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squamous epithelium

[′skwā·məs ‚ep·ə′thē·lē·əm]
(histology)
A single-layered epithelium consisting of thin, flat cells.
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Sarode, "Neutrophil-tumor cell cannibalism in oral squamous cell carcinoma," Journal of Oral Pathology & Medicine, vol.
After treatment, not only recurrence of the EPM but also of squamous cell carcinomas has to be kept in mind, as the latter frequently recur metachronously, necessitating rigorous follow-up.
Only one minor focus of coexisting squamous cell carcinoma was identified after an extensive tissue sampling.
Cakir et al., "Squamous cell and adenosquamous carcinomas of the gallbladder: clinicopathological analysis of 34 cases identified in 606 carcinomas," Modern Pathology, vol.
Older age and transplantation, fair skin type, high sun exposure, childhood sunburn, a history of skin cancer, and rejection episodes in the first, year of transplantation were all risk factors for developing squamous cell carcinoma.
It can be seen that squamous cell cancer was often mistaken for adenocarcinoma.
Prognosis for oral squamous cell carcinoma depends on the tumor's size and location, and whether the cancer has spread.
Squamous cell carcinoma has been reported in a variety of avian species, including psittacine birds,4-10 gallinaceous birds, (11,12) raptors, (13,14) a hornbill (Buceros biconus).
* The report reviews key players involved Head And Neck Cancer Squamous Cell Carcinoma therapeutics and enlists all their major and minor projects
* A review of the Recurrent Head And Neck Cancer Squamous Cell Carcinoma products under development by companies and universities/research institutes based on information derived from company and industry-specific sources
Out of the total 1498 cases Squamous cell carcinoma was found to be the most prevailing with 388 cases (26.08%) followed by Small cell carcinoma (19.08%) Adenocarcinoma (18.48%) Non- small cell carcinoma (16.73%) Carcinoid carcinoma (11.56%) undifferentiated carcinoma (4.23%) and large cell carcinoma (3.83%) as shown in Figure.1.
Digital squamous cell carcinoma (SCC) is relatively rare and may present a diagnostic challenge by mimicking benign conditions, such as verruca vulgaris and chronic paronychia.

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