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Since its introduction to the diagnostic pathway for prostate cancer management, prostate-specific membrane antigen (PSMA)–ligand PET has demonstrated great potential. PSMA-ligand imaging is increasingly influencing therapeutic decision making, although its impact on patient outcomes still needs to be defined. One relatively new application, enabled through chemical and engineering efforts, is PSMA-guided surgery. This review highlights the potential of PSMA-guided surgery and discusses its implications in lymph node dissection in primary and recurrent prostate cancer.

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Journal of Nuclear Medicine

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