Head & Neck Cancer

Thyroid Nodules

Thyroid Nodules

Patients are frequently referred to our practice for thyroid nodules. Thyroid nodules are quite common with studies suggesting that up to 2/3 of people will have one or more by middle age. The primary concern with a thyroid nodule is cancer. Fortunately, less than 15% of thyroid nodules are cancerous. In some cases, even non-cancerous nodules can be symptomatic causing trouble swallowing or throat discomfort.

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Pediatric Neck Masses

Pediatric Neck Masses

A neck mass is a swelling of the neck that can be felt or seen. Neck masses may be present at birth (congenital) or develop later in life (acquired), although some congenital neck masses may not become apparent until a child is older. Neck masses in kids are usually non-cancerous.

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