Biochemical methods of detecting tumors, Biology

Based on your knowledge of neoplasia, discuss biochemical methods of detecting tumors, and imaging characteristics (in your particular imaging modality) that suggest malignancy. Explain any confounding factors in using these as criteria for malignancy.

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