Local recurrence of breast cancer after cytological evaluation of lumpectomy margins

Cox, Charles E.; Pendas, Solange; Ni Ni K. Ku; Reintgen, Douglas S.; Greenberg, Harvey S.; Nicosia, Santo V.
June 1998
American Surgeon;Jun1998, Vol. 64 Issue 6, p533
Academic Journal
Determines the value of routine touch preparation cytology (TPC) protocol in evaluating lumpectomy margins for cancer recurrence. Diagnostic reporting; Local recurrence; Tumor involvement at the lumpectomy margin; Routine use of imprint cytology of lumpectomy.


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