Oral isotretinoin as chemoprophylaxis for patients treated for oral cavity squamous cell carcinoma, in situ disease, or dysplasia may be beneficial in decreasing recurrence rate
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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
Larynx-preserving surgery alone and larynx-preserving surgery with radiation were associated with improved survival compared to radiation alone.
Individual frozen section reads are highly accurate, but negative intraoperative margins do not guarantee margin-negative resection
High complication rates and a lack of proven best approaches suggest tailoring the approach to address the potential risks based on location and severity