How is throat cancer diagnosed?
Throat cancer is ultimately diagnosed by a pathologist examining a biopsy of a suspicious lesion. Before a biopsy is taken, you may have a physical examination, scans and procedures (such as an endoscopy) to further characterize the lesion.
Author: Jonathan Meddings
First answered: 13 Oct 2014
Last reviewed: 19 May 2018
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