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Factors favoring neck metastasis in patients underwent laryngectomy for laryngeal cancer
The Egyptian Journal of Otolaryngology
Background One third of all head and neck cancers are caused by laryngeal cancer. However, the incidence and prevalence rates have decreased over the past 3 decades. Neck metastasis from cancer larynx is important to be addressed as its presence greatly reduces the probability of survival. However, quality of life should be taken into consideration. Hence, it was important to analyze factors related to neck metastasis from primary laryngeal cancer to detect any change of tumor behavior withdoi:10.1186/s43163-021-00160-3 fatcat:iaolvtdjojb23oxg327dp2ud6q