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histological grade n.

histological grade n.

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Changes in Histologic Grade and Argyrophilic Nucleolar Organizer Regions during Progression of Prostate Cancer

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OS6.4 Molecular classification of meningiomas across all histological subtypes and grades

GE-37INTEGRATED GENOMIC ANALYSIS OF LOW GRADE GLIOMA AND GLIOBLASTOMA REVEALS MOLECULAR STRATIFICATION BY IDH STATUS ACROSS GRADES AND HISTOLOGIES

Histological grading of IgA nephropathy predicting renal outcome: revisiting H. S. Lee's glomerular grading system

Which is the Better Pathological Prognostic Factor, the Nottingham Histological Grade or the Japanese Nuclear Grade? A Large Scale Study with a Long-term Follow-up

Histologic Grade and p53 Immunoreaction as Indicators of Early Recurrence of Node-Negative Breast Cancer

Prognostic Significance of Accumulation of Gene and Chromosome Alterations and Histological Grade in Node-negative Breast Carcinoma

Correlation of Histologic Grade With Other Clinicopathological Parameters, Intrinsic Subtype, and Patients' Clinical Outcome in Taiwanese Women

Radiologic findings to predict low-grade malignant tumour among clinical T1bN0 lung adenocarcinomas: lessons from histological subtypes

The Impact of Extent of Resection and Histological Subtype on the Outcome of Adult Patients with High-grade Gliomas

Prognostic significance of histological grade in clear-cell carcinoma of the ovary: a retrospective study of Korean Gynecologic Oncology Group

 

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The degree of differentiation of a tumour. Typically, grade 1 resembles normal tissue (well-differentiated) and grade 3 is very abnormal (poorly differentiated) and has a poorer prognosis.

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