Manchester score

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Manchester score is an indicator of prognosis in small cell lung cancer.[1][2] It is calculated from a number of physical and biochemical markers.

A patient with small cell lung cancer scores one point for each of the following: -

Prognosis[edit]

Prognosis of small cell lung cancer according to Manchester score[3]
Manchester score Prognostic group Two year survival (%)
0-1 Good 16.2
2-3 Medium 2.5
4 or more Poor 0

References[edit]

  1. ^ Cerny, T; Blair V, Anderson H et al. (1987). "Pretreatment prognostic factors and scoring system in 407 small-cell lung cancer patients". International Journal of Cancer 39 (2): 146–149. doi:10.1002/ijc.2910390204. PMID 3026969. 
  2. ^ Kawahara, Masaaki; Masahiro Fukuoka, Nagahiro Saijo et al. (1996). "Prognostic factors and prognostic staging system for small cell lung cancer". Japanese Journal of Clinical Oncology (Oxford University Press) 27 (3): 158–165. doi:10.1093/jjco/27.3.158. PMID 9255270. ISSN: 0368-2811. 
  3. ^ Maestu, I; Pastor M, Gómez-Codina J et al. (Jun 1997). "Pretreatment prognostic factors for survival in small-cell lung cancer: a new prognostic index and validation of three known prognostic indices on 341 patients". Annals of Oncology 8 (6): 547–553. doi:10.1023/A:1008212826956. PMID 9261523.