In carcinoma of the prostate, involvement of regional lymph nodes can occur early in its natural history and be independent of haematogenous spread, as demonstrated by Flocks et al. (1959) in a surgical series of 411 patients. The significance of lymph node involvement in treatment strategy and its importance in prognosis is considerable (Flocks 1973).
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