By Giampiero Ausili Cefaro, Carlos A. Perez, Domenico Genovesi, Annamaria Vinciguerra

ISBN-10: 3540770437

ISBN-13: 9783540770435

ISBN-10: 3540770445

ISBN-13: 9783540770442

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Moreover, in radiotherapy the neck is immobilized without rotation of the head, while in surgery the position of the neck can be rotated. In 1999, a group of authors from the school of Rotterdam [67] addressed the issue of CT-based definition of target volumes for stage N0 of the neck and published an initial transposition of the boundaries of the six surgical levels of the neck on CT scans, based on an anatomical study of human cadavers. In the same year, other authors also published their contributions to this topic, in particular, Som [68, 69], a radiologist and member of the committee of the AHNS for the 1998 revision of the 1991 AAOHNS classification.

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