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Throat neoplasm

Introduction: Throat neoplasm

Description of Throat neoplasm

Throat neoplasm (medical condition): Cancer of the throat. The throat (or pharynx) is the hollow tube inside the neck that starts behind the nose and finishes where the ...more

Throat neoplasm: See also:

Throat cancer:
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  »Symptoms of Throat cancer

Throat neoplasm: Related Topics

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Throat neoplasm as a Disease

Throat neoplasm: Another name for Throat cancer (or close medical condition association).
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Throat neoplasm: Related Diseases

Throat neoplasm: Throat neoplasm is listed as a type of (or associated with) the following medical conditions in our database:

Symptoms of Throat neoplasm (Throat cancer)

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