Why Is There a Lump in My Neck and Do I Need to Worry?

published 1 year ago

The most common lumps or swellings in the neck are enlarged lymph nodes. But it can be something else. Dr. Wen Shen, endocrine surgeon at UCSF, explores the symptoms of head and neck cancers and what you should be looking for. Successful treatment depends on early detection. Series: "Mini Medical School for the Public" [Health and Medicine] [Show ID: 34161]

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