Treatment and Prognostic Significance of Positive Interval Sentinel Nodes in Patients with Primary Cutaneous Melanoma


Interval sentinel nodes (SNs) are lymph nodes receiving direct lymphatic drainage from a primary site and lying between the tumor and a recognized node field. It is not clear what further nodal surgery should be performed when interval nodes are found to contain micrometastatic disease. In this study, the incidence, location, and treatment of interval SNs… (More)
DOI: 10.1245/s10434-011-1988-5


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