Last Posted: Oct 08, 2020
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- Clinical relevance of screening checklists for detecting cancer predisposition syndromes in Asian childhood tumours.
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- IDH1, ATRX, and BRAFV600E mutation in astrocytic tumors and their significance in patient outcome in north Indian population.
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- Identification of time-to-peak on dynamic 18F-FET-PET as a prognostic marker specifically in IDH1/2 mutant diffuse astrocytoma.
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