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AvtorPodkrajšek, Maja
Marolt-Mušič, Maja
Kadivec, Maksimiljan
Žgajnar, Janez, 1963-
Bešić, Nikola
Pogačnik, Ana, 1946-
Hočevar, Marko, 1964-
Naslov Role of ultrasound in the preoperative staging of patients with breast cancer / Maja Podkrajšek ... [et al.]
Vrsta/vsebinatype of material članek - sestavni del
Jezikangleški
Leto2005
Fizični opisstr. 1044-1050
Opombe18 ref.
BSDOCID118151
Predmetne oznakeBreast Neoplasms - Ultrasonography - Surgery - Pathology
Neoplasm Staging
Ultrasonography, Doppler, Color
Ultrasonography, Mammary
Age Factors
Axilla - Ultrasonography
Biopsy, Needle
Lymph Node Excision
Predictive Value Of Tests
Preoperative Care
Roc Curve
Sensitivity And Specificity
Dojka, novotvorbe
Novotvorba, stadij
Ultrasonografija dojke
Ultrasonografija dopplerska, barvna
Bezgavka, ekscizija
Biopsija igelna
Napovedna vrednost testov
Občutljivost in specifičnost
Pazduha
Predoperativna oskrba
ROK krivulja
Starostni faktorji
PovzetekThe aim of this study was to evaluate the ability of axillary ultrasound (US) and US-guided fine-needle aspiration biopsy (FNAB) to detect axillary LN metastases. Between January 2001 and September 2003, axillary US was performedin 165 patients with cytologically or histologically proven breast cancer and clinically non-palpable axillary LNs. In patients with US suspicious LNs, US-guided FNAB was performed and patients with cytologically proven malignant LNs proceeded directly to the ALND. In 49/90 patients with USsuspicious LNs, US-guided FNAB was performed. It was positive in 33/49 patients. Definitive histology report revealed LN metastases in 65/165 patients. The sensitivity, specificity, positive and negative predictive valueof the US-FNAB, were 84, 91, 97 and 62%. Axillary US in a combination with US-FNAB is a valuable method in preoperative staging of patients with breast cancer. Almost 50% of patients with LN metastases can be spared the second operation. However, it is very much operator-dependent and equipment-dependent.
COBISS.SI-ID20190425
Glej publikacijo TI=European radiology ISSN: 0938-7994.- Letn. 15, št. 5 (2005), str. 1044-1050