Prostatakarzinom — ein wachsendes medizinisches Problem

  • T. Senge
  • G. Haupt
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Jede wissenschaftliche und jede klinisch orientierte Auseinandersetzung mit dem Prostatakarzinom stößt auf 5 eng miteinander verwobene Probleme: Inzidenz mit Prävalenz, Mortalität, Überlebenszeit, Risiko eines Overtreatments und Bewertung des Screenings.


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