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Followup SCC - Case Example

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When he was a 33-year-old man (birth date 1957), he received a jaw, tongue, neck dissection with rectus abdominus free flap in 1990 for a T4N0 squamous cell cancer of the right retromolar trigone with postoperative radiation administered. A nasopharyngeal/palatal recurrence with split-thickness skin grafting was addressed in 1991. A routine chest x-ray and follow-up in 1994 showing a lesion treated with a right pneumonectomy for squamous cell cancer, with no evidence of recurrence to date (most recent contact 2016).