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Corrigendum to High Mitotic Rate Predicts Sentinel Lymph Node Involvement in Thin Melanomas

[Journal of Surgical Research 256 (2020) 198-205]
      The authors regret an error in the authorship of this manuscript. William P Lancaster was not included in the final submission; this has now been corrected. The authors would like to apologize for any inconvenience caused by the oversight.

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      • High Mitotic Rate Predicts Sentinel Lymph Node Involvement in Thin Melanomas
        Journal of Surgical ResearchVol. 256
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          Indications for sentinel lymph node (SLN) biopsy in the population with thin melanoma have frequently changed over time. The objective of our study was to evaluate T1 melanoma pathologic features predictive of SLN positivity with a primary focus on identifying a specific mitotic value that is most predictive of lymph node disease. Further detailed predictive features would help physicians select patients with thin melanoma for SLN biopsy.
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