Question on K20 staining on inguinal lymph nodes
Posted in the Pathology Forum
#1 Jun 1, 2013
Can someone please explain the reason/s why a k20 staining would be performed on an inguinal lymph node biopsy? Is this standard to perform this test, or is this to confirm what type of cancer is present and how o treat it? Thank you.
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