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Ali Kucukmetin
Dr Nicola Cresti
Dr Rachel O'Donnell
BRAF Wild-type, PTEN Mutant Malignant Uveal Melanoma Arising Within a Mature Ovarian Teratoma: A Case Report and Review of the Literature2019
Dr Stuart Rundle
Dr Kristoffer Halvorsrud
Dr Ann Fisher
Andrew Bryant
Ali Kucukmetin
et al.
Sentinel node biopsy for diagnosis of pelvic lymph node involvement in early stage cervical cancer2017
Dr Edgar Paez-Gueyraud
Ali Kucukmetin
Short- and long-term outcomes following pelvic exenteration for gynae-oncological and colorectal cancers: A 9 year consecutive single-centre cohort study2017
Dr Ioannis Kotsopoulos
Dr Asima Mukhopadhyay
Professor John Lunec
Professor Nicola Curtin
Ali Kucukmetin
et al.
IN VITRO SINGLE AGENT RUCAPARIB CYTOTOXICITY AND CISPLATIN CHEMO-POTENTIATION IN CERVICAL CANCER CELL LINES2016
Dr Stuart Rundle
Dr Rachel O'Donnell
Dr Ioannis Kotsopoulos
Ali Kucukmetin
Laparoscopic management of FIGO stage IIIA2 ovarian carcinosarcoma with bulky pelvic lymphadenopathy and pelvic peritoneal involvement2016
Dr Rachel O'Donnell
Dr Stuart Rundle
Dr Ioannis Kotsopoulos
Chun Ang
Ali Kucukmetin
et al.
Metastatic involvement of the lesser sac in advanced epithelial ovarian cancer2016
Dr Ioannis Kotsopoulos
Ali Kucukmetin
Dr Asima Mukhopadhyay
Professor John Lunec
Professor Nicola Curtin
et al.
Poly(ADP-Ribose) Polymerase in Cervical Cancer Pathogenesis Mechanism and Potential Role for PARP Inhibitors2016
Dr Rachel O'Donnell
Dr Stuart Rundle
Dr Ioannis Kotsopoulos
Chun Ang
Ali Kucukmetin
et al.
Risk factors for lesser sac metastasis in advanced ovarian cancer.2016
Ali Kucukmetin
Pathological Risk Factors and Outcomes in Women With Stage IB2 Cervical Cancer Treated With Primary Radical Surgery Versus Chemoradiotherapy2015
Ali Kucukmetin
The diagnostic value of adding HE4 to CA125 for symptomatic women investigated for ovarian cancer in primary care: final results of a prospective pilot study2015
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