Lymphangiography. Its practical value in surgically staged patients with Hodgkin's disease.

Abstract

Since the introduction of "staging laparotomy" (to determine the disease's stage) in assessing Hodgkin's disease, some observers have argued that lymphangiography could be safely omitted in the initial diagnostic evaluation. To test these opinions a series of 75 patients with Hodgkin's disease who had a staging laparotomy and histological correlation with… (More)

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@article{Kadin1974LymphangiographyIP, title={Lymphangiography. Its practical value in surgically staged patients with Hodgkin's disease.}, author={Martina Kadin and Robert W Thompson}, journal={The Western journal of medicine}, year={1974}, volume={120 3}, pages={193-9} }