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Prevalence of lymph nodes in the apex of level V: a plea against the necessity to dissect the apex of level V in mucosal head and neck cancer

Bibliographic reference Hamoir, Marc ; Shah, Jatin P ; Desuter, Gauthier ; Grégoire, Vincent ; Ledeghen, Stéphane ; et. al. Prevalence of lymph nodes in the apex of level V: a plea against the necessity to dissect the apex of level V in mucosal head and neck cancer. In: Head & Neck : journal for the sciences and specialities of the head and neck, Vol. 27, no. 11, p. 963-969; discussion 969 (2005)
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