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Journal of Clinical Oncology, ISSN 0732-183X, 05/2015, Volume 33, Issue 15_suppl, pp. e12633 - e12633
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The Breast, ISSN 0960-9776, 11/2017, Volume 36, pp. S72 - S73
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Case reports in urology, ISSN 2090-696X, 2017, Volume 2017, pp. 7903242 - 3
. Liposarcomas are tumors that occur mostly in the retroperitoneum. Of all liposarcomas only 3 to 7% are found in the paratesticular region. The spermatic cord... 
Sarcoma | Radiotherapy | Adjuvant treatment | Cancer | Case Report
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Inflammatory breast cancer (IBC) is characterized by a peculiar geographic distribution in incidence, being described as more common in Tunisia and the region... 
epidemiology | inflammatory breast cancer | T4d | breast surface | breast cancer | Poussée Évolutive | frequency | SURVIVAL | VIRUS | CHEMOTHERAPY | FEATURES | INSTITUTE | ONCOLOGY | CARCINOMA INCIDENCE | SURVEILLANCE | Poussee Evolutive | END RESULTS PROGRAM | EXPRESSION
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Journal of Gastrointestinal Oncology, ISSN 2078-6891, 2017, Volume 8, Issue 1, pp. E16 - E20
Breast cancer is the most common malignancy in women. The most frequent metastatic sites are lung, bone, liver and brain. On the other hand, gastric metastases... 
Therapy | Gastric metastasis | Breast cancer | PATTERN | ONCOLOGY | gastric metastasis | PROGNOSIS | therapy | INFILTRATING LOBULAR CARCINOMA | GASTROINTESTINAL-TRACT | TUMOR | GASTROENTEROLOGY & HEPATOLOGY | EPIDEMIOLOGY | STOMACH | Case Report
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Seminars in Oncology, ISSN 0093-7754, 02/2008, Volume 35, Issue 1, pp. 17 - 24
Inflammatory breast cancer (IBC) is a clinical diagnosis characterized by a peculiar geographic distribution in incidence, being particularly common in Tunisia... 
SURVIVAL | INSTITUTE | ONCOLOGY | CARCINOMA INCIDENCE | SURVEILLANCE | EXPERIENCE | END RESULTS PROGRAM | TRENDS | EPIDEMIOLOGY | Prognosis | Humans | Middle Aged | Inflammation - epidemiology | Incidence | Survival Analysis | Adult | Breast Neoplasms - mortality | Female | Aged | Breast Neoplasms - diagnosis | Retrospective Studies | Inflammation - diagnosis | Tunisia | Breast Neoplasms - epidemiology
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Tunisie Medicale, ISSN 0041-4131, 10/2015, Volume 93, Issue 10, pp. 598 - 601
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by Aarab, J and Abbess, Ibtissem and Abdalla, Fathi and Abdelaziz, Z and Abdelfattah, S and Abdelli, I and Abdelmajid, K and Abdelsselem, Zied and Abdelwahed, N and Abdessayed, Nihed and Abid, Bassem and Abid, K and Abidi, R and Abudabbous, Asma and Abujanah, Sana and Aburwais, Afaf and Acacha, E and Acharfi, Nessrine and Affes, Nejmeddine and Aftis, R and Ahalli, I and Aid, Mr and Aissaoui, D and Alaoui, A and Alaoui, M and Albatran, Salaheddin and Mamdouh, Aldehmani and Alkikkli, Rabia and Allam, A and Aloulou, S and Alqawi, Omar and Alragig, Mussa A and Alsharksi, Ali and Amaadour, K Oualla L and Amaadour, L and