along with a corresponding decline in smoking, and posterior of the oral cavity sites associated with the HPV16 viral cause are increasing. However, it is likely that the accumulative damage from other factors, such as tobacco use, alcohol consumption, and persistent viral infections such as HPV, are the real culprits. It may take several decades of smoking for instance, to precipitate the development of a cancer. Having said that, tobacco use in all its forms is number one on the list of risk factors in individuals over 50. Historically at least 75% of those diagnosed at 50 and older have been tobacco users. This percentage is now changing, and exact percentages are yet to be definitively determined and published, as new data related to viral causes are changing the demographics very rapidly. When you combine tobacco with heavy use of alcohol, your risk is significantly increased, as the two act synergistically. Those who both smoke and drink, have a 15 times greater risk of developing oral cancer than others. More about tobacco and alcohol It does not appear that the HPV16 viral cause acts synergistically with tobacco or alcohol, and HPV16 represents a completely unique and independent disease process. Song in Video: The Prayer (Acroostic Mix) Jephté Guillaume Rough Guide To Global Dance Just after the 1st surgery: http://www.oralcancerfoundation.org/facts/index.htm Try my other videos for more info: just after surgery https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pju_5bmaEwo one year update: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pKxuCS-9fXc juicing for tongue cancer: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jWAKaIBpQsY
Views: 774016 Catherine Elliot
Cancer of Floor Of Mouth And Base Of Tongue- Excision Biopsy - Dr Paulose FRCS (ENT)
 
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Try a PRIVATE EMAIL CONSULTATION with ENT Surgeon Dr Paulose @ https://drpaulose.com/consult or download his latest book on Snoring & Sleep Apnea @ http://istopsnoring.com/ Dr Paulose: World Class ENT Plastic and Laser Surgeon. http://drpaulose.com Tumor excised from the floor of mouth using RF Coblator under GA in Jubilee Hospital Trivandrum. * How to get in touch with dr paulose? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SKcVUQ58CKM --- UPDATE --- If you have an ENT health related issues, we strongly recommend visiting any of the following links below. Main Site - http://drpaulose.com Email Consultation - http://drpaulose.com/consult Fix Appointment - http://drpaulose.com/fix Frequently Asked Question - http://drpaulose.com/faq Read About Dr Paulose - http://drpaulose.com/about
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Cancer Tongue in Women - How to Make The diagnosis? Dr Paulose FRCS (ENT)
 
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Try a PRIVATE EMAIL CONSULTATION with ENT Surgeon Dr Paulose @ https://drpaulose.com/consult or download his latest book on Snoring & Sleep Apnea @ http://istopsnoring.com/ If you have a lump on the side of the tongue that touches the teeth (lateral side), an ulcer that bleeds easily if bitten or touched need urgent attention to rule out Cancer. If it is on the base of tongue, the tumor is often difficult to see in the early stages so it is usually diagnosed when it is larger as there are few symptoms in the early stages. In later stages, the cancer may cause pain, a sense of fullness in the throat, difficulty swallowing, the feeling of a lump in the neck or throat, voice changes or ear pain. Careful history, examination including a biopsy of the lesion is mandatory. For more videos and details, go to http://drpaulose.com For Email Consultation, Please visit:http://drpaulose.com/consult For more details and free updates you may subscribe to : http://drpaulose.com --- UPDATE --- If you have an ENT health related issues, we strongly recommend visiting any of the following links below. Main Site - http://drpaulose.com Email Consultation - http://drpaulose.com/consult Fix Appointment - http://drpaulose.com/fix Frequently Asked Question - http://drpaulose.com/faq Read About Dr Paulose - http://drpaulose.com/about --- UPDATE ---
Views: 36823 Dr Paulose
Is the White Spot on My Tongue Cancer? | This Morning
 
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Dr Chris and Dr Ranj offer medical advice to callers.
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Do you have Tongue Cancer?
 
