Head and Neck Tumors – An Analysis of First One Hundred Cases Managed at Maxillofacial Surgery Unit Mayo Hospital Lahore
Keywords:Head and neck tumors
A total of 100 cases of head and neck tumors were managed during period of three years. These included 61 males 39 females with age ranging from 4 years to 75 years, mean age being 41 years. Squamous cell carcinoma was the most common tumor i.e., 47 cases. It was followed by ameloblastoma i.e., 15 cases. Follow up of 72 cases was available, eight patients died during this study while rest of the cases i.e., 20 patients, did not show for follow up. Among 72 completion of this preliminary study. Reconstruction with regional or distant flaps was needed in 46 cases.
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