Larynx Cancer (cont.)
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What are symptoms of larynx cancer?
The symptoms of laryngeal cancer depend mainly on the size and location of the tumor. Common symptoms of laryngeal cancer include:
Other symptoms may include:
These symptoms may be caused by laryngeal cancer or by other health problems. People with these symptoms should tell their doctor so that any problem can be diagnosed and treated as early as possible.
How is larynx cancer diagnosed?
If you have symptoms that suggest laryngeal cancer, your doctor may do a physical exam. Your doctor looks at your throat and feels your neck for lumps, swelling, or other problems.
You may have one or more of the following tests:
If you need a biopsy, you may want to ask your doctor some of the following questions:
Medically Reviewed by a Doctor on 3/14/2014
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