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Describes the role of the prostate and defines prostate cancer
Illustrates the prostate in context of the surrounding anatomy
Lists risk factors and signs & symptoms
Describes diagnostic and screening tests and provides an image of a digital rectal exam (DGE)
Illustrates and describes the stages I - IV of prostate cancer and the common staging system and scoring system of the disease
Size: 20" W x 26" L
Laminate and styrene chart includes two holes at top for hanging
The Anatomical Chart Company - Understanding Prostate Cancer chart describes the role of the prostate and defines prostate cancer. Illustrates the prostate in context of the surrounding anatomy and shows the zones of the prostate. Lists risk factors and signs & symptoms.
Describes diagnostic and screening tests and provides an image of a digital rectal exam (DGE). Illustrates and describes the stages I - IV of prostate cancer. Also provides an explanation of the most commonly used staging system, the Tumor-Nodes-Metastasis (TNM) system. Shows and describes the Gleason pathologic scoring system, which grades the aggressiveness of the disease (how fast the cancer will go and spread).
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