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which is used to give prognosis in general is it the stage or the grade and does it differ in different locations of the tumour
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which is used to give prognosis in general is it the stage or the grade and does it differ in different locations of the tumour
it is always stage and never grading , its the same for all tumors , i dont recollect properly but i had somewhere mostly uw that in cns tumours it can be grade because they rarely spread other wise always stage ....
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it is always stage and never grading , its the same for all tumors , i dont recollect properly but i had somewhere mostly uw that in cns tumours it can be grade because they rarely spread other wise always stage ....
y exactly that is what I wanted to make sure of as I read that 2 in uworld
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