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n.1. the severity of a malignant tumour according to its degree of differentiation. Low-grade tumours closely resemble normal tissues, are well differentiated, and have a good prognosis. High-grade tumours show a poor resemblance to normal tissues, are poorly differentiated, and have a poor prognosis. Benign tumours are not graded. 2. the severity of a non-neoplastic disease.

1. the severity of a malignant tumour according to its degree of differentiation. Low-grade tumours closely resemble normal tissues, are well differentiated, and have a good prognosis. High-grade tumours show a poor resemblance to normal tissues, are poorly differentiated, and have a poor prognosis. Benign tumours are not graded. 2. the severity of a non-neoplastic disease.

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