P J Garbeff

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We studied 425 patients who had undergone radical cystectomy for transitional cell cancer of the bladder and were followed for 5 years or more, or until death. Upper urinary tract urothelial cancer developed in 14 patients (3.3 per cent), 3 of whom had bilateral disease: 2 synchronous and 1 asynchronous. The interval between cystectomy and emergence of the(More)
A group of boys exposed to diethylstilbestrol (DES) in utero who had earlier been found to have urogenital abnormalities were studied for evidence of later effects of DES on their health, physical development and hormonal status. They showed no difference in age at onset of puberty, development of sexual characteristics or hormone levels from boys of the(More)
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