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Cervical Tumours

Introduction

Cervical tumours may be benign, malignant or arise from ligament tumours elsewhere.

They may present as pain, restricted movements or compression of the spinal cord.

Tumours of the vertebral column are potentially serious conditions and must be investigated as a matter of urgency.

These are outside the scope of general information leaflets however these are conditions that are dealt with commonly by the surgeons of the All About Spines team and the multidisciplinary approach that is used.

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