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My website: www.wakeyourhealthup.com Book released soon! I will show you pictures of my tongue cancer. Tongue cancer images of a young non-smoker, non-drinker are not easy to find online, so here you go. This is a photo album which acts as a timeline starting from my cancer diagnosis Halloween 2011 until my recovery one year later 2013. The most important thing is to diagnose EARLY and you will have a successful journey getting it removed and living life again! For more tips on self-screening, check out my friends site: ww.sixstepscreening.org/oral-cancer/ Understanding the causative factors of cancer will contribute to prevention of the disease. Age is frequently named as a risk factor for oral cancer, as historically it occurs in those over the age of 40. The age of diagnosed patients may indicate a time component in the biochemical or biophysical processes of aging cells that allows malignant transformation, or perhaps, immune system competence diminishes with age. Very recent data (late 2008-2011) lead us to believe that the fastest growing segment of the oral cancer population are non-smokers under the age of fifty, which would indicate a paradigm shift in the cause of the disease, and in the locations where it most frequently occurs in the oral environment. The anterior of the mouth, tobacco and alcohol associated cancers have declined along with a corresponding decline in smoking, and posterior of the oral cavity sites associated with the HPV16 viral cause are increasing. However, it is likely that the accumulative damage from other factors, such as tobacco use, alcohol consumption, and persistent viral infections such as HPV, are the real culprits. It may take several decades of smoking for instance, to precipitate the development of a cancer. Having said that, tobacco use in all its forms is number one on the list of risk factors in individuals over 50. Historically at least 75% of those diagnosed at 50 and older have been tobacco users. This percentage is now changing, and exact percentages are yet to be definitively determined and published, as new data related to viral causes are changing the demographics very rapidly. When you combine tobacco with heavy use of alcohol, your risk is significantly increased, as the two act synergistically. Those who both smoke and drink, have a 15 times greater risk of developing oral cancer than others. More about tobacco and alcohol It does not appear that the HPV16 viral cause acts synergistically with tobacco or alcohol, and HPV16 represents a completely unique and independent disease process. Song in Video: The Prayer (Acroostic Mix) Jephté Guillaume Rough Guide To Global Dance Just after the 1st surgery: http://www.oralcancerfoundation.org/facts/index.htm Try my other videos for more info: just after surgery https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pju_5bmaEwo one year update: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pKxuCS-9fXc juicing for tongue cancer: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jWAKaIBpQsY
Views: 8716 Catherine Elliot
Finding and Removing Tongue Cancer
 
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Early detection is critical in treating any type of cancer, particularly when it’s mouth cancer. Health experts say, where the cancer is found determines the type of treatment. Kevin Owen was diagnosed with a rare form of tongue cancer called squamous cell carcinoma. “I thought it was just a scar on the side of my tongue and it ended up being a carcinoma. I was shocked. I was scared.” Dr. Anthony Anfuso, a head and neck cancer surgeon on staff at Lee Memorial Health System, says tongue cancer can be found in two locations: on the front of the tongue, or at the base of the tongue where it’s difficult to see. “If you have cancer on the oral tongue that is going to be treated almost always with surgery. If you have it at the base of the tongue that would be a non-surgical treatment.” Regardless of where the cancer is found health experts say the two most common causes for the cancer are smoking or chewing tobacco or, like in Kevin’s case, a lesion on the tongue that won’t heal. “I had bit my tongue a number of times and I thought it was just a scar from biting my tongue, but then it started becoming circular and it started looking a little different,” said Kevin. A week after being diagnosed, Kevin underwent surgery to have the cancer removed. “If you catch a tongue cancer when it’s a small lesion and there are no involved lymph nodes you can surgically remove it and the lymph nodes. The prognosis is excellent. Well above 90 percent,” said Dr. Anfuso. Fortunately for Kevin, the cancer was caught and removed early. Health experts say patients who undergo surgery typically have a quick recovery where they are able to eat, drink, and talk normally within a few days. View More Health Matters video segments at leememorial.org/healthmatters/ Lee Memorial Health System in Fort Myers, FL is the largest network of medical care facilities in Southwest Florida and is highly respected for its expertise, innovation and quality of care. For nearly a century, we’ve been providing our community with everything from primary care treatment to highly specialized care services and robotic assisted surgeries. Visit leememorial.org
Views: 5586 Lee Health
Tongue Cancer Surgery
 
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Neck Dissection, Excision of primary tongue tumor, primary closure of tongue defect by Dr Swagato Chowdhury.
Views: 2032 Dr Swagato Chowdhury
SURPRISING SIGNS OF YOUR TONGUE THAT CAN REVEAL YOUR HEALTH CONDITION
 
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Your tongue actually has a bigger purpose than merely facilitating taste and allowing you to lick foods. It serves as a window to any deficiencies you might have, and it may physically manifest symptoms of various major underlying diseases. However, it remains one of the most neglected organs of our bodies. You will be surprised at the number of things your tongue might suddenly reveal, once you know what to look for.t 1. Bright red tongue -indicates to an infection in the body. Initially, only the tip of the tongue is red, and then the redness is transferred through the entire tongue, which shows inflammation of the blood.the 2. Red color on the tongue’s sides - is a sign of excessive consumption of spices and fatty foods, alcohol, and occurs in people who have irritable bowel syndrome.um 3. Blue tongue - is a sign of cyanosis, lack of oxygen in the body. It you experience such symptom you should immediately seek medical attention. It occurs when there is a disruption of the blood, heart failure and other factors.b 4. Black tongue - it occurs rarely and is a sign of an illness. It is most often a birth defect and is constant. However, black color of the tongue can occur when the tongue accumulates a lot of bacteria. In that case the tongue first gets yellow, brown, and finally black color.er 5. Yellow tongue - is extremely rare occurrence and it can indicate to a jaundice.of th 6. Purple tongue - is a sign of years of inflammation and may occur when there is a lack of vitamin B2 and in women who have heavy menstrual cycles. 7. Peeled tongue - it could mean that the body is completely exhausted and without energy, and can be an indicator of allergy and autoimmune diseases. 8. Pale tongue - may indicate to a problem with the digestive organs, feeling of cold, fatigue. 9. Dry tongue - indicates anemia and can cause problems with insomnia, memory loss, anemia, cracked lips and other.your
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What Your Tongue Says About Your Health
 
