What is the average size of a breast cancer tumor? The average size of a tumor is 1 cm when found during regular breast self-exams. The average size of a tumor is 2.62 cm when found by women who do not do self-exams.
What size is a large breast tumors?
|Tumor size categories|
|TX: Tumor size cannot be assessed|
|T1c: Tumor is larger than 1 cm, but no larger than 2 cm|
|T2: Tumor is larger than 2 cm, but no larger than 5 cm|
|T3: Tumor is larger than 5 cm|
What size tumor is considered large? The study defined tumors less than 3 cm as small tumors, and those that are more than 3 cm as large tumors, in 720 EGC patients. Meanwhile, tumors less than 6 cm in size were set as small tumors, while more than 6 cm as large tumors, in 977 AGC patients. The study has acquired the following results.
What stage is a 2 cm breast cancer? T1 (includes T1a, T1b, and T1c): Tumor is 2 cm (3/4 of an inch) or less across. T2: Tumor is more than 2 cm but not more than 5 cm (2 inches) across. T3: Tumor is more than 5 cm across. T4 (includes T4a, T4b, T4c, and T4d): Tumor of any size growing into the chest wall or skin.