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Long NameProgression NCI Standard Template
DefinitionThe collection of CDEs used in the Progression module.
ContextcaBIG
Protocol Long NameNCI Standard Template Forms
WorkflowDRAFT NEW
TypeCRF
Public ID3859575
Version1.0
Module Long NameModule InstructionsQuestionCDECDE Public IDCDE VersionValue Domain Data TypeValue Domain Unit of MeasureDisplay FormatValid ValueForm Value Meaning TextForm Value Meaning Desc.
Optional Progression 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.
Progression RecurrenceMalignant Neoplasm Disease Progression Recurrence Last Communication Contact Indicator38305561.0CHARACTER
YesYesThe affirmative response to a question or activity.
NoNoThe non-affirmative response to a question.
Not evaluableUnevaluableUnable to be evaluated.
UnknownUnknownNot known, not observed, not recorded, or refused.
New primary?New Cancer Diagnosis Last Communication Contact Indicator38305571.0CHARACTER
YesYesThe affirmative response to a question or activity.
NoNoThe non-affirmative response to a question.
Not evaluableUnevaluableUnable to be evaluated.
UnknownUnknownNot known, not observed, not recorded, or refused.
Disease Progression/RecurrenceMalignant Neoplasm Disease Progression Recurrence Type38305831.0CHARACTER
Biochemical recurrenceBiochemical Recurrent Malignant NeoplasmOf or relating to biochemistry; involving chemical processes in living organisms.: The reemergence of a malignant neoplasm after a period of remission. -- 2003
Distant progressionDistant Disease ProgressionFar apart in space, time, or relevance from a point of reference.: Cancer that continues to grow or spread.
First distant progressionFirst Distant Disease ProgressionPreceding all others in time or space or degree.: Far apart in space, time, or relevance from a point of reference.: Cancer that continues to grow or spread.
First distant recurrenceFirst Distant Recurrent Malignant NeoplasmPreceding all others in time or space or degree.: Far apart in space, time, or relevance from a point of reference.: The reemergence of a malignant neoplasm after a period of remission. -- 2003
First local progressionFirst Local Disease ProgressionPreceding all others in time or space or degree.: Of or belonging to a restricted area or locality.: Cancer that continues to grow or spread.
First local recurrenceFirst Local Recurrent Malignant NeoplasmPreceding all others in time or space or degree.: Of or belonging to a restricted area or locality.: The reemergence of a malignant neoplasm after a period of remission. -- 2003
First regional progressionFirst Regional Disease ProgressionPreceding all others in time or space or degree.: Limited to a particular location or area.: Cancer that continues to grow or spread.
First regional recurrenceFirst Regional Recurrent Malignant NeoplasmPreceding all others in time or space or degree.: Limited to a particular location or area.: The reemergence of a malignant neoplasm after a period of remission. -- 2003
ProgressionDisease ProgressionCancer that continues to grow or spread.
Progression/Recurrence (NOS)Disease Progression Recurrent Malignant Neoplasm Not Otherwise SpecifiedCancer that continues to grow or spread.: The reemergence of a malignant neoplasm after a period of remission. -- 2003: Not characterized in any other way.
RecurrenceRecurrent Malignant NeoplasmThe reemergence of a malignant neoplasm after a period of remission. -- 2003
Local/Regional Location TypeLocal-Regional Cancer Progression Recurrence Anatomic Site Location Type38305951.0CHARACTER
In-fieldWithin FieldOn the inside; contained in.: The region in which a particular type of force can be observed, often viewed as a space which was modified by the sources of the force which the field represents.
MarginalMarginalMarginal
Out-of-fieldNegation Within FieldAn operation in which a term denies or inverts the meaning of another term or construction.: On the inside; contained in.: The region in which a particular type of force can be observed, often viewed as a space which was modified by the sources of the force which the field represents.
UnknownUnknownNot known, not observed, not recorded, or refused.
Sites of ProgressionProgression Site68315.0CHARACTER
Adrenal glandsAdrenal GlandPaired glands situated in the retroperitoneal tissues at the superior pole of each kidney.
AscitesAscitesAscites
BladderBladderThe distensible sac-like organ that functions as a reservoir of urine, collecting from the kidneys and eliminating via the urethra.
BoneBoneConnective tissue that forms the skeletal components of the body.
Bone marrowBone MarrowThe tissue occupying the spaces of bone. It consists of blood vessel sinuses and a network of hematopoietic cells which give rise to the red cells, white cells, and megakaryocytes.
BrainBrainAn organ composed of grey and white matter containing billions of neurons that is the center for intelligence and reasoning. It is protected by the bony cranium.
