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One hundred and thirty-three patients with early laryngeal cancer received curative radiation therapy at Tenri Hospital from 1983 to 2000. Four patients (3%) experienced cervical lymph node recurrence and had their primary tumor controlled. They underwent salvage treatment including neck dissection. Two of them later had local recurrence and underwent total laryngectomy, which was unsuccessful in one case. The others have been disease-free after salvage treatment. We conclude that cervicaldoi:10.5631/jibirin.96.63 fatcat:6cb7qcq2urhdrnpz5ly7rtezzm