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Long NameDiagnosis Gross Pathology NCI Standard Template
DefinitionThe collection of CDEs used in the gross pathology module.
ContextcaBIG
Protocol Long NameNCI Standard Template Forms
WorkflowDRAFT NEW
TypeCRF
Public ID3918956
Version1.0
Module Long NameModule InstructionsQuestionCDECDE Public IDCDE VersionValue Domain Data TypeValue Domain Unit of MeasureDisplay FormatValid ValueForm Value Meaning TextForm Value Meaning Desc.
Mandatory Diagnosis Gross Pathology QuestionsThese items must be included when this data is collected for reporting.
N/B/MTissue Disease Status Category25002652.0CHARACTER
Non-malignantNon-MalignantNot cancerous.
EquivocalEquivocalOpen to question; uncertain as a sign or indication; open to two or more interpretations; of uncertain nature or significance.
AbnormalAbnormalDeviating from the norm.
BenignBenign(beh-NINE) Not cancerous; does not invade nearby tissue or spread to other parts of the body.
MalignantMALIGNANTRefers to abnormal cell activity manifested by decreased control over growth and function, causing tumor growth or spread into surrounding tissue and adverse effects to the host.
NormalNormalBeing approximately average or within certain limits; conforming with or constituting a norm or standard or level or type or social norm. (NCI)
Morphology (Histology)Diagnostic Oncologic WHO Histologic Category39157461.0CHARACTER
Histology, OtherNeoplasm by Morphology Other Name java.lang.String25212601.0java.lang.String
Lymph node groups involvedDisease Involvement Lymph Nodes20080231.0CHARACTER
Anterior Mediastinal Lymph NodeAnterior Mediastinal Lymph NodeA lymph node located in the superior mediastinum that collects lymph from the thymus, the pericardium, and the right side of the heart.
AxillaryAxillary NodesOne of approximately 20-30 lymph nodes in chain formation that traverse the concavity of the underarm to the clavicle.
Celiac Lymph NodeCeliac Lymph NodeA lymph node at the base of the celiac artery.
Cervical Lymph NodeCervical Lymph NodeAny of the lymph nodes located in the neck.
Common Iliac Lymph NodeCommon Iliac Lymph NodeWidely known or encountered.: One of the three lymph nodes of the pelvis: the superior gluteal, interior gluteal or sacral.
Epitrochlear Lymph NodeEpitrochlear Lymph NodeA lymph node located above and adjacent to the elbow.
External Iliac Lymph NodeExternal Iliac Lymph NodeA lymph node located along the external iliac artery.
Hilar Lymph NodeHilar Lymph NodeA lymph node located in the hilum of the lung.
Iliac Lymph NodeIliac Lymph NodeOne of the three lymph nodes of the pelvis: the superior gluteal, interior gluteal or sacral.
InfraclavicularInfraclavicular NodesA lymph node located in the area below the clavicle.
Internal MammaryInternal Mammary NodesAny of the lymph nodes of the breast located under the ribcage, near the sternum.
Mediastinal Lymph NodeMediastinal Lymph NodeA lymph node located in the mediastinum. Mediastinal lymph nodes are arranged in three groups, one on the lateral, another on the medial, and a third on the anterior aspect of the vessels; the third group is, however, sometimes absent.
Mesenteric Lymph NodeMesenteric Lymph NodeA lymph node located in the mesentery.
Occipital Lymph NodeOccipital Lymph NodeA lymph node located in the back of the head adjacent to the trapezius muscle.
Paratracheal Lymph NodeParatracheal Lymph NodeA lymph node located adjacent to the trachea within the mediastinum. (NCI)
Pelvic Lymph NodePelvic Lymph NodeAny lymph node within the pelvic region.
Perihilar Lymph NodePerihilar Lymph NodeA lymph node located in the area around the hilum.
Popliteal Lymph NodePopliteal Lymph NodeLymph node located within the fat layer of the knee joint.
Retrocrural Lymph NodeRetrocrural Lymph NodeA lymph node located within the most inferior portion of the posterior mediastinum. (NCI)
Retroperitoneal Lymph NodeRetroperitoneal Lymph NodeA lymph node located in the retroperitoneal space.
