Diagnosis date of first recurrence as distant metastasis
Identifying and definitional attributes
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The date of first recurrence as distant metastatic disease.
The term recurrence defines the return, reappearance or metastasis of cancer (of the same histology) after a disease-free intermission or remission.Distant metastasis refers to the spread of cancer of the same histology as the original (primary) tumour to distant organs or distant lymph nodes.
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Source and reference attributes
|Submitting organisation:||Cancer Australia|
|Reference documents:||American College of Surgeons 1998. Standards of the Commission on Cancer: Registry Operations and Data Standards (ROADS), Volume II, Commission on Cancer|
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Patient—diagnosis date of first recurrence as distant metastasis
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