Telethermography and axillary node status as predictors of early relapse in breast cancer: preliminary report.

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The authors report on 141 primary, non-metastatic, breast cancer patients with a minimum follow-up of 12 months after surgery to a maximum of 5 years. All cases were studied according to the patterns of the preoperative telethermography (TH) and nodal status (N). Prognosis was evaluated in terms of incidence of relapse. A statistically significant… (More)

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@article{Mustacchi1984TelethermographyAA, title={Telethermography and axillary node status as predictors of early relapse in breast cancer: preliminary report.}, author={Giorgio Mustacchi and Stefania Milani and P. Levi Sandri and F De Lazzer and Ferdinando Ficari and Gianluca Monti and Roberto Adovasio and Francesco Pancrazio and Panagiota Pietri}, journal={Tumori}, year={1984}, volume={70 5}, pages={455-8} }