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|Comparison of the morphologic criteria (RECIST) and metabolic criteria (EORTC and PERCIST) in tumor response assessments: a pooled analysis|
|Hong Deok Kim, Bum Jun Kim, Hyeong Su Kim, Jung Han Kim|
Comparison of the RECIST and EORTC PET criteria in the tumor response assessment: a pooled analysis and review
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MA 17.12 Comparison of EORTC, PERCIST, PeterMac & Deauville PET Response Criteria after Radical ChemoRT in Non-Small-Cell Lung Cancer
RECIST vs. WHO: Prospective comparison of response criteria in an EORTC phase II clinical trial investigating ET-743 in advanced soft tissue sarcoma
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