Brain - parenchymalBrain - parenchymalBrain - parenchymal
Bronchial stumpBronchial stumpBronchial stump
Central Nervous SystemCentral Nervous SystemThe main information-processing organs of the nervous system, consisting of the brain, spinal cord, and meninges.
CNS - epiduralCNS - epiduralCNS - epidural
CNS - leptomeningesCNS - leptomeningesCNS - leptomeninges
CNS - vitrealCNS - vitrealCNS - vitreal
CNS/BrainCENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM/BRAINCENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM/BRAIN
ColonColonThe part of the large intestine measured from the cecum to the rectum consisting of ascending, transverse, descending and sigmoid portions. The purpose of the colon is to remove water from digested food prior to excretion.
Contralateral hilar mediastinum (nodal)Contralateral hilar mediastinum (nodal)Contralateral hilar mediastinum (nodal)
Contralateral pleural effusionContralateral pleural effusionContralateral pleural effusion
Contralateral supraclavicular nodesContralateral supraclavicular nodesContralateral supraclavicular nodes
Distant lungDISTANT LUNGTumor present in the opposite lung or at a point distant from the primary site within the same lung
Distant lymph nodesDISTANT LYMPH NODESDISTANT LYMPH NODES
Distant nodesDISTANT LYMPH NODESDISTANT LYMPH NODES
Distant skin/subcutaneous tissueDistant skin/subcutaneous tissueDistant skin/subcutaneous tissue
EsophagusEsophagusThe portion of the digestive canal between the pharynx and stomach. It is about 25 cm long and consists of three parts: the cervical part, from the cricoid cartilage to the thoracic inlet; thoracic part, from thoracic inlet to the diaphragm; and abdominal part, below the diaphragm to the cardiac opening of the stomach.
First Other, specifyOTHER SITE(S)OTHER SITE(S)
Hilar lymph nodesHilar lymph nodeNo Value Exists
HypopharynxHypopharynxThe lower part of the pharynx that connects to the esophagus.
Intra-abdominalIntra-abdominalIntra-abdominal
Ipsilateral hilar mediastinum (nodal)Ipsilateral hilar mediastinum (nodal)Ipsilateral hilar mediastinum (nodal)
Ipsilateral pleural effusionIpsilateral pleural effusionIpsilateral pleural effusion
Ipsilateral supraclavicular nodesIpsilateral supraclavicular nodesIpsilateral supraclavicular nodes
KidneyKidneyOne of the two bean-shaped organs located on each side of the spine in the retroperitoneum. The right kidney is located below the liver and the left kidney below the diaphragm. The kidneys filter and secret the metabolic products and minerals from the blood, thus maintaining the homeostasis. On the superior pole of each kidney there is an adrenal gland. Each kidney and adrenal gland is surrounded by fat.
LarynxLarynxThe organ of voice production; the part of the respiratory tract between the pharynx and the trachea; it consists of a framework of cartilages and elastic membranes housing the vocal folds and the muscles which control the position and tension of these elements.
LeptomeningesLeptomeningesThe two innermost layers of tissue that cover the brain and spinal cord, the arachnoid mater and the pia mater.
LiverLiverA large organ located in the upper abdomen. The liver cleanses the blood and aids in digestion by secreting bile.
Local lungLOCAL LUNGPresence of tumor found within the same lung as the primary disease site
Local-regionalLocal-regional (including ipsilateral breast; chest wall; axillary, internal mammary, and infraclavicular nodes; local-regional skin and subcutaneous tissue)Local-regional (including ipsilateral breast; chest wall; axillary, internal mammary, and infraclavicular nodes; local-regional skin and subcutaneous tissue)
LungLUNG, NOSLUNG, NOS
Lung (parenchymal)LungOne of a pair of viscera occupying the pulmonary cavities of the thorax, the organs of respiration in which aeration of the blood takes place. As a rule, the right lung is slightly larger than the left and is divided into three lobes (an upper, a middle, and a lower or basal), while the left has but two lobes (an upper and a lower or basal). Each lung is irregularly conical in shape, presenting a blunt upper extremity (the apex), a concave base following the curve of the diaphragm, an outer convex surface (costal surface), an inner or mediastinal surface (mediastinal surface), a thin and sharp anterior border, and a thick and rounded posterior border.
Lung parenchyma adjacent to primary tumorLung parenchyma adjacent to primary tumorLung parenchyma adjacent to primary tumor
Lymph nodesLYMPH NODES, SPECIFYLYMPH NODES, SPECIFY
Mediastinal lymph nodesMediastinal 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.
NasopharynxNasopharynxThe part of the pharynx in the back of the throat, at and above the soft palate. The nasopharynx is continuous with the nasal passages.
