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Tracers and corresponding detection devices: technetium colloids, blue dyes & NIR fluorescence
Chinese Clinical Oncology
Tracers and corresponding detection devices for the mapping of sentinel lymph nodes have been evolving since the first use of lymphangiogram methods in 1977 in penile carcinoma. Nowadays a variety of dyes and radiotracers have been validated for use in breast, vulvar and cervical cancer as well as melanoma. Each tumor site with its anatomical conditions requires different mapping protocol. While the combination of radiotracer and blue dye or radiotracer alone is an established method for breastdoi:10.21037/cco-20-252 pmid:33951916 fatcat:3brmr5mshzcnhkxmapdhkc3lpy