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Die PRECISE-Studie: Veränderung oder Stillstand der PCa-Diagnostik?

The PRECISE study: change or standstill in PCa diagnostics?

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Al-Monajjed, R., Schimmöller, L. Die PRECISE-Studie: Veränderung oder Stillstand der PCa-Diagnostik?. Urologe 60, 1336–1338 (2021). https://doi.org/10.1007/s00120-021-01592-8

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