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Accessible calculation of multirater kappa statistics for pathologists.
Interobserver reproducibility in the diagnosis of invasive micropapillary carcinoma of the urinary tract among urologic pathologists.
Influence of histologic criteria and confounding factors in staging equivocal cases for microscopic perivesical tissue invasion (pT3a): an interobserver study among genitourinary pathologists.
Update for the practicing pathologist: The International Consultation On Urologic Disease-European association of urology consultation on bladder cancer.
Diagnosis of Gleason pattern 5 prostate adenocarcinoma on core needle biopsy: an interobserver reproducibility study among urologic pathologists.
Diagnosis of "Poorly Formed Glands" Gleason Pattern 4 Prostatic Adenocarcinoma on Needle Biopsy: An Interobserver Reproducibility Study Among Urologic Pathologists With Recommendations.
Influence of pathologist experience on positive surgical margins following radical prostatectomy.
Essential Updates in Grading, Morphotyping, Reporting, and Staging of Prostate Carcinoma for General Surgical Pathologists.
Radio-pathomic mapping model generated using annotations from five pathologists reliably distinguishes high-grade prostate cancer.
Similarities and Differences in the 2019 ISUP and GUPS Recommendations on Prostate Cancer Grading: A Guide for Practicing Pathologists.
College of American Pathologists Cancer Protocols: From Optimizing Cancer Patient Care to Facilitating Interoperable Reporting and Downstream Data Use.
Histological validation of prostate tissue composition measurement using hybrid multi-dimensional MRI: agreement with pathologists' measures.
Point-Counterpoint: Grade Group 1 (Gleason Score 6) Prostate Cancer Should Be Renamed to Improve Public Health: Pathologists' Perspective.