Ameziane, N and Ammari, A and Ammour, H and Amrane, R and Annad, N and Aouati, E and Aouichat, S and Aouragh, S and Arifi, S and Astra, Md and Atassi, M and Ati, Nidhal and Atoui, K and Atreche, L and Ayachi, S and Ayadi, I and Ayadi, Mohammed Ali and Ayadi, Mouna and Ayari, Jihene and Ayed, Haroun and Ayed, K and Ayedi, Henda and Ayedi, Ines and Azegrar, M and Azzouz, Heifa and Babdalla, Fathi and Bachiri, R and Bachiri, Z and Baghdad, M and Bahloul, R and Bahouli, A and Bahri, M and Baississ, I and Bakkali, Hanae and Balti, Mehdi and Baraket, O and Bargaoui, Hayfa and Batti, Rim and Bedioui, Ahlem and Begag, R and Behourah, Z and Belaid, Imtinene and Belaïd, Asma and Ben Abdallah, Amine and Ben Abdallah, Ichrak and Ben Ahmed, Slim and Ben Ahmed, Tarek and Ben Azaiz, M and Ben Chehida, M.A and Ben Fatma, Leila and Ben Ghachem, D and Ben Ghachem, T and Ben Hassouna, J and Ben Hmida, S and Ben Nasr, Sonia and Ben Nejima, Dalel and Ben Rahal, K and Ben Rejeb, M and Ben Rhouma, S and Ben Safta, I and Ben Salem, A and Ben Zargouna, Yosr and Benabdallah, Ichrak and Benabdella, H and Benabdessalem, Mohamed Zied and ...
La Tunisie medicale, ISSN 0041-4131, 04/2018, Volume 96, Issue 4, pp. 177 - 182
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by Abbes, Ibtissem and Abdelhak, S and Abdelhedi, C and Abid, K and Abidi, R and Acacha, E and Achour, S and Achour, A and Adouni, O and Afrit, M and Ahlem, Ahlem and Akik, I and Akremi, M and Aloui, Raoudha and Aloulou, S and Ammar, Nouha and Arem, S and Athimni, S and Attia, Leila and Attia, Moez and Ayadi, Mouna and Ayadi, Ali and Ayadi, K and Ayadi, Henda and Ayadi, L and Ayadi, Ines and Ayari, J and Azzouz, Heifa and Bacha, Dhouha and Bahloul, R and Bahri, Ichraf and Bahri, Manel and Bakir, D and Balti, M and Bargaoui, Haifa and Batti, R and Bayar, R and Bdioui Thabet, A and Beji, Meriem and Bel Hadj Hassen, S and Bel Haj Ali, A and Belaid, Imtinene and Belaid, A and Beldjiilali, Y and Belkacem, Oussama and Bellamlih, O and Ben Abdallah, W and Ben Abdallah, Mahassen and Ben Abdellah, H and Ben Abderrahmen, Saloua and Ben Ahmed, Slim and Ben Ahmed, Khaled and Ben Ayache, M and Ben Ayoub, Wided and Ben Azaiz, M and Ben Azouz, M and Ben Daly, Amal and Ben Dhia, Syrine and Ben Dhiab, Mohamed and Ben Dhiab, Tarek and Ben Fatma, Leila and Ben Ghachem, D and Ben Hammadi, Selma and Ben Hassen, M and Ben Hassena, R and Ben Hassouna, Jamel and Ben Kridis, Wala and Ben Leila, Fatma and Ben Mahfoudh, K.H and Ben Mustapha, N and Ben Nasr, S and Ben Othman, F and Ben Rejeb, Mouna and Ben Rekaya, M and Ben Rhouma, S and Ben Safta, Zoubeir and Ben Safta, Ines and Ben Said, A and Ben Salah, Mamia and Ben Salah, Hanéne and Ben Slama, Sana and Ben Temime, Riadh and Ben Youssef, Y and Ben Zid, K and Benabdella, H and Benasr, S and Bengueddach, A and Benna, Mehdi and Benna, Farouk and Bergaoui, Haifa and Berrazaga, Y and Besbes, M and Bhiri, Hanene and Bibi, M and Blel, Ahlem and Bohli, M and Bouali, Sofiene and Bouaouina, N and Bouassida, K and Bouaziz, Hanene and ...
La Tunisie medicale, ISSN 0041-4131, 10/2017, Volume 95, Issue 10, pp. 859 - 964
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