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    1. Pilch, H; Gunzel, S; Schafer, U; Tanner, B; Brockerhoff, P; Maeurer, M; Hockel, M; Hommel, G; Knapstein, PG
      The presence of HPV DNA in cervical cancer: Correlation with clinico-pathologic parameters and prognostic significance: 10 years experience at the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology of the Mainz University

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF GYNECOLOGICAL CANCER
    2. Steiner, E; Schadmand-Fischer, S; Schunk, K; Bezzi, I; Weikel, W; Pilch, H; Knapstein, PG
      Perineal excision of a large angiomyxoma in a young woman following magnetic resonance and angiographic imaging

      GYNECOLOGIC ONCOLOGY
    3. Hengstler, JG; Pilch, H; Schmidt, M; Dahlenburg, H; Sagemuller, J; Schiffer, I; Oesch, F; Knapstein, PG; Kaina, B; Tanner, B
      Metallothionein expression in ovarian cancer in relation to histopathological parameters and molecular markers of prognosis

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF CANCER
    4. Schaffer, U; Pilch, H; Hawighorst, H; Schlenger, K; Tanner, B; Knapstein, PG
      Evaluation of maximal tumor diameter of primary uterine cervical cancer with conventional and dynamic magnetic resonance imaging and clinical palpation in comparison to whole mount specimen findings

      GEBURTSHILFE UND FRAUENHEILKUNDE
    5. Pilch, H; Schaffer, U; Gunzel, S; Schmidt, M; Tanner, B; Brockerhoff, P; Knapstein, PG
      (A)symptomatic necrotizing arteritis of the female genital tract

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF OBSTETRICS GYNECOLOGY AND REPRODUCTIVE BIOLOGY
    6. Seufert, R; Woernle, F; Knapstein, PG
      The internet (part 1) - Technical access, systems and programming

      GYNAKOLOGE
    7. Pilch, H; Gunzel, S; Freitag, C; Schaffer, U; Tanner, B; Knapstein, PG; Maeurer, M
      Expansion of the CD8+CD45RA+CD27-CD28-T-cell subset in patients with HPV-associated cervical cancer and its precursors

      GEBURTSHILFE UND FRAUENHEILKUNDE
    8. Pilch, H; Hohn, H; Gunzel, S; Schaffer, U; Seelig, R; Seeliger, B; Maeurer, MJ; Knapstein, PG
      Cervical cancer cells present HPV-E7 epitope to CD4+tumor infiltrating lymphocytes (TIL) in association with histocompatibility leukocyte antigen (HLA) DR4 - Identification of HPV-peptides by CD4+T-cells

      GEBURTSHILFE UND FRAUENHEILKUNDE
    9. Pilch, H; Schaffer, U; Schlenger, K; Lautz, A; Tanner, B; Hockel, M; Knapstein, PG
      Expression of tenascin in human cervical cancer - Association of tenascin expression with clinicopathological parameters

      GYNECOLOGIC ONCOLOGY
    10. Kommoss, F; Schmidt, M; Merz, E; Knapstein, PG; Young, RH; Scully, RE
      Ovarian endometrioid-like yolk sac tumor treated by surgery alone, with recurrence at 12 years

      GYNECOLOGIC ONCOLOGY
    11. Knapstein, PG; Mahlke, M; Weikel, W; Hofmann, M
      Plastic reconstructive operations on the vulva and vagina

      GYNAKOLOGE
    12. Pilch, H; Weikel, W; Schaffer, U; Brockerhoff, P; Knapstein, PG
      Glant adenomatoid tumour of the uterus

      GEBURTSHILFE UND FRAUENHEILKUNDE
    13. Hengstler, JG; Lange, J; Kett, A; Dornhofer, N; Meinert, R; Arand, M; Knapstein, PG; Becker, R; Oesch, F; Tanner, B
      Contribution of c-erbB-2 and topoisomerase II alpha to chemoresistance in ovarian cancer

      CANCER RESEARCH
    14. Tanner, B; Pilch, H; Schmidt, M; Steuer, M; Schaffer, U; Knapstein, PG; Oesch, F; Hengstler, JG
      Correlation of c-erb B-2 and topoisomerase II alpha mRNA expression in ovarian cancer

