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Otorinolaringologia 2003 December;53(4):155-7

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Postirradiation: basaloid squamous cell carcinoma. A rare case report

Gupta A. K. 1, Jain A. 1, Vaiphei K. 2

1 Depart­ments of Otol­a­ryn­gology and ­Head and ­Neck Sur­gery Post­grad­uate Insti­tute of Med­ical Edu­ca­tion and ­Research Chan­di­garh, ­India
2 Depart­ment of ­Pathology Post­grad­uate Insti­tute of Med­ical Edu­ca­tion and ­Research Chan­di­garh, ­India


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Bas­aloid-squa­mous car­ci­noma is a ­highly aggres­sive var­iant of squa­mous ­cell car­ci­noma occur­ring in the ­hypopha­rynx, ­larynx and ­base of the ­tongue. We ­report a ­unique ­case ­involving the ­nasal ­cavity of a ­patient ­with a his­tory of radi­a­tion ­therapy for ­soft ­palate car­ci­noma, ­raising the pos­sibility ­that bas­aloid-squa­mous car­ci­noma can be radi­a­tion-­induced.

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