Breast cancer sentinel lymph node identification rates: the influence of radiocolloid mapping, case volume, and the place of the procedure.
- Published Article
Annals of surgical oncology
- Publication Date
May 01, 2007
High-volume surgeons identified more SLNs with IOGP (at the AMC) than without (at the SSCs). They also were more efficient than low-volume surgeons when blue dye alone was used. Low-volume surgeons were almost as efficient as high-volume surgeons when they used IOGP. Optimal identification of SLNs requires nuclear medicine facilities.
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