      7TH BIENNIAL MEETING OF THE INTERNATIONAL GYNECOLOGIC CANCER SOCIETY
    15. Pilch, H; Gunzel, S; Schaffer, U; Tanner, B; Schmidt, M; Hockel, M; Knapstein, PG
      Tenascin expression in human cervical cancer, a comparative analysis with clinicopathological parameters

      7TH BIENNIAL MEETING OF THE INTERNATIONAL GYNECOLOGIC CANCER SOCIETY
    16. HAWIGHORST H; WEIKEL W; KNAPSTEIN PG; KNOPP MV; ZUNA I; SCHONBERG SO; VAUPEL P; VANKAICK G
      ANGIOGENIC ACTIVITY OF CERVICAL-CARCINOMA - ASSESSMENT BY FUNCTIONAL MAGNETIC-RESONANCE IMAGING-BASED PARAMETERS AND A HISTOMORPHOLOGICAL APPROACH IN CORRELATION WITH DISEASE OUTCOME

      Clinical cancer research
    17. Hawighorst, H; Schaeffer, U; Knapstein, PG; Knopp, MV; Weikel, W; Schonberg, SO; Essig, M; van Kaick, G
      Detection of angiogenesis-dependent parameters by functional MRI: Correlation between histomorphology and evaluation of clinical relevance as prognostic factor for the example of cervical carcinoma.

      ROFO-FORTSCHRITTE AUF DEM GEBIET DER RONTGENSTRAHLEN UND DER BILDGEBENDEN VERFAHREN
    18. MUNDHENKE C; WEIKEL W; KNAPSTEIN PG; JONAT W
      VULVAR CARCINOMA - INFLAMMATORY CELL INFILTRATION AS A PROGNOSTIC FACTOR

      Annals of oncology
    19. MUNDHENKE C; WEIKEL W; KNAPSTEIN PG; JONAT W
      PROGNOSTIC INFLUENCES ON SURVIVAL IN PATIENTS WITH VULVAR CARCINOMA

      Annals of oncology
    20. HAWIGHORST H; BOCK M; KNOPP MV; ESSIG M; SCHOENBERG SO; KNAPSTEIN PG; SCHAD LR; VANKAICK G
      MAGNETICALLY LABELED WATER PERFUSION IMAGING OF THE UTERINE ARTERIES AND OF NORMAL AND MALIGNANT CERVICAL TISSUE - INITIAL EXPERIENCES

      Magnetic resonance imaging
    21. HAWIGHORST H; SCHOENBERG SO; KNAPSTEIN PG; KNOPP MV; SCHAEFFER U; ESSIG M; VANKAICK G
      STAGING OF INVASIVE CERVICAL-CARCINOMA AND OF PELVIC LYMPH-NODES BY HIGH-RESOLUTION MRI WITH A PHASED-ARRAY COIL IN COMPARISON WITH PATHOLOGICAL FINDINGS

      Journal of computer assisted tomography
    22. HENGSTLER JG; BOTTGER T; TANNER B; DIETRICH B; HENRICH M; KNAPSTEIN PG; JUNGINGER T; OESCH F
      RESISTANCE FACTORS IN COLON-CANCER TISSUE AND THE ADJACENT NORMAL COLON TISSUE - GLUTATHIONE S-TRANSFERASE-ALPHA AND S-TRANSFERASE-PI, GLUTATHIONE AND ALDEHYDE DEHYDROGENASE

      Cancer letters
    23. TANNER B; HENGSTLER JG; LUCH A; MEINERT R; KREUTZ E; ARAND M; WILKENS C; HOFMANN M; OESCH F; KNAPSTEIN PG; BECKER R
      C-MYC MESSENGER-RNA EXPRESSION IN EPITHELIAL OVARIAN CARCINOMAS IN RELATION TO ESTROGEN-RECEPTOR STATUS, METASTATIC SPREAD, SURVIVAL-TIME, FIGO STAGE, AND HISTOLOGIC GRADE AND TYPE

