Atypical intraductal proliferation detected in prostate needle biopsy is a marker of unsampled intraductal carcinoma and other adverse pathological features: a prospective clinicopathological study of 62 cases with emphasis on pathological outcomes

Rajal B. Shah, Jane K. Nguyen, Christopher G. Przybycin, Jordan P. Reynolds, Roni Cox, Jonathan Myles, Eric Klein, Jesse K. McKenney

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