Common diagnostic methods for cancer include imaging, endoscopy, pathology, laboratory testing, and molecular diagnostics.
Detection of tumor markers present in serum assists in
early screening, staging, and recurrence of tumors.
Fluoroscopy, CT, angiography, magnetic
resonanceand ultrasound provide information
such as the location, shape, and size of a tumor.
Commonly used in the examination of the esophagus, stomach, colon and rectum, other hollow organs or
certain body cavity tumors, the size and shape of the tumor can observed by inserting the scope deep into the body.
This is the gold standard for cancer diagnosis, with a tumor tissue sample,
the tumor’s type,malignancy, and degree of differentiation can be determined
at the cellular level.
► Molecular Diagnosis：
The above diagnostic method can provide a great deal of information about a tumor,
such as its type and location, but there are still problems such as insufficiently
sensitive tests and false traces resulting from biopsy.
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