The neck mass. 1. General concepts and congenital causes.

Abstract

A carefully taken history and thorough physical examination are the first steps in establishing the cause of a neck mass. Location, size, consistency, and mobility of the mass provide clues and are useful for comparison during follow-up. Further studies are ordered on the basis of the impressions gathered from this evaluation. Congenital neck masses can be… (More)

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@article{Damion1987TheNM, title={The neck mass. 1. General concepts and congenital causes.}, author={J Damion and Roger Hybels}, journal={Postgraduate medicine}, year={1987}, volume={81 6}, pages={75-6, 81-8, 93} }