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Most of us don't think about our tongues on a daily basis. They’re one of those important body parts that are normally overlooked: until we eat something really hot. Just like other body parts, the tongue can show signs of sickness or trauma to tell us that something isn't right. Being able to recognize the seven signs associated with your tongue can help you know when something is wrong: If your tongue is cracked A crack in the middle of your tongue can develop with age. If you notice any small cracks in your tongue, they’re probably harmless. They can be passed down genetically. However, if the crack is accompanied by swelling of the face or lips, you should consult a doctor. It might be an indication of a rare disease called Melkersson-Rosenthal Syndrome. If your tongue is covered in a thick cheese-like lining A thick, white coating on your tongue is a sign of a fungal infection called oral candidiasis. It’s more common among children and teens, but it can also happen to people who wear dentures, who have a weak immune system, or are taking antibiotics. If one of these applies to you, visit you doctor to figure out how to treat it. If you have wounds on your tongue Your tongue can be wounded due to biting it or due to small ulcers. No one really knows why most ulcers appear, but stress and acidic foods can bring them on and make them worse. If the sores don't disappear within two weeks, make an appointment with your doctor. These sores can also be a sign of oral cancer. If your tongue has wavy edges If the edges of your tongue are wavy, that may mean that your tongue is swollen. Swelling makes it press against your teeth more. That normally happens when something else is wrong with your body, like allergies, a thyroid problem, fever, or dehydration. Go see your doctor to find out what may be causing the swelling. If your tongue is pink and a little bumpy Big news: If your tongue is pink and bumpy, you don't have any reason to worry. The small bumps on your tongue are called papillae. They grab your food and make it easier to eat. They’re where your taste buds are. These taste buds control whether you like or dislike certain foods. They’re what make you taste sweet and sour. If your tongue has white splotches White splotches that appear on the side or underneath your tongue may be a sign of leukoplakia, a reaction to a long term irritation on your tongue. Constant irritation makes the cells from the affected area multiply more than usual, creating a white splotch. It may not always be worrisome, but it may be the starting point for cancer to develop later on. Check with your doctor to make sure it's nothing serious. If your tongue is red and you have a fever If your tongue or your child’s tongue turns a deep shade of red and is accompanied by a high fever, contact your doctor immediately. It may be a sign of scarlet fever – throat infections with a rash – or Kawasaki disease, which affects the blood vessels. Kawasaki disease is an autoimmune, non-contagious disease that is found in children under eight years of age. If your child is experiencing these symptoms, take him to a doctor to make sure that he is treated correctly. Some images available on Wikipedia. ---------------------------------------- ▶ Subscribe to the channel - https://goo.gl/3tB19z ▶ Natural Cures en español - https://goo.gl/QcoLf2 ▶ नेचर क्योर्स - Natural Cures (Hindi) - https://goo.gl/okYDFd ▶ Mindfully Yours - https://goo.gl/qXiBjy Disclaimer: The materials and the information contained on Natural Cures channel are provided for general and educational purposes only and do not constitute any legal, medical or other professional advice on any subject matter. These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA and are not intended to diagnose, treat or cure any disease. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health provider prior to starting any new diet or treatment and with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition. If you have or suspect that you have a medical problem, promptly contact your health care provider.
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How to survive Tongue Cancer Radiation for Young People! Yes you can. Treatment, Side Effects
 
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Find out if you have squamous cell carcinoma as soon as possible! Don't wait or you could lose parts of your mouth, tongue and even face. Ask your dentist for a cancer screening! Website coming soon! Put your comments below or email me with what content you would find most helpful! Diagnosed with tongue cancer (squamous cell carcinoma) at the age of 30, I went through 35 doses of radiation and lived to tell you about it! If you or someone you know has radiation, this is a good place to learn about what you/they can expect. Spread the word and understand the jouney that you/they are about to embark on. Stay strong my friends! If you are interested in these or other health topics, please subscribe and email my youtube link to others that may be interested. Thanks for spreading the word. Together, we can change the way people think about health. It's time to wakeYOURhealthup.
Views: 27519 Catherine Elliot
Cancer Facts : Mouth Cancer Symptoms
 