Scalene Lymph NodeScalene Lymph NodeA lymph node located in proximity to any of the scalene muscles.
Splenic Hilar Lymph NodeSplenic Hilar Lymph NodeA lymph node located in the hilar region of the spleen.
Submandibular Lymph NodeSubmandibular Lymph NodeA lymph node located beneath the floor of the oral cavity.
Subsegmental Lymph NodeSubsegmental Lymph NodeThe lymph nodes around the subsegmental bronchi.
Supraclavicular Lymph NodeSupraclavicular Lymph NodeA lymph node which is located above the clavicle.
Thoracic Lymph NodeThoracic Lymph NodeLymph node located in the thoracic cavity. (NCI)
Optional Diagnosis Gross Pathology QuestionsThere is no requirement for inclusion of these elements on the case report form. If the design and scientific questions posed in the study dictate the need to collect this type of data, these elements should be included.
Primary Tumor Pathological Tumor Size, microscopic in cm, perpendicular to tumor longest diameterTumor Perpendicular Axis To Longest Diameter Disease Measurement32436811.0NUMBERcm99.9
Dimension 2Tumor Second Dimension Measurement642163.0NUMBERcm999.9
Dimension 3Tumor Third Dimension Measurement642175.0NUMBERcm999.9
Surgical MarginsSurgical Margin Assessment Status34360731.0CHARACTER
PositivePositive FindingAn observation confirming something, such as the presence of a disease, condition, or microorganism.
NegativeNegative FindingA finding of normality following an examination or investigation looking for the presence of a microorganism, disease, or condition.
UnknownUnknownNot known, not observed, not recorded, or refused.
Margin involvementNeoplasm Margin Involved Type26518281.0CHARACTER
Non-resectable deep marginsNon-resectable deep marginsNon-resectable deep margins
DistalDISTALDISTAL
ProximalPROXIMALPROXIMAL
CircumferentialCIRCUMFERENTIALCIRCUMFERENTIAL
OtherOtherNot otherwise specified.
Margin distanceSurgical Margin Neoplasm Distance Measurement39158531.0CHARACTER
Margin Distance UOMSurgical Margin Neoplasm Distance Measurement Unit of Measure39158581.0CHARACTER
cmCentimeterA basic unit of length in the former CGS version of metric system, equal to one hundredth of a meter or approximately 0.393 700 787 inch.
mmMillimeterA metric unit of length equal to one thousandth of a meter (10E-3 meter) or approximately 0.03937 inch.
Gross pathology present? (Mark all that apply)Gross Tumor Residual Pathology Type25483691.0CHARACTER
None presentNone presentNone present
Single discrete massSingle discrete massSingle discrete mass
Multifocal discrete massesMultifocal discrete massesMultifocal discrete masses
Gross stromal alterations/fibrosisGross stromal alterations/fibrosisGross stromal alterations/fibrosis
LateralityBiospecimen Collection Procedure Target Anatomic Site Laterality Name39158621.0CHARACTER
MidlineMidlineA medial line, especially the medial line or medial plane of the body (or some part of the body).
RightRightRight; being or located on or directed toward the side of the body to the east when facing north.
LeftLeftLeft; being or located on or directed toward the side of the body to the west when facing north.
Number of Lymph Nodes ExaminedLymph Node Examined Count33.0NUMBER
Lymph node groups involvedDisease Involvement Lymph Nodes20080231.0CHARACTER
Anterior Mediastinal Lymph NodeAnterior Mediastinal Lymph NodeA lymph node located in the superior mediastinum that collects lymph from the thymus, the pericardium, and the right side of the heart.
AxillaryAxillary NodesOne of approximately 20-30 lymph nodes in chain formation that traverse the concavity of the underarm to the clavicle.
Celiac Lymph NodeCeliac Lymph NodeA lymph node at the base of the celiac artery.
Cervical Lymph NodeCervical Lymph NodeAny of the lymph nodes located in the neck.
Common Iliac Lymph NodeCommon Iliac Lymph NodeWidely known or encountered.: One of the three lymph nodes of the pelvis: the superior gluteal, interior gluteal or sacral.
Epitrochlear Lymph NodeEpitrochlear Lymph NodeA lymph node located above and adjacent to the elbow.
