Allgemeine Definitionen

  • J. Schütte

Zusammenfassung

Die gesamte UICC-Klassifikation (Kriterien, Schreibweise, Stadiengruppierung) stimmt mit derjenigen des „American Joint Committee on Cancer“ (AJCC), 5. Auflage, überein.

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