Clinical significance of catecholamine excretion levels in diagnosis and treatment of neuroblastoma.

  • Jill V Bond
  • Published 1975 in Archives of disease in childhood

Abstract

Bond, J.V. (1975). Archives of Disease in Childhood, 50, 691. Clinical significance of catecholamine excretion levels in diagnosis and treatment of neuroblastoma. The pattern of urinary excretion of vanillylmandelic acid (VMA) was studied in 50 children with neuroblastoma. There were 10 disease-free survivors, and 4 children who survive for 3 or more years… (More)

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