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Mario Campanacci - bibliography

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Italian physician, born January 13, 1932, Parma; died January 1, 1999.


  • P. Picci, B. T. Rougraff, G. Bacci, J. R. Neff, L. Sangiorgi, A. Cazzola, N. Baldini, S. Ferrari, M. Mercuri, P. Ruggieri, P. Caldora, M. S. Benassi, N. Fabbri, C. Monti, M Campanacci:
    The Prognostic Significance of Histopathological Chemothera-peutic Response in the Treatment of Non-Metastatic Ewing's Sarcoma of the Extremities: The Istituto Rizzoli Experience.
    Journal of Clinical Oncology, Duluth, Minnesota, 1993, 11: 1763-1769.
  • P. Picci, L. Sangiorgi, B. T. Rougraff, J. R. Neff, JR, R. Casadei, M. Campanacci:
    Relationship of Chemotherapy-Induced Necrosis and Surgical Margins to Local Recurrence in Osteosarcoma.
    Journal of Clinical Oncology, Duluth, Minnesota, 1994, 12: 2699-2705.
  • Yoshiro Tsuji, Katsuyuki Kusuzaki, Yasusuke Hirasawa, Massimo Serra, Nicola Baldinim and Mario Campanacci:
    Retinoblastoma Susceptibility Gene Product Retrieval in Formalin-fixed, Paraffin-embedded Tissue : A Heating Method for Enhancing Immunohistochemical Staining.
    Acta histochemica et cytochemica, 1998, 31 (3): 172-250.
  • M. Campanacci:
    Bone and Soft Tissue Tumors : Clinical Features, Imaging, Pathology and Treatment. Foreword by William F. Enneking.
    Springer Verlag, 1991. 2nd, completely revised edition. Padova : Piccin Nuova Libraria ; Wien ; New York : Springer, 1999. 1319 pages.

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