Efficacy of bone marrow cytologic evaluations in detecting occult cancellous invasion

@article{Namin2015EfficacyOB,
  title={Efficacy of bone marrow cytologic evaluations in detecting occult cancellous invasion},
  author={Arya W Namin and Seth Bruggers and Bharat A. Panuganti and K. Christopher and Ronald J. Walker and M. Varvares},
  journal={The Laryngoscope},
  year={2015},
  volume={125}
}
Determine the accuracy of bone marrow cytologic evaluations in detecting occult cancellous invasion by squamous cell carcinomas (SCCa) beyond the original margins of bone resection that would have gone undetected without the use of intraoperative bone‐marrow margin analysis. 
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