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The incidence of oral squamous cell carcinoma remains high. Oral and oro-pharyngeal carcinomas are the sixth most common cancer in the world. Several clinicopathological parameters have been implicated in prognosis, recurrence and survival, following oral squamous cell carcinoma. In this retrospective analysis, clinicopathological parameters of 115 T1/T2 OSCC were studied and compared to recurrence and death from tumour-related causes. The study protocol was approved by the Joint UCL/UCLH committees of the ethics for human research. The patients' data was entered onto proformas, which were validated and checked by interval sampling. The fields included a range of clinical, operative and histopathological variables related to the status of the surgical margins. Data collection also included recurrence, cause of death, date of death and last clinic review. Causes of death were collated in 4 categories (1) death from locoregional spread, (2) death from distant metastasis, (3) death from bronchopulmonary pneumonia, and (4) death from any non-tumour event that lead to cardiorespiratory failure. The patients' population comprised 65 males and 50 females. Their mean age at the 1st diagnosis of OSCC was 61.7 years. Two-thirds of the patients were Caucasians. Primary sites were mainly identified in the tongue, floor of mouth (FOM), buccal mucosa and alveolus. Most of the identified OSCCs were low-risk (T1N0 and T2N0). All patients underwent primary resection +/- neck dissection and reconstruction when necessary. Twenty-two patients needed adjuvant radiotherapy. Pathological analysis revealed that half of the patients had moderately differentiated OSCC. pTNM slightly differed from the cTNM and showed that 70.4% of the patients had low-risk OSCC. Tumour clearance was ultimately achieved in 107 patients. Follow-up resulted in a 3-year survival of 74.8% and a 5-year survival of 72.2%. Recurrence was identified in 23 males and 20 females. The mean age of 1st diagnosis of the recurrence group was 59.53 years. Most common oral sites included the lateral border of tongue and floor of mouth. Recurrence was associated with clinical N-stage disease. The surgical margins in this group was evaluated and found that 17 had non-cohesive invasion, 30 had dysplasia at margin, 21 had vascular invasion, 9 had nerve invasion and 3 had bony invasion. Severe dysplasia was present in 37 patients. Tumour clearance was achieved in only 8 patients. The mean depth of tumour invasion in the recurrence group was 7.6 mm.An interesting finding was that 5/11 patients who died of distant metastasis had their primary disease in the tongue. Nodal disease comparison showed that 8/10 patients who died of locoregional metastasis and 8/11 patients who died from distant metastasis had clinical nodal involvement. Comparing this to pathological nodal disease (pTNM) showed that 10/10 patients and 10/11 patients who died from locoregional and distant metastasis, respectively, had nodal disease. All patients who died from locoregional and distant metastasis were shown to have recurrence after the primary tumour resection. Squamous cell carcinoma of the oral cavity has a poor overall prognosis with a high tendency to recur at the primary site and extend to involve the cervical lymph nodes. Several clinicopathological parameters can be employed to assess outcome, recurrence and overall survival.
Airlines often state the maximum allowable size of their carry-on and checked baggage as "Maximum Linear Dimensions", also known as "Linear Length". What does this mean? The linear dimensions, or total linear length, of your luggage are the sum total of the length, width, and height of your suitcase. This number may not exceed the "Maximum Linear Dimensions" allowed by your airline, typically 62 inches (158cm) for most airlines.
This number, the total of all three measurements that you took, must be less than or equal to the Maximum Linear Dimensions that your airline allows. Usually, that means the Total Linear Length cannot exceed 62 inches or 158cm for checked baggage.
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If you're traveling with a child younger than 2 who does not occupy their own seat, one additional piece of baggage can be checked in on top of your allowance. The size and weight of the additional piece should conform to normal bag rules; otherwise excess baggage fees may be incurred.
Bags with total linear dimensions (length + width + height, including wheels and handle) that exceed 80 inches (203 cm) but are less than 115 inches (292 cm) can be checked in provided they can be loaded in the cargo compartment of the aircraft used.
