Throat Cancer

Learn about throat cancer, its symptoms, treatment options, and prevention methods. Stay informed about the latest developments in throat cancer research.

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Throat Cancer

Throat cancer surgery aims to repair or remove the entire larynx, in addition to excising other tissues that may be affected in different locations as secondary complications of tumor spread in advanced stages. The biological function of the larynx involves speech production, assisting in swallowing, and breathing. The larynx is located above the trachea and consists of two muscular parts known as the vocal cords (voice box). These vocal cords vibrate during speech, producing sounds, and the muscles close during food intake to prevent entry into the trachea and lungs.

How is Throat Cancer Treated?

Treatment options for throat cancer vary depending on the diagnosis, type of cancer cells, the level of risk the patient is exposed to, the patient's overall health, and the following are the main treatment methods:

What are the common symptoms of laryngeal cancer?
Common symptoms of laryngeal cancer include persistent hoarseness, difficulty swallowing, a lump or sore in the throat, persistent cough, ear pain, and unexplained weight loss

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