TNM Staging Quiz

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1. A patient presents with a primary tumour less than 2cm in diameter and a single node less than 3cm diameter and no distant metastases. What is the correct TNM classification?

  • T1 N1 M0
  • T2 N1 M0
  • T1 N0 M0
  • T2 N0 M0
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2. A patient presents with a primary tumour 3.5cm diameter and a single 3.5cm node with distant metastases. What is the correct TNM classification?

  • T2 N2c M1
  • T2 N2a M1
  • T2 N2b M0
  • T2 N2b M1

3. A patient presents with a massive tumour invading other structures but with no cervical nodes and no metastases. What is the correct TNM classification?

  • T3 N0 M0
  • T3 N0 M1
  • T4 N0 M0
  • T4 N0 M1

4. A patient presents with a primary tumour 2cm diameter with a single 3cm node and no metastases. What is the correct TNM classification?

  • T2 N2c M0
  • T2 N2 M0
  • T2 N2a M0
  • T2 N2b M0

5. A patient presents with a primary tumour 6cm in diameter with distant metastases and multiple nodes pproximately 3.5cm in diameter. What is the correct TNM classification?

  • T3 N2b M1
  • T4 N2b M1
  • T3 N2a M2
  • T3 N2b M2

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