1. What does 'N' mean in the determination of the stage of a tumour?
- The number of lymph nodes involved.
- The nuclear size and pleomorphism.
- The depth of invasion.
- The degree of metastases.
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2. Which of these is not true for malignant neoplasms?
- The nuclei are hyperchromatic and pleopmorphic.
- The neoplasm is well-differentiated.
- There are numerous mitotic figures within the neoplasm.
- The growth rate of the neoplasm is relatively rapid.
- The neoplasm does not have a true capsule and have an ill-defined border.
3. Malignant neoplasms of epithelial cells are called _____?
4. Which of these terms describes an increase in the number of cells in a tissue?
5. Which of these disorders of cell growth is always pathological?