SEER Inquiry System - Report
Produced: 12/01/2022 6:48 PM
#1: 2021 SEER Manual. Appendix E-Reportable and Non-reportable examples
#2: American College of Radiology. https://www.acr.org/
Reportability: What American College of Radiology Reporting and Data Systems (RADS) can be used to determine reportability? See Discussion.
LI-RADS (liver), PI-RADS (prostate), and TI-RADS (thyroid) can be used to determine reportability. BI-RADS (breast) and Lung-RADS cannot be used to determine reportability. Can these systems below to determine reportability?
C-RADS (from CT colonography)
NI-RADS (head & neck)
The following cancer cases are reportable unless there is information to the contrary.
–Liver cases with an LI-RADS category LR-4 or LR-5
–Prostate cases with a PI-RADS category 4 or 5
The following are not reportable without additional information.
–Breast cases designated BI-RADS 4, 4A, 4B, 4C or BI-RADS 5
–Lung cases designated Lung-RADS 4A," 4B, or 4X
–Liver cases based only on an LI-RADS category of LR-3
–Colon cases with only C-RADS information (C-RADS category C4 is not reportable by itself)
–Head and Neck cases with only NI-RADS information (NI-RADS category 3 is not reportable by itself)
–Ovarian or fallopian tube cases with only O-RADS information (none of the O-RADS categories are reportable without additional information)
–Thyroid cases with only TI-RADS information (none of the TI-RADS categories are reportable without additional information)