The Conservative Treatment of Prostatic Carcinoma

  • H. Klosterhalfen
Part of the Recent Results in Cancer Research book series (RECENTCANCER, volume 60)


The treatment of prostatic carcinoma has been one of the subjects of almost every urological meeting in the recent years and will probably continue to be so in the future.


Prostatic Cancer Androgen Receptor Prostatic Carcinoma Estrogen Therapy Prolactin Secretion 
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