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Table 2 Attributes of (a) cancer and (b) Tumor phenotypes

From: An information model for computable cancer phenotypes

(a)
Cancer Phenotype
Cancer Type carcinoma, sarcoma, etc.
Histologic Type ductal, lobular, etc.
Tumor Extent in-situ, invasive, etc.
Cancer Stage Stage I, Stage IIA, etc.
T Classification Primary Tumor Classification (pTis, T2a, etc.)
N Classification Regional lymph node classification (pNx, N1, etc.)
M Classification Distant metastasis classification (M0, M1, etc.)
Manifestations Clinical and Molecular classifications of the cancer (hypercalcemia, hypercoaguability, etc.)
(b)
Tumor Phenotype
Cancer Type by cell of origin (carcinoma, sarcoma, etc.)
Histologic Type ductal, lobular, etc.
Tumor Extent in-situ, invasive, etc.
Manifestations Clinical and Molecular classifications of the tumor (size, receptor status, Nottingham score, etc.)