J.-C. Schobbens

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AIM Breast cancer-related lymphoedema (BCRL) is a disabling complication developing after breast cancer treatment in a proportion of patients. Its impact on quality of life becomes more substantial as survival after breast cancer diagnosis increases. The incidence of BCRL following breast cancer treatment varies due to a lack of -uniform definition and(More)
According to the literature the prevalence of congenital uterine anomalies varies between 3.4 and 5.0% and Müllerian anomalies are found more often in subfertile patients compared to fertile controls (Raga et al., 1997; Grimbizis et al., 2001). Congenital malformations of the Müllerian system are probably caused by multifactorial polygenic and familial(More)
AIM Criteria for future accreditation of breast cancer centres in Belgium will be mainly based on the case load per surgeon or per centre. We would like to argue that the prospective collection of relevant data and the analysis of treatment related outcome derived from these data is feasible and should be the ultimate criterion for quality assessment and(More)
Breast cancer risk assessment and communication are much neglected aspects of women's health care. Breast cancer is the most prevalent cancer-related disease that touches the deepest of a women's feelings and the subject thus attracts much of the attention of the media. Disease prevalence and media coverage are the roots of inappropriate breast cancer risk(More)
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