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Heme & Lymphoid Neoplasms/Diagnostic confirmation--Lymphoma: To code "3" in Diagnostic Confirmation, does the genetic testing need to confirm a specific histology or is it enough that is simply rules out others?  See Discussion.

Final Feb 02 2017

Reportability/Histology--Testis: Is neoplasm consistent with carcinoid type of monodermal teratoma reportable as a teratoma, NOS, and if yes, what is the histology code?

Final Jan 31 2017

MP/H Ruels/Histology--Kidney/renal pelvis: How is MiT family translocation renal cell carcinoma (RCC) with Xp11 translocation coded? See Discussion.

Final Jan 31 2017

Reportability/Histology--Brain and CNS: Is epidermoid tumor of the cerebellopontine angle (CPA) and trigeminal vesicle nerve reportable, and if so, what is the correct histology code? See discussion.

Final Jan 31 2017

Reportability--Brain and CNS: Are cavernous sinus meningiomas reportable? See Discussion.


Final Jan 18 2017

MP/H Rules/Histology--Kidney: How is the histology coded and what rule(s) apply to the classification of succinate dehydrogenase-deficient renal cell carcinoma? See Discussion.

Final Jan 17 2017

First course treatment/Chemotherapy: Is metronomic chemotherapy coded as chemotherapy?

Final Dec 20 2016

First course treatment/Radiation Therapy--Prostate: How do you code fiducial markers for prostate cases?

Final Dec 20 2016

First course treatment/Immunotherapy--Prostate:  Is XGEVA, given for bone mets from prostate cancer, abstracted as immunotherapy, or is it an ancillary drug and not recorded?

Final Dec 20 2016

MP/H Rules/Histology--Brain and CNS: What is the histology code for a tumor originating in the cerebellum and extending into the fourth venrticle described as a glioblastoma with primitive neuroectodermal tumor component (WHO Grade IV)?

Final Nov 21 2016
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