Iliopelvic lymphoscintigraphy as a predictor of early metastatic disease in patients with prostate carcinoma.

Abstract

Fifty-one patients had iliopelvic lymphoscintigraphy (IPL) as part of the initial assessment of newly diagnosed prostate carcinoma over a 3-year period. Investigations other than IPL showed that all patients had disease confined to the prostate, and they received radiotherapy to the prostate and regional pelvic lymph nodes. Patients with complete absence of… (More)

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@article{Ferrier1992IliopelvicLA, title={Iliopelvic lymphoscintigraphy as a predictor of early metastatic disease in patients with prostate carcinoma.}, author={David E K Ferrier and Renate Kloiber}, journal={Clinical nuclear medicine}, year={1992}, volume={17 5}, pages={357-60} }