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Chapter 45. Tumors of the Oral Cavity, Pharynx, and Esophagus

Elective neck dissection for T2N0M0 cancer of the floor of mouth should include neck levels

A. Unilateral levels I, II, III

B. Bilateral levels II, III, IV

C. Bilateral level I

D. Unilateral levels II, III, IV

E. Bilateral levels I, II, III

Common risk factors for cancer of the tongue base include tobacco, alcohol, and

A. Human papilloma virus 6 and 11

B. Epstein-Bar virus

C. Ingestion of smoked fish

D. Plummer-Vinson syndrome

E. Human papilloma virus 16 and 18

In the surgical treatment of oral cavity cancer, which of the following lesions require bilateral elective neck dissection?

A. T2 anterior midline tongue

B. T1 midline upper lip

C. T2 lateral tongue

D. T3 buccal mucosa

E. T1 hard palate

The appropriate surgical treatment for T2 N1M0 cancer of the left tonsil includes

A. Transoral excision of the primary and left neck dissection levels II-IV

B. Transoral excision of the primary alone

C. Transoral excision of the primary and bilateral neck dissections levels II-IV

D. Transoral excision of the primary and bilateral neck dissections levels I-V

E. Transoral excision of the primary and left neck dissection levels I-V

Risk factors for hypopharyngeal carcinoma include

A. Smoking

B. Alcohol

C. Gastroesophageal reflux disease

D. Plummer-Vinson syndrome

E. A, B, D

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