      International journal of gynecological pathology
    24. HAWIGHORST H; BOCK M; KNOPP MV; ESSIG M; SCHOENBERG SO; KNAPSTEIN PG; SCHAD LR; VANKAICK G
      BLOOD-FLOW MR-IMAGING OF THE UTERINE ARTE RIES AND OF NORMAL AND MALIGNANT CERVICAL TISSUE - INITIAL EXPERIENCES WITH A 2D-STAR TECHNIQUE

      Radiologe
    25. EVERS H; HAWIGHORST H; VANKAICK G; KNAPSTEIN PG; MEINZER HP
      INTEGRATION OF FUNCTIONAL AND MORPHOLOGICAL MR DATA FOR PREOPERATIVE 3D VISUALIZATION OF TUMORS - CERVICAL-CARCINOMA

      Radiologe
    26. HAWIGHORST H; KNAPSTEIN PG; KNOPP MV; WEIKEL W; SCHAEFFER U; ZUNA I; SCHONBERG SO; ESSIG M; HOFFMANN U; BRIX G; VANKAICK G
      ANGIOGENESIS OF CANCER OF THE CERVIX - CO NTRAST-ENHANCED DYNAMIC MRT, HISTOLOGICAL QUANTIFICATION OF CAPILLARY DENSITY AND LYMPH SYSTEM INFILTRATION

      Radiologe
    27. KOMMOSS F; DRIES V; SCHMIDT M; KIRKPATRICK CJ; KNAPSTEIN PG; HOCKEL M
      RHABDOID TUMOR OF THE VULVA - AN UNUSUAL, HIGHLY AGGRESSIVE LESION, ORIGINALLY MISINTERPRETED

      Geburtshilfe und Frauenheilkunde
    28. HAWIGHORST H; KNAPSTEIN PG; KNOPP MV; WEIKEL W; BRIX G; ZUNA I; SCHONBERG SO; ESSIG M; VAUPEL P; VANKAICK G
      UTERINE CERVICAL-CARCINOMA - COMPARISON OF STANDARD AND PHARMACOKINETIC ANALYSIS OF TIME-INTENSITY CURVES FOR ASSESSMENT OF TUMOR ANGIOGENESIS AND PATIENT SURVIVAL

      Cancer research
    29. Klar-Hlawatsch, B; Schunk, K; Brzezinska, R; Knapstein, PG; Beetz, R
      Torquated ovarian cyst as a cause of acute bilateral hydronephrosis in childhood

      AKTUELLE UROLOGIE
    30. SEUFERT R; KNAPSTEIN PG
      THE 1989 GERMAN HEALTH-CARE ACT AND ELECT RONIC-DATA-PROCESSING

      Archives of gynecology and obstetrics
    31. HAWIGHORSTKNAPSTEIN S; SCHONEFUSS G; HOFFMANN SO; KNAPSTEIN PG
      PELVIC EXENTERATION - EFFECTS OF SURGERY ON QUALITY-OF-LIFE AND BODY-IMAGE - A PROSPECTIVE LONGITUDINAL-STUDY

      Gynecologic oncology
    32. TANNER B; HENGSTLER JG; DIETRICH B; HENRICH M; STEINBERG P; WEIKEL W; MEINERT R; KAINA B; OESCH F; KNAPSTEIN PG
      GLUTATHIONE, GLUTATHIONE-S-TRANSFERASE-ALPHA AND GLUTATHIONE-S-TRANSFERASE-PI, AND ALDEHYDE DEHYDROGENASE CONTENT IN RELATIONSHIP TO DRUG-RESISTANCE IN OVARIAN-CANCER

      Gynecologic oncology
    33. HAWIGHORST H; KNAPSTEIN PG; KNOPP MV; WEIKEL W; ESSIG M; VANKAICK G
      PROGNOSTIC-SIGNIFICANCE OF TUMOR ANGIOGENESIS ASSESSED BY DYNAMIC, CONTRAST-ENHANCED MR-IMAGING AND MICROVESSEL DENSITY IN UTERINE CERVICAL-CARCINOMA

