Head and neck conditions:
Tumours that affect the head and neck areas including the nose and sinuses, the nasopharynx (the area behind the nose just above the mouth and throat), the oral cavity (the mouth), the thyroid glands, the oropharynx (throat), the larynx (voice box), the hypopharynx (the inlet into throat), and the salivary gland. These tumours can be benign (non-cancerous) or malignant (cancerous). Patients with neck lumps should have their condition assessed.
Human papillomavirus infection
A lump on the neck
Unknown cause of constant pain on face or in mouth
Difficulty in swallowing
Persistent mouth and tongue ulcers