Surgeons remove 6-pound tumor from teenager's neck

09/24/2013 | WABC-TV (N.Y.)

U.S. surgeons removed a 6-pound teratoma from the neck of a 13-year-old girl from a rural village in Ethiopia. The tumor had displaced her jawbone and carotid artery and also narrowed her trachea. Surgeons at Cohen Children's Medical Center reconstructed the girl's neck using a reverse face-lift technique.

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