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Head and Neck
Cancer Surgery
 

 

The organs in the head and neck region are responsible for some of the most crucial functions known to man, such as breathing, speech, swallowing, taste, sight and smell. The sophistication of the functions is paralleled by the complexity of the anatomy in the head and neck region which sets it apart in treatment considerations when affected by disease processes.

Cancer of the head and neck commonly manifests itself as a lump in the neck, and ulcer, pain or discomfort in the throat or a change in the function of speech, breathing or swallowing. The common neck lumps include lymph node and thyroid masses.





OTHER SPECIALISED SERVICES
 
•   Parathyroid Glands
  Head & Neck Cancer
  Larynx (Voice Box) Cancer
  Nasopharynx Cancer
  Mouth & Throat Cancer
  Upper Neck Lumps


GENERAL SERVICES
 
  Allergy & Rhinology
  Children ENT Surgery
  Ear Surgery
  General ENT
  Head & Neck Cancer Surgery

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WILL THERE BE PAIN AFTER SURGERY?
There is usually some pain over the neck wound incision, although this is less that most patients expect.
 

LUKE TAN | ENT-Head & Neck Cancer And Thyroid Surgery Centre

3 Mount Elizabeth,
Mount Elizabeth Medical Centre,
Suite 14-17
, Singapore 228510


Tel: +65 6474 6116
Fax: +65 6737 0816
Email: appointment@luketan-ent.com.sg

Emergency Tel: +65 6535 8833