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Publications

Frozen section diagnosis of borderline ovarian tumors with suspicious features of invasive cancer is a devil's dilemma for the surgeon: A systematic review and meta-analysis

Variability in grading of ductal carcinoma in situ among an international group of pathologists

Call for action: impact analyse van COVID19 epidemie op de moleculaire diagnostiek

Classic lobular carcinoma in situ in the Netherlands: A population-based analysis

Elephantiasis in the Netherlands, a rare finding and a reason to perform an autopsy

HER2 heterogeneity in adenocarcinoma of the distal esophagus and stomach

Variability in ductal carcinoma in situ grading among an international group of pathologists

AMBIGUOUS DIAGNOSES OF BORDERLINE OVARIAN TUMORS AT FROZEN SECTION WITH A DEFINITE DIAGNOSIS OF INVASIVE CARCINOMA: CONSEQUENCES FOR COUNSELING AND PERIOPERATIVE TREATMENT

Borderline tumours of the ovary: Common practice in the Netherlands

Ovarian cancer

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Press/media

Website article NOS: Mogelijk duizenden nederlanders lopen rond met ernstige ziekte

Journal interview: Duizenden Nederlanders lopen rond met niet-ontdekte ziekte

Radio interview: Minder diagnoses voor ernstige ziektes, maar dat is geen goed nieuws

Television interview: Achterstand in diagnosen door COVID19 niet ingehaald na hervatten reguliere zorg

Radio interview: Geen inhaalslag van pathologiediagnosen, na hervatting reguliere zorg na 1e golf COVID19 pandemie

Pathologists see impressive damage in dead Coronapatients during autopsies.

Pathologists gain useful information by autopsies in Corona patients

Usefulness of performing autopsies in Coronadeaths

Television Interview about usefulness of autopsies in Coronapatients

Pathologen ambiëren grotere rol bij besluitvorming oncologische zorg

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