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Gary J. Whitman, M.D
Staging Breast Cancer with Ultrasound
Gary J. Whitman, M.D
07/03/2016 | Time : 20 min
About This Lecture:

The speaker discusses the role of ultrasound in staging breast cancer. Upon completion of this educational activity the participant will better appreciate the role that ultrasound plays in staging breast cancer, in both multifocal and multicentric disease, as well as interrogating regional lymph nodes for metastatic disease.

Topics mentioned in this video : Staging known or suspected tumors, Documenting multifocal disease, ILC, Ductal extension, Lymph node basins, Normal vs metastatic lymph nodes, Nodal status, Axilla

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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, ILC, infraclavicular lymph node, internal mammary lymph node, intramammary lymph node, invasive ductal carcinoma, invasive lobular carcinoma, microcalcifications, multicentric breast cancer, multifocal breast cancer, regional lymph nodes, sentinel lymph node biopsy, sentinel lymph node, sonomammography, supraclavicular lymph node

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