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Publications

One-Year Morbidity Following Videoscopic Inguinal Lymphadenectomy for Stage III Melanoma

ASO Author Reflections: Stage-Adjusted Reduced Follow-Up of Melanoma Patients is Justified and Cost Effective, Until Biomarkers to Predict Prognosis Have Been Identified

Increase of sentinel lymph node melanoma staging in The Netherlands; still room and need for further improvement

Letter in reply: increase of sentinel lymph node melanoma staging in The Netherlands; still room and need for further improvement

Melanoma: the Impact of Staging on Treatment, Prognosis & Follow-up

The association between active tumor volume, total lesion glycolysis and levels of S-100B and LDH in stage IV melanoma patients

The MELFO Study: A Multicenter, Prospective, Randomized Clinical Trial on the Effects of a Reduced Stage-Adjusted Follow-Up Schedule on Cutaneous Melanoma IB-IIC Patients-Results After 3 Years

Evaluation of the videoscopic inguinal lymphadenectomy in melanoma patients

S-100B as an extra selection tool for FDG PET/CT scanning in follow-up of AJCC stage III melanoma patients

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