The publication by Gómez-Armayones et al.
1entitled “Risk factors for oral epithelial dysplasias to become malignant: clinical implications”, published in this journal, has motivated us to write this Letter to the Editor.
- Gómez-Armayones S.
- Chimenos-Küstner E.
- Arranz C.
- Tous S.
- Marquez S.
- Penín R.M.
- Quirós B.
- Taberna M.
- Alemany L.
- Servitje O.
- Mena M.
Risk factors for oral epithelial dysplasias to become malignant: clinical implications.
Int J Oral Maxillofac Surg. 2022; 51: 473-480
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Published online: August 29, 2022
Accepted: June 29, 2022
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