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40% of cancer diagnoses tied to extra weight; rate higher in older individuals, females.
But surgeon sex is not associated with differences in readmissions or complications.
Patients with papillary versus clear cell renal cell carcinoma have a 24% decreased risk of dying from their cancer.
The variant HSD3B1 allele increases the likelihood of metastasis in men receiving androgen-deprivation therapy for biochemically recurrent disease after radiotherapy for localized PCa.
Non-metastatic prostate cancer patients are more likely to die from causes other than the disease.
Tool incorporates the relative contribution of tumor stage, lymph node involvement.
Exposure to androgen-deprivation therapy was associated with a nearly 2-fold increased risk of heart failure among men without pre-existing cardiovascular disease.
Increased risk of SSI was mediated by patients' receipt of alternative perioperative antibiotic.
Methylene blue aids observation of the procedure and assessment of drug distribution.
Almost one-fourth of retail poultry contains E. coli strains associated with urinary tract infections
Radical prostatectomy centers that closed from '10 to '14 more likely in areas with strong competition.
Endorsed by the International Society of Urological Pathology in 2014, the 5-tier Gleason grade group system is used routinely today in pathology reports and physician counseling of patients with newly diagnosed prostate cancer.
Patients with high alteration number in variants of unknown significance had better outcomes.
Optimal length for each procedure lies between observed median prescription length and early nadir.
Patients on combination therapy have increased risk of thyroid dysfunction and hypophysitis.
In a controversial and divisive article, a group of researchers proposes to improve "statistical standards of evidence" by lowering the P value from P <.05 to P <.005 in the fields of biomedical and social sciences.
Biochemical failure and prostate cancer-specific mortality rates were 13.3% and 4.9% at 10 years, respectively.
Pathologic stages T3a and T3b versus T2a were associated with 8.45 and 7.1 times increased risk of biochemical recurrence on multivariable analysis.
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