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In conclusion, having information about the CB level variations is important for carotid endarterectomy, catheterizations, radical neck dissections, vascular aneurysms, and vascular surgical interventions in the neck.
29-32) In our study also total thyroidectomy were performed in 20 cases, total thyroidectomy with modified radical neck dissection in 2 cases and total thyroidectomy with central node dissection in 3 cases.
Key Words: Complication Modified Radical Neck Dissection Squamous cell Carcinoma.
I had a selective neck dissection operation last December and I was warned it might end up being a radical neck dissection, depending on what they found when I was on the operating table.
The patient was a 35-year-old gentleman who had had total laryngectomy and left radical neck dissection for T2N2M0 squamous cell hypopharyngeal carcinoma, followed by radiotherapy (5000 Rad) and chemotherapy one year ago and chemotherapy in 2005.
Ischemic optic neuropathy is an uncommon complication of a variety of procedures including CABG, cholecystectomy, radical neck dissection, (1) spinal fusion, (2) endoscopic sinus surgery, (3) and liposuction.
Patient A is a 61-year-old male who 10 years previously underwent a laryngectomy, left radical neck dissection, and tracheostomy for invasive squamous cell carcinoma of the larynx.
Subcutaneous emphysema in the face and neck and pneumomediastinum are uncommon complications of trauma to facial bones, trachea-bronchial tears, esophageal laceration, radical neck dissection, and dental extraction.
In addition, I was to have what is known as a radical neck dissection, where the lymph nodes in the left side of my neck and left shoulder would be removed and sent off for testing.
The LigaSure Precise[TM] instrument is specifically designed for general surgery procedures of the head and neck, such as thyroidectomies and radical neck dissection.
1,3,5] Radical neck dissection and postoperative radiation are not uniformly employed.
Two patients who had regional recurrence have undergone modified radical neck dissection type II with 100% salvage rates.