A series of 155 malignant craniofacial tumors referred to a specialized craniofacial center for surgical treatment are presented. One quarter of these were primary and three quarters recurrent. The statistics of long‐term follow‐up are presented, and it is concluded that this type of surgery for these difficult problems is worthwhile. The increasing experience gained from operating on and following up these patients is presented.
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