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Journal Scan / Research · March 24, 2020

Factors Affecting Sentinel Node Metastasis in Thin Cutaneous Melanomas

Journal of Clinical Oncology


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Journal of Clinical Oncology
Factors Affecting Sentinel Node Metastasis in Thin (T1) Cutaneous Melanomas: Development and External Validation of a Predictive Nomogram
J. Clin. Oncol 2020 Mar 13;[EPub Ahead of Print], A Maurichi, R Miceli, H Eriksson, J Newton-Bishop, J Nsengimana, M Chan, AJ Hayes, K Heelan, D Adams, R Patuzzo, F Barretta, G Gallino, C Harwood, D Bergamaschi, D Bennett, K Lasithiotakis, P Ghiorzo, B Dalmasso, A Manganoni, F Consoli, I Mattavelli, C Barbieri, A Leva, U Cortinovis, V Espeli, C Mangas, P Quaglino, S Ribero, P Broganelli, G Pellacani, C Longo, C Del Forno, L Borgognoni, S Sestini, N Pimpinelli, S Fortunato, A Chiarugi, P Nardini, E Morittu, A Florita, M Cossa, B Valeri, M Milione, G Pruneri, O Zoras, A Anichini, R Mortarini, M Santinami

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