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Characteristics of Prevalent versus Incident Lung Cancers.

By Alissa K. Greenberg (317285), Feng Lu (173759), Judith D. Goldberg (317287), Ellen Eylers (317289), Jun-Chieh Tsay (317291), Ting-An Yie (317294), David Naidich (317295), Georgeann McGuinness (317296), Harvey Pass (202310), Kam-Meng Tchou-Wong (317297), Doreen Addrizzo-Harris (317298), Abraham Chachoua (317299), Bernard Crawford (317300) and William N. Rom (150278)

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*<p>Numbers equal 33 cancers in 30 patients, since three patients had more than one diagnosis of lung cancer (synchronous or second primaries).</p><p>Abbreviations: adeno = adenocarcinoma, NSCLC = non-small cell lung cancer not otherwise specified, SN = solid nodule, SSN = sub-solid nodule, ca. = cancer, cva = cerebrovascular accident.</p

Topics: Medicine, Cell Biology, Cancer, prevalent
Year: 2013
DOI identifier: 10.1371/journal.pone.0039403.t004
OAI identifier: oai:figshare.com:article/285482
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