The sophisticated molecular biology methods used in the diagnosis of HPV-driven oropharyngeal tumors.
Diagnosing Human Papillomavirus
Source: ORL. Author s : Olinca, Maria; Mitran, Loredana Abstract: The infection with the human papillomavirus HPV is one of the most common infections related to cervical and oropharyngeal squamous cell carcinoma.
The rising number of oral HPV infection and the related pathology are correlated to the development of effective screening detection, with as good as possible cost-efficiency ratio.
We describe the present methods used, with a correlation with the clinical and histological features, starting with basic cytological and histological techniques and ending with high-throughput methods.
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