Location of Positive Surgical Margin and Its Association With Biochemical Recurrence Rate Do Not Differ Significantly in Four Different Types of Radical Prostatectomy

@inproceedings{Suh2014LocationOP,
  title={Location of Positive Surgical Margin and Its Association With Biochemical Recurrence Rate Do Not Differ Significantly in Four Different Types of Radical Prostatectomy},
  author={Yoon Seok Suh and Hyeon Jun Jang and Wan Song and Hye Won Lee and Hye Seung Kim and Hwang Gyun Jeon and Byong Chang Jeong and Seong Il Seo and Seong Soo Jeon and Han Yong Choi and Hyun Moo Lee},
  booktitle={Korean journal of urology},
  year={2014}
}
PURPOSE To analyze the location of the positive surgical margin (PSM) and its association with the biochemical recurrence (BCR) rate in cases of radical prostatectomy (RP) according to the type of surgery. MATERIALS AND METHODS We retrospectively analyzed 1,880 cases of RP. Baseline characteristics were analyzed. Locations of the PSM were recorded in the four surgery groups as apex, anterior, posterolateral, and base and were analyzed by using chi-square test. The association of the location… CONTINUE READING
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