Research Article| Volume 32, ISSUE 3, P393-394, June 1936

Tumors of head and neck

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      Success has attended the treatment of certain tumors of the head and neck by surgery, x-ray and radium,—namely, basal cell epitheliomata, nevi, keloids, lymphoepitheliomata, granulomata. Ultimately less success has attended the treatment of squamous cell epitheliomata and lymphomata. Benign and malignant tumors of the head and neck with the treatment indicated for each are discussed.
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