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Does the Identification of a Minimum Number of Cases Correlate With Better Adherence to International Guidelines Regarding the Treatment of Penile Cancer? Survey Results of the European PROspective Penile Cancer Study (E-PROPS)

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urn:nbn:de:bvb:355-epub-515414
DOI to cite this document:
10.5283/epub.51541
Lebentrau, Steffen ; Wakileh, Gamal Anton ; Schostak, Martin ; Schmid, Hans-Peter ; Suarez-Ibarrola, Rodrigo ; Merseburger, Axel S. ; Hutterer, Georg C. ; Necknig, Ulrike H. ; Rink, Michael ; Bögemann, Martin ; Kluth, Luis Alex ; Pycha, Armin ; Burger, Maximilian ; Brookman-May, Sabine D. ; Bründl, Johannes ; May, Matthias
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Abstract

BackgroundPenile cancer represents a rare malignant disease, whereby a small caseload is associated with the risk of inadequate treatment expertise. Thus, we hypothesized that strict guideline adherence might be considered a potential surrogate for treatment quality. This study investigated the influence of the annual hospital caseload on guideline adherence regarding treatment recommendations ...

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