Perineural Spread Along the Intermediate Branch of the Supraclavicular Nerve: A Case Report
Perineural spread is a recognized phenomenon in relation to head and neck malignancies, including squamous cell carcinomas of cutaneous origin. Cranial nerves are usually implicated in this process. This case, however, presents a unique involvement of the intermediate branch of the supraclavicular nerve, which is a branch of the cervical plexus. Relevant anatomy was reviewed.
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Keywords: PNS = perineural spread
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: January 1, 2016
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