Highlight the important points for clinical diagnosis of oral cancer.

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"– Symptoms vary according to the site of the lesion • painless in the early stages • painful and tender when secondarily infected or involves a sensory nerve • painless lump or ulcer on the lip • Posteriorly no symptom until it reach a size of 2-3 cm swelling, – pain and difficulty in deglutition • absence of symptoms until the tumor metastasize to regional lymph nodes – hard lump on the neck Source:http://in.docsity.com/en-docs/Tumours_of_Jaws_-_Oral_and_Maxillofacial_Surgery_-_Lecture_Slides_"
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The designation in the dynamics associated with an disease or perhaps additional issue aside study of the particular signs and symptoms
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