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Komplikationen der Neck dissection

  • J. A. Werner
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Zusammenfassung

Bei einer radikalen Neck dissection (RND) ist mit einer Todesrate von etwa 1% zu rechnen [46]. Bei simultaner bilateraler radikaler Neck dissection beträgt die Operationsmortalität 10%, wohingegen sie bei der zweizeitigen radikalen Neck dissection auf 3,2% reduziert ist (Tabelle 9.1, 9.2) und mit weniger Komplikationen einhergeht [42,48].

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