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Patients Regret Their Choice of Therapy Significantly Less Frequently after Robot-Assisted Radical Prostatectomy as Opposed to Open Radical Prostatectomy: Patient-Reported Results of the Multicenter Cross-Sectional IMPROVE Study

Wolff, Ingmar ; Burchardt, Martin ; Gilfrich, Christian ; Peter, Julia ; Baunacke, Martin ; Thomas, Christian ; Huber, Johannes ; Gillitzer, Rolf ; Sikic, Danijel ; Fiebig, Christian ; Steinestel, Julie ; Schifano, Paola ; Löbig, Niklas ; Bolenz, Christian ; Distler, Florian A. ; Huettenbrink, Clemens ; Janssen, Maximilian ; Schilling, David ; Barakat, Bara ; Harke, Nina N. ; Fuhrmann, Christian ; Manseck, Andreas ; Wagenhoffer, Robert ; Geist, Ekkehard ; Blair, Lisa ; Pfitzenmaier, Jesco ; Reinhardt, Bettina ; Hoschke, Bernd ; Burger, Maximilian ; Bründl, Johannes ; Schnabel, Marco J. ; May, Matthias


Simple Summary This multicenter study investigated the extent of patient's decision regret (PatR) in patients with prostate cancer comparing different surgical modalities. Robot-assisted radical prostatectomy has replaced open radical prostatectomy as the surgical standard of care in many countries worldwide. However, a broad scientific basis evaluating the difference in patient-relevant outcomes ...


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