Published in Cancer Weekly, February 5th, 2008
"The aim of this study was to assess GCPET in demonstrating metastatic deposits in axillary nodes in patients with a high likelihood of nodal disease. Twenty-seven women with large (T2, T3 or T4) or advanced breast cancer (N1, N2 or M1) were recruited. All patients underwent axillary lymph node removal or biopsy (fine needle aspiration cytology (FNAC) or core cut) and whole body GCPET imaging. Images were reported anonymously and compared with...
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