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5. Survival of 2,819 breast cancer patients from the Surveillance, Epidemiology, and End Results Program of the National Cancer Institute, 1983–1998. Calculated by the life table method and stratified by age at diagnosis. 17 interested in describing mortality attributable only to the disease under investigation. , cancer) if no other cause of death was operating. This technique requires that reliable information on cause of death is available and makes an adjustment for deaths due to causes other than the disease under study.
The N classification for neck disease from nonmelanoma skin cancers is similar to that for axillary and groin (inguinal) lymph nodes. The staging systems presented in this section are all clinical staging, based on the best possible estimate of the extent of disease before first treatment. Imaging techniques [computed tomography (CT), magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), positron emission tomography (PET), and ultrasonography] may be utilized and, in advanced tumor stages, have added to the accuracy of primary tumor (T) and nodal (N) staging, especially in the nasopharyngeal and paranasal sinuses, primary sites, and regional lymph nodes.
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