There is a clear need for further research on genetic alterations underlying the rising incidence of HNSCC in low-risk, nontraditional patients.
Literature Reviews » Head and Neck
Depression at time of treatment planning appeared to be as important a predictor of two-year survival as traditional clinical prognostic indicators.
There is inadequate evidence to develop a standardized protocol for optimal anticoagulation therapy in patients undergoing free flap reconstruction of the head and neck.
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