Sentinel Node Biopsy – Breast by Craig Canby, PhD

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The lecture Sentinel Node Biopsy – Breast by Craig Canby, PhD is from the course Abdominal Wall with Dr. Canby.


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  1. Thoracodorsal nerve
  2. Long thoracic nerve
  3. Intercostobrachial nerve
  4. Medial brachial nerve
  5. Musculocutaneous nerve
  1. Inject a blue dye or radiotracer intradermally at the tumor site.
  2. Inject a red dye into the central nipple zone.
  3. Inject a red dye into the upper outer quadrant.
  4. Inject a blue dye into the most fatty area of the breast.
  5. Inject dye into the axillary region.
  1. Long thoracic nerve
  2. Brachial cutaneous nerve
  3. Thoracodorsal nerve
  4. Medial brachial cutaneous nerve
  5. Short thoracic nerve
  1. The sentinel lymph node is most likely to have malignant cells.
  2. The sentinel lymph node is most likely to have excess fat.
  3. The sentinel lymph node is most likely to have been damaged.
  4. The sentinel lymph node is most likely to have excess fibers.
  5. The sentinel lymph node is most likely to have mast cells.
  1. Polythelia
  2. Polymastia
  3. Amastia
  4. Athelia
  5. Poland syndrome

Author of lecture Sentinel Node Biopsy – Breast

 Craig Canby, PhD

Craig Canby, PhD


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