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Primary tumor (T) - nasopharynx Regional lymph nodes (N) - nasopharynx
The distribution and the prognostic impact of regional lymph node spread from nasopharynx cancer, particularly of the undifferentiated type, are different from those of other head and neck mucosal cancers and justify the use of a different N classification scheme. Notes: Distant metastasis (M) - nasopharynx Anatomic stage / prognostic groups - nasopharynx
End of Nasal cavity > Miscellaneous > TNM staging - Nasopharynx



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