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Code grade specified by pathologist. If no grade specified, code 9
Aleukemic lymphatic leukemia [OBS]
Aleukemic lymphocytic leukemia [OBS]
Aleukemic lymphoid leukemia [OBS]
Lymphatic leukemia, NOS [OBS]
Lymphocytic leukemia, NOS [OBS]
Lymphosarcoma cell leukemia [OBS]
Subacute lymphatic leukemia [OBS]
Subacute lymphocytic leukemia [OBS]
Subacute lymphoid leukemia [OBS]
Non-specific general term for lymphoid leukemia (unknown if acute or chronic), for which cell typing (B or T) has not been done or information not available.
This term is seldom used and is not included in the new classification of hematopoietic and lymphoid neoplasms. There are a number of codes for lymphocytic and lymphoblastic leukemias that would be currently used to describe a neoplasm of lymphoid lineage.