Diagnostic and prognostic impact of urinary catecholamines in neuroblastoma patients

@article{Strenger2007DiagnosticAP,
  title={Diagnostic and prognostic impact of urinary catecholamines in neuroblastoma patients},
  author={V. Strenger and R. Kerbl and H. Dornbusch and R. Ladenstein and P. Ambros and I. Ambros and C. Urban},
  journal={Pediatric Blood \& Cancer},
  year={2007},
  volume={48}
}
Urinary catecholamine metabolites are well‐known to be elevated in patients with neuroblastoma. Some investigators have described different patterns in favorable and unfavorable cases. However, extended studies have not been published. 
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