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Morphometric evaluation of AgNORs can help in identifying incipient cellular alterations in clinically normal-appearing oral mucosa adjacent to oral squamous cell carcinoma
Journal of Dental Research and Scientific Development
The value of silver staining of nucleolar organizer region (AgNOR) counts as a diagnostic aid and has been reported in several neoplastic entities. Previous studies have proven the value of the morphometric evaluation of AgNOR in the detection of incipient cellular alterations. Materials and Methods: Computer-assisted morphometric analysis of AgNORs was performed in normal oral mucosa and mucosa adjacent to oral squamous cell carcinoma (OSCC). Morphometric values were compared between the studydoi:10.4103/2348-3407.135071 fatcat:ojjqsppxhvfo7owcjeozycnk7e