lymph node


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Axillary lymph node metastasis positivity of the patients who died (number of metastatic lymph nodes/number of dissected lymph nodes) was statistically significantly higher than the patients who survived (p= 0.042).
"When breast cancer is detected early, we can perform a sentinel lymph node biopsy, a targeted procedure in which we focus on removing only the few lymph nodes that are most important in draining the breast.
Members of the DAC were provided with copies of existing data sets that incorporate lymph node reporting for head and neck specimens from the College of American Pathologists and the Royal Colleges of Pathologists of Australasia and the United Kingdom, (5-7) with a rough draft of the data set initially created, and then developed further with successive teleconferences where the merits of proposed core and noncore elements were debated, with relevant commentary and figures for inclusion in the data set discussed.
* US-guided core needle biopsy (CNB) under hydrodissection assistance can be used to obtain tissue samples from small lymph node metastases adjacent to cervical large vessels with excellent (100%) technical success rate.
Recently, researchers have endeavored to determine the TNM stage of esophageal cancer and the rational range of lymph node dissection, as well as to outline the target volume for accurate postoperative radiotherapy.
SLN was identified, by nuclear medicine physician, as a lymph node or a group of lymph nodes exhibiting max number of counts per second.
Reactive hyperplasia with giant follicles in lymph node lesions from systemic lupus erythematosus patients.
In general, when a positive lymph node was detected by frozen section during surgery, the surgeon goes directly to ALND.
Physicians at the Virginia Piper Cancer Institute wanted to know if surgical procedures to test the lymph nodes for cancer were always necessary.
Granulomatous inflammation was reported in the lymph node after performing a Tru-cut biopsy on the pathologic formed lymph node in the right supraclavicular region.
A 68-year-old female patient with anamnesis of breast lesion identified previously, which was diagnosed as malignant, visited our hospital and left mastectomy and additional SLN excision was planned.The patient had palpable left breast tumor without palpable lymph node in the axillary region (clinically N0).
Papillary thyroid cancer often presents with cervical lymph node involvement and has a high incidence of recurrence, which requires routine follow-up with ultrasound imaging.
Lymph node metastasis is one of the most important prognostic factors in colorectal cancer [1, 2].