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Surgical Anatomy of the Neck: 19

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Advances in modern oncology have led to more conservative and selective neck dissections. If any one of the three major structures, sternocleidomastoid, IJV or accessory nerve are spared, it is termed a modified neck dissection. If all three are spared, it is called a functional neck dissection. 

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Surgical Anatomy of the Neck: 20

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A lateral modified neck dissection encompasses levels II-IV. 

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Surgical Anatomy of the Neck: 21

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A supraomohyoid modified neck dissection encompasses levels I-III. 

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