Background: Head and neck (H&N) sarcoma are rare, constituting only 1 % of all H&N malignancies, and 5% of all sarcoma. Biologically diverse tumour group of many different histological subtypes. Standard treatment involves surgical excision with adjuvant therapy. Anatomical constraints limit achievable surgical margins. Despite advances in surgery and adjuvant therapy, prognosis remains poor. Aims: To report our experience of the management of all patients with histologically confirmed sarcoma of the H&N in NHS Lothian between 2000 and 2010.
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|Publication status||Published - 31 Mar 2017|
- head and neck cancer
- sarcoma treatments