Intercollegiate Exam – Viva – Carotid Body Tumour

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Carotid body tumours are one of the more uncommon causes of a lateral neck lump. It is important to have a logical approach to the diagnosis and management of all neck masses. Clinicians must also to be able to pick up on more subtle signs that allow differentiation between overt malignancy and other, rarer tumours. This will ensure appropriate investigation and management of what is a relatively rare clinical problem.

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