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Nicht-invasive Beckenlymphknotendiagnostik und Staging Lymphadenektomie

  • R. Hartung

Zusammenfassung

Die korrekte Therapie des Prostatakarzinoms sollte heute entsprechend dem bei einem Patienten festgestellten Tumorstadium erfolgen. Dies setzt eine genaue Kenntnis der histologischen Differenzierung des Tumors, seiner lokalen Ausdehnung sowie des Ausmaßes der Tumorabsiedlungen im Lymphsystem, im Skelett und in den inneren Organen voraus.

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