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Although partial nephrectomy may be more technically challenging, it should now be considered the gold-standard technique in the treatment of small renal masses.
The NCCN unveils Evidence Blocks, a tool that allows patients and clinicians to identify optimal treatment based on clinical and economic considerations.
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