Benidict Panizza

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he incidence of non-melanotic head and neck skin cancers in Queensland is among the highest in the world. 1 Perineural spread (PNS) from these lesions involves either small nerves, identified at pathological examination (incidental), or large nerves, presenting clinically as cranial nerve palsies. Basal cell carcinoma is the more common skin cancer, but(More)
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