AffiliationDepartment of Pathology. Stopford Building, The University, Manchester, M13 0PT, England
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AbstractA histologic analysis of 75 consecutive cases of Wilms' tumor in the Manchester (England) hospital region has been carried out. A classification based on the tubular status is described. A comparison of the histologic findings with the clinical staging and survival was undertaken, and it was found that the histologic classification was significantly correlated with both stage and survival.
CitationWilms' tumor--histologic variation and prognosis. 1975, 36 (3):1122-6 Cancer
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