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Postępowanie diagnostyczno-terapeutyczne u chorych na mięsaki tkanek miękkich u dorosłych — zalecenia ekspertów

Piotr Rutkowski1, Hanna Koseła-Paterczyk1, Katarzyna Kozak1, Iwona Ługowska1, Jacek Fijuth2, Arkadiusz Jeziorski2, Janusz Ryś3, Mateusz Spałek1, Aneta Borkowska1, Michał Wągrodzki1, Tomasz Świtaj1, Piotr Fonrobert4, Urszula Grzesiakowska1, Zbigniew I. Nowecki1, Mariusz Bidziński1, Andrzej Tysarowski1, Hanna Tchórzewska-Korba1, Marcin Zdzienicki1
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  1. Narodowy Instytut Onkologii — Instytut im. Marii Skłodowskiej-Curie — Państwowy Instytut Badawczy w Warszawie
  2. Wojewódzkie Wielospecjalistyczne Centrum Onkologii i Traumatologii w Łodzi, Uniwersytet Medyczny w Łodzi
  3. Narodowy Instytut Onkologii Centrum Onkologii — Instytut im. Marii Skłodowskiej-Curie — Państwowy Instytut Badawczy, Oddział w Krakowie
  4. Stowarzyszenie Pomocy Chorym na GIST

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Postępowanie diagnostyczno-terapeutyczne u chorych na mięsaki tkanek miękkich u dorosłych — zalecenia ekspertów

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Onkologia w Praktyce Klinicznej - Edukacja

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mięsaki
tkanki miękkie
GIST
diagnostyka
terapia

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Piotr Rutkowski
Hanna Koseła-Paterczyk
Katarzyna Kozak
Iwona Ługowska
Jacek Fijuth
Arkadiusz Jeziorski
Janusz Ryś
Mateusz Spałek
Aneta Borkowska
Michał Wągrodzki
Tomasz Świtaj
Piotr Fonrobert
Urszula Grzesiakowska
Zbigniew I. Nowecki
Mariusz Bidziński
Andrzej Tysarowski
Hanna Tchórzewska-Korba
Marcin Zdzienicki

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