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The main symptom of mouth cancer is a painless lump inside the mouth or on the tongue that seems to be getting larger and may bleed. Visit a dentist to identify mouth cancer symptoms with tips from a doctor in this free video on cancer. Expert: Dr. David Cathcart Bio: Dr. David Cathcart specializes in occupational medicine and has an in-depth knowledge of cancer, as well as experience dealing with cancer patients and treatment for multiple years. Filmmaker: Johnny Cathcart
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2 Main Reasons of Bumps on Back of Tongue
 
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Releev Oral Care Treatment http://amzn.to/1KJYLtX Bumps on back of tongue have many reasons to arise. There are 2 main reasons of bumps on back of the tongue. Visit http://www.medrition.com/2015/03/bumps-on-back-of-tongue.html for more information on how to avoid this tongue infection and also how to get rid of the bumps on back of tongue. Subscribe to Our Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCHluQwIdhcsqFSixEr78Xnw Follow us on Google+: https://plus.google.com/+Medritionhealth/about Learn what are the top reasons of bleeding gums https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IsIqRf4BYOo
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Sharp tooth causing Cancer tongue
 
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Sharp tooth (see left side) causing cancer of the tongue by chronic irritation
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Cancer of Tongue -Treatment - Dr Paulose FRCS (ENT)
 
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Try a PRIVATE EMAIL CONSULTATION with ENT Surgeon Dr Paulose @ https://drpaulose.com/consult or download his latest book on Snoring & Sleep Apnea @ http://istopsnoring.com/ Dr Paulose: World Class ENT Plastic and Laser Surgeon. http://drpaulose.com This young patient is having carcinoma lateral border of Tongue, biopsy was done elsewhere and reported Squamous cell carcinoma. Surgical Excision , neck dissection followed by radiation is done. * 1. Consider an email consultation for immediate answers - [Click Here] For Email Consultation 2. Come after two months, you can book an appointment - [Click Here] For Fixing Appointment *Please note- My routine operation lists are fully booked for the next 2 months. If yourself or your friends have any ENT related issues like Snoring, there is a booklet available on line . http://istopsnoring.com/ *Please watch the video and share it with your friends, if you may
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What CAUSES Tongue Cancer? Smoking, drinking, Sex, Kissing???
 
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Hello wakeyourhealthup Subscribers! I am busy writing a book for you entitled, "Wake your health up: A guide to life transformation written by a cancer-ridden athlete who became super human." In this book, I discuss the fun journey of beating cancer's butt one day at a time. I plan to get it published in 2015. Pre-orders will be available on my website soon. If you don't see the preorder link, please email me (catherine@wakeyourhealthup.com) However, until the book comes out, I will answer a question I have received a lot in the past 3 years; "How did you get tongue cancer?" Enjoy the video response and please leave comments below about what you would like to hear more about. Please share the link with friends, give me a thumbs up and subscribe if you haven't already. This let's me know you liked it and plus it's also a "thank you" if you could benefit from me working on it all day :) Let's support each other and become healthy one day at a time. Thank you for watching my video, giving a thumbs up, and subscribing! You are great! Yours in health, Catherine Elliot www.wakeyourhealthup.com
Views: 33281 Catherine Elliot
Tongue Cancer Symptoms How to Know If You Have It With 2 Ideas on Preventing It!
 
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http://utahtexans.com/ Click on the link above for a free video guide to dietary supplements and alternative medicine! Today I'm going to share with you the most common tongue cancer symptoms and some ideas on preventing this problem. Cancer really is a scary disease because it can strike anyone without warning, even if they are really healthy. Then it can rapidly spread causing all kinds of damage. Another danger is that it can be mistaken for a cold, an ulcer or a sore in the mouth area. One of the most typical warning signs is going to be pain in the region. This could be agony coming from the tongue directly or the jaw. This could make it difficult when it comes to swallowing, chewing and even talking. An additional tongue cancer symptom could include a lump or thickening on the tongue as well as a white or reddish patch in the area. Also a person might experience a sore throat that doesn't seem to go away. The million dollar question is when someone should see a physician about something that is troubling them. I feel it's best for someone get a checkup the moment they feel they might have something that is serious. Getting this checkup can give someone piece of mind and enable them to rest easier. If it is something serious then a person can deal with the problem right away, before it becomes more serious. Now that we know the warning signs of this problem let's go over a few ideas on preventing this problem from ever happening. 90% of people with tongue cancer or some people call it oral cancer use 1 specific ingredient and do you have any idea what that is? I'll give you a hint this ingredient causes many other kinds of health problems. The answer is tobacco. In fact smokeless tobacco such as “chew” increases the chance of getting any type of cancer in the mouth area by 50 times. Another idea to to prevent oral cancer is green tea. In a study done by M.D. Anderson Cancer Center 41 patients with oral cancer were either given green tea extract or a placebo. After 3 months 59% of the patients that took green tea experienced a reduction in the size of the tumor. To sum everything up the top tongue cancer symptoms include pain in the region. There might be a lump or thickening of the tongue. A white or reddish lump could be an indicator of cancer as well as difficulty when it comes to swallowing, talking or chewing. Other signs could be a persistent sore throat as well as pain with the jaw. To prevent tongue cancer a person should not use tobacco and drinking green tea can increase a person's chance of not getting this problem. Supplements and alternative medicine can be confusing and even harmful. Make things really simple and give your body a HUGE edge by viewing a free video guide I created at http://utahtexans.com/.
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Base of Tongue and Epiglottic Cancer - Voice Disorders
 
