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Validation study on the clinical usefulness of the ICG fluorescence method for detecting sentinel lymph node in early-stage breast cancer in comparison with the dye method.
T. Sugie
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T. Sawada
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N. Tagaya
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T. Kinoshita
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K. Yamagami
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H. Suwa
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K. Yoshimura
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M. Sumi
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