ADDITIONAL EXAMINATIONS IN LYMPHOGRAPHY: A RADIOLOGICAL-SURGICAL-PATHOLOGICAL CORRELATION
- T de Roo
190 patients with metastatic disease were examined lymphographically. After subsequent surgery, a correlation could be made between the histological and roentgenological findings on the lymphoadenogram, tomogram and angiogram. Only considerable experience in the evaluation of tomograms can lead to optimum results. Supplementary angiography, although a very coarse diagnostic method, also gave more favorable results. For this group of patients, the number of faulty diagnoses on the basis of lympho-adenography (29%) was reduced considerably after selective supplementary tomography and angiography (14%).
How to Cite:
de Roo, T., (1974) “ADDITIONAL EXAMINATIONS IN LYMPHOGRAPHY: A RADIOLOGICAL-SURGICAL-PATHOLOGICAL CORRELATION”, Lymphology 7(1), 45-49.