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The axillary lymph node group does not include the sentinel lymph node and Wikipedia says it is a “hypothetical ” lymph node which is the first to be drained by a tumour. It also has a significant role in diagnosis of breast cancer. [Thieme atlas of anatomy]
1) Is sentinel lymph node actually present? If yes why is it not included in axillary lymph node group?
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