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Uterine sarcomas are a heterogeneous group, which constitutes about 8% of malignant uterine tumors. This heterogeneousness and rare occurrence were the main cause of non-uniform therapeutical management. In previously published papers, there were mainly retrospective assessments of the experience of individual centres. The basis of relevant conclusions of(More)
KTI/IE Discussion Papers are circulated to promote discussion and provoque comments. Any references to discussion papers should clearly state that the paper is preliminary. Materials published in this series may subject to further publication. Abstract In finance risk capital allocation raises important questions both from theoretical and practical points(More)
BACKGROUNDS Angiomyofibroblastoma (AMFB) is a rare histopathologic finding of the female lower genital tract. This tumor belongs to the group of mesenchymal tumors. Mesenchymal neoplasms of the modified genital skin and mucosa are uncommon. The majority of these lesions are seen in females and, collectively, they form a family of vulvovaginal soft tissue(More)
HPV infections of the lower genital tract are associated with the increasing incidence of vulvar intraepithelial neoplasia. The new classification divides vulvar intraepithelial neoplasia according to its incidence into two groups: usual and differentiated type. The usual type occurs mainly in young women and is associated with HPV infection, the(More)
The depth of myometrial infiltration by endometrial cancer is an important prognostic factor. The examination of the depth of infiltration classifies the patients in the low- and high-risk groups, which influences the therapeutic approach. Transvaginal ultrasonography represents a first-choice diagnostic test for the assessment of the depth of myometrial(More)
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