World Health Organization Classification of Tumours: Pathology and Genetics of Head and Neck Tumours

February 1, 2006
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Guest Editorial
Over the past decade working as a consultant head and neck pathologist, I have come to realize the importance of nomenclature and terminology in the diagnosis of head and neck organ diseases. There have been many cases in which the pathologist has had the right diagnosis but has used a term that is unfamiliar to the primary care physician, surgeon, oncologist, radiation therapist, or geneticist, resulting in confusion and unnecessary delay in treatment.

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