      Radiology
    34. HAWIGHORST H; KNAPSTEIN PG; WEIKEL W; KNOPP MV; VAUPEL PW; VANKAICK G
      ASSESSMENT OF TUMOR ANGIOGENESIS AS A FUNCTION OF TUMOR OXYGENATION BY DYNAMIC, CONTRAST-ENHANCED MR-IMAGING IN CANCER OF THE UTERINE CERVIX

      Radiology
    35. HAWIGHORST H; KNAPSTEIN PG; WEIKEL W; KNOPP MV; SCHAEFFER U; ESSIG M; BRIX G; ZUNA I; SCHONBERG S; VANKAICK G
      INVASIVE CERVICAL-CANCER (PT2B-PT4A) - VA LUE OF CONVENTIONAL AND PHARMACOKINETIC MAGNETIC-RESONANCE-IMAGING COMPARED WITH THE GIANT CROSS-SECTION SPECIMEN AND HISTOPATHOLOGICAL FINDINGS

      Radiologe
    36. TANNER B; HENGSTLER JG; LAUBSCHER S; MEINERT R; OESCH F; WEIKEL W; KNAPSTEIN PG; BECKER R
      MDM-2 MESSENGER-RNA EXPRESSION IS ASSOCIATED WITH SURVIVAL IN OVARIAN-CANCER

      International journal of cancer
    37. HAWIGHORST H; KNAPSTEIN PG; WEIKEL W; KNOPP MV; ZUNA I; KNOF A; BRIX G; SCHAEFFER U; WILKENS C; SCHOENBERG SO; ESSIG M; VAUPEL P; VANKAICK G
      ANGIOGENESIS OF UTERINE CERVICAL-CARCINOMA - CHARACTERIZATION BY PHARMACOKINETIC MAGNETIC-RESONANCE PARAMETERS AND HISTOLOGICAL MICROVESSELDENSITY WITH CORRELATION TO LYMPHATIC INVOLVEMENT

      Cancer research
    38. KNAPSTEIN PG
      RECONSTRUCTIVE SURGERY OF THE FEMALE REPR ODUCTIVE-SYSTEM - SPECIAL TECHNIQUES

      Aktuelle Urologie
    39. MERZ E; BAHLMANN F; WEBER G; MACCHIELLA D; KRUCZYNSKI D; POLLOW K; KNAPSTEIN PG
      UNRUPTURED TUBAL PREGNANCY - LOCAL LOW-DOSE THERAPY WITH METHOTREXATEUNDER TRANSVAGINAL ULTRASONOGRAPHIC GUIDANCE

      Gynecologic and obstetric investigation
    40. HAWIGHORST H; KNAPSTEIN PG; SCHAEFFER U; KNOPP MV; BRIX G; HOFFMAN U; ZUNA I; ESSIG M; VANKAICK G
      PELVIC LESIONS IN PATIENTS WITH TREATED CERVICAL-CARCINOMA - EFFICACYOF PHARMACOKINETIC ANALYSIS OF DYNAMIC MR-IMAGES IN DISTINGUISHING RECURRENT TUMORS FROM BENIGN CONDITIONS

      American journal of roentgenology
    41. WEIKEL W; MOLL R; BRUMM C; WILKENS C; KNAPSTEIN PG
      CYTOKERATIN AND VIMENTIN EXPRESSION IN PRIMARY AND RECURRENT CARCINOMA OF THE VULVA - CORRELATIONS WITH PROGNOSTIC FACTORS AND THE COURSE OF DISEASE

      International journal of gynecological pathology
    42. TANNER B; KREUTZ E; WEIKEL W; MEINERT R; OESCH F; KNAPSTEIN PG; BECKER R
      PROGNOSTIC-SIGNIFICANCE OF C-ERBB-2 MESSENGER-RNA IN OVARIAN-CARCINOMA

      Gynecologic oncology
    43. HAWIGHORST H; KNAPSTEIN PG; WEIKEL W; KNOPP MV; SCHAEFFER U; BRIX G; ESSIG M; HOFFMANN U; ZUNA I; SCHONBERG S; VANKAICK G
      CERVICAL-CARCINOMA - COMPARISON OF STANDARD AND PHARMACOKINETIC MR-IMAGING

