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Rehabilitation strategies and results in patients treated with chemoradiotherapy/radiotherapy for head and neck cancer: Institutional  experience

Journal of Otolaryngology-ENT Research
Ankita Patel, Gaurav Goswami, Neha Gupta,Soumyahree Samanataray, Deepak Kumar Singh, Rafi, Anurag Dixit, SK.Singh, Anand Kumar, Swaroop Patel, Akhil Sareen


Oncologic treatments, such as Radio- therapy and Chemo-radiation, for head and neck cancer can cause long-term swallowing impairments (dysphagia) that negatively impact the Quality of life. Radiation-induced dysphagia consists of a broad spectrum of structural, mechanical, and neurologic deficits. The goal of this study is to understand the importance of Onco Rehabilitation during Radiation and Chemo-Radiation to minimize the incidence of Dysphagia during the Treatment, which ultimately causes delay in Overall Treatment Time (OTT).


Oral, cancer, Chemotherapy