TNM Supplement 1993 A Commentary on Uniform Use

The fourth edition of the TNM Classification was published in 1987,1 and a revision in 1992.2 It was the result of efforts by all national TNM Committees towards a worldwide uniform classification. The classifica­ tion criteria are identical with the fourth edition of the Manual for 3 Staging of Can...

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Main Author: Hermanek, P.
Corporate Author: SpringerLink (Online service)
Other Authors: Henson, D. E. (Editor), Hutter, R. V. P. (Editor), Sobin, L. H. (Editor)
Format: eBook
Published: Berlin, Heidelberg Springer Berlin Heidelberg 1993, 1993
Series:UICC International Union Against Cancer / Union Internationale Contre le Cancer
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Collection: Springer Book Archives -2004 - Collection details see MPG.ReNa
Table of Contents:
  • Explanatory Notes — General
  • The General Rules of the TNM System
  • The TNM Clinical and Pathological Classifications
  • The Significance of X
  • Stage Grouping
  • Residual Tumour (R) Classification
  • L Classification
  • Recurrent Tumour, r Symbol
  • Patients with Unknown Primary Tumour
  • Staging of Tumours for Which No TNM Classification Is Provided
  • Histopathological Grading
  • References
  • Explanatory Notes — Specific Anatomical Sites
  • Head and Neck Tumours
  • Digestive System Tumours
  • Lung Tumours
  • Bone Tumours
  • Soft Tissue Tumours
  • Skin Tumours
  • Breast Tumours
  • Gynaecological Tumours
  • Urological Tumours
  • Ophthalmic Tumours
  • Brain Tumours
  • Hodgkin Disease and Non-Hodgkin Lymphomas
  • Paediatric Tumours
  • References
  • Site-Specific Recommendations for pT and pN
  • Head and Neck Tumours
  • Digestive System Tumours
  • Lung and Pleural Tumours
  • Tumours of Bone and Soft Tissues
  • Skin Tumours
  • Breast Tumours
  • Gynaecological Tumours
  • Urologi