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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The revised study design is based in part on results of the completed phase 1b study, together with information from a retrospective study of patients with colon cancer in tumor stage III.
Conclusions: TIP30 expression was associated with clinical tumor stage in BUC, suggesting that it might play an important role in disease progression.
Sofia Maxene Ereve was barely a year old in May 2014 when she was diagnosed with germ cell tumor stage 4 in the sacrococcygeal area (the part where the base of the spine by the tailbone is located).
This third stage is an advanced tumor stage with metastasis and/or a failed response to conventional therapy.
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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 trasabdominln ultrasonography and ultrasound addition, under the control and targeted biopsy of liver tumors.
However, scientists at the University of Utah, Salt Lake City, have uncovered patterns of DNA anomalies that predict a woman's outcome significantly better than tumor stage.
It is well accepted that RCCs with similar morphology and tumor stage often have a different clinical course.