Extensive Laryngeal Tumor Excision and Proximal Stump Closure As Well As Distal Stump Maturation In Suprasternsl Notch

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Cardiac Surgery

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Video case: laryngeal cancer, a malignancy that develops in the larynx, or voice box, can become particularly concerning when it invades the arch vessels, which include the major blood vessels in the neck, such as the carotid arteries and the jugular veins. This invasion represents an advanced stage of the disease, often characterized by significant growth and spread of the cancer cells. The arch vessels play a crucial role in supplying blood to the brain and head, making their involvement in cancer particularly perilous. Treatment in such cases typically requires a multidisciplinary approach, combining surgery, radiation therapy, and chemotherapy to target both the primary tumor and any metastatic sites. Managing laryngeal cancer with vascular invasion presents a complex medical challenge, and early detection and intervention are critical for improving the prognosis and quality of life for affected individuals.

tags: Zeraatian Technique MirMohammad Hamidi Abolfazl Gholami Laryngeal Tumor Excision Proximal Stump Closure Distal Stump Maturation Suprasternsl Notch surgical video case surgical technique laryngeal cancer

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