posterior cervical region

posterior cervical region

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the back of neck, including the suboccipital region.
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We report a case of 47 years old man who was admitted with history of a mass in his posterior cervical region.
A 47 years old male presented to us with a history of left neck mass in his posterior cervical region for 4-5 months that has been enlarging progressively.
Two days later, the existing lymphadenopathy from the right posterior cervical region was surgically removed.
In our case, isolated lymphadenopathy was detected in the right posterior cervical region with MR, which was ordered for the evaluation of aseptic meningitis.
A 59-year-old man with a history of alcohol abuse was admitted because of progressively enlarging masses in the parotid areas, anterior and posterior cervical region, and back.
We report the case of a young patient with a gunshot wound to the posterior cervical region.
Pain is a prominent early complaint in most patients, and is commonly located over the occiput and posterior cervical region.
Lymphatic malformations are seen in 6,000 to 16,000 live births annually; 75 to 90% of these occur in the neck, particularly toward the left posterior cervical region.
MRI showed a lobulated mass in the right posterior cervical region of the neck (figure 2, A).

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