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Volume 12, Number 1 / January, 2005

Forthcoming Reports

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Editorial

Less Is (Usually) More: When Is Amputation Appropriate for Treatment of Extremity Soft Tissue Sarcoma?

Gary N. Mann MD
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Reducing the Need for Sentinel Node Procedures by Ultrasound Examination of Regional Lymph Nodes

Alexander M. M. Eggermont MD, PhD
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Simplification of Breast Cancer Surgery

Blake Cady MD
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“Axillary Recurrence After a Negative Sentinel Node Biopsy”: Editorial Comment

Philip Z. Israel MD
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Original Article

The Indications for and the Prognostic Significance of Amputation as the Primary Surgical Procedure for Localized Soft Tissue Sarcoma of the Extremity

Michelle A. Ghert MD, FRCSC, Adesegun Abudu MSc, FRCSC, Natasha Driver, Aileen M. Davis PhD, Anthony M. Griffin BSc, Dawn Pearce MD, FRCPC, Lawrence White MD, FRCPC, Brian O’Sullivan MD, FRCPC, Charles N. Catton MD, FRCPC, Robert S. Bell MD, MSc, FRCSC, Jay S. Wunder MD, MSc, FRCSC
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Ultrasound Examination of Sentinel Nodes in the Initial Assessment of Patients With Primary Cutaneous Melanoma

Emma C. Starritt MBBS, PhD, Roger F. Uren MD, Richard A. Scolyer MBBS, Michael J. Quinn MBBS, John F. Thompson MD
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Can Sentinel Lymph Node Biopsy Be Omitted in Patients With Favorable Breast Cancer Histology?

Jane E. Mendez MD, Jane V. Fey MPH, Hiram Cody MD, Patrick I. Borgen MD, Lisa M. Sclafani MD
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Axillary Recurrence After a Negative Sentinel NodeBiopsy for Breast Cancer: Incidence and Clinical Significance

Marjolein L. Smidt MD, Caroline M. M. Janssen MD, Deborah M. Kuster MD, Erik D. M. Bruggink MD, PhD, Luc J. A. Strobbe MD, PhD
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Axillary Recurrence After Sentinel Node Biopsy

Jacqueline Sara Jeruss MD, PhD, David J. Winchester MD, Stephen F. Sener MD, Erika M. Brinkmann MD, Malcolm M. Bilimoria MD, Ermilo Barrera Jr. MD, Eihab Alwawi, Angel Nickolov, G. M. Schermerhorn, David J. Winchester MD
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Beyond the Clinical Trials: How Often Is Sentinel Lymph Node Dissection Performed for Breast Cancer?

Melinda A. Maggard MD, Karen E. Lane MD, Jessica B. O’Connell MD, Deepa Dharshani Nanyakkara, Clifford Y. Ko MD, MSHS
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A Predictive Model for the Development of Hormone-Responsive Breast Cancer

Seema Rao Gorla MD, Nanjiang Hou MS, Simbi Acharya MS, Alfred Rademaker PhD, Seema Khan MD, Valerie Staradub MD, Monica Morrow MD
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Ankle Instability After Vascularized Fibular Harvest for Tumor Reconstruction

Saminathan S. Nathan MD, Lee Hung-Yi MD, Joseph J. Disa MD, Edward Athanasian MD, Patrick Boland MD, Peter G. Cordeiro MD, John H. Healey MD
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Long-Term Survival of Peritoneal Carcinomatosis of Colorectal Origin

Vic J. Verwaal MD, PhD, Serge van Ruth MD, PhD, Arjen Witkamp MD, PhD, Henk Boot MD, PhD, Gooike van Slooten MD, Frans A. N. Zoetmulder MD, PhD
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Lymph Node Metastasis in Epithelial Malignancies of the Appendix With Peritoneal Dissemination Does Not Reduce Survival in Patients Treated by Cytoreductive Surgery and Perioperative Intraperitoneal Chemotherapy

S. González-Moreno MD, PhD, E. Brun MD, FCAP, FASCP, P. H. Sugarbaker MD, FACS, FRCS
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Extent of Thyroidectomy Is Not a Major Determinant of Survival in Low- or High-Risk Papillary Thyroid Cancer

Philip I. Haigh MD, MSc, FRCSC, FACS, David R. Urbach MD, MSc, FRCS, FACS, Lorne E. Rotstein MD, FRCSC, FACS
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