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Postępowanie diagnostyczno-terapeutyczne u chorych na czerniaki — zalecenia ekspertów

Piotr Rutkowski1, Piotr J. Wysocki, Katarzyna Kozak, Anna Nasierowska-Guttmejer, Arkadiusz Jeziorski, Wojciech M. Wysocki, Ewa Kalinka, Tomasz Świtaj, Grażyna Kamińska-Winciorek, Anna M. Czarnecka, Hanna Koseła-Paterczyk, Bożena Cybulska-Stopa, Piotr Wiśniewski, Anna Szumera-Ciećkiewicz, Marcin Zdzienicki, Marek Ziobro, Jacek Fijuth, Andrzej Kawecki, Andrzej Tysarowski, Bożena Romanowska-Dixon, Anna Markiewicz, Marek Dedecjus, Tomasz Kubiatowski, Kamil Dolecki, Hanna Tchórzewska-Korba, Lidia Rudnicka, Witold Owczarek, Maciej Krzakowski
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  1. Klinika Nowotworów Tkanek Miękkich, Kości i Czerniaków, Narodowy Instytut Onkologii im. Marii Skłodowskiej-Curie — Państwowy Instytut Badawczy w Warszawie

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czerniak; diagnostyka; terapia; immunoterapia; anty-PD-1; anti-CTLA-4; BRAF; MEK; biopsja węzła wartowniczego

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Postępowanie diagnostyczno-terapeutyczne u chorych na czerniaki — zalecenia ekspertów

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Onkologia w Praktyce Klinicznej - Edukacja

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czerniak
diagnostyka
terapia
immunoterapia
anty-PD-1
anti-CTLA-4
BRAF
MEK
biopsja węzła wartowniczego

Autorzy

Piotr Rutkowski
Piotr J. Wysocki
Katarzyna Kozak
Anna Nasierowska-Guttmejer
Arkadiusz Jeziorski
Wojciech M. Wysocki
Ewa Kalinka
Tomasz Świtaj
Grażyna Kamińska-Winciorek
Anna M. Czarnecka
Hanna Koseła-Paterczyk
Bożena Cybulska-Stopa
Piotr Wiśniewski
Anna Szumera-Ciećkiewicz
Marcin Zdzienicki
Marek Ziobro
Jacek Fijuth
Andrzej Kawecki
Andrzej Tysarowski
Bożena Romanowska-Dixon
Anna Markiewicz
Marek Dedecjus
Tomasz Kubiatowski
Kamil Dolecki
Hanna Tchórzewska-Korba
Lidia Rudnicka
Witold Owczarek
Maciej Krzakowski

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