Radical Prostatectomy as a First-Line Treatment in Patients with Initial PSA  >20 ng/mL

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Initial PSA >20 ng/mL is generally considered an adverse prognostic feature in prostate cancer (PCa). Our goals were to estimate the impact of radical prostatectomy (RP) on biochemical recurrence- (BCR-) free and cancer-specific survival (CSS) rates of PCa patients with PSA >20 ng/mL, and to identify patients with favorable oncological outcome. Using 20 ng… (More)
DOI: 10.1155/2012/832974

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@inproceedings{Hinev2012RadicalPA, title={Radical Prostatectomy as a First-Line Treatment in Patients with Initial PSA  >20 ng/mL}, author={Alexander Ivanov Hinev and Deyan Anakievski and Vesselin I. Hadjiev}, booktitle={International journal of surgical oncology}, year={2012} }