Academic Journal of Surgery 2017. 4(1):13-15.

Coronary Artery Bypass Grafting: Simultaneous Head and Neck Mass Surgery
Maziar Motiee, Ehsan Sadeghian, Iraj Harirchi, Mehrdad Salehi, Mohammad Ali Mohammadi-Vajari, Hamed Emami

Abstract


Background: Coronary artery disease (CAD) and cancer have common risk factors. According to the necessity of mass resection in patients with CAD at the same time, we decided to do neck and head mass resection and coronary artery bypass grafting (CABG) simultaneously and assess the results.

Methods: The current study was done on patients who were candidates for simultaneous head and neck mass resection and CABG. The patients’ files were extracted, the information and complications were recorded in a questionnaire, and then necessary data were extracted.

Results: Totally 9 patients (3 females and 6 males) with a mean age of 69.11 ± 6.67 standard deviation years were studied. The most common site of squamous cell carcinoma in this study was tongue. Infection occurred in three patients, two of which (66.66%) died. Side effects occurred in four patients.

Conclusions: It seems that, according to the anatomical position of neck mass, proximity to the airways and large blood supply in that area, and also because of inappropriate access to the anatomical zones, the survival rate and complications in this surgical setting (simultaneous surgeries) are different from that of other studies. It seems that further studies are needed to be done with the subject of concomitant head and neck mass surgery and CABG this time with a larger number of patients.

Keywords


Coronary artery bypass grafting; Neck mass; Surgery; Coronary artery disease

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