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Laryngeal Cartilages

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  • In the present work, the interaction of aggrecan, decorin and biglycan isolated from pig laryngeal cartilage and of the three squid cartilage proteoglycans with collagen type I and II was studied [13].
  • The MMPs of normal and malignant human laryngeal cartilage and of biopsy specimens were identified immunochemically and by zymography using gelatin or casein as substrates [14].
  • MATERIALS AND METHODS: The pretreatment CT studies of 119 patients with glottic SCC (T1, n=61; T2, n=40; T3, n=14; T4, n=4) treated with curative intent by radiation therapy were reviewed for tumoral involvement of specific laryngeal anatomic subsites (including laryngeal cartilages) [15].
  • 18 cases of primarily glottic laryngeal SCC were graded according to the criteria outlined by Jakobsson et al., and assessed for the presence of infiltration of laryngeal cartilage [16].
  • In general, overexpression of c-erb B-2 oncoprotein was related to the more aggressive tumors with high capability of invading laryngeal cartilages [17].


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