Partial gland ablation versus radical prostatectomy comparative analysis of partial gland ablation and radical prostatectomy to treat low- and intermediate-risk prostate cancer: Oncologic and functional outcomes
The Journal of Urology Aug 29, 2017
Garcia–Barreras S, et al. – An analysis was designed to evaluate oncologic and functional outcomes of partial gland ablation (PGA) compared with robot–assisted radical prostatectomy (RARP) for patients with low–and intermediate–risk prostate cancer. Partial gland ablation proposed good oncological control with fewer adverse effects requiring more additional treatments for selected patients with organ–confined prostate cancer. In addition, potency and continence appear to be better preserved with PGA.Go to Original
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