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The present study involved 215 endometrial carcinoma patients. Ninety-nine were treated by combined irradiation and surgery (preoperative external irradiation and intracavitary insertion followed by(More)
Two groups of patients (215 cases) with endometrial cancer were treated between 1968 and 1978 either by a combination of radiotherapy and surgery or by radiotherapy alone. In the first group (99(More)
At the present time endometrial carcinoma is considered to be among the most frequent of gynecological tumors and its incidence is now reaching that of cervix carcinoma. In this paper, we present the(More)
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