Keimzelltumoren im Kindesalter

  • U. Göbel
  • G. Calaminus
  • R.-J. Haas

Zusammenfassung

Die relative Häufigkeit von Keimzelltumoren der zwischen 1980–1992 in das deutsche Kinderkrebsregister gemeldeten Patienten beträgt 3,7%.

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  • U. Göbel
  • G. Calaminus
  • R.-J. Haas

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