Jens Tonhauser

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The Gleason score (GS) to date remains one of the most reliable prognostic predictors in prostate cancer (PCa). However, the majority of studies supporting its prognostic relevance were performed prior to its modification by the International Society of Urological Pathology (ISUP) in 2005. Furthermore, the combination of Gleason grading and(More)
OBJECTIVES To improve the prognostic stratification for different therapeutic options of prostatic carcinomas (PCa) with low and intermediate grade by combining Gleason grading with cytological findings and prognostic grade grouping. METHODS We analyzed PCa after radical prostatectomy using the combined grading of Gleason and Helpap, which allows an exact(More)
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