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Research Article

Alimentation Impact of Treatments of 254 Oropharyngeal Cancers (1998–2003)

Table 4

Statistical study of swallowing.

FactorsLiquid feedingPaste feedingNormal feeding
HRPHRPHRP

Sex1.044.9501.407.88751.306.6892

Age.0140.978.79130.985.8415
ASA.5703.3855.6020
 ASA II1.1911.2011.104
 ASA III0.9571.3760.854
Location.1087.5515.2292
 Lateral oropharyngeal wall3.6533.1663.187
 Tonsil4.2803.2242.163
 Tongue base4.1203.4112.312

T stage.2945.0417.0108
 T20.5900.680.565
 T30.690.8030.371
 T40.5690.4740.309

N stage.0187.0998.1647
 N10.8090.8220.812
 N2a0.410.7690.890
 N2b0.29861.1451.375
 N2c0.5870.4930.512
 N30.5370.4750.534
History of cancer.690.4348.0817

Induction chemotherapy0.451.0070.547.0420.544.057
Treatment.0003.0542.0037
 Hyosubglossoepiglottectomy0.3351.2440.290
 Lateral oropharyngectomy1.2092.4901.243
 Exclusive radiotherapy1.2272.9881.017
 Transoral approach2.444.9821.094
 Mandibular swing2.9433.0931.130
Reconstructio  .3362.1374.0743
 Pectoralis major flap0.8821.5622.017
 Sternocleidomastoid flap3.3953.8962.873
Postoperative complication1.259.36231.457.20312.028.028
Radiation dose on T1.012.79131.018.14171.013.2453
Radiation dose on N0.986.1190.981.04440.996.5902

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