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Scopi e principi della stadiazione

Estratto

Uno schema classificativo del cancro è clinicamente utile se prende in considerazione le peculiarità della malattia in grado di predirne il comportamento biologico. La classificazione dell’American Joint Committee on Cancer (AJCC) si basa sull’assunto che le neoplasie della medesima sede anatomica e della medesima istologia condividono simili pattern di crescita e simili outcome.

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