Clinical Associate Professor Hugh Carmalt

Clinical Associate Professor
Surgery, Concord Clinical School

C22 - Concord Hospital
The University of Sydney
NSW 2006 Australia

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Publications

2014 | 2013 | 2012 | 2010 | 2009

2014

   
  • Warrier, S., Hwang, S., Koh, C., Shepherd, H., Mak, C., Carmalt, H., Solomon, M. (2014), Preservation or division of the intercostobrachial nerve in axillary dissection for breast cancer: Meta-analysis of Randomised Controlled Trials. Breast. 23, 310-316. [Abstract]

2013

   
  • Karim, R., O'Toole, S., Scolyer, R., Cooper, C., Chan, B., Selinger, C., Yu, B., Carmalt, H., Mak, C., Tse, G., Tan, P., Putti, T., Lee, C. (2013), Recent insights into the molecular pathogenesis of mammary phyllodes tumours. Journal of Clinical Pathology. 66, 496-505. [Abstract]
  • Cooper, C., Karim, R., Selinger, C., Carmalt, H., Lee, C., O'Toole, S. (2013), Molecular alterations in metaplastic breast carcinoma. Journal of Clinical Pathology. 66(6), 522-528. [Abstract]

2012

   
  • Uren, R., Howman-Giles, R., Chung, D., Spillane, A., Noushi, F., Gillett, D., Gluch, L., Mak, C., West, R., Briody, J., Carmalt, H. (2012), SPECT/CT scans allow precise anatomical location of sentinel lymph nodes in breast cancer and redefine lymphatic drainage from the breast to the axilla. Breast. 21(4), 480-486. [Abstract]

2010

   
  • Karim, R., Gerega, S., Yang, Y., Spillane, A., Carmalt, H., Scolyer, R., Lee, C. (2010), p16 and pRb immunohistochemical expression increases with increasing tumour grade in mammary phyllodes tumours. Histopathology. 56(7), 868-875. [Abstract]

2009

   
  • Karim, R., Gerega, S., Yang, Y., Horvath, L., Spillane, A., Carmalt, H., Scolyer, R., Lee, C. (2009), Proteins from the Wnt pathway are involved in the pathogenesis and progression of mammary phyllodes tumours. Journal of Clinical Pathology. 62(11), 1016-1020. [Abstract]
  • Karim, R., Gerega, S., Yang, Y., Spillane, A., Carmalt, H., Scolyer, R., Lee, C. (2009), Phyllodes tumours of the breast: a clinicopathological analysis of 65 cases from a single institution. Breast. 18(3), 165-170. [Abstract]