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This is a video clip of base of tongue and epiglottic cancer from the text "Voice Disorders, Second Edition" by Christine Sapienza, PhD, Bari Hoffman Ruddy, PhD. Written by leading specialists in voice, this book captures the science and art of clinical voice. A necessary book for every graduate student in the field of speech language pathology, this text provides a level of detail needed to assess and treat those with voice disorders. Supplemented with case studies and video examples relevant to the study of clinical voice pathology, this edition provides supplemental material for the educator as well as pragmatic tools for the student and clinician. Purchase "Voice Disorders, Second Edition" here: http://ow.ly/FiUYd
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Volunteers sought: People with HPV-positive tonsil and tongue cancers
 
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Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minn., is seeking volunteers for a clinical trial for patients with human papillomavirus (HPV) positive tonsil or tongue (oropharynx) cancer whose disease has not spread outside of the neck. Volunteers must be 18 years of age or older and must have never, or almost never, smoked. (For medical professionals: Less than a 10 pack-year smoking history or less than a 10-year history of tobacco product use.) This trial will combine minimally invasive surgical techniques with a less intense radiation therapy and chemotherapy course. The traditional course of treatment after surgery is six weeks of daily radiation therapy and possibly high-dose chemotherapy. This study will treat patients with two weeks of low-dose chemotherapy and twice-daily radiation. The purpose of the study is to find out if reducing treatment time and dosage can control the cancer while decreasing short-term and long-term side effects associated with treatment. For more information, visit http://clinicaltrials.gov/show/NCT01932697 or call 507-538-7623.
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HPV & Cancer: How the Base of the Tongue and Tonsils Are Affected
 
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Approximately 8 million people across the U.S. are infected with a virus called human papillomavirus (HPV). Not all of those infected will get cancer, but an increasing number will. Transmitted by kissing and intimate contact, HPV is a leading cause of base of tongue and tonsil cancer, so vaccination for prevention is key. Ted Teknos, MD, professor and chair, Department of Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery at The Ohio State University Comprehensive Cancer Center – James Cancer Hospital and Solove Research Institute touches on several treatment options, including surgery, though the best way to prevent HPV-related cancer is by receiving the HPV vaccine. To further develop treatment options, research is also happening at the OSUCCC – James around HPV-related base of tongue and tonsil cancer. A scientist at the OSUCCC – James has figured out how HPV causes cancer and has developed a drug that “turns off” the virus, which has been shown to be highly effective in the lab. The drug will be submitted to the FDA for approval later this year. Other research looks at the genetics of these tumors, and Dr. Teknos said immunotherapy is also key in targeting the tumors.
How the colour of your tongue reveals your health in Tamil - Signs Your Tongue in Tamil.
 
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Tongue cancer surgery
 
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Surgical resection and neck dissection followed by radiotherapy is the recommended treatment approach for tongue cancer (NCCN Guidelines). Subtotal and total resection of the tongue has severe functional consequences as the patient is subjected to fatal pneumonia (infection of lung) due to aspiration (passage of saliva and food into the trachea) and may need to have permanent tracheostomy (artificial opening into the neck for breathing) and gastrostomy ( artificial opening into the abdominal wall for feeding). So, reconstruction is mandatory in those patients. We used pectoralis major myocutaneous flap (muscle and skin from chest wall) for reconstructing the tongue and floor of mouth. Compartmental tongue surgery is a surgical technique in which we remove the susceptible areas of recurrence in the floor of mouth and muscle of tongue. Calabrese et al: Compartmental surgery in tongue tumours: description of a new surgical technique. Acta Otorhinolaryngol Ital 2009;29:259-264 H.S. Ong, T. Ji, C.P. Zhang: Resection for oral tongue squamous cell carcinoma: a paradigm shift from conventional wide resection towards compartmental resection. International Journal of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, Volume 43, Issue 6, June 2014, Pages 784-786
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How to Prevent Mouth Cancer|tongue cancer treatment options
 
