Treatment of advanced laryngeal and laryngeal throat cancer - review of literature and own experience
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As many as 70-85% of laryngeal and laryngopharyngeal cancers are diagnosed at a high staging, comprising a great diagnostic and therapeutic challenge with influence on poor treatment results. Patients with advanced lesions, that is, stages III and IV, qualify for primary surgical treatment or chemoradiotherapy, depending on the clinical stage, poor prognostic factors and preferences of the patient. Reliable qualifications standards for treatment that would allow to establish homogenous therapeutic recommendations and improvement of treatment results in the group of patients have not yet been developed.
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