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Medical Term Ch 5

Integumentary System - TNM System of Staging

Tumor T0 No evidence of tumor
Tumor Tis = Stage I Carcinoma in situ indicates the tumor is in a defined location and shows no invasion into surrounding tissues.
Tumor T1, T2, T3, T4 = Stage II Primary tumor size and extent of local invasion, where TI is small with minimal invasion and T4 is large with extensive invasion into surrounding organs.
Node N0 Regional lymph nodes show no abnormalities.
Node N1, N2, N3, N4 = Stage III Degree of lymph node involvement and spread to regional lymph nodes, where N1 is less involvement with minimal spreading and N4 is more involvement with extensive spreading.
Metastasis M0 No evidence of metastasis
M1 = Stage IV Indicates metastasis
Created by: irismv