The contralateral tonsil should routinely be removed in cases of suspected or known unilateral HPV+ TSCC.
Articles tagged with "head and neck cancer"
Perioperative administration of oxandrolone resulted in objective improvements in prealbumin levels and subjective improvements in surgical wounds.
This particular study showed that an SUVmax ratio between tonsils >1.6 (62% sensitive, 100% specific) is highly suspicious and warrants biopsy.
In elective neck dissections for most HNSCC primary sites, level IIB nodes can be left intact, thus minimizing risk of damage to the spinal accessory nerve.
A look at the impact of delays in postoperative head and neck (HN) chemoradiotherapy on survival rates.
Sex does not play a prognostic role in HPV-negative OPSCC, and there are no differences in prognosis by race among HPV-positive or HPV-negative patients.
Survivors of head and neck cancers are at risk for delayed neurocognitive deficits for at least two years following radiotherapy or chemotherapy