External Iliac Lymph NodeExternal Iliac Lymph NodeA lymph node located along the external iliac artery.
Hilar Lymph NodeHilar Lymph NodeA lymph node located in the hilum of the lung.
Iliac Lymph NodeIliac Lymph NodeOne of the three lymph nodes of the pelvis: the superior gluteal, interior gluteal or sacral.
InfraclavicularInfraclavicular NodesA lymph node located in the area below the clavicle.
Internal MammaryInternal Mammary NodesAny of the lymph nodes of the breast located under the ribcage, near the sternum.
Mediastinal Lymph NodeMediastinal Lymph NodeA lymph node located in the mediastinum. Mediastinal lymph nodes are arranged in three groups, one on the lateral, another on the medial, and a third on the anterior aspect of the vessels; the third group is, however, sometimes absent.
Mesenteric Lymph NodeMesenteric Lymph NodeA lymph node located in the mesentery.
Occipital Lymph NodeOccipital Lymph NodeA lymph node located in the back of the head adjacent to the trapezius muscle.
Paratracheal Lymph NodeParatracheal Lymph NodeA lymph node located adjacent to the trachea within the mediastinum. (NCI)
Pelvic Lymph NodePelvic Lymph NodeAny lymph node within the pelvic region.
Perihilar Lymph NodePerihilar Lymph NodeA lymph node located in the area around the hilum.
Popliteal Lymph NodePopliteal Lymph NodeLymph node located within the fat layer of the knee joint.
Retrocrural Lymph NodeRetrocrural Lymph NodeA lymph node located within the most inferior portion of the posterior mediastinum. (NCI)
Retroperitoneal Lymph NodeRetroperitoneal Lymph NodeA lymph node located in the retroperitoneal space.
Scalene Lymph NodeScalene Lymph NodeA lymph node located in proximity to any of the scalene muscles.
Splenic Hilar Lymph NodeSplenic Hilar Lymph NodeA lymph node located in the hilar region of the spleen.
Submandibular Lymph NodeSubmandibular Lymph NodeA lymph node located beneath the floor of the oral cavity.
Subsegmental Lymph NodeSubsegmental Lymph NodeThe lymph nodes around the subsegmental bronchi.
Supraclavicular Lymph NodeSupraclavicular Lymph NodeA lymph node which is located above the clavicle.
Thoracic Lymph NodeThoracic Lymph NodeLymph node located in the thoracic cavity. (NCI)
Lymph Node DissectionSentinel Node Dissection Assessment Response Name25181821.0CHARACTER
NoNo: C49487The non-affirmative response to a question.
YesYes: C49488The affirmative response to a question.
No/not in source documentNo source documentNo source document
UnknownUnknownNot known, not observed, not recorded, or refused.
LN Pathologic resultLymph Node Pathologic Assessment Result21903811.0CHARACTER
EquivocalEquivocalOpen to question; uncertain as a sign or indication; open to two or more interpretations; of uncertain nature or significance.
NegativeNegativeA finding of normality following an examination or investigation looking for the presence of a microorganism, disease, or condition.
PositivePositiveInvolving advantage or good.
UnknownUnknownNot known, not observed, not recorded, or refused.
Not EvaluatedNot EvaluatedNot Evaluated
N/ANot ApplicableDetermination of a value is not relevant in the current context.
Extracapsular spreadExtracapsular Disease Present Indicator28165091.0CHARACTER
AbsentAbsentAbsent
INDETERMINATEIndeterminateCannot distinguish between two or more possible values in the current context.
N/ANot AvailableInformation regarding the subject is unknown or inaccessible at this time.
NDNot DeterminedNot Determined
NONoThe non-affirmative response to a question.
No source documentationNo source documentationNo source documentation
Not applicableNot ApplicableDetermination of a value is not relevant in the current context.
Not sampled/dissectedNot sampled/dissectedNot sampled/dissected
PresentPresentPresent
UNKNOWNUnknownNot known, not observed, not recorded, or refused.
YESYesThe affirmative response to a question or activity.
Total Tumor VolumeTumor Total Volume Measurement651063.0NUMBER
Grams ResectedSpecimen Resection Weight Measurement650863.0NUMBERgm