Lymphoma for the Head and Neck Surgeon

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Nearly 14000 people are diagnosed with lymphoma every year in the UK. Lymphadenopathy is the reason for initial presentation in 90% of Hodgkin and 65% of Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma. Many of these patients will present to an Otorhinolaryngologist with a neck lump. This paper will review the literature regarding lymphoma and address some of the controversies surrounding its investigation and management.

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  • Authors: Atkinson H, Prestwich R, O’Donnell S & Bem C
  • Keywords: Lymphoma, non-Hodgkin, Hodgkin, haematological malignancy, lymphoproliferative malignancy, cervical lymphadenopathy, neck lump.
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