H&N

(redirected from Head and Neck)
AcronymDefinition
H&NHead and Neck (medical)
H&NHealth and Nutrition
H&NHolmes and Narver
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The athletic training staff immediately stabilized the athlete's head and neck, performed a neuromuscular assessment and thorough evaluation, and then called Emergency Medical' Services to immobilize the athlete with a spine board and cervical collar.
Human papillomavirus (HPV) infections multiply the risk of certain head and neck cancers, particularly those of the tonsils, researchers report.
B wanted takes regular practice, sometimes moving only the head or neck four or eight times at a moderately slow tempo: On one, straighten the head and neck and look toward the corner; on two, slant the head as the cheek is brought forward by curving the neck.
Patients with spontaneous pneumomediastinum present with various manifestations, but it is extremely rare for head and neck signs to be the sole presenting feature.
Liposarcoma is the most common soft-tissue malignancy in adults, but the appearance of a liposarcoma in the head and neck region is distinctly unusual.
Head and neck dermoid cysts account for nearly 7% of all dermoid cysts.