Category Archives: Oral Mucosa Cancer

In oral mucosal cancer, a distinction must be made between submucosal adenocarcinoma (located under the squamous epithelial mucosa) of the old intestinal mucosa (morsel conflict, right in, left out, handedness without significance) and squamous epithelial ulcer of the oral mucosa, which we touch with the tongue. The latter is always about a morsel that one wants to get rid of (spit out), either concerning partner or mother/child. In glandular tissue, the handiness is of no importance, in squamous epithelium it is.

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