ANALYSIS OF THE EPIDEMIOLOGICAL SITUATION OF MORBIDITY AND MORTALITY OF CANCER OF OROPHARYNGEAL ZONE IN TASHKENT REGION
Ganiev A. A.*, Abdikhakimov A. N., Svetitskiy P. V. and Isaev U. I.
Interest in the study of tumors of the head and neck (THN) is increasing every year, which necessitates the solution of the problems of the organization of epidemiological monitoring of this pathology. First of all, this is due to the unsatisfactory state of diagnostic and therapeutic and preventive work, in particular primary health care, from which the early diagnosis of this pathology begins. Because of the late diagnosis, a large number of patients turn to specialists directly involved in the treatment of this pathology in advanced stages, in which even the beginning of timely special therapy has sometimes unsatisfactory results. A large number of patients with THN are often referred to otorhinolaryngological, dental, surgical and other departments, losing so precious time spent on diagnosis and finding an accurate diagnosis.[1,2,3]
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