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CLASSIFICATION AND FREQUENCY OF TESTICULAR TUMOURS.
Urothelial carcinoma of the kidney and ureter.
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Widespread multifocal occurrence poor differentiation, penetration of the muscle coat and conservative resection of tumours predisposed to a poorer prognosis. Expand
The pathology of testicular tumours
PROGNOSTIC FACTORS IN ADVANCED NON-SEMINOMATOUS GERM-CELL TESTICULAR TUMOURS: RESULTS OF A MULTICENTRE STUDY Report from the Medical Research Council Working Party on Testicular Tumours
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It is suggested that tumour volume and serum marker levels are important and complementary as prognostic indicators in patients with metastatic non-seminomatous germ-cell testicular tumours treated with chemotherapy and are potentially reversible determinant of long-term survival. Expand
The anatomy and function of the ureterovesical junction.
Flat carcinoma in Situ of bladder.
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It is suggested that the term flat carcinoma in situ be used for this lesion whose behavior differs significantly from that of the commoner papillary or invasive tumours. Expand
Conservation surgery of renal carcinoma: the EIRSS experience.
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Vascular invasion and spindle cells indicated a poor prognosis; the position of the tumour, oncocytic elements, calcification, lymphocytic infiltration or the predominance of clear cell or granular cells did not influence survival. Expand
Spontaneous recanalisation of the divided vas deferens.
In 7 healthy adult males subjected to bilateral vasectomy spontaneous recanalisation of the divided vas deferens occurred. The vasa had been either resected and tied (3 Group I) or cut and tied (4Expand
RELATIVE MALIGNANCY OF TESTICULAR TUMOURS.
Pathology of the testis
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