      Radiology
    44. HOCKEL M; SCHLENGER K; HAMM H; KNAPSTEIN PG; HOHENFELLNER R; ROSLER HP
      5-YEAR EXPERIENCE WITH COMBINED OPERATIVE AND RADIOTHERAPEUTIC TREATMENT OF RECURRENT GYNECOLOGIC TUMORS INFILTRATING THE PELVIC WALL

      Cancer
    45. WEIKEL W; BECK T; MOLL R; BRUMM C; KNAPSTEIN PG
      PROGNOSTIC EVALUATION OF VULVAR CARCINOMA S - HISTOLOGICAL, IMMUNOHISTOCHEMICAL, AND FLOW-CYTOMETRIC INVESTIGATIONS

      Gynakologisch-geburtshilfliche Rundschau
    46. WEBER G; MERZ E; BAHLMANN F; MITZE M; WEIKEL W; KNAPSTEIN PG
      ASSESSMENT OF MYOMETRIAL INFILTRATION AND PREOPERATIVE STAGING BY TRANSVAGINAL ULTRASOUND IN PATIENTS WITH ENDOMETRIAL CARCINOMA

      Ultrasound in obstetrics & gynecology
    47. WEIKEL W; BRUMM C; WILKENS C; BECK T; KNAPSTEIN PG
      GROWTH FRACTIONS (KI-67) IN PRIMARY BREAST CANCERS, WITH PARTICULAR REFERENCE TO NODE-NEGATIVE TUMORS

      Cancer detection and prevention
    48. SCHLENGER K; HOCKEL M; MITZE M; SCHAFFER U; WEIKEL W; KNAPSTEIN PG; LAMBERT A
      TUMOR VASCULARITY - A NOVEL PROGNOSTIC FACTOR IN ADVANCED CERVICAL-CARCINOMA

      Gynecologic oncology
    49. BECK T; WELLER EE; WEIKEL W; BRUMM C; WILKENS C; KNAPSTEIN PG
      USEFULNESS OF IMMUNOHISTOCHEMICAL STAINING FOR P53 IN THE PROGNOSIS OF BREAST CARCINOMAS - CORRELATIONS WITH ESTABLISHED PROGNOSIS PARAMETERS AND WITH THE PROLIFERATION MARKER, MIB-1

      Gynecologic oncology
    50. HAWIGHORST H; KNAPSTEIN PG; SCHAEFFER U; KNOPP MV; BRIX G; VANKAICK G
      CORRELATION BETWEEN TUMOR HEMODYNAMICS AS MEASURED AT DYNAMIC MR-IMAGING AND THE OCCURRENCE OF NODAL METASTASES IN CERVICAL-CARCINOMA

      Radiology
    51. HAWIGHORST H; KNAPSTEIN PG; SCHAEFFER U; BRIX G; WEIKEL P; ESSIG M; ZUNA I; KNOPP MV
      DIAGNOSIS OF CERVICAL-CARCINOMA METASTASE S BY DYNAMIC MRI - CORRELATION OF PHARMACOKINETIC ANALYSIS AND HISTOPATHOLOGY

      Radiologe
    52. MITZE M; WEIKEL W; BRUMM C; LIPPOLD R; KNAPSTEIN PG
      INFLUENCE OF THE PROLIFERATION RATE ON TH E COURSE OF DISEASE OF NODE-NEGATIVE BREAST-CANCER

      Geburtshilfe und Frauenheilkunde
    53. HOCKEL M; KONERDING MA; BAUSSMANN E; WEIKEL W; WILKENS C; KNAPSTEIN PG
      MYOPERITONEAL COMPOSITE FLAPS FROM THE AN TERIOR ABDOMINAL-WALL - A NEW SURGICAL PRINCIPLE FOR VAGINAL RECONSTRUCTION

