Axillary staging utilizing selective sentinel

Dale, Paul S.; Williams, John T.
January 1998
American Surgeon;Jan1998, Vol. 64 Issue 1, p28
Academic Journal
Examines the feasibility and accuracy of the technique of selective sentinel lymphadenectomy for patients with breast carcinoma. Materials and methods utilized on the study; Clinical characteristics of patients used on the study; Histology of breast carcinoma; Results of sentinel lymphadenectomy.


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