Neck Lump Surgery

A

neck lump

is any bump, lump or swelling in the neck. They have many causes and are not always serious. They can be enlarged

lymph nodes

, due to bacterial or

viral infection

or inflammation. Growths can form in the parotid and thyroid glands. Although not all lumps are cancerous, a lump in the neck can be the first sign of cancer of the mouth, throat, larynx, thyroid gland, or of certain

lymphomas

or

blood cancers

. Surgery by a

Head and Neck Surgeon

aims to investigate, diagnose and, if necessary, remove any unwanted neck lumps. This may involve surgery and other therapies, such as

radiotherapy

.

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