The hospital at which the cancer surgery is performed does seem to matter when it comes to the likelihood of survival.
Literature Reviews » Head and Neck
Regular nonsteroidal anti- inflammatory drugs use likely confers a statistically and clinically significant advantage disease-specific survival overall survival in patients with head and neck squamous cell carcinoma.
The advantages of TORS for early stage OPSCC may be a lower likelihood of postsurgical positive margins and subsequent need for adjuvant chemoradiotherapy.
A look at the cumulative effect of diagnostic steps for primary tumor identification in patients with head and neck squamous cell carcinoma of unknown primary.
Perioperative administration of oxandrolone resulted in objective improvements in prealbumin levels and subjective improvements in surgical wounds.
Intraoral ultrasound is useful in the evaluation of oral tongue malignancies when compared with histopathological methods.
Outpatient parotidectomies are associated with similar as well as decreased complication rates as compared with inpatient parotidectomies.