Published in Clinical Oncology Week, November 5th, 2007
"In many cases surveillance is warranted. The diagnostic workflow has to reveal whether the mass is hormonally functioning and/or if there is evidence of malignancy. If the tumor is functionally silent and not larger than 4 cm, surveillance is warranted. Functioning tumors and masses larger than 6 cm have to be resected," wrote P. Langer and colleagues, University of Giessen.
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