tumor registry

tumor registry

a repository of data on the incidence of cancers and personal characteristics, treatment, and treatment outcomes of patients diagnosed with cancer.
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According to the Central Brain Tumor Registry of the United States, each year around 12,000 patients will be diagnosed with these cancers with a low survival rate.
The patterns of malignant tumors: Tumor registry data analysis, AFIP, Rawalpindi Pakistan (1992-2001).
The Krukenberg tumor: Study of 48 cases from the ovarian tumor registry.
There is non-availability of tumor registry of salivary glands in the southern districts o f KPK, so it is essential to have such a registry of tumor of this organ in this area of KPK, Pakistan.
These registries covered Atlanta, Connecticut, Detroit, rural Georgia, Hawaii, Iowa, Los Angeles, New Mexico, San Francisco-Oakland, San Jose-Monterey, Seattle-Puget Sound, Utah, and the Alaska Native Tumor Registry, according to the SEER website.
Clinical behavior and a contemporary management algorithm for prepubertal testis tumors: a summary of the Prepubertal Testis Tumor Registry.
The investigators analyzed information in a database for all 10,119 hysterectomies performed for benign indications at their medical center during a 14-year period, and correlated it with data concerning all cases of uterine sarcoma in their center's tumor registry.
Clinical and outcome characteristics of children with adrenocortical tumors: a report from the International Pediatric Adrenocortical Tumor Registry.
8220;Pyramid Healthcare Solutions provides cancer registry and tumor registry services delivered by our fully credentialed abstracting staff to ensure compliance with state regulations to meet Commission on Cancer standards.
Although there are a few regional/institution based cancer registries working in Pakistan [Rawalpindi, (AFIP tumor registry), Karachi Cancer registry, at Lahore's center of excellence in Oncology include a research center and a population-based tumor registry for Lahore district etc]3,7-9.
As one method to bring order from growing chaos, the College of American Pathologists began in the early 1990s to develop organized systems for standardized reporting of all histologic data, thus ensuring that the end user, such as surgeons or tumor registry librarians, could expect what type of information a report might contain.
Descriptive epidemiology of primary brain and CNS tumors: Results from the Central Brain Tumor Registry of the United States, 1990-1994.

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