Published in Cancer Weekly, January 3rd, 2006
According to recent research from Italy, "Tumor size represents a much-debated prognostic factor in papillary cancer, and the necessity to perform a fine-needle aspiration (FNA) on small nodules is a frequent matter of discussion. We compared some prognostic histological features for various sizes of papillary cancers (PCs) and, with regard to these prognostic features, we compared non-incidental with incidental PCs."
"We also considered the possibility that ultrasonography could detect nodules harboring the most aggressive cancers. We have studied patients with...
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