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How to Prevent Mouth Cancer|tongue cancer treatment options Mouth (oral) cancer, a type of head and neck cancer, is any cancerous growth located in the oral cavity. As with any type of cancer, oral cancer is a serious medical condition that can lead to permanent injury or death. Although mouth cancer can occur in anyone, 75% or more of all mouth cancer can be linked to modifiable behaviors, such as tobacco use and excessive alcohol consumption. In order to avoid mouth cancer, you can take preventative measures. 1 Maintain a good oral care regimen. Maintaining a good oral care routine helps to reduce the risk of mouth cancer by preventing infections and other oral diseases. Brushing your teeth, flossing, and rinsing with mouthwash all contribute to an effective oral care routine. Repeated and long-term gum disease, poor oral hygiene, and missing teeth can lead to infections that put your mouth under high risk of cancer. Make sure you don’t have ill-fitting dentures or sharp, broken teeth that can cause repeated mouth irritation and increase your risk of mouth cancer. If you feel like your dentures get dislodged every time you speak or chew, it means that they do not fit well and have to be relined or replaced. Denture adhesives containing zinc can be toxic to the cells lining the mouth, and should be avoided. 2 Conduct oral self-examinations to check for any pre-cancer indicators. Irritation of tissues inside your mouth caused by dental trauma is one of the factors possibly associated with mouth cancer. You can check inside your own mouth using a hand mirror to look for any abnormalities that could be indicators of pre-cancer or cancer. Catching cancer early is one of the best ways to ensure you can treat it before real damage occurs. Check all the areas of your mouth, such as your gums, tongue (back and sides), lips, the insides of your cheeks, the roof of your mouth, and under your tongue. If you see any color changes, like white, red, or grey patches, you should visit your dentist for a check-up, as it may indicate a pre cancerous condition. Also, check for lumps, bumps, painful areas in your mouth. If you have an ulcer that is not healing, or if you have repeated ulcers in the same area, then visit your dentist immediately to get your mouth examined. Conducting a self-examination at least once a month for a few minutes is a good precaution to take against mouth cancer. 3 Visit your dentist regularly to get a professional opinion. Even better than giving yourself a self-examination, is allowing a dental professional to examine the state of your mouth. Dentists have been trained extensively in many varieties of mouth disease. Your dentist will be able to quickly and confidently assess the state of your oral health, and warn you if mouth cancer has developed or could develop. It is important to visit your dentist every 6 months for a complete oral checkup. You can also ask for an oral-cancer screening test if you are under high risk for cancer (for example, due to regular tobacco use). Your dentist will check the entire mouth and he/she will identify the precancerous changes in your mouth at early stage. These dental check ups are really important to reduce cancer risks, especially in tobacco and alcohol users. If pre-cancerous growths (Leukoplakia or Erythroplakia) are identified, your dentist or oral surgeon will remove the abnormal growth areas. SUBSCRIBE TO MORE VIDEOS
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HPV Positive Squamous Cell Carcinoma, Base of Tongue - Treatment, Week 1
 
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HPV Positive Squamous Cell Carcinoma, Base of Tongue - Treatment, Week 1
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Tongue Cancer
 
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Tongue cancer is a common and serious type of mouth cancer (oral cancer). Tongue cancer usually begins in the squamous cells that cover the surface of the tongue. When cancer forms in the front two-thirds of the tongue, it's classified as a type of oral cancer. Cancer that develops in the back third of the tongue is considered a form of throat (oropharyngeal) cancer.
Young Person with Tongue Cancer. Do you have it? Wake the health up
 
