Can a cancer grow in the back of you neck?
Yes. Cancer is normally a growth of cells that can be either benign or malignant. As these cells generally have abnormal groths and can be found in the skin, cancer can in fact be found anywhere on the body.
Hodgkin's lymphoma is a form of cancer, in the neck.
I will be placing mine on the top of my back, right below the nape of my neck!
No they do not. Lyphnodes are a permant part of the body and you have them in your Neck, Axilla, Groin and Elbows. They sometimes need to be removed if you have A lymphatic malformation and or cancer. But only your finger nails, hair, skin and liver regenerate.
tooth pain,balls cancer, back pain,nee pain and neck pain
They are both a type of neck cancer
Neck cancer is a complicated and aggressive form of cancer. It can be treated with radiotherapy, chemotherapy or surgery to cut out the infected area.
Once your hair has been cut can the hair that landed on your neck grow back in to your skin causing in growing hair?
They can't actually grow back into your skin but it can get trapped like a splinter. It is painful, always remember to wash the back of your neck thoroughly after a cut so that the hair don't get down your back. If you get infected spots treat with an appropiate antiseptic cream.
your neck? just a guess.
The back of the neck is called the Nape of the neck.
Yes but the hair could grow back.
It is called the nape.
It's most commonly found on your neck,upper arms, back, butt, chest and face.
All types of cancer can be treated with chemotherapy. Scientists use this process with the hope that cancer cells will die and the few healthy cells which are killed will grow back.
It need not be cancer it could be a tumor.
you may have althreitis or cancer!! joking. i don't know.... see your docter..
William S. MacComb has written: 'Cancer of the head and neck' -- subject(s): Cancer, Head, Neck
GO SEE A DOCTOR! this could be anything from an insect bite to cancer
the back of ur neck
The tip of your backbone
nape Nape nape The back of the neck is called the "nape." The back of the neck is the nuchal region.
The most common symptom of Thyroid Cancer may include swelling of your neck. Trouble swallowing, Pain in your neck and/or eyes and voice getting hoarse are other symptoms related to Thyroid Cancer.
Andrew F. Olshan has written: 'Epidemiology, pathogenesis, and prevention of head and neck cancer' -- subject(s): Epidemiology, Head, Neck, Cancer, Prevention, Pathogenesis, Head and Neck Neoplasms
Head and neck oral cancer.
bigger cancer cells :(
There are a number of things a neck mass could be and 90% are nothing to worry about, but it could also be cancer and that's a big risk to take.
bananas grow from tropius,s neck
acyst or start of a tumor It's probably a cyst or possibly an ingrown hair. Seldom does cancer strike the back of the neck. It's best to see your doctor and let them decide if the cyst, etc., should be removed or if it's simply an ingrown hair.
Back of the neck is nape.
Let your face grow, then shave your chin and neck
It depends on what type of cancer it is
Hercules killed it by cutting off one head at a time and burning the neck before more heads could grow back.
they grow the hair on their neck and get bigger
A snake will bite you on the back of your neck tomorrow
Any pain is a problem. But at the same time pain gives you warning to protect you from further damage. So pain is double edged sword.
the spinal cord goes through both your back and neck:)
Yes it is dangerous to have tatoo on u r back of neck
Breast Head and neck cancer (mouth, pharynx etc.) Colorectal and more
Anaplastic thyroid cancer usually arises from a site of preexisting papillary thyroid cancer or follicular thyroid cancer. The transformed cells that grow to form this type of cancer divide rapidly to form disorganized masses. Anaplastic thyroid cancer tends to grow very rapidly, replacing the normal tissue of the thyroid gland and spreading to invade and metastasize to other structures in the neck. It does not respond well to treatment. Surgery and external beam radiation therapy… Read More
Whiplash occurs in the head and neck area. Symptoms include: Neck or back pain Stiffness in neck Limited movement Muscle spasm in neck/back Chronic headaches
Christine G. Gourin has written: 'The Johns Hopkins patients' guide to head and neck cancer' -- subject(s): Popular works, Cancer, Head, Neck
Treatments for head and neck tumors include: Salivary gland removal neck dissection- for enlarged lymph nodes facial skin cancer removal and reconstruction thyroidectomy
The ribbon is maroon and white. I've also found a Facebook page where they are using the giraffe as the symbol - very cute! Called Head and Neck Cancer Support International.
a giraffes neck can grow to be 5 to 6 feet long
Cancer Leprosy? Do you shower?
No, the lump on her neck is her massive slutty head.
If the HPV causes cancer (e.g. anal or head and neck cancer), then yes. From genital warts...no.
"Cervical" means related to the neck. Sometimes it means related to the neck of the cervix, as with cervical cancer. Other times, it refers to the neck that attaches the head to the body.
No hair does not grow on a cancerous mole
yes.they can grow back if you are young and the molars is a baby tooth but in the very back it cant grow back but in the front it will grow back
Janina K. Casper has written: 'Clinical manual for laryngectomy and head/neck cancer rehabilitation' -- subject(s): Alaryngeal Speech, Cancer, Head, Head and Neck Neoplasms, Laryngectomees, Laryngectomy, Neck, Patients, Rehabilitation, Speech, Alaryngeal