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Advanced‐stage cervical carcinomas are defined by a recurrent pattern of chromosomal aberrations revealing high genetic instability and a consistent gain of chromosome arm 3q
We have analyzed 30 cases of advanced‐stage cervical squamous cell carcinoma (stages IIb–IV) by comparative genomic hybridization (CGH). The most consistent chromosomal gain in the aneuploid tumorsExpand
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Clinical and histopathologic factors related to prognosis in primary squamous cell carcinoma of the vagina
The goal of this retrospective study concerning primary carcinoma of the vagina (PCV) was to analyze clinical and histopathologic prognostic factors in one of the largest known material, whichExpand
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Cervical cancer in the screening era: who fell victim in spite of successful screening programs?
Objective To compare profiles of a prescreening and screening cohort of women with cervical cancer regarding histopathology and clinical variables in order to identify those remaining at risk despiteExpand
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Human Papillomavirus Infection, Centrosome Aberration, and Genetic Stability in Cervical Lesions
DNA replication and centrosome duplication have to be strictly synchronized to guarantee genomic stability. p53, pRb, cyclin E, and cyclin A are reported to be involved in the synchronizing process.Expand
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Diagnostic protein marker patterns in squamous cervical cancer
Purpose: Cervical cancer is the second most prevalent malignancy of women. Our aim was to identify additional marker protein patterns for objective diagnosis of squamous cervical cancer (SCC).
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Protein expression patterns in primary carcinoma of the vagina
Protein patterns in six samples from primary vaginal cancers, in five from normal vaginal tissue and in five primary cervical cancers, were analysed using two-dimensional polyacrylamide gelExpand
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Impact of genomic stability on protein expression in endometrioid endometrial cancer
Background:Genomic stability is one of the crucial prognostic factors for patients with endometrioid endometrial cancer (EEC). The impact of genomic stability on the tumour tissue proteome of EEC isExpand
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Uterine cervix cancer treatment at Radiumhemmet: 90 years′ experience. Time trends of age, stage, and histopathology distribution
Since the introduction of screening programs for cervical cancer (CC) the incidence has decreased and CC is discovered at an earlier stage. The purpose of this study was to analyze time trends inExpand
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Carcinoma of the cervical stump: fifty years of experience.
A series of patients with carcinoma of the cervical stump in relation to age, clinical stage, histopathology, changes in relative incidence, treatment outcome and long-term survival, were studied andExpand
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Descriptive clinicopathologic study of 17 patients with endometrial cancer during or after adjuvant tamoxifen in early breast cancer.
BACKGROUND Studies have shown that patients with early-stage endometrial cancer who have previously used endogenous estrogen (oral contraceptives or estrogen replacement therapy) have a favorableExpand
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