      Geburtshilfe und Frauenheilkunde
    54. BECK T; WELLER E; WEIKEL W; BRUMM C; WILKENS C; KNAPSTEIN PG
      IMMUNOHISTOCHEMICAL IDENTIFICATION AND PR OGNOSTIC-SIGNIFICANCE OF P-53 IN THE PRIMARY TUMOR OF PATIENTS WITH CARCINOMA OF THE BREAST

      Geburtshilfe und Frauenheilkunde
    55. BECK T; WEIKEL W; BRUMM C; WILKENS C; POLLOW K; KNAPSTEIN PG
      IMMUNOHISTOCHEMICAL DETECTION OF HORMONE RECEPTORS IN BREAST CARCINOMAS (ER-ICA, PGR-ICA) - PROGNOSTIC USEFULNESS AND COMPARISON WITH THE BIOCHEMICAL RADIOACTIVE-LIGAND-BINDING ASSAY (DCC)

      Gynecologic oncology
    56. BRUMM C; MITZE M; KNAPSTEIN PG; DUBER C; GREBE P; THELEN M
      DIAGNOSTIC RELIABILITY OF VISUALIZING INV ESTIGATION TECHNIQUES FOR MULTIVISCERAL GYNECOLOGICAL OPERATIONS OF THE MINOR PELVIS

      Geburtshilfe und Frauenheilkunde
    57. KRUCZYNSKI D; MERZ E; BECK T; BAHLMANN F; WILKENS C; WEBER G; MACCHIELLA D; KNAPSTEIN PG
      MINIMAL INVASIVE THERAPY IN PERITONEAL LE IOMYOMATOSIS - A CASE-REPORT ON DIAGNOSTIC AND THERAPEUTIC PROBLEMS

      Geburtshilfe und Frauenheilkunde
    58. WEBER G; WALGENBACH S; BAUER H; KRUCZINSKY D; MERZ E; KNAPSTEIN PG
      RUPTURE OF SPLENIC ARTERY ANEURYSMS IN PR EGNANCY AND LABOR

      Geburtshilfe und Frauenheilkunde
    59. HOCKEL M; BAUSSMANN E; MITZE M; KNAPSTEIN PG
      ARE PELVIC SIDE-WALL RECURRENCES OF CERVICAL-CANCER BIOLOGICALLY DIFFERENT FROM CENTRAL RELAPSES

      Cancer
    60. KNAPSTEIN PG; FRIEDBERG V
      VESICUVAGINAL AND RECTOVAGINAL FISTULAS

      Archives of gynecology and obstetrics
    61. KNAPSTEIN PG; MAINZ R
      MULTICENTRIC RANDOMIZED PHASE-III STUDY O N ADJUVANT TREATMENT OF OPERABLE CERVICAL-CARCINOMA

      Archives of gynecology and obstetrics
    62. TANNER B; FRIEDBERG T; MITZE M; KNAPSTEIN PG
      SIGNIFICANCE OF C-ERBB-2 AND C-MYC ONCOGE NE EXPRESSION FOR PROGNOSISIN OVARIAN-CANCER

      Archives of gynecology and obstetrics
    63. SEUFERT R; QUERBACH S; CASPER F; KNAPSTEIN PG
      AUTOMATIC IMAGE-PROCESSING AND GRADING FO R BREAST-CANCER

      Archives of gynecology and obstetrics
    64. QUERBACH S; SEUFERT R; CASPER F; KNAPSTEIN PG
      LOCAL-AREA NETWORK IN OBSTETRICS

      Archives of gynecology and obstetrics
    65. MOBUS VJ; ASPHAL W; KNAPSTEIN PG; KREIENBERG R
      EFFECTS OF INTERFERON-GAMMA ON THE PROLIFERATION AND MODULATION OF CELL-SURFACE STRUCTURES OF HUMAN OVARIAN-CARCINOMA CELL-LINES

      Journal of cancer research and clinical oncology
    66. HOCKEL M; VORNDRAN B; SCHLENGER K; BAUSSMANN E; KNAPSTEIN PG
      TUMOR OXYGENATION - A NEW PREDICTIVE PARAMETER IN LOCALLY ADVANCED CANCER OF THE UTERINE CERVIX

      Gynecologic oncology


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