Complete embedding and close step-sectioning of radical prostatectomy specimens both increase detection of extraprostatic extension, and correlate with increased disease-free survival by stage of prostate cancer patients

A. Desai, H. Wu, L. Sun, I. A. Sesterhenn, F. K. Mostofi, D. McLeod, C. Amling, L. Kusuda, R. Lance, J. Herring, J. Foley, D. Baldwin, J. T. Bishoff, D. Soderdahl, J. W. Moul

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