Dr Mark explains the examination and testing processes around identifying of Thyroid Cancer, while offering treatment options.
Dr Mark discusses how to identify which surgeon or surgeons are required when experiencing nasal problems and deciding on a nasal reconstruction.
Head and neck cancer treatment involves surveillance, Dr Mark explores what this means at this stage of head and neck cancer care.
Head and neck cancer has multiple treatment options, the earlier the diagnosis, the better the possible outcome.
Tumours of the other major and minor salivary glands have about a 50% chance of being malignant and should always be removed.
The fundamentals of medicine involve a thorough history and examination, head and neck cancer special investigations can confirm or deny our clinical suspicions.
Head and neck cancer makes up the 5th most common site of cancer development, Dr Mark explains the most common causes and locations of his speciality.
My framework and approach to neck masses is by no means complete but it has held me in good stead in treating head and neck cancer.
Multidisciplinary teamwork has become buzz phrase in medicine, and in our case we place our cancer patients at the centre, working together to solve the problem.
The head and neck surgeon combines the disciplines ENT, general surgery, and oral and maxillofacial surgery.