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Cancer staging: Quiz


Question 1: ________: originally consisted of four stages: A, B, C, and D (the Dukes staging system).
Colorectal cancerCrohn's diseaseStomach cancerHepatocellular carcinoma

Question 2: ________: uses Ann Arbor staging
LeukemiaHodgkin's lymphomaMultiple myelomaLymphoma

Question 3: Clinical stage is based on all of the available information obtained before a ________ to remove the tumor.
NeurosurgeryCardiothoracic surgeryICD-9-CM Volume 3Surgery

Question 4: Pathologic stage adds additional information gained by examination of the tumor ________ by a pathologist.
SpectroscopyMass spectrometryMicroscopyAnalytical chemistry

Question 5: ________: uses TNM [8]
MesotheliomaLung cancerSolitary pulmonary noduleNon-small cell lung carcinoma

Question 6: For example, the ________ for GCC (guanylyl cyclase c), present only in the luminal aspect of intestinal epithelium, can be identified using molecular screening (RT-PCR) with an astonishing degree of sensitivity and exactitude.
MorpholinoDNAMessenger RNANon-coding RNA

Question 7: ________: Uses TNM [2]
Breast cancerBreast cancer classificationMammary ductal carcinomaLung cancer

Question 8: Thus, it may include information about the tumor obtained by physical examination, radiologic examination, and ________.
SigmoidoscopyHuman gastrointestinal tractEndoscopyRectum

Question 9: ________: uses TNM [12]
Renal cell carcinomaBladder cancerTransitional cell carcinomaWilms' tumor

Question 10: ________: uses TNM [5]
Renal oncocytomaTransitional cell carcinomaRenal cell carcinomaKidney cancer


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