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Tnm classification

TNM classification

tNM classification provides a system for staging the occurrence of cancer., T refers to the primary tumour and is categorised as being 1-4 and a-d depending upon site, size and spread, N refers to the lymph nodes and they are categorised as being X,0, 1, 2, or 3 depending upon if any, some or all are involved metastasis, and M to the presence or absence of distant metasteses. Refer Staging.

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