Neck dissection is a surgical procedure that involves the removal of lymph nodes and associated tissues from the neck region. It is typically performed to treat or diagnose conditions such as cancer, infections, or other abnormalities in the neck. This procedure can vary in extent, with different types of neck dissections (e.g., selective, modified, radical) depending on the specific medical indications and the amount of tissue removed. Neck dissection is a critical part of the management of head and neck cancers and helps prevent the spread of disease to other parts of the body. This course takes you through all these techniques.