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I take you through my journey with Squamous Cell Carcinoma or Tongue Cancer. If you have a sore on your mouth like the ones in these images for over 2 weeks, you need to see a dentist. Even if you are young and don't smoke or drink alcohol, you should still get it checked out. If it is cancer, the sooner you know, the quicker you can get help and and maybe even save your tongue. This is a photo album which acts as a timeline starting from my cancer diagnosis Halloween 2011 until my recovery one year later 2013. The most important thing is to diagnose EARLY and you will have a successful journey getting it removed and living life again! Understanding the causative factors of cancer will contribute to prevention of the disease. Age is frequently named as a risk factor for oral cancer, as historically it occurs in those over the age of 40. The age of diagnosed patients may indicate a time component in the biochemical or biophysical processes of aging cells that allows malignant transformation, or perhaps, immune system competence diminishes with age. Very recent data (late 2008-2011) lead us to believe that the fastest growing segment of the oral cancer population are non-smokers under the age of fifty, which would indicate a paradigm shift in the cause of the disease, and in the locations where it most frequently occurs in the oral environment. The anterior of the mouth, tobacco and alcohol associated cancers have declined along with a corresponding decline in smoking, and posterior of the oral cavity sites associated with the HPV16 viral cause are increasing. However, it is likely that the accumulative damage from other factors, such as tobacco use, alcohol consumption, and persistent viral infections such as HPV, are the real culprits. It may take several decades of smoking for instance, to precipitate the development of a cancer. Having said that, tobacco use in all its forms is number one on the list of risk factors in individuals over 50. Historically at least 75% of those diagnosed at 50 and older have been tobacco users. This percentage is now changing, and exact percentages are yet to be definitively determined and published, as new data related to viral causes are changing the demographics very rapidly. When you combine tobacco with heavy use of alcohol, your risk is significantly increased, as the two act synergistically. Those who both smoke and drink, have a 15 times greater risk of developing oral cancer than others. More about tobacco and alcohol It does not appear that the HPV16 viral cause acts synergistically with tobacco or alcohol, and HPV16 represents a completely unique and independent disease process. Song in Video: The Prayer (Acroostic Mix) Jephté Guillaume Rough Guide To Global Dance Just after the 1st surgery: http://www.oralcancerfoundation.org/f... Try my other videos for more info: just after surgery https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pju_5... one year update: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pKxuCS... juicing for tongue cancer: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jWAKaI...
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Cancer dies when you eat these 5 foods time to start eating them ! 5 Anti Cancer Foods
 
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Cancer is multifaceted, and generally treated with big pharma products, like chemicals, radiation, and chemotherapy. What if there were foods that naturally killed cancer ? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zpHcLxD8Drk Please subscribe and watch this video until the end to know the complete information. These are the 5 foods that help get rid of cancer cells developing in our bodies. 1. THE BLUEBERRY And RASPBERRY EFFECT. Blueberries and raspberries are plants that are well known by their anti cancer capabilities, especially when it comes to ovarian cancer. Phytochemicals are the reason why they have their dark hue. and the secret of their effectiveness, which are proven to be great for cancer prevention. 2. GREEN TEA. Tea is the best source of catechins in the human diet, and green tea contains about three times the quantity of catechins found in black tea. In laboratory studies, green tea has been shown to slow or completely prevent cancer development in colon, liver, breast and prostate cells. 3. THE TOMATO EFFECT. According to recent Harvard research, there is up to 50% reduction in chances for prostate cancer in people who regularly ate cooked tomatoes. It was proven that tomatoes are incredibly effective in inhibiting the angiogenesis, and the reason why this fruit is so effective is that they contain high amounts of a substance called lycopene, which has strong anti angiogenic properties. In addition, lycopene concentration increases when it is subjected to higher temperatures. That is why cooked tomatoes are very effective when it comes to stopping cancer growth. 4. DARK CHOCOLATE. For many people this is almost unbelievable. Dark chocolate is an incredibly tasty dessert, which also happens to be incredibly healthy to eat, it is good for your heart condition, your overall happiness and also for fighting cancer cells. 5. TURMERIC. This plant has various health benefits, and it is well known by the effectiveness in fat reduction, turmeric is also used as a preventive measure against cancer. It seems to be able to kill cancer cells and prevent more from growing. It has the best effects on breast cancer, bowel cancer, stomach cancer and skin cancer cells. Thanks for watching. please like, comment, subscribe and share with your friends and family.
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Tongue cancer
 
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Tongue cancer is a common and serious type of mouth cancer (oral cancer). Tongue cancer usually begins in the squamous cells that cover the surface of the tongue. When cancer forms in the front two-thirds of the tongue, it's classified as a type of oral cancer. Cancer that develops in the back third of the tongue is considered a form of throat (oropharyngeal) cancer.
Carcinoma tongue powerpoint presentation
 
