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2004Antimony Concentrations In Nodal Tissue Can Confirm Sentinel Node Identity.Stretch, Jonathan; Thompson, John; Uren, Roger; Beavis, Alison; Dawson, Michael; Doble, Phillip; Li, Ling-Xi L.; McCarthy, Stanley W.; Scolyer, Richard A; Sharma, Raghwa; Soper, Robyne; Central Clinical School: Surgery; Central Clinical School: Surgery; Central Clinical School: MedicineAntimony Concentrations In Nodal Tissue Can Confirm Sentinel Node Identity., Modern pathology, vol.17,(10),2004,pp 1191-1197
2008Confirmation of Sentinel Lymph Node Identity by Analysis of Fine-Needle Biopsy Samples Using Inductively Coupled Plasma-Mass SpectrometryBourne, Roger; Murali, Rajmohan; Scolyer, Richard; Stretch, Jonathan; Thompson, John; Uren, Roger; Beavis, Alison; Dawson, Michael; Doble, Phillip; Lean, Cynthia L; Li, Ling-Xi Lawrence; Medical Radiation Sciences; Central Clinical School: Pathology; Central Clinical School: Pathology; Central Clinical School: Surgery; Central Clinical School: Surgery; Central Clinical School: MedicineConfirmation of Sentinel Lymph Node Identity by Analysis of Fine-Needle Biopsy Samples Using Inductively Coupled Plasma-Mass Spectrometry, Annals Of Surgical Oncology, vol.15,(3),2008,pp 934-940
2004Failure To Remove True Sentinel Nodes Can Cause Failure Of The Sentinel Node Biopsy Technique: Evidence From Antimony Concentrations In False-Negative Sentinel Nodes From Melanoma Patients.Ka, Vivian; McCarthy, Stanley; Scolyer, Richard; Shaw, Helen; Stretch, Jonathan; Thompson, John; Uren, Roger; Beavis, Alison; Dawson, Michael; Doble, Phillip; Li, Ling-Xi L.; McKinnon, J. Gregory; Soper, Robyne; Medicine; Central Clinical School: Inst. of Anatomical Pathology RPAH; Central Clinical School: Pathology; Central Clinical School: Sydney Melanoma Unit; Central Clinical School: Surgery; Central Clinical School: Surgery; Central Clinical School: MedicineFailure To Remove True Sentinel Nodes Can Cause Failure Of The Sentinel Node Biopsy Technique: Evidence From Antimony Concentrations In False-Negative Sentinel Nodes From Melanoma Patients., Annals Of Surgical Oncology, vol.11,(Supplement 3),2004,pp 174S-178S