1935
DOI: 10.1016/s0140-6736(01)17815-3
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“…Present methods have salvaged 5 cases only in our series (Table XI) With a view to improvement of cure rate in Stage I melanomas it seems thus advisable to join previous authors (1,9,25,28,33,34,45,(52)(53)(54)66) in recommending prophylactic gland dissection in all suitable cases. 1 Before leaving the prophylactic gland dissection it should be emphasized that this method is not applicable to melanoma situated »in the midline of the face or chest for which a bilateral neck dissection or a bilateral axillary dissection would have to be carried out» (1).…”
Section: Discussioumentioning
confidence: 70%
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“…Present methods have salvaged 5 cases only in our series (Table XI) With a view to improvement of cure rate in Stage I melanomas it seems thus advisable to join previous authors (1,9,25,28,33,34,45,(52)(53)(54)66) in recommending prophylactic gland dissection in all suitable cases. 1 Before leaving the prophylactic gland dissection it should be emphasized that this method is not applicable to melanoma situated »in the midline of the face or chest for which a bilateral neck dissection or a bilateral axillary dissection would have to be carried out» (1).…”
Section: Discussioumentioning
confidence: 70%
“…More patients will evidently be salvaged by too wide excisions than by inadequate or repeated operations. We hope that in suitable cases ex cision and dissection »in continuity» for melanoma, as advocated by the Memorial Hospital Group (52)(53)(54)(55)(56), and further the »prophylactic» dissection of regional glands (1,9,25,28,33,34,45,(52)(53)(54)66) will provide more cures than previously used methods have given.…”
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