Radiologic assessment of tumor and the carotid artery: correlation of magnetic resonance imaging, ultrasound, and computed tomography with surgical findings.


Carotid artery fixation is an extremely poor prognostic sign in squamous cell carcinoma of the head and neck. Methods more precise than physical exam are necessary to determine whether a neck dissection is sufficient, to exclude patients from surgery, or to plan a carotid artery resection. Thirty-three patients with a suspicion of carotid wall attachment by… (More)


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