TITLE

Effect of clinical symptoms on the indication for selective neck dissection for N0 carcinomas of the parotid gland

AUTHOR(S)
TAKASHI MARUO; YASUSHI FUJIMOTO; KENJI YOSHIDA; MARIKO HIRAMATSU; ATSUSHI SUZUKI; NAOKI NISHIO; MARIKO SHIMONO; TSUTOMU NAKASHIMA
PUB. DATE
July 2014
SOURCE
Oncology Letters;2014, Vol. 8 Issue 1, p335
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Lymph node metastasis is a major prognostic factor in parotid carcinoma, however, the pre-operative diagnosis of occult nodal metastasis is difficult in clinical N0 (cN0) parotid cancer patients. In addition, the indication of neck dissection in T1-3 cN0 patients is controversial. The current study investigated 17 patients with clinical T1-3 cN0 parotid cancer, and analyzed the correlation between patient symptoms/findings and pathological N status/tumor histological grade. In the statistical analysis, pain was found to significantly correlate with neck metastasis. Furthermore, cN0-staged patients without pain exhibited no neck metastasis. However, no significant correlation was identified between patient symptoms or findings and histological grade. These results indicate the possibility that selective neck dissection can be omitted for T1-3 cN0-staged patients without pain.
ACCESSION #
110397730

 

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