Head and Neck Tumor


Head and neck growth is the term used to portray various threatening tumors that create in or around the throat, larynx, nose, sinuses, and mouth. Head and neck disease is a gathering of growths that begins inside the mouth, nose, throat, larynx, sinuses, or salivary glands. Most head and neck growths are squamous cell carcinomas. This sort of growth starts in the level squamous cells that make up the thin layer of tissue on the surface of the structures in the head and neck.

Head and Neck Tumor

Head and neck growth types

  • 1. Laryngeal and hypo pharyngeal growth
  • 2. Nasal hole and paranasal sinus tumor
  • 3. Nasopharyngeal malignancy
  • 4. Oral and oropharyngeal growth
  • 5. Salivary organ disease


  • A bump or sore that does not recuperate
  • A sore throat that does not leave
  • Inconvenience in gulping
  • An adjustment in the voice
  • Face swelling
  • Inconvenience in breathing
  • Roughness or change in voice
  • Deadness of a body part in the head and neck area
  • Blood in the spit or mucus
  • Slackening of teeth
  • Weakness
  • Ear torment

Hazard Factors

  • Tobacco
  • Liquor
  • Delayed sun introduction
  • Human papillomavirus (HPV)
  • Sex
  • Age
  • Poor oral and dental cleanliness
  • Inhalants
  • Cannabis use
  • Poor sustenance



A biopsy is the evacuation of tissue for examination under a magnifying lens. A pathologist at that point breaks down the sample. The biopsy can be performed utilizing a fine needle biopsy or by surgically evacuating part or the greater part of the tumor. The pathology of the salivary organ might be entangled, even among experienced pathologists.