The nasopharynx is an upper part of the pharynx, connecting the nasal cavity above the soft palate with a primary function that allows us to breathe through the nose.
Nasopharyngeal cancer is a medical condition characterized by irregular cell growth in the tissues of the nasopharynx.
A recent joint study led by the Bharati Vidyapeeth Deemed University Dental College & Hospital suggested that cranberry extract may be potent to inhibit oral cancer.
According to the TNM system, nasopharyngeal cancer can be classified into stages depending on the size and location of the tumor.
* TX is the stage that the primary tumor cannot be found.
* T0 is the stage that the primary tumor cannot be measured.
* T1 is the stage that the tumor has not spread beyond the nasopharynx.
* T2 is the stage that the tumor extends into the soft tissue of the middle throat.
* T3 is the stage that the tumor has extended into the bone structure or into the area behind the nose.
The study included 3 dose-related of parameters GI50, TGI, and LC50 of cranberry extract used in a number of oral cancer cell lines compared to Chlorhexidine (CHX).
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(1) Anticancer activity of chlorhexidine and cranberry extract: an in-vitro study.
Khairnar MR1, Wadgave U1, Jadhav H2, Naik R. (PubMed)