OCCURRENCE OF SALIVARY GLANDS TUMOURS A FIFTEEN YEARS EXPERIENCE
AbstractThis is an analysis of 35 salivary gland tumours from local tumour registry1 showing early age female predilection. Twentyout of 35 (57.14%) cases were female. 15/35 (42.86%) cases were male. The ages ranged between 15 to 80 years withmaximum number of cases (21/35, 60%) in the age group below 40 years and mostly female (57%).
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