Florian Lutz

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BACKGROUND Presence of small (tertiary) Gleason 5 pattern is linked to a higher risk of biochemical recurrence in prostate cancer. It is unclear, however, how to integrate small Gleason 5 elements into clinically relevant Gleason grade groups. OBJECTIVE To analyze the prognostic impact of Gleason 5 patterns in prostate cancer and to develop a method for(More)
BACKGROUND Gleason grading is the strongest prognostic parameter in prostate cancer. Gleason grading is categorized as Gleason ≤ 6, 3 + 4, 4 + 3, 8, and 9-10, but there is variability within these subgroups. For example, Gleason 4 components may range from 5-45% in a Gleason 3 + 4 = 7 cancer. OBJECTIVE To assess the clinical relevance of the fractions of(More)
  • Florian Lutz
  • The Journal of orthopaedic and sports physical…
  • 1991
Lateral elbow pain is common in athletic and nonathletic populations. Radial tunnel syndrome (RTS) is an infrequent condition that may produce symptoms similar to tennis elbow. However, RTS is distinguished from tennis elbow in that the symptoms are present more than six months and resistant to conservative treatment. Furthermore, three pathognomomic signs(More)
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