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Why is interest in partial laryngeal surgery growing again today? Similar outcomes, although worse functionally, can be achieved in radio-recurrent or TLM-recurrent patients, determining inclusion of these procedures as a salvage option in selected patients. Great variability is still observed in functional results, making research seeking a wide consensus on rehabilitation after OPHLs the field most likely to witness extensive improvements for the patient.
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Practical Guide to Neck Dissection: Focusing on the Larynx
The reader is guided through the various cervical structures in a series of chapters depicting the methods employed by surgeons operating in vivo.
Practical Guide to Neck Dissection - Marco Lucioni - Bok () | Bokus
The illustrations provide an overview of all surgical anatomy relevant to the treatment of oncologic patients. Compared with the first edition, revisions have been made when appropriate and an important new chapter has been added on microscopic anatomy and laryngeal cancer.
This chapter, which will also be of interest to pathologists, documents the microscopic anatomy of the larynx, presents patterns of spread and surgical options, and depicts the major surgical procedures on the larynx with the aid of numerous photographs and line drawings. Product Details Table of Contents. Table of Contents Introduction to Dissection.
Write a Review. The reader is guided through the various cervical structures in a series of chapters depicting the methods employed by surgeons operating in vivo. The illustrations provide an overview of all surgical anatomy relevant to the treatment of oncologic patients. Compared with the first edition, revisions have been made when appropriate and an important new chapter has been added on microscopic anatomy and laryngeal cancer.
This chapter, which will also be of interest to pathologists, documents the microscopic anatomy of the larynx, presents patterns of spread and surgical options, and depicts the major surgical procedures on the larynx with the aid of numerous photographs and line drawings.