- Tumors are “staged” in order to help design a treatment plan. The TNM system is common to all solid tumor classification systems, with T showing the size of the gross tumor, N indicating the presence of affected regional lymph nodes, and M showing the presence or absence of distant metastases.
- The staging is then classified into categories which have treatment and prognostic significance. One of the key issues in the staging of lung cancer is whether the cancer has spread to the other side of the chest (contralateral nodes), a generally poor prognostic sign.
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