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The sentinel lymph node spread determines quantitatively melanoma seeding to non-sentinel lymph nodes and survival

Ulmer, Anja ; Dietz, Klaus ; Werner-Klein, Melanie ; Häfner, Hans-Martin ; Schulz, Claudia ; Renner, Philipp ; Weber, Florian ; Breuninger, Helmut ; Röcken, Martin ; Garbe, Claus ; Fierlbeck, Gerhard ; Klein, Christoph A.


Introduction: Complete lymph node dissection (CLND) after a positive sentinel node (SN) biopsy provides important prognostic information in melanoma patients but has been questioned for therapeutic use recently. We explored whether quantification of the tumour spread to SNs may replace histopathology of non-sentinel nodes (NSNs) for staging purposes. Patients and methods: We quantified melanoma ...


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