Cranial base metastases

Cranial base metastases

Cranial base metastases are the spreading of distant tumors to the cranial base. The most common tumor metastases come from the breast, lung and prostate. These often occur after there are other bone metastases, and it is thought in this instance that the cancer cells are spread through the bloodstream.

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The New York Head and Neck Institute provides seamless, integrated care for people with diseases, disorders and tumors of the head and neck.