DNA cytometric proliferative index predicting organ confinement in clinical stage-B prostate cancer

Moussa, Madeleine; Song, Tom Y.
April 1997
Clinical & Investigative Medicine;Apr97, Vol. 20 Issue 2, p119
Academic Journal
Assesses cellular proliferation as a prognostic indicator of prostatic carcinoma. Analyzation of the relationship between the pathologic state and each of the proliferative index, Gleason score and serum prostate-specific antigen level; Classification of tumours; Consistent predictor of organ confinement.


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