Functional and quality-of-life outcomes of transoral robotic surgery for carcinoma of unknown primary.

@article{Durmu2014FunctionalAQ,
  title={Functional and quality-of-life outcomes of transoral robotic surgery for carcinoma of unknown primary.},
  author={Kasim Durmuş and Hafiz S Patwa and Hamza N. Gokozan and Cuneyt Kucur and Theodoros Teknos and Amit Agrawal and Matthew O. Old and Enver Ozer},
  journal={The Laryngoscope},
  year={2014},
  volume={124 9},
  pages={2089-95}
}
OBJECTIVES/HYPOTHESIS To determine speech, eating, aesthetics, social disruption, and overall quality-of-life outcomes over a year period in patients who underwent transoral robotic surgery as part of carcinoma of unknown primary diagnosis and treatment. STUDY DESIGN Observational prospective study. METHODS Twenty-two patients who underwent transoral robotic surgery for the management of carcinoma of unknown primary were included. Patients prospectively completed the Head and Neck Cancer… CONTINUE READING
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