Donald Gavin Cruickshank

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Clinical factors were studied in a population based survey of 1,116 cases of testicular neoplasms in Victoria, Australia, between 1950 and 1978. The ratio of right to left sided tumours was 54:46, but the left side predominated among sarcomas (P = 0.006), and in older men. The relative risk (RR) for men with unilateral maldescent was 15 (CI 10-23) and for(More)
Initial classifications of 1009 testicular tumours were reviewed as part of a population based survey of all testicular neoplasms in Victoria, Australia, between 1950 and 1978. All reviews were made by one of two pathologists at the Peter MacCallum Cancer Institute, using the system of the British Testicular Tumour Panel. Accuracy of diagnosis varied(More)
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