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Quality of Life After Neck Dissection

Quality of Life After Neck Dissection,10.1001/archotol.132.6.662,Archives of Otolaryngology-head & Neck Surgery,Hiroyuki Inoue,Ken-ichi Nibu,Miki Sait

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    • ...In another study, selective neck dissections in which the SAN or the sternocleidomastoid muscle was preserved were associated with improved work and leisure activities, among patients assessed an average of 3 years following surgery [32]...

    Allen C. Shermanet al. Advances in Quality of Life Research Among Head and Neck Cancer Patien...

    • ...Patients completed the AAT and self-administered NDQ on QOL related to neck dissection [14] 1, 3, 6, and 12 months after neck dissection on an outpatient basis during their routine follow-up care...
    • ...Data of 74 patients who underwent neck dissection but who did not have rehabilitation registered in our pilot study [14] were used as the negative control...
    • ...The first 7 items of the NDQ developed by our study group (Japanese Clinical Study Group on Standardization of Treatment for Lymph Node Metastasis of Head and Neck Cancer) [14] was used for this study...
    • ...They were then instructed to rate the abduction from 0 to 5 according to the symptoms and objective measure of the active shoulder range of motion, as follows: 5 = up to 180 without pain or effort, 4 = up to 180 but with pain or effort, 3 = up to more than 150 but less than 180 ,2 = up to more than 90 but not less than 150 ,1 = up to around 90 ,0 = up to less than 90 [14]...
    • ...Finally, we compared the scores for the AAT, obtained 12 months after neck dissection, in each group in this multicenter study with the AAT scores in the patients in our pilot study in whom postoperative rehabilitation was not performed [14]...

    Ken-ichi Nibuet al. Quality of life after neck dissection: a multicenter longitudinal stud...

    • ...Although radical neck dissection can decrease the rate of secondary lymph node metastases or relapse, it may induce in patients various postoperative pains and disorders due to cervical dysfunction [2]...

    Madoka K. FurukawaMasaki Furukawaet al. Diagnosis of lymph node metastases of head and neck cancer and evaluat...

    • ...They first developed a new evaluation method for postoperative functions after neck dissection [19, 20] and confirmed its accuracy and usefulness in a cross-sectional study [19]...
    • ...They first developed a new evaluation method for postoperative functions after neck dissection [19, 20] and confirmed its accuracy and usefulness in a cross-sectional study [19]...

    Masahisa Saikawa. Neck dissection revisited

    • ...Head and neck cancer (HNC) and its treatment can result in considerable impairment that negatively impacts healthrelated quality of life (QoL) [1, 2]. Rehabilitation programs have the potential to help cancer survivors manage late and long-term effects and optimize physical, psychosocial, and vocational functioning following treatment for the disease [3, 4]. To date, however, few studies have examined upper extremity exercise as an ...

    Margaret L. McNeelyet al. Predictors of adherence to an exercise program for shoulder pain and d...

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