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Gary J. Whitman, M.D
Breast Cancer Staging with Ultrasound
Gary J. Whitman, M.D
10/19/2014 | Time : 28 min
About This Lecture:

The speaker discusses the role of ultrasound in staging breast cancer. Discuss the role of ultrasound in evaluating the regional lymph node basins. Discuss the role of ultrasound in staging breast cancer. Discuss the role of ultrasound-guided biopsy in staging breast cancer.

Topics mentioned in this video : Objectives, Staging breast cancers, Staging, Sonographic image, Staging known or suspected tumors, Sonographic images, Staging, Tumor, Regional nodes, Regional nodes continued, Sonographic images, Metastasis, Staging, Eligibility for breast conservation, Mammographic and sonographic images, Documenting multifocal disease, Multifocal disease, Sonographic images, Case: palpable mass in dense breast, Mammographic and sonographic images, Ductal extension, Sonographic images, Staging, Mammographic and sonographic images, Diagram, Normal benign lymph nodes, Sonographic images, Normal axillary lymph nodes, Metastatic lymph nodes, Sonographic image, Lymph node size, Malignant lymph node, Sonographic image, Malignant lymph: shape, Malignant lymph: hilar compression, Sonographic images, US: values added, Schematic, Axillary lymph node FNA, Palpable breast cancers, Detection of metastases by sonography, Limitation of nodal US, Physical examination of the axilla, Underestimation of disease, Tumor downstaging, Lymph node sonography, Sonographic image, Limitations of axillary FNA, Nodal status, Sonographic images, Axillary lymph node dissection, Ultrasound evaluation of the axilla, 60 year old woman: screening, Transverse US images, Left axillary ultrasound, Ultrasound-guided biopsies, Ultrasound-guided left axillary FNA, Results: multi-focal disease, 48 year old woman, Sonographic and MR images, Staging IIIA-T2 N3 M0, Sonographic image, Known or suspected cancer, Staging, Thank you

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Keywords : axillary lymph node, breast cancer staging, breast cancer, breast mass, breast ultrasound, core needle biopsy, DCIS, ductal carcinoma in situ, fine needle aspiration, FNA, infraclavicular lymph node, invasive ductal carcinoma, multifocal breast cancer, regional lymph nodes, satellite lesion, sentinel lymph node biopsy, sentinel lymph node, sonomammography, supraclavicular lymph node

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