Carcinoma of Unknown Primary

Jennifer Hellawell

In: Encyclopedia of Cancer and Society

Carcinoma of Unknown Primary

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  • MOST HUMAN CANCERS are diagnosed by histopathological review of tissue biopsy by a trained pathologist. In the majority of cases, the pathologist is able to deduce where the malignant cells came from by examining aspects of the cells' morphology, ...

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