Larynx Cancer; Pharynx Cancer; Throat Cancer 

The eye has three major parts: the globe, the orbit, and the adnexal structures. The globe (eyeball) is filled with a jelly-like material called vitreous. The uvea and the retina are two important parts of the globe. The uvea consists of: the iris (the colored or pigmented part surrounds the pupil, the opening that controls the amount of light that enters the eyeball) the choroid (a thin, pigmented layer lining the eyeball that nourishes the retina and the front of the eye with b...

Most head and neck cancers begin in the squamous cells that line the structures found in the head and neck. Because of this, head and neck cancers are often referred to as squamous cell carcinomas. Some head and neck cancers begin in other types of cells. For example, cancers that begin in glandular cells are called adenocarcinomas.

Eye Cancer as related to Head and Neck Cancer