M.M. and M.B. contributed equally to the present manuscript
Ki-67, mini-chromosome maintenance 2 protein (MCM2) and geminin have no independent prognostic relevance for cancer-specific survival in surgically treated squamous cell carcinoma of the penis
Article first published online: 10 JAN 2013
© 2013 BJU International
Volume 112, Issue 4, pages E383–E390, August 2013
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May, M., Burger, M., Otto, W., Hakenberg, O. W., Wieland, W. F., May, D., Hofstädter, F., Götz, S., Niessl, N., Fritsche, H.-M., Birnkammer, K., Gilfrich, C., Peter, J., Jain, A., Koch, S., Lebentrau, S., Riedmiller, H., Rössler, W., Denzinger, S., Brookman-May, S. and Gunia, S. (2013), Ki-67, mini-chromosome maintenance 2 protein (MCM2) and geminin have no independent prognostic relevance for cancer-specific survival in surgically treated squamous cell carcinoma of the penis. BJU International, 112: E383–E390. doi: 10.1111/j.1464-410X.2012.11735.x
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- Article first published online: 10 JAN 2013
Fig. S1 Kaplan–Meier curves showing the impact of the ln status (that is, pN0, pNx, and pN+) with respect to css. pN0, histologically confirmed tumour-free LNs; pN+, LNs with histologically confirmed involvement by penile cancer; pNx, LNs were not examined histopathologically.
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