A rectal resection specimen with a 5-cm margin distal to the tumor and visible tumor on the peritoneal surface is examined after surgery. The mesorectal envelope has a 9-mm defect and the muscularis propria is visible. Which is the MOST important factor for determining the mesorectal grade?
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