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Welcome to the SEER Inquiry System (SINQ). SINQ is a collection of questions that cancer registrars have had while coding cancer cases. Click Search to look for specific questions or to select questions for a Report.

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Reportability--Kidney: Is a renal cell neoplasm stated to be multilocular clear cell renal cell neoplasm of low malignant potential a reportable tumor if the physician refers to the tumor as renal cell carcinoma in a follow-up note after surgery? If reportable, how is histology coded? See Discussion.

Final Nov 06 2017

Histology/Behavior--Brain and CNS: How are histology and behavior coded for a diagnosis of pineal anlage tumor in an infant? See Discussion.


Final Oct 26 2017

Reportability--Heme & Lymphoid Neoplasms: Is the diagnosis of large granular lymphocyte syndrome or large granular lymphocyte disorder a reportable synonym for T-cell large granular lymphocytic leukemia? See Discussion.

Final Oct 25 2017

Reportability/Brain and CNS: Is incidentaloma reportable from brain and central nervous system (CNS) imaging? See Discussion.

Final Oct 25 2017

Primary Site/Histology--Urinary:  Is a urethral lesion showing intraductal carcinoma of the prostate reportable?  What is the primary site and histology code? See discussion.

Final Oct 20 2017

MP/H Rules/Histology--Lung:  What is the histology of a lung tumor described as solid predominant with mucin production, 8230/3 (Multiple Primaries/Histology (MP/H) Rule 5) or 8255/3 (MP/H Rule 6)?  See Discussion.

Final Oct 16 2017

Primary Site/Corpus uteri: Is the primary site C541 (endometrium) or C543 (uterine fundus) when the histology states endometrial adenocarcinoma, endometrioid type, but tumor site states fundus?  See Discussion.

Final Oct 10 2017

MP/H Rules/Histology--Thyroid: How should histology be coded for a single tumor with final diagnosis undifferentiated (anaplastic) carcinoma arising in association with papillary thyroid carcinoma and the Summary Cancer Data states Histologic type: Undifferentiated (anaplastic) carcinoma only? See Discussion.


Final Oct 03 2017

Grade/Histology--Rectum: How should histology and grade be coded for high grade neuroendocrine tumor (NET) (WHO Grade 3) of the rectum? See Discussion.


Final Sep 28 2017

Reportability/Behavior--Ovary: Is adult granulosa cell tumor a reportable malignant tumor if the primary ovarian tumor ruptured intraoperatively, the peritoneum was contaminated, and the patient underwent adjuvant treatment with chemotherapy given the increased risk of recurrence due to intraoperative tumor spill? See Discussion.


Final Sep 27 2017
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