Matthias Stöckle

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A total of 49 bladder cancer patients with tumor stages pT3b, pT4a and/or pelvic lymph node involvement without microscopic or macroscopic evidence of residual tumor was randomized into 2 comparative(More)
OBJECTIVES Our experiences with elective nephron-sparing surgery (NSS) for renal cell carcinoma (RCC) in a consecutive series of 216 patients are presented. Clinicopathological features and long-term(More)
A total of 83 patients with nonorgan-confined bladder cancer with or without lymph node metastases (tumor stages pT3b, pT4a and/or pN1, pN2) was evaluated in November 1993 for relapse-free and(More)
OBJECTIVES Systemic progression is the prevalent form of bladder tumor recurrence after radical cystectomy. The ability to detect circulating tumor cells in peripheral blood or bone marrow could be(More)