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Gastric Carcinoma Nomogram : Disclaimer

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Gastric Carcinoma Nomogram: Post-Surgery

In consultation with a physician, this tool can be used by patients with stomach cancer to calculate the chance of survival up to nine years after surgery (complete resection). Only patients whose surgery has been within the last six months can use this tool.

CalculateClearEnter Your Information

Enter your current age.
years old (20 to 100)
cm (0.001 to 20)
Interpretation of tumor cell type from the pathology report.
To what level within the stomach the tumor penetrated.
The number of positive, or cancerous, samples taken during biopsy.
% (0 to 60)
The number of negative, or noncancerous, samples taken during biopsy.
% (0 to 70)

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Probability of disease specific survival

For patients whose surgery was within the last 6 months, this tool predicts the probability of disease-specific survival up to nine years after complete removal of gastric tumor.

Supporting Publication

Postoperative nomogram for disease-specific survival after an R0 resection for gastric carcinoma. Kattan MW, Karpeh MS, Mazumdar M, Brennan MF. J Clin Oncol. 2003 Oct 1;21(19):3647-50.