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MUC1, MUC2, MUC5AC, and MUC6 in colorectal cancer: expression profiles and clinical significance
Mucin glycoprotein expression can be altered during the carcinogenic process. The impact on the prognosis of patients with colorectal cancer (CRC) is controversial. We analyzed tumors from 381Expand
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Bone-implant interface strength and osseointegration: Biodegradable magnesium alloy versus standard titanium control.
Previous research on the feasibility of using biodegradable magnesium alloys for bone implant applications mainly focused on biocompatibility and corrosion resistance. However, successful clinicalExpand
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Tumor necrosis is a new promising prognostic factor in colorectal cancer.
The prognostic significance of tumor necrosis in colorectal cancer is unclear. Our study aimed to analyze the prognostic value of tumor necrosis with respect to progression-free and cancer-specificExpand
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Mucinous differentiation in colorectal cancer – indicator of poor prognosis?
Langner C, Harbaum L, Pollheimer M J, Kornprat P, Lindtner R A, Schlemmer A, Vieth M & Rehak P 
(2012) Histopathology 60, 1060–1072
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Tumor Budding is an Independent Predictor of Outcome in AJCC/UICC Stage II Colorectal Cancer
BackgroundIn colorectal cancer, the morphology of the invasive tumor margin may reflect aggressiveness of tumor growth, thus providing important prognostic information. The tumor growth patternExpand
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Value of Tumor Size as a Prognostic Variable in Colorectal Cancer: A Critical Reappraisal
Objectives: Vertical tumor growth, reflected by T classification, represents the most important prognostic variable in colorectal cancer. Our study aimed to investigate the impact of tumor size,Expand
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Combined posteroanterior fusion versus transforaminal lumbar interbody fusion (TLIF) in thoracolumbar burst fractures.
BACKGROUND The optimal treatment strategy for burst fractures of the thoracolumbar junction is discussed controversially in the literature. Whilst 360° fusion has shown to result in betterExpand
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Keratin 7 expression in colorectal cancer – freak of nature or significant finding?
Harbaum L, Pollheimer M J, Kornprat P, Lindtner R A, Schlemmer A, Rehak P & Langner C 
(2011) Histopathology59, 225–234
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Intramural and extramural vascular invasion in colorectal cancer
Blood vessel invasion has been associated with poor outcome in colorectal cancer (CRC), whereas the prognostic impact of lymphatic invasion is less clear. The authors of this report evaluated venousExpand
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