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|Title: ||Terminology and details of the diagnostic process for testis cancer.|
|Affiliation: ||Department of Urology, Trinity College Dublin, Adelaide and Meath incorporating National Children's Hospital, Dublin, Ireland.|
|Citation: ||Terminology and details of the diagnostic process for testis cancer. 2011, 185 (3):876-80 J. Urol.|
|Publisher: ||The Journal of urology|
|Journal: ||The Journal of urology|
|Issue Date: ||Mar-2011 |
|PubMed ID: ||21238992|
|Abstract: ||We examined the process and causes of diagnostic delay, defined as the interval from symptom onset to diagnosis, for testis (germ cell) cancer and the change with time. Diagnostic delay influences disease burden and may be subdivided into symptomatic interval, defined as symptom onset to first presentation, and diagnostic interval, defined as first presentation to diagnosis.|
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|Appears in Collections: ||Adelaide Meath Hospital Tallaght|
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