Head and neck cancer patients experiencing care fragmentation are at increased risk of in-hospital mortality within 30 days of readmission
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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
TGDC cancer diagnosis compris- es a heterogeneous group that includes true TGDC cancer, pyramidal lobe primary, Delphian node metastasis, and indeterminate case
Emerging evidence shows that the demographic profile of groups at risk of oral HPV infections and OSCC is linked to cumulative exposure to oral sexual activity
The treatment of FA-associated HNSCC is difficult secondary to the poor tolerance of radiation and chemotherapy