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Figure 4: Axillary ultrasound scan with Doppler interrogation in longitudinal view showing (a) eccentric hypoechoic thickening with peripherally displaced hyperechoic hilum (white star) with transcapsular neovascularisation (orange arrow), (b) extensive replacement of lymph node cortex by metastatic tumour eccentrically compressing the hilum to the edge of the node (small white arrows) and neovascularisation (orange arrows) and (c) an enlarged lymph node with a completely obliterated hilum, clumped centrally located vessels (small white arrows) and transcapsular vessels (orange arrows)

Figure 4: Axillary ultrasound scan with Doppler interrogation in longitudinal view showing (a) eccentric hypoechoic thickening with peripherally displaced hyperechoic hilum (white star) with transcapsular neovascularisation (orange arrow), (b) extensive replacement of lymph node cortex by metastatic tumour eccentrically compressing the hilum to the edge of the node (small white arrows) and neovascularisation (orange arrows) and (c) an enlarged lymph node with a completely obliterated hilum, clumped centrally located vessels (small white arrows) and transcapsular vessels (orange arrows)