MANAGEMENT AND SURGICAL APPROACH OF CAROTID BODY TUMORS: SINGLE CENTER EXPERIENCE IN KAZAKHSTAN
A carotid body tumor (CBT), also commonly known as nonchromaffin paragangliomas and chemodectomas, is a slowly growing neoplasm originating from carotid body chemoreceptors. Approximately 1 in 30,000 formed head and neck corresponds to a paraganglioma, 45% of which have CBT. The objectives of the work was to conduct a retrospective analysis and show the experience of management and surgical approaches of CBT in our center. Materials and methods.
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