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Benjamin R. Roman, Snehal G. Patel, Marilene B. Wang, Anna M. Pou, F. Christopher Holsinger, David Myssiorek, David Goldenberg, Samuel Swisher-McClure, Alexander Lin, Jatin P. Shah, and Judy A. Shea

-level factors related to the decision to use surveillance imaging are not well understood. Several studies have found that physician demographic and practice characteristics correlate with surveillance testing use in breast and colon cancers. 7 , 10 , 11

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Juliana E. Hidalgo-López, Rashmi Kanagal-Shamanna, L. Jeffrey Medeiros, Zeev Estrov, C. Cameron Yin, Srdan Verstovsek, Sergej Konoplev, Jeffrey L. Jorgensen, Mohammad M. Mohammad, Roberto N. Miranda, Chong Zhao, John Lee, Zhuang Zuo, and Carlos E. Bueso-Ramos

myelofibrosis (MF). 3 Bone marrow (BM) specimens from these patients usually show characteristic findings, including atypical megakaryocytic hyperplasia with or without reticulin fibrosis. JAK2 V617F mutation also has been reported in chronic myelomonocytic

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Benjamin L. Franc, Timothy P. Copeland, Robert Thombley, Miran Park, Ben Marafino, Mitzi L. Dean, W. John Boscardin, Hope S. Rugo, David Seidenwurm, Bhupinder Sharma, Stephen R. Johnston, and R. Adams Dudley

included in the study when the claim included an indication of breast cancer (ICD-9 codes 174.0–174.9). Patient characteristics examined included age group, whether RT was received, whether hormonal therapy was received, payer class, and MSA. Patients

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Ali Mokdad, Travis Browning, John C. Mansour, Hao Zhu, Amit G. Singal, and Adam C. Yopp

on characteristic radiographic imaging on dynamic contrasted-enhanced CT or MRI. Most of these diagnostic imaging studies are ordered by primary care physicians, who are at the beginning of the cancer care continuum and must not only discern an

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Jessica S.W. Borgers, Richard P. Tobin, Robert J. Torphy, Victoria M. Vorwald, Robert J. Van Gulick, Carol M. Amato, Dasha T. Cogswell, Tugs-Saikhan Chimed, Kasey L. Couts, Adrie Van Bokhoven, Christopher D. Raeburn, Karl D. Lewis, Joshua Wisell, Martin D. McCarter, Rao R. Mushtaq, and William A. Robinson

stage IV disease without AGMs were identified. Patients without a valid research consent, incomplete medical records, or inadequate follow-up information were excluded. The following patient and tumor characteristics were collected from electronic

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Daniëlle D. Huijts, Julia T. van Groningen, Onno R. Guicherit, Jan Willem T. Dekker, Leti van Bodegom-Vos, Esther Bastiaannet, Johannes A. Govaert, Michel W. Wouters, and Perla J. Marang-van de Mheen

studies grouped colon and rectal surgeries together 3 , 4 or only examined colon surgery, 5 , 6 whereas patient characteristics, complication risks, and clinical outcomes are clearly different for colon and rectal cancers. 9 Another important

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Sai-Ching Yeung, Aiham Qdaisat, Mona Kamal, Aisha Al-Breiki, Biman Goswami, Carol C. Wu, Shouhao Zhou, Terry Rice, and Kumar Alagapan

Incidental pulmonary embolisms (IPE) are commonly discovered in cancer patients during their cancer staging and surveillance imaging studies. Examining the clinical characteristics and outcomes of these incidents in cancer patients may guide the

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Julie Hallet, Laura Davis, Alyson Mahar, Michail Mavros, Kaitlyn Beyfuss, Ying Liu, Calvin H.L. Law, Craig Earle, and Natalie Coburn

characteristics and outcomes. Categorical variables were reported as absolute number and percent, and continuous variables were reported as mean with SD or median with interquartile range (IQR). Comparison testing was undertaken using the chi-square test for

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Elliott K. Yee, Natalie G. Coburn, Laura E. Davis, Alyson L. Mahar, Victoria Zuk, Vaibhav Gupta, Ying Liu, Craig C. Earle, and Julie Hallet

baseline characteristics of the cohort and outcomes, stratified by distance category and geographic region of residence. Patients were linked to geographic regions using the PCCF. Choropleth maps of the primary outcomes across each geographic region

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Narek Shaverdian, Erin F. Gillespie, Elaine Cha, Soo Young Kim, Stephanie Benvengo, Fumiko Chino, Jung Julie Kang, Yuelin Li, Thomas M. Atkinson, Nancy Lee, Charles M. Washington, Oren Cahlon, and Daniel R. Gomez

. Statistical Analysis All completed surveys were analyzed. There were no additional inclusion or exclusion criteria. A predefined statistical plan was used to minimize inflation of type I error. Patient characteristics and survey responses for office visit