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European Urology (1997) 32 (1): 58–63.
Published Online: 19 February 2019
... after treatment were the most useful predictors of progression-free (p = 0.004) or cause-specific survival (p = 0.006) in a multivariate Cox proportional-hazard model including histologic grade, age, performance status and pretreatment hemoglobin. Conclusions: We have found that a low PSA level 2 months...
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European Urology (1989) 16 (3): 189–194.
Published Online: 11 August 2017
... in the removed bladder at surgery. For these cases, 3-year and 5-year survival rates were 100%. On the other hand, for cases whose destruction of tumor structures was of mild degree or less, 3-year survival rates were 51.9-57.1 %. No serious side effect was observed. This preoperative therapy was thought...
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European Urology (1995) 28 (1): 19–24.
Published Online: 11 August 2017
...J. Aparicio; J. Montalar; E.B. Munárriz; G. Reynés; J. Gómez-Codina; M. Pastor; C. Herranz The records of 23 patients (22 male and 1 female, median age 28 years) with extragonadal germ cell tumors (EGCT) treated between 1974 and 1993 were reviewed retrospectively to investigate long-term survival...
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European Urology (1994) 26 (2): 145–148.
Published Online: 11 August 2017
...E.B. Jakobsen; J.H. Eickhoff; J.P. Andersen; M. Ottesen We retrospectively studied the effect of perioperative blood transfusion in 208 transfused and 50 nontransfused patients operated on during a 12-year period for renal cell cancer. The 5-year renal cell cancer specific survival rate was 0.46...
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European Urology (1992) 22 (3): 200–203.
Published Online: 11 August 2017
.... The patient survival rate was comparable to that of T(3)N(o)M(o)-staged cases. Survival rates at 1 and 4 years were, respectively, 96.8 and 40% for V(2) cases, 100 and 100% for V(3), 85.7 and 40% for V(4). It seems, therefore, that in patients with locorégional disease and satisfactory conditions...
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European Urology (1991) 20 (3): 184–191.
Published Online: 11 August 2017
...P. Sánchez de la Muela; D. Rosell; L. Agüera; F. De Castro; W. Isa; J.E. Robles; J.J. Zudaire; J.M. Berián Two hundred and seventeen consecutive patients with superficial bladder cancer stages T(a)-T(1) were analyzed for survival and prognostic factors. The overall 5-year survival was 88 ± 5.3...
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European Urology (1996) 30 (1): 65–72.
Published Online: 11 August 2017
... by immunohistochemistry on surgical specimens and related to stage, grade and cancer-specific survival in 186 prostate cancer patients treated with transurethral resection and subsequent surveillance. Results: There was a significant correlation between p53 staining and grade: 2% of the highly differentiated, 8...
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European Urology (1991) 20 (1): 62–66.
Published Online: 11 August 2017
..., whereas histological grade had no significant predictive value. The clinical stage (T) predicted crude survival (p = 0.0005). Results show that FCM gives prognostic information in prostatic adenocarcinoma beyond that of histological grading. 11 8 2017 1991 Copyright / Drug Dosage...
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European Urology (1988) 15 (1-2): 59–61.
Published Online: 11 August 2017
.... These patients experienced a better survival than those who had not been exposed in BN foci. An opposite finding of the only author who previously tried to quantify survival in the same region by a similar approach was explained by two main reasons: his failure to control a considerable age difference between...
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European Urology (1994) 25 (4): 305–312.
Published Online: 11 August 2017
... prostatectomy. Compared with younger patients, elderly patients had a higher pathologic stage (71 versus 45% stage pT3 or greater, p < 0.001) and higher-grade lesions (49 versus 21 %, p < 0.001). Survival was significantly worse compared with age-matched controls for younger patients with high-stage...
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European Urology (1993) 24 (Suppl. 2): 64–66.
Published Online: 11 August 2017
... survival of 6.3 years compared to 34 who died from intercurrent disease with a median survival of only 2.6 years. The observed survival for the whole group was similar to the expected survival for an age-matched population in Scotland. This was despite the fact that the nodal status and the capsular...
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European Urology (1993) 24 (1): 52–57.
Published Online: 11 August 2017
... on the whole pelvis at 3-4 weeks interval (66-108 days). Group C patients, not suitable for radical treatment,received only 40-54 Gy photon equivalent (26-70 days). The overall 5-year actuarial survival rate was 30% (SE 8%). As expected, T stage was a statistically significant prognostic factor. The overall...
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European Urology (1987) 13 (6): 372–377.
Published Online: 11 August 2017
...Sophie Dorothea Fosså; Kirsten Sundby Hall; Nils B. Johannessen; Thomas Urnes; Olav Kaalhus The cancer-related 5-year survival was 80% in 79 patients with penile cancer treated at the Norwegian Radium Hospital from 1974 to 1985 (N(0) = 61, N(1-2) = 12, N(3) = 6). Sentinal node biopsy (SLN...
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European Urology (1980) 6 (3): 145–148.
Published Online: 11 August 2017
... we used 40 patients, chosen at random, with stage C and stage D cancer of the prostate gland who were treated with stilbestrol and orchiectomy. The survival rate is improved in patients treated with cyproterone acetate and orchiectomy compared to the patients treated with stilbestrol and orchiectomy...
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European Urology (1986) 12 (3): 158–163.
Published Online: 11 August 2017
..., 23X2 Gy; group 2: 34 patients, 5X4 Gy; group 3: 46 patients, 0 Gy). Crude and disease-free survival was 40 and 54%, respectively, in this retrospective study. No survival difference was observed between the different groups. ‘Stage reduction’ in the cystectomy specimen (P<T) was the only significant...
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European Urology (1990) 17 (2): 155–160.
Published Online: 11 August 2017
... to histopathological grade, mean nuclear area or SD of nuclear area. The progress in nodal or metastatic stage could be predicted by histopathological grade, mean nuclear area and SD of the nuclear area. Prediction of crude survival, however, was not efficient. When only bladder cancer deaths were included...