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Many of these are demonstrated in an atlas of head and neck PET imaging published in the Seminars of Nuclear Medicine (6). 4. Staging of Head and Neck Cancers Head and neck cancers are staged according to the TNM classification (7). Although the description of T-stage varies with the site of the primary tumor, generally tumors <2 cm are staged as T1, 2–4 cm as T2, >4 cm as T3, and tumors invading into adjacent neck structures are staged as T4. Cervical nodes are staged as N1 for a single ipsilateral node <3 cm, N2 indicates single or multiple nodes between 3 and 6 cm, and N3 refers to node(s) >6 cm in greatest dimension.
SCLC should be regarded as a systemic disease regardless of stage. SCLC is generally classified as either limited (LD) or extensive disease (ED). LD is present, when the disease is confined to one hemithorax, mediastinum, and supraclavicular nodes, which can be targeted with a single radiation portal field. Disease extension outside the thorax or the existence of malignant pleural effusion is considered as ED. Patients with SCLC are generally not candidates for surgery. Patients with ED receive chemotherapy alone.