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Predictors of occult metastasis in clinistage I nonseminoma: a systematic review

In Journal of Clinical Oncology
By: Vergouwe Y.
Contributor(s): Steyerberg, E W | .
Material type: materialTypeLabelArticleSeries: Vol 21 Issues 22.Publisher: 2003Description: 4092-4099.Subject(s): DDC classification: In: Journal of Clinical OncologySummary: Patients with clinical stage I nonseminomatous testicular germ cell tumor should ideally receive adjuvant therapy only when they are at high risk for occult metastasis. Authors aimed to quantify the importance of predictors for occult metastasis by performing a systematic review of the relevant literature. I addition, the authors reviewed published multivariable models and risk-adapted treatment policies.
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Patients with clinical stage I nonseminomatous testicular germ cell tumor should ideally receive adjuvant therapy only when they are at high risk for occult metastasis. Authors aimed to quantify the importance of predictors for occult metastasis by performing a systematic review of the relevant literature. I addition, the authors reviewed published multivariable models and risk-adapted treatment policies.

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