Prostate Cancer (cont.)
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Prostate Cancer Evaluation
Evaluation of the (primary) tumor ("T"):
It should be stressed that the designation "T2c" implies a tumor which is palpable in both lobes of the prostate. Tumors which are found to be bilateral on biopsy only but are not palpable bilaterally should not be staged as T2c.
Evaluation of the regional lymph nodes ("N"):
Evaluation of distant metastasis ("M"):
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