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Axillary dissection


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Axillary dissection

Sentinel Lymph Node Biopsy and Axillary Dissection in Breast Cancer: Results in a Large Series

Patient Preferences for Axillary Dissection in the Management of Early-Stage Breast Cancer

Axillary cerebral perfusion for arch surgery in acute type A dissection under moderate hypothermia

Axillary artery cannulation for arterial inflow in patients with acute dissection of the ascending aorta

Cannulation of the right axillary artery for surgery of acute type A aortic dissection

Is axillary superior to femoral artery cannulation for acute type A aortic dissection surgery?

Does Predicting Positive Nonsentinel Nodes Answer the Question of Axillary Dissection and Provide a Benefit?.

Avoiding axillary dissection in breast cancer surgery: a randomized trial to assess the role of axillary radiotherapy

What Is the Optimal Method to Predict Axillary Lymph Node Metastases in Breast Cancer Patients? - Is Sentinel Lymph Node Biopsy Ready to Be an Alternative to Complete Axillary Dissection?

Sentinel node biopsy compared with complete axillary dissection for staging early breast cancer with clinically negative lymph nodes: results of randomized trial

A multicenter cohort study to compare quality of life in breast cancer patients according to sentinel lymph node biopsy or axillary lymph node dissection

76PTrans-peri-areolar breast conservative surgery followed by endoscopic axillary lymph node dissection: a novel surgical option

The cost-effectiveness of routine postoperative radiotherapy after sector resection and axillary dissection for breast cancer stage I. Results from a randomized trial

Sentinel node biopsy as a practical alternative to axillary lymph node dissection in breast cancer patients: An approach to its validity

Axillary Node Metastasis from T1N0M0 Breast Cancer: Possible Avoidance of Dissection in a Subgroup

Randomized Clinical Trial of Breast Irradiation Following Lumpectomy and Axillary Dissection for Node-Negative Breast Cancer: an Update

Which is more appropriate for right axillary artery cannulation in acute type A aortic dissection — directly or with graft?

Emergent antegrade endovascular stent placement in a patient with perforated Stanford B dissection via right axillary artery

 

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Three levels of axillary nodes:I: lateral to lateral border of pectoralis minor.II: under pectoralis minor.III: medial to pectoralis minor muscle.

I: lateral to lateral border of pectoralis minor.

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