Difference between Nodule and Tumor?

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The difference between nodules and tumors are the usage of the terms. Nodules are usually used to describe lesions that are less than twenty centimeters at its biggest dimension. The term tumor is used to describe lesions without taking into consideration the size of the growth itself. This means that the term nodule is used when the size of the lesion is considered while the term tumor is used when describing lesions in general terms.
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