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Is Quantitative Histologic Examination Useful to Predict Nonorgan-Confined Prostate Cancer When Saturation Biopsy Is Performed?

Is Quantitative Histologic Examination Useful to Predict Nonorgan-Confined Prostate Cancer When Saturation Biopsy Is Performed?,10.1016/j.urology.2008

Is Quantitative Histologic Examination Useful to Predict Nonorgan-Confined Prostate Cancer When Saturation Biopsy Is Performed?   (Citations: 2)
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Journal: Urology , vol. 72, no. 6, pp. 1198-1202, 2008
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    • ...Pepe et al. 2008, [21] 69 Total percentage of carcinoma, greatest percentage of carcinoma, cancer-positive cores, cancer-positive cores in both lateral margins Gleason score [6, total percentage of carcinoma [20%, greatest percentage of carcinoma [50%, cancer-positive cores [2, cancer-positive cores in both margins and bilateral prostate carcinoma demonstrated good accuracy in predicting nonorgan confined carcinomas...
    • ...Pepe et al. [21] evaluated the role of quantitative histologic findings in predicting non-organ confined prostate cancer in patients undergoing repeated saturation prostate biopsy in patients with clinical stage T1c-T2 and tPSA \10 ng/ml...

    Maisa M. Q. Quintalet al. Various morphometric measurements of cancer extent on needle prostatic...

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