HNSGA are locally aggressive tumors that most commonly occur on the face. Their presence predicts poorer outcomes.
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The current recommended MRI surveillance schedule includes MRIs at one, five, and 10 years postoperatively
Progressive resistance training is also associated with high patient satisfaction
Nearly 40% of study participants cited unexpected treatment costs cancer care
Graves disease is the only indication in which patients undergoing thyroidectomy are at increased risk of postoperative hematoma formation
However, there was no significantly different incidence of CBNM between HPV-positive and HPV-negative patients
Head and neck cancer patients experiencing care fragmentation are at increased risk of in-hospital mortality within 30 days of readmission