Iodine-125 Implantation for Prostatic Carcinoma
The technique and rationale for iodine 125 implantation for prostatic adenocarcinoma has been fully described by its originators (1). This article will be devoted to recent modifications and continuing controversies.
KeywordsGleason Score Prostatic Carcinoma Prostatic Adenocarcinoma Pelvic Lymphadenectomy Early Stage Prostatic Cancer
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