tumor stage

tu·mor stage

the extent of the spread of a malignant neoplasm from its site of origin.
See also: TNM staging.

tu·mor stage

(tū'mŏr stāj)
The extent of the spread of a malignant neoplasm from its site of origin.
See also: TNM staging
Synonym(s): tumour stage.
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In 905 patients treated at Johns Hopkins and Mayo Clinic, researchers found that higher B7H3 expression was positively associated with higher Gleason Scores and tumor stage (p<0.
Use of at least view the wall of the digestive tract and organs in the vicinity of tumor assessments walls of the digestive tract, determination of tumor stage affecting organs adjacent to the digestive tube, for removing tissue, for drainage and collection of fluid into the gastrointestinal tract for drainage of bile ducts in the stomach or duodenum, classic trasabdominEilnE[degrees] ultrasonography and, moreover, under ultrasound control and targeted biopsy of liver tumors.
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The patients whose tumor had loss of PTEN expression had more frequent lymph node metastasis, higher tumor stage, and developed subsequent recurrence or metastasis as compared to patients with PTEN-positive tumors.
My son was diagnosed with testicular cancer (embryonic yolk sac tumor stage 1) at 2 years of age, when the tumor was confined to the parenchyma.
Demographic and clinical data were collected for each patient including age, sex, tumor stage and site, nutritional data including the percentage of the weight loss at different interval times before and during the illness, and the body mass index (BMI).
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