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What is hyperplasia?
inc in number
What is dysplasia?
abnl prolife of cells w/ loss of size, shape, and orientation
What is metaplasia?
1 cell type is replaced by another adult cell type
What is anaplasia?
abnl cells lacking differentiation, like primitive cells, tyor giant cells may be formed
Which classification has more to do with prognosis?
grade
What criteria are used for staging?
TMN, tumor size, metastases, node involvement