Metastatic Squamous Neck Cancer
In this kind of cancer, squamous cells become cancerous and spread to the lymph nodes in the neck and collarbone. Squamous cells are inside tissues that line various body cavities like the mouth, in addition to organs like the uterus or blood vessels.
It’s generally unknown where the cancer has originated from, but physicians will look for primary tumors to help determine where it originated. This will help with what kind of treatment to provide. Primary symptoms include lump or ongoing pain the throat or neck.
For more information about metastatic squamous neck cancer, contact a helpful member of the Causenta team.
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