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Head and Neck Cancer

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nagrawal's version from 2017-01-15 22:50

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Question Answer
T1<2cm
T22cm-4m
T3>4cm
T4Invades Local Structures
N1One ipsilateral node <3cm
N2aOne ipsilateral node 3cm-6cm
N2bMultiple ipselateral nodes 3cm-6cm
N2cContralateral node <6cm
N3Any node >6cm
T1, additional intervention?Close observation
T2, additional intervention?Selective Neck Dissection
Mandibular resection type if tumor invades periosteum or abuts mandibleMarginal Mandibulectomy
Mandibular resection type if tumor invades the cortexSegmental Mandibulectomy
Keratocystic odontogenic tumor treatmentEnucleation and chemoablation
Advantage of tubed ALT vs JejunumBetter voice reproduction with tracheoesophageal voice production
Most common Parotid tumor in a childHemangioma
Most common Parotid tumor in an adultPleomorphic Adenoma
Most common Benign Mandibular tumorAmeloblastoma
Ameloblastoma tumor treatmentSegmental Mandibulectomy with reconstruction
What cell type give rise to Ameloblastoma?Odontogenic Epithelium
Most common Malignant Parotid tumorMucoepidermoid Carcinoma
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