Oral And Pharyngeal Cancer Causes - Oren Zarif


Oral and pharyngeal cancer are the types of cancer that are most often associated with the mouth. There are two different kinds of this type of cancer, although the symptoms may look the same to other people. They include adenocarcinoma, which originates from the adenoids, and carcinoma that originates in the tissues of the mouth. Because the symptoms of oral and pharyngeal cancer can be similar, it is important that you see your doctor if you suspect either one of these cancers.


The first sign to look for in cancer of the mouth is lumps. This could be located on the tonsils, the base of the tongue, or on the roof of the mouth. These could be a constant lump, or they can change in size. Other signs include a painful throat or hoarseness, or a sensation of fullness in the throat when swallowing. If you have one or more of these symptoms, it is wise to make an appointment with your doctor as soon as possible.


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Oral and pharyngeal cancer are also related to cancer of the lymph nodes. You may experience no symptoms for months or years, only to find out that your cancer has spread to your lymph nodes. Be aware that even if the cancer does not spread to your lymph nodes, the cancer may still be present in the back of your mouth, where it will continue to grow.


Oral and pharyngeal cancer are different from melanoma, which is a form of cancer that originates in the skin. Some symptoms of the two cancers can be confused with each other. If you have any kind of sore or tenderness on the inside of your wrist or elbow, it may be melanoma. However, if you notice a wart-like spot anywhere around your mouth or throat or any kind of tenderness in these areas, it is possible that you have oral cancer. It's important that you visit your doctor immediately so that he can perform tests to determine what type of cancer you have.


The most common method of determining the type of cancer that you have is through a procedure called a biopsy. A small hole is made in the skin, where the cancer cells are removed. Oral and pharyngeal cancer causes that are related to mucous in the mouth can be detected with this test. During this procedure, doctors use a magnifying glass to see any changes that they might find in the tissue. If cancer cells are detected, they can then be tested for malignancy.


Another way to detect oral cancer is by doing a biopsy of the tonsils. Tonsils are also part of the respiratory system and they can harbor a tumor. This kind of cancer typically responds well to chemotherapy, but it will depend on the type of cancer that you have. If you're unsure whether or not you have any oral cancer symptoms, it is important to contact your doctor immediately to schedule a routine exam.