EXPLANATORY NOTES - Specific anatomical sitesHead and Neck TumoursGeneralAnatomyExtension to Adjacent SitesRegional Lymph NodesT ClassificationN ClassificationLip and Oral CavityLipOral CavityPharynxOropharynxNasopharynxHypopharynxLarynxAnatomical DefinitionsSuperior and Inferior Boundaries of the GlottisPathological Criteria of Impaired Vocal CordMobility or Vocal Cord Fixation Associated Carcinoma in situNasal Cavity and Paranasal SinusesSalivary GlandsThyroidDigestive System TumoursRules for ClassificationOesophagusStomachAnatomyRegional Lymph NodesT ClassificationSmall intestineColon and RectumAnatomical Sites arid SubsitesLocal RecurrenceRegional Lymph NodesT/pT ClassificationN/pN ClassificationM ClassificationAnal CanalRules for ClassificationT ClassificationLiverRules for ClassificationRegional Lymph NodesT/pT ClassificationGallbladderExtrahepatic Bile DuctsAnatomical SubsitesAmpulla of VaterPancreasT Chapter 3 Site-Specific Requirements for pT and pNIntroductionHead and Neck-
Vulva and Penis)Chronic Myeloid LeukaemiaPrimary Liver Carcinoma in Infants and ChildrenAdrenal Cortical CarcinomaLiver Metastasis of Colorectal CarcinomaGastrointestinal Malignant LymphomasReferencesChapter 5 Optional Proposals for Testing New Telescopic Ramifications of TNMAll tumour sitesFixation of Lymph NodesMarkers of Residual TumourHead and Neck TumoursThyroid GlandT ClassificationDigestive System TumoursM ClassificationOesophagusT ClassificationN ClassificationStomachT ClassificationN ClassificationColon and RectumpT ClassificationLiverN ClassificationLung TumoursM ClassificationStage Grouping of Lung TumoursTumours of Bone and Soft TissuesBoneT ClassificationSkin TumoursCarcinoma of SkinT ClassificationGynaecological TumoursCervix UteriN ClassificationM ClassificationUrological TumoursPenisT ClassificationProstateT ClassificationM ClassificationKidneyT ClassificationReferencesChapter 6 Frequently Asked Questions.
"The TNM Supplement, 4th Edition, includes new, detailed definitions of anatomical sites, regional lymph nodes, and TNM categories. It answers questions that frequently arise during daily use of the TNM system. Importantly, the TNM Supplement expands on the minimum requirements for pathological classification of individal tumour sites and enumerates the recommended criteria for each. Published in association with the Union for International Cancer Control, it provides oncologists with complementary material related to TNM staging not covered in TNM Classification of Malignant Tumours, 7th Edition"--Provided by publisher..
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