Whether these sites are only typical after prostatectomy due to changed lymph drainage routes or if there might even be the possibility to draw conclusions in respect to recommended lymph nodes to be removed during lymphadenectomy remains to be seen.
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These sites should be kept in mind no matter what treatment modality comes into play after prostatectomy.
Written By: Kilian Schiller
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