SLN stands for “Sentinel Lymph Nodes,” and determining whether breast cancer has spread to those sentinel lymph nodes is key to prognosis and treatment of breast cancer. The traditional “blue dyes” used to identify sentinel lymph node spread are not “held” by the lymph node very long; so imaging is hard to make, and there have been instances of severe allergic reaction.
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