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Oral cancer and precancer: establishing a diagnosis.

British Dental Journal 1990 Februrary 11
In this article in the Oral Cancer series, consideration is given to the various factors that should be taken into account in deciding upon, and carrying out, a biopsy of potentially malignant lesions of the oral mucosa. The ways in which a biopsy specimen may be spoiled by incorrect handling are described, and advice is provided on the procedures to be followed when submitting such material to a pathology laboratory. Other methods of sampling tissues for diagnostic purposes are briefly reviewed, followed by an account of the main pathological features of oral cancer and precancer.

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