nodal disease

nodal disease

A cancer that has extended into lymph nodes and is thus not localised.
References in periodicals archive ?
The author preoperatively assessed renal tumor staging using multidetector computer tomography (MDCT) and found specificity of computed tomography for capsular invasion as 85.0%, nodal disease as 82.0% and adrenal involvement as 98.0% respectively.
Patients with lymphatic metastasis of cutaneous malignant melanoma benefit from sentinel lymphnodectomy and early excision of their nodal disease. Eur J Cancer.
This is again followed by a recommended course of chemotherapy based on the final histology at nephrectomy specimen and nodal disease status.
Previously published papers include patients with T1-T4 disease, (15) and other included patients with nodal disease. (14) This study only included patients with localised disease, and this was defined as T1-T3aN0M0.
Hormone receptor positive HER2 negative subset is less likely to have positive or high volume nodal disease, and less likely to present pathological complete response so that surgery first is suggested if Z0010 and AMAROS is eligible.
Age [greater than or equal to] 50, black race, greater nodal disease burden, ER-negative tumors, PR-negative tumors, and treatment prior to 2000 were associated with inferior outcome (Table 2).
Caption: Figure 10: FDG-PET scan extensive hypermetabolic osseous and nodal disease.
Although chemotherapy, cryotherapy, and isotretinoin have been used unsuccessfully, steroids or surgery has been effective in treating complications associated with extra nodal disease.
Sentinel lymph node (SLN) biopsy will accurately identify nodal metastases in 97% of women with nodal disease. Negative SLNs are accurate in 99% of cases.
This study and a recent meta-analysis [28] emphasise the major role of NACT to reduce ALND in patients with initial nodal disease and the feasibility of the procedure.
Twenty men with metastatic prostate cancer, five with extra-pelvic lymph nodal disease and 15 with bone with or without nodal disease, were treated with androgen deprivation therapy (ADT), radical surgery that included a retroperitoneal lymph node dissection as needed, and radiation therapy to visible metastatic lesions in bone.