Contralateral internal mammary node invasion in breast cancer: lymphoscintigraphic data.

Abstract

Contralateral internal mammary (IM) node invasion has been analyzed in 1025 patients where the two IM chains have been investigated by lymphoscintigraphy. Contralateral IM lymphoscintigrams (LySc) were classified as abnormal (nodes involved by metastatic cancer) in 153 cases (or 15.6% of the population) and this included one-third of the cases with… (More)

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