NodesLymph NodesLymph Nodes
Not specified, yetNot specifiedNot specified
Opposite breastContralateral breastContralateral breast
Opposite lungContralateral lungContralateral lung
Oral CavityOral CavityThe cavity lying at the upper end of the alimentary canal, bounded on the outside by the lips and inside by the oropharynx and containing in humans the tongue, gums, and teeth.
OropharynxOropharynx(or-o-FAIR-inks) The middle part of the throat that includes the soft palate, the base of the tongue, and the tonsils.
OtherOtherNot otherwise specified.
Other CNSOther CNSOther CNS
Other Head and NeckOther Head and NeckDifferent than the one(s) previously specified or mentioned.: For oncology, area of the body generally construed to comprise base of skull and facial bones, sinuses, orbits, salivary glands, oral cavity, oropharynx, larynx, thyroid, facial and neck musculature and lymph nodes draining these areas.
Other specifyOtherNot otherwise specified.
OvaryOvaryOne of the paired female reproductive glands containing the ova or germ cells; the ovary's stroma is a vascular connective tissue containing numbers of ovarian follicles enclosing the ova; surrounding this stroma is a more condensed layer of stroma called the tunica albuginea.
PancreasPancreasA non-encapsulated elongated and lobulated organ, extending from the concavity of the duodenum to the spleen; it consists of a head, an elongated body, and a tail. It contains two functional components: an exocrine component that secretes juices into the intestine and an endocrine component that secretes hormones (insulin and glucagon).
Parotid glandParotid glandParotid gland
PelvisPelvis (Ilium, Ischium, and Pubis bones)The structure of the vertebrate skeleton supporting the lower limbs in humans and the hind limbs or corresponding parts in other vertebrates.
Pericardial effusionPericardial effusionFluid collection within the pericardial sac, usually due to inflammation.
PeritoneumPeritoneum(PAIR-ih-toe-NEE-um) The tissue that lines the abdominal wall and covers most of the organs in the abdomen.
PleuraPleura(PLOOR-a) A thin layer of tissue covering the lungs and the wall of the chest cavity to protect and cushion the lungs. A small amount of fluid that acts as a lubricant allows the lungs to move smoothly in the chest cavity during breathing.
Pleural effusionPleural effusionPleural effusion
Primary sitePRIMARY TUMORPRIMARY TUMOR
Regional lymph nodesREGIONAL LYMPH NODESREGIONAL LYMPH NODES
Second Other, specifyOTHER SITE(S)OTHER SITE(S)
Separate lobe of the ipsilateral lungSeparate lobe of the ipsilateral lungSeparate lobe of the ipsilateral lung
Skin (cutaneous)SkinAn organ that constitutes the external surface of the body. It consists of the epidermis, dermis, and skin appendages.
Small bowelSMALL BOWELSMALL BOWEL
Spine - parenchymalSpine - parenchymalSpine - parenchymal
SpleenSpleenAn organ that produces lymphocytes, filters the blood, stores blood cells, and destroys those that are aging. It is located on the left side of the abdomen near the stomach. (OCC)
StomachStomachThe organ located between the esophagus and the small intestine where digestion of food occurs before passing to the small intestine.
Subcutaneous/SkinSubcutaneous/SkinSubcutaneous/Skin
Submandibular glandSubmandibular glandSubmandibular gland
Supraclavicular lymph nodesSupraclavicular Lymph NodeLymph nodes located above the clavicle (collarbone).
TestesTestesTestes
ThymusThymusAn organ that is part of the lymphatic system, in which T lymphocytes grow and multiply. The thymus is in the chest behind the breastbone.
