Oral potentially malignant disorders – how common are they?

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This review of the prevalence of oral potentially malignant disorders included 22 observational studies providing a pooled estimate for prevalence of 4.47% (95% CI;2.43-7.08).

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Oral potentially malignant disorders and impact on quality of life

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14 studies were included in this review of the impact of oral potentially malignant disorders of the quality of life. However, they were mainly focused on oral lichen planus, so they provide little evidence for the impact of the wide range of OPMDs on the quality of life.

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Photodynamic therapy: review finds insufficient evidence of its effectiveness for oral premalignant lesions

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This review of photodynamic therapy (PDT) for oral premalignant lesions only identified a small number of poor quality studies that provide insufficient evidence for the effectiveness of PDT for the management of oral premalignant lesions.

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