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Volume 16, Number 4, July/August 2006

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Gynecological cancers in developing countries: the challenge of chemotherapy in low-resources setting
pp. 1491-1497(7)
Authors: BASILE; ANGIOLI; MANCI; PALAIA; PLOTTI; BENEDETTI PANICI

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Who should be vaccinated against human papillomavirus?
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Immunobiology of gestational trophoblastic diseases
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Authors: WANG; FU; FREEDMAN; LIU; KAVANAGH

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High expression of insulin-like growth factor binding protein–2 messenger RNA in epithelial ovarian cancers produces elevated preoperative serum levels
pp. 1529-1535(7)
Authors: LANCASTER; SAYER; BLANCHETTE; CALINGAERT; KONIDARI; GRAY; SCHILDKRAUT; SCHOMBERG; MARKS; BERCHUCK

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Activation of mammalian target of rapamycin in postmenopausal ovarian endometriosis
pp. 1545-1551(7)
Authors: YAGYU; TSUJI; HARUTA; KITANAKA; YAMADA; KAWAGUCHI; KANAYAMA; TANASE; KURITA; KOBAYASHI

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Arsenic trioxide exposure to ovarian carcinoma cells leads to decreased level of topoisomerase II and cytotoxicity
pp. 1552-1556(5)
Authors: ASKAR; CIRPAN; TOPRAK; KARABULUT; SELVI; TEREK; USLU; SANLI; GOKER

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Women in a region with high incidence of cervical cancer warrant immediate colposcopy for low-grade squamous intraepithelial lesion on cervical cytology
pp. 1565-1568(4)
Authors: PHONGNARISORN; SRISOMBOON; SIRIAUNGKUL; KHUNAMORNPONG; SUPRASERT; CHAROENKWAN; CHEEWAKRIANGKRAI; SIRIAREE; SAPHAN

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Loop conization for the treatment of microinvasive carcinoma of the cervix
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Authors: TSENG; CHANG; TSENG; HOU; WANG; CHEN; SOONG; PAO

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A comparative study of two devices used for cervical cell sampling raises some doubts about liquid-based cytology
pp. 1579-1586(8)
Authors: KOTHARI; KARIM; GORDON; RASLAN; ABDALLA; GEORGE

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Urine cytology as a screening test for bladder infiltration in cervical cancer
pp. 1587-1590(4)
Authors: SNYMAN; ZONDAGH; DREYER; LINDEQUE; LOUW

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Human papillomavirus genotypes associated with cervical neoplasia in India
pp. 1591-1595(5)
Authors: PEEDICAYIL; ABRAHAM; SATHISH; JOHN; SHAH; SRIDHARAN; GRAVITT

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Candida and squamous (pre)neoplasia of immigrants and Dutch women as established in population-based cervical screening
pp. 1596-1600(5)
Authors: ENGBERTS; VERMEULEN; VERBRUGGEN; vanHAAFTEN; BOON; HEINTZ

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Detection of human papillomavirus in organs of upper genital tract in women with cervical cancer
pp. 1601-1607(7)
Authors: GIORDANO; D’ADDA; GNETTI; FROIO; MERISIO; MELPIGNANO

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Stage III and IV endometrial cancer: a 20-year review of patients
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Authors: vanWIJK; HUIKESHOVEN; ABDULKADIR; EWING; BURGER

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Function of estrogen receptor isoforms α and  in endometrial carcinoma cells
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Authors: ZHANG; LIAO; CHEN; YU; ZHAO

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Mitochondrial polymorphisms as risk factors for endometrial cancer in southwest China
pp. 1661-1667(7)
Authors: XU; HU; CHEN; TANG; HAN; YU; XIAO

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Correlation of cyclin D1 and cyclin D3 overexpression with the loss of PTEN expression in endometrial carcinoma
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Authors: WU; SLOMOVITZ; SOLIMAN; SCHMELER; CELESTINO; MILAM; LU

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Integrated 18F-fluorodeoxyglucose positron emission tomography and computerized tomography in endodermal sinus tumor
pp. 1685-1688(4)
Authors: KLIEGER; DVIR; EVEN-SAPIR; LESSING; BURSTEIN; GRISARU

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Nerve-sparing class III radical hysterectomy: a modified technique to spare the pelvic autonomic nerves without compromising radicality
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Authors: CHAROENKWAN; SRISOMBOON; SUPRASERT; TANTIPALAKORN; KIETPEERAKOOL

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