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구강편평세포암종 환자에서의 혈액 점도와 혈액 변형성 변화에 대한 연구 : CHANGE OF BLOOD VISCOSITY AND DEFORMABILITY IN ORAL SQUAMOUS CELL CARCINOMA PATIENTS

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Authors

윤필영; 명훈; 이종호; 정필훈; 김명진

Issue Date
2004
Publisher
대한구강악안면외과학회
Citation
대한구강악안면외과학회지 30(3):181-185
Keywords
Oral squamous cell carcinomaBlood viscosityBlood deformability
Abstract
Malignant tumor have hypoxic cell fraction, which makes radio-resistant and hypoxia in tumor is a result from the blood flow decrease caused by increase in blood flow resistance. Blood viscosity increase is major factor of increased blood flow resistance and it could be attributed to the decrease in blood deformability index. For the evaluation of the change of blood viscosity and blood deformability in oral squamous cell carcinoma, we perform the test of the change of those factors between the normal control group and oral squamous cell carcinoma cell patient group. Relative viscosity measured against distilled water was for normal control group, and for the SCC patient group and there was statistical significance between the groups. However, there was no significant difference between the groups in blood viscosity between the groups by tumor size (T1+T2 vs T3+T4). Also, there was no significant difference between the normal control group and SCC patient group in blood deformability index and between the groups by tumor size (T1+T2 vs T3+T4). Increase in blood viscosity was confirmed with this study and it can be postulated that modification blood viscosity might contribute to decrease of hypoxia fraction in oral squamous cell carcinoma, thus improve the effect of radiotherapy and it can be assumed that the main factor of blood viscosity increase is not decrease of blood deformability in oral squamous cell carcinoma.
ISSN
1225-1585
Language
Korean
URI
https://hdl.handle.net/10371/47584
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