R. NICKBRYANMDS. JAMESZINREICHMD
A 70-YEAR-OLD white man presented with right-sided facial pain. The pain radiated from the angle of the mandible toward the ear and onto the right side of the neck. The patient noted a right-sided neck mass that had increased in size over the past several months. He denied respiratory compromise, night sweats, upper respiratory tract symptoms, or facial spasm. His medical history was significant for resection of a right parotid mass that had been performed approximately 5 years before presentation.
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