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Professor Philip Sloan
Malignant transformation of calcifying epithelial odontogenic tumour with solitary pulmonary metastasis2021
Dr Beate Haugk
Dr Kofi Oppong
Dr John Leeds
Dr Antony Darne
Professor Philip Sloan
et al.
Morphological and p40 immunohistochemical analysis of squamous differentiation in endoscopic ultrasound guided fine needle biopsies of pancreatic ductal adenocarcinoma2021
Professor Philip Sloan
Oral potentially malignant disorders: A consensus report from an international seminar on nomenclature and classification, convened by the WHO Collaborating Centre for Oral Cancer2021
Dr Hans Sathasivam
Dr Ralf Kist
Professor Philip Sloan
Professor Peter Thomson
Michael Nugent
et al.
Predicting the clinical outcome of oral potentially malignant disorders using transcriptomic-based molecular pathology2021
Dr Hans Sathasivam
Professor Philip Sloan
Professor Peter Thomson
Dr Max Robinson
The clinical utility of contemporary oral epithelial dysplasia grading systems2021
Dr Hans Sathasivam
Professor Philip Sloan
Professor Peter Thomson
Dysplasia and DNA ploidy to prognosticate clinical outcome in oral potentially malignant disorders2020
Dr Hans Sathasivam
John Casement
Professor Philip Sloan
Dr Max Robinson
Dr Ralf Kist
et al.
Gene expression changes associated with malignant transformation of oral potentially malignant disorders2020
Professor Philip Sloan
Data set for the reporting of nodal excisions and neck dissection specimens for head and neck tumors explanations and recommendations of the guidelines from the international collaboration on Cancer reporting2019
Professor Philip Sloan
Data set for the reporting of oral cavity carcinomas explanations and recommendations of the guidelines from the international collaboration of Cancer reporting2019
Dr Hans Sathasivam
Professor Philip Sloan
Dr Ralf Kist
Dr Max Robinson
Prognostic Classifier for Oral Potentially Malignant Disorders: An Integrated Histopathological and Molecular approach2019
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