Lung

Sarcomas and other rare tumors are not included
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Summary of Changes

The definition of TNM and the Stage Grouping for this chapter have not changed from the Fifth Edition.

Keywords

Verrucous Carcinoma Mucinous Cystadenocarcinoma Aortopulmonary Window Pleomorphic Carcinoma Multiple Primary Tumor 
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  • American Joint Committee on Cancer
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  1. 1.Executive OfficeChicagoUSA

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