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Breast imagers need common lexicon for suspicious lymph node lesions

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Currently there are no common terms to describe suspicious lymph nodes for breast cancer patients. In an interview with Diagnostic Imaging, Dr. Brandie Fagin discusses why common terminology is necessary.

Currently there are no common terms to describe suspicious lymph nodes for breast cancer patients. In an interview with Diagnostic Imaging, Dr. Brandie Fagin discusses why common terminology is necessary.

 

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