Tumour Classification

Folder Tumour Classification


document Principles of Tumour Classification (Chapter 23, European Manual of Medicine: Coloproctology Second Edition)

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Standard and uniform tumor classification is essential for the optimal care of patients with cancer. Both surgical and medical oncologists are increasingly using tumor classification along with genetic mutational analysis for prognostic and predictive purposes. Organizations such as the American Joint Committee on Cancer, World Health Organization, and Union for International Cancer Control are responsible for creating a common language for tumor classification and cancer staging. Appropriate standardized terminology is beneficial to all clinical practitioners. National pathology organizations are increasingly mandating standardized reporting of all cancer resection specimens.

video Multicenter pathological review for a novel histological tumor grading system based on quantifying poorly differentiated clusters in colorectal cancer

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Free Paper (Neoplasia) - Hideki Ueno at ESCP Dublin 2015

video Staging: Why should we stick to Version 5 and not 6 & 7 of TNM classification?

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Symposium - Najib Haboubi at ESCP Vienna 2012

video Staging: Staging value and historical overview

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Symposium - Pierre Chapuis at ESCP Vienna 2012

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