“Novel” nomogram and algorithm do not aid in the distinction of primary vs. metastatic mucinous carcinoma of the ovary: letter to the Editor
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Dr. Komforti was responsible for the concept and design of the manuscript, the data collection on mucinous carcinomas, and manuscript preparation. Dr. Thomas was responsible for the analysis of the data and manuscript preparation and revisions.
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