If you are travelling with sports equipment you can include it as part of your checked baggage allowance, but this is subject to requirements. Each item must be checked in as one piece and you will incur charges for any additional baggage. To add sports equipment to your booking, go to the Qantas website and click manage booking.
If you are shipping sports equipment such as surfboards, surf skis and windsurfers (sailboards) you may not be able to count this towards checked baggage and instead will need to send it as freight. Freight charges will apply.
Delta Airlines (DL) will charge $200.00 USD extra for bags that are from 63 to 115 linear inches or from 160 to 292 centimeters on U S domestic flights. Bags greater than 115 linear inches or 292 centimeters will not be accepted as checked baggage / hold luggage.
Sports equipment such as skis, golf bags, fishing equipment, hockey, and lacrosse equipment will be accepted up to Delta Airlines' (DL) size and weight limits and will count as one checked bag/hold bag. Associated fees might be applied.
Golfing EquipmentGolfing equipment contained in NOT more than one golf bag which may include golf balls and a pair of golf shoes, may be included in free checked Baggage allowance. If in excess, it shall be charged 50% of the applicable excess baggage charges.Bowling equipmentOne item of bowling equipment consisting of one bowling ball, one bowling bag, and one pair of bowling shoes will be counted as one piece at 158cm (62 inches) and may be included in the free checked Baggage Allowance. If in excess, applicable excess baggage charges shall apply
BicyclesOne non-motorized touring/racing single-seat Bicycle may be included in the free checked Baggage Allowance. If in excess, applicable excess baggage charges charges shall apply.
Only 01 piece of hand baggage having maximum weight of 8 Kg is permitted.Effective 01st November 2019, excess weight over and above the allowed free hand baggage allowance of 8 kg will be charged at INR 500 /Kg( GST extra) for Domestic Sectors. For travel ex and into India to US/UK/EUR/Australia/Canada charges are USD 40/Kg (GST extra) . For all other international sectors for travel ex and into India USD 15/Kg(GST extra) will be charged. Maximum permissible hand baggage after paying excess charges must not exceed 10 kg including Duty Free items.In case the hand baggage weighs more than 10 kg, the same will not be allowed in the cabin and has to be checked in as registered baggage.
Hand baggage allowance for First and Business Class - 01 piece not exceeding 12 Kg.Maximum permissible hand baggage must not exceed 12 kg including Duty Free items. Excess weight over and above the allowed free hand baggage allowance of 12 kg will be charged as given below . In case the hand baggage weighs more than 12 kg, the same will not be allowed in the cabin and has to be checked in as registered baggage.
For a comfortable journey, we suggest that most items are placed in your checked-in baggage. Items of value /importance, those required by you on-board the aircraft or required in connection with the journey should be carried in your hand baggage or on your person.
If you have been involved in an accident, you do not have to appear in Court unless you are subpoenaed. If you have been subpoenaed to Court below is some information that may be helpful: The courtroom doors will open approximately fifteen (15) minutes prior to the start of the court session.
On average, a court session lasts about two (2) hours. Usually, more than one case will be scheduled on a court calendar, but all cases scheduled will be dealt with at some judicial level on their court date.
The Solicitor will call the cases according to the offenses rather than in alphabetical or numerical order.
Once you have checked into the courtroom, please notify the Bailiff before you leave the courtroom for any reason.
If you need to give your employer proof of your time here, you can provide your employer with a copy of your witness subpoena.
If for some reason the case you are called to be a witness on is continued, you will receive a new subpoena by mail.
In civil cases witnesses are paid a fee according to Georgia law. However, in criminal cases witnesses are not paid a fee as this is a civic duty.
If you have been involved in an accident and the person cited for the accident does not have insurance, please contact the Recorder's Court Clerk's Office at 770-822-8815. After you have spoken with a clerk, who has received some basic information of the accident from you, he/she will forward you to the Solicitor's Office for further investigation of the case.