1948
DOI: 10.1001/archderm.1948.01520140003001
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Microscopic Grading of Cancer and Its Practical Implication

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“…It is also advisable to check for perineural invasion (14). Different degrees of malignancy may be present in different fields of the same tumor (15). Therefore, it is advisable to examine several sections of every tumor that is to be graded and then grade according to the least differentiated portion (15).…”
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“…It is also advisable to check for perineural invasion (14). Different degrees of malignancy may be present in different fields of the same tumor (15). Therefore, it is advisable to examine several sections of every tumor that is to be graded and then grade according to the least differentiated portion (15).…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Different degrees of malignancy may be present in different fields of the same tumor (15). Therefore, it is advisable to examine several sections of every tumor that is to be graded and then grade according to the least differentiated portion (15). As a general rule, a poorly differentiated tumor is best treated by surgery or radiotherapy (16).…”
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confidence: 99%
“…In previous studies, histological grading of penile carcinoma was based mainly on cell maturation (Broders, 1928;Edmundson, 1948) and other histological aspects (which could be relevant to the clinical behaviour of a tumour) were omitted. Most of the previous analyses divided squamous cell carcinomas of the penis into 3 or 4 categories (Table 4) and in 2 reports only 2 categories were used (Colby and Smith, 1931 ; Staubitz e t a ] .…”
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“…In this system, the degree of keratinisation is the principal feature. Edmundson (1948) suggested that grading should be based on the least differentiated portion after examination of several sections. It is now recognised that it should also be based on the degree of atypia of the tumour cells and the depth of Accepted for publication 23 August 1990 penetration.…”
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“…All specimens were removed endoscopically and selected on the basis that tumour or dysplastic cells comprised more than 70% of the tissue block. Slides from all cases were reviewed and classified into six broad categories according to the grading system proposed by Hellquist et al [30] for dysplasias and Broder's method for carcinomas [20,46]: 1, 2 and 3, grade I, II and III (in situ carcinoma) dysplasias; 4,5 and 6, grade I, II and III LSCCs. In the first three groups 10, 8 and 10 laryngeal dysplasias were placed, while in the three other groups 13, 18 and 9 LSCCs were placed, respectively.…”
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