• Prognosis
  • In some study [ 7 ] the income influenced the probability for over- 65 to undergo screening regularly and therefore the prognosis, while a more recent study [ 8 ] on 173 women aged 80 years and older has showed a large percentage of early stages diagnoses: stage I (35%) and II (32.9%), with about 50% of cases showing negative axillary nodes. (biomedcentral.com)
  • A composite mutational profile for each patient based on the allelotyping of the primary tumor and lymph node deposits may make a significant contribution to a more accurate prognosis of stage II NSCLC. (aacrjournals.org)
  • radiation
  • Relationship between the growth pattern of nasopharyngeal cancer and the cervical lymph nodes based on MRI findings: can the cervical radiation field be reduced in patients with nasopharyngeal cancer? (ebscohost.com)