Published in Cancer Weekly, December 7th, 2004
"In a recent study, the existence of distinct vascular patterns with prognostic impact has been described in glioblastomas. The bizarre angiogenic subtype was associated with shorter postoperative survival times whereas the classic angiogenic subtype ('microvascular sprouting'; evenly distributed branching capillaries in major tumor parts resembling classic angiogenesis) was associated with a significantly more favorable outcome," researchers in Austria report.
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