Publication Type:

Journal Article

Source:

ANZ J Surg (2017)

Abstract:

<p>Salivary gland cancers are a complex group of tumours with variations in location, type and grade, all of which influence their biological behaviour. The understanding of salivary gland pathology has evolved at the molecular level in the last decade leading to identification of distinct entities, development of improved methods of diagnosis as well as identifying therapeutic targets for selected high-grade tumours. This article focuses on these advances and their impact on the management of primary salivary gland cancers.</p>

Cite this Research Publication

J. Badlani, Gupta, R., Balasubramanian, D., Smith, J., Luk, P., and Clark, J., “Primary salivary gland malignancies: a review of clinicopathological evolution, molecular mechanisms and management.”, ANZ J Surg, 2017.

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