Factors correlated to successful surgical treatment of 181 non-palpable invasive breast carcinomas.

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Surgical treatment of non-palpable solitary invasive carcinoma consists of localization, tumorectomy and sentinel lymph node biopsy which can successfully be performed with the use of isotopes (SNOLL). The aim of our study was to find out the success rate of SNOLL and the factors that correlated with complete excision of invasive carcinoma. Solitary non… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.breast.2009.08.002

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@article{Besic2009FactorsCT, title={Factors correlated to successful surgical treatment of 181 non-palpable invasive breast carcinomas.}, author={Nikola Besic and Anja Kramaric and Blaze Podnar and Andra{\vz} Perhavec and Maja Marolt Music and Snjezana Grazio-Frkovic and Janez Žgajnar}, journal={Breast}, year={2009}, volume={18 5}, pages={294-8} }