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Malignancies of the tongue represent one of the greatest management challenges for the head and neck oncologist because of the adverse effects of treatment on oral and pharyngeal function, the eventual quality of life, and the poor prognosis of advanced disease. Because of their location, routine detection is possible early in their presentation. Early on, by mimicking the common presentation of benign oral cavity pathology, delay in diagnosis is also all too frequent. The unique behavior of these tumors requires vigilance and aggressive management to minimize the risk of locoregional spread. The tongue is the most common intraoral site of cancer in most countries. The worldwide incidence of oral cancer varies widely, in view of the spectrum of risk factors. Because of this variability, cancer of the tongue is a serious public health problem with significant mortality and morbidity. Cancers of the oral cavity represent 2% of all cancers diagnosed annually in the United States. The disease affects males more frequently than females, with a male-to-female ratio of 2:1. In Europe and Australia, the incidence of oral cavity cancer is very low, accounting for less than 5% of all cancers. In France (male incidence rates up to 8 per 100,000 per annum), it is the third most common cancer in males and the second most common cause of death from cancer. In the United States, 10,530 new cases of tongue cancer were reported in 2009, with an estimated 1,900 deaths. This incidence variability may relate to different societal habits, such as chewing betel nuts and habitual reverse smoking observed in Asia and the higher incidence of smoking and alcohol intake in certain European countries. Source:https://emedicine.medscape.com/article/847428-overview Credits: Various internet source for images. The author formerly worked as an assistant professor in Surgery for 5 years.The powerpoint presentations were used for undergraduate teaching at a reputed medical college and were well recieved because of its simplicity and concept oriented approach. This effort is aimed to reach out to students of medicine and surgery worldwide. Disclaimer: The topic has been concised to keep it short yet informative. This may not cover the recent advances . contact : drsunaybhat@gmail.com
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Surviving Oral Cancer - The Patient Perspective
 
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Dentists and dental hygienists who give a presentation on oral cancer are welcome to share this 5-minute testimony by Stage IV survivor Eva Grayzel
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Leukoplakia-White Patch Tongue Removed by Co2 Laser - Dr Paulose FRCS (ENT)
 
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Try a PRIVATE EMAIL CONSULTATION with ENT Surgeon Dr Paulose @ https://drpaulose.com/consult or download his latest book on Snoring & Sleep Apnea @ http://istopsnoring.com/ Leukoplakia is a potentially malignant lesion in the oral mucosa. Smoking and betel quid chewing are associated with increased risk of leukoplakia in this part of the world.Here an young man undergoes laser removal of the white patch on the lateral border of tongue, after taking a biopsy. * For Email Consultation, Please visit:http://drpaulose.com/consult For more details and free updates you may subscribe to : http://drpaulose.com * (Jubilee Hospital Trivandrum Kerala South India Tel. 0471 3080300 , 0471 233 4561 UPDATE: If you like to see over 1,500 more advanced surgical videos, categorized & or --- UPDATE --- If you have an ENT health related issues, we strongly recommend visiting any of the following links below. Main Site - http://drpaulose.com Email Consultation - http://drpaulose.com/consult Fix Appointment - http://drpaulose.com/fix Frequently Asked Question - http://drpaulose.com/faq Read About Dr Paulose - http://drpaulose.com/about --- UPDATE ---
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Cancer Stole Half of his Tongue but his still believe in life and  singing
 
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Cancer Stole Half of his Tongue but his still believe in life and singing .!! If this doesn't bring you to tears, nothing will. He lost half of his tongue and his lymph nodes to cancer, but that isn't stopping him at all. This heartwrenching performance is beautiful .GOD BLESS HIM
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Tumours of Oral Cavity : Tongue Cancer
 
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This video show oral cavity cancer on lateral border of tongue . Old Lady presented with non-healing ulcer on right lateral border of tongue since last 20 days . Induration of the surrounding tissue present for 0.5 cm & lymph node in neck is not palpable . She gives history of mild pain locally at the site of ulcer & continuous dental trauma . No history any tobacco addiction . Biopsy was done & came positive for carcinoma . Treatment options : Surgical excision with prophylactic neck dissection Radiotherapy including the neck nodes Combined . Thanks .... Good Day .
Hear Marie LePage speak without a tongue due to Oral Cancer
 
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Children's Librarian Marie LePage tells her Oral Cancer story
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Teresa Phillips Singing after tongue cancer surgery
 
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Testimony & Song, 2 months after (cancer) partial tongue removal. I Know Who Holds Tomorrow March 2014
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Throatscope Lighted Tongue Depressor Lights Up Your Mouth -  sore throat, cancer sores, strep throat
 
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http://www.Throatscope.com – Throatscope is the first lighted tongue depressor to make it easy to see what’s going on inside your mouth. No more trying to look in with your phone’s flashlight. Throatscope’s light guide tongue depressor lights up your mouth from within! Great mouth light for giving yourself or your child a mouth exam for identifying sore throat, canker sore, strep throat symptoms, and throat cancer symptoms. Go to the website today or get yours at your local CVS pharmacy!
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Tongue problems in Hindi
 
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Eat To Fight: Sore Mouth, Throat, and Tongue
 
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When you are faced with a cancer diagnosis, nutrition is an important part of your journey. Sore mouth, throat, and tongue are common side effects of cancer treatment. In this video, learn how to “eat to fight" sore mouth, throat, and tongue. Many side effects of cancer treatment can be managed by changing what and how you eat. Use the quick and easy tips in this video to manage sore mouth, throat, and tongue. Good nutrition before, during, and after treatment can help you feel better, maintain your strength, and speed your recovery.
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