5-Hydroxymethylcytosine Expression in Metastatic Melanoma versus Nodal Nevus in Sentine Lymph Node Biopsies

@inproceedings{Lee20155HydroxymethylcytosineEI,
  title={5-Hydroxymethylcytosine Expression in Metastatic Melanoma versus Nodal Nevus in Sentine Lymph Node Biopsies},
  author={Jonathan Jun Jie Lee and Scott R. Granter and Alvaro C. Laga and Aldo Saavedra and Qian Zhan and Weimin Guo and Shuyun Xu and George Murphy and Christine G Lian},
  booktitle={Modern Pathology},
  year={2015}
}
Sentinel lymph node biopsies are conducted to stage patients with newly diagnosed melanomas that have histopathological attributes conferring defined levels of metastatic potential. Because benign nevic cells may also form ‘deposits’ in lymph nodes (nodal nevus), the pathological evaluation for metastatic melanoma within sentinel lymph nodes can be challenging. Twenty-eight sentinel lymph node biopsy cases containing either metastatic melanoma (N=18) or nodal nevi (N=10) were retrieved from the… CONTINUE READING
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