Prognostic Factors in Renal Cancer
In 1965, Rotterdam urologists and the Rotterdam Radiotherapy Institute started a prospective clinical trial in order to investigate the value of preoperative irradiation in renal cell cancer, to assess the value of the TNM classification of the International Union against Cancer, and to identify prognostic tumor and host factors. In a previous report, preliminary results have been reported (1).
KeywordsSedimentation Rate Renal Vein Renal Cancer Preoperative Irradiation Postoperative Score
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