A man with hot potato voice and neck swelling

  • Irfan M
  • Puvan Arul A

Abstract

A 47-years-old Malay gentleman presented with painless left neck swelling for one month (Figure 1). One week prior to the symptom, he experienced change of voice (hot potato voice) associated with sore throat and odynophagia. There was no fever, dysphagia, loss of weight, or loss of appetite. There was no trismus or any past history of foreign body in throat. Ear and nasal symptoms were negative. (copied from article).

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Published
2012-06-01
How to Cite
MI., & AP. A. (2012). A man with hot potato voice and neck swelling. Malaysian Family Physician, 7(1), 2. Retrieved from https://www.e-mfp.org/ojs3/index.php/MFP/article/view/23
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