QIAGEN (NASDAQ:QGEN) (Frankfurt Prime Standard:QIA) on Monday reported the launch of an agreement to provide testing as well as monitor the recurrence
of colorectal cancer patients, as conveniently as possible, in partnership with Clinical Genomics, a private company developing evidence-based diagnostic tools for colorectal cancer.
Clinical POR can be defined as the recurrence
of symptoms leading to treatment changes or hospitalization after the exclusion of other causes such as bile salt diarrhea, bacterial overgrowth, and obstruction due to adhesions (3).
Comprehensive literature review was performed to obtain contemporary recurrence
and progression rates.
Recurrent disease was further categorized as recurrence
of tumor with BOTs features or invasive recurrence
In addition, "for each decade younger at the time of surgery, patients had a significantly increased recurrence
risk," they wrote.
The results were assessed at 3 months intervals in terms of recurrence
and neurological outcomes and complications.
Conclusion: This study concluded that there is less stricture recurrence
rate after optical internal urethrotomy with clean intermittent self catheterization in urethral stricture treatment.
Risk factors of recurrence
after a first febrile seizure based on various studies are:
of OKCs were evaluated from 1-9 years after surgical treatment by clinical and radiographic means and correlated with various treatment modalities.
Once someone has had a recurrence
of a kidney stone, the risk of further recurrence
is even higher, and it is recommended that steps be taken to diminish the risk of recurrence
OncoStem has developed a unique panel of 'prognostic and predictive' proteomic markers that is indicative of the aggressiveness of the cancer and hence enables prediction of the risk of recurrence
within the first five years of initial diagnosis.
Data was taken from the China National Stroke Registr y and one year follow up data for stroke recurrence