ThyroidThyroidThyroid
Urothelial TractUrothelial TractUrothelial Tract
Cancer DiagnosisCancer Diagnosis Cancer Type ICD9 Text Name21950891.0CHARACTER
Adrenal Cortical TumorACT - 194.0; Adrenal Cortical Tumor194.0 - Malignant Neoplasm of Adrenal Gland
BladderVES - 188.9; Bladder188.9 - Malignant Neoplasm of Bladder, NOS
Breast-DCISBR-DCIS - 233.0; Breast-DCIS233.0 - Ductal Carcinoma InSitu
Breast-FemBR - 174.0; Breast-Fem174.0 - Malignant Neoplasm Female Breast
Breast-LCISBR-LCIS - 233.0; Breast-LCIS233.0 - Lobular Carcinoma InSitu
Breast-MaleBR - 175.0; Breast-Male175.0 - Malignant Neoplasm Male Breast
Carcinoma Unknown PrimaryCUPS - 199.1; Carcinoma Unknown Primary199.1 - Malignant Neoplasm, NOS
CervixCX - 180.9; Cervix180.9 - Malignant Neoplasm Cervix Uterine, NOS
Cervix-AdenocarcinomaCX-AD - 180.9; Cervix-Adenocarcinoma180.9 - Malignant Neoplasm Cervix Uterine, NOS
Cervix-Squamous Cell CarcinomaCX-SCC - 180.9; Cervix-Squamous Cell Carcinoma180.9 - Malignant Neoplasm Cervix Uterine, NOS
CNSBRAIN - 191.9; CNS191.9 - Malignant Neoplasm of Brain, NOS
CNS-GlioblastomaBRAIN-GB - 191.9; CNS-Glioblastoma191.9 - Malignant Neoplasm of Brain, NOS
CNS-MedulloblastomaBRAIN-MB - 191.9; CNS-Medulloblastoma191.9 - Malignant Neoplasm of Brain, NOS
ColonCOL - 153.9; Colon153.9 - Malignant Neoplasm Colon, NOS
EsophagusESOP - 150.9; Esophagus150.9 - Malignant Neoplasm Esophagus, NOS
EyeEYE - 190.9; Eye, part unspecified190.9 - Malignant Neoplasm of Eye, part unspecified
EyeballEYE - 190.0; Eyeball190.0 - Malignant Neoplasm Eye
Fallopian TubeFT - 183.2; Fallopian Tube183.2 - Malignant Neoplasm Fallopian Tube
GallbladderGB - 156.0; Gallbladder156.0 - Malignant Neoplasm Gallbladder/Extrahepatic
GastricGAST - 151.9; Gastric151.9 - Malignant Neoplasm Stomach, NOS
GIGI - 159.0; GI159.0 - Other Malignant Neoplasm GI/Peritoneal
Gynecology-NOSGYN-NOS - 183; Gynecology-NOS183 - Malignant Neoplasm Uterine Adnexa
Head/Face/NeckH/N - 195.0; Head/Face/Neck195.0 - Malignant Neoplasm Head/Face/Neck
Hodgkins DiseaseHD - 201.0; Hodgkins Disease201.0 - Hodgkin's Disease
Intrahepatic DuctsBIL - 155.1; Intrahepatic Ducts155.1 - Malignant Neoplasm Intraheptic Ducts
Kidney-except PelvisREN - 189.0; Kidney-except Pelvis189.0 - Malignant Neoplasm Urinary NEC, NOS
Leukemia-acute lymphocytic leukemiaALL - 204.0; Leukemia-acute, lymphocytic leukemia204.0 - Lymphoid Leukemia, Acute
Leukemia-acute monocytic leukemiaAML - 206.0; Leukemia-acute monocytic leukemia206.0 - Monocytic Leukemia, Acute
Leukemia-chronic lymphocytic leukemiaCLL - 204.1; Leukemia-chronic lymphocytic leukemia204.1 - Lymphoid Leukemia, Chronic
Leukemia-chronic monocytic leukemiaCML - 206.1; Leukemia-chronic monocytic leukemia206.1 - Monocytic Leukemia, Chronic
Leukemia-hairy cell leukemiaHCL - 202.4; Leukemia-hairy cell leukemia202.4 - Leukemic reticuloendotheliosis, Hairy Cell Leukemia
Leukemia-NOSLEUK - 208.0; Leukemia-NOS208.0 - Leukemia, Unspecified Cell
Liver-HepatoblastomaHEP - 155; Liver-Hepatoblastoma155 - Malignant Neoplasm Liver
Liver-Primary-NOSLIV - 155; Liver-Primary-NOS155 - Malignant Neoplasm Liver
Lung/BronchusLG - 162.9; Lung/Bronchus162.9 - Malignant Neoplasm Bronchus/Lung, NOS
Lymph NodesLN - 196; Lymph Nodes196 - Malignant Neoplasm Lymph Nodes
LymphomaLYM - 196.9; Lymphoma196.9 - Malignant Neoplasm Lymph Node, NOS
MelanomaMEL - 172; Melanoma172 - Malignant Melanoma Skin
Multiple MyelomaMM - 203; Multiple Myeloma203 - Multiple Myeloma
NasopharynxNASO - 147.9; Nasopharynx147.9 - Malignant Neoplasm Nasopharynx, NOS
NeurofibromaNF - 237.7; Neurofibroma237.7 - Neurofibromatosis
NOSCA - 199.1; NOS199.1 - Malignant Neoplasm, NOS
OtherOtherDifferent than the one(s) previously specified or mentioned.
Ovary-EpithelialOV-EP - 183; Ovary-Epithelial183 - Malignant Neoplasm Uterine Adnexa
Ovary-Germ CellOV-GC - 183; Ovary-Germ Cell183 - Malignant Neoplasm Uterine Adnexa
Ovary-NOSOV - 183; Ovary-NOS183 - Malignant Neoplasm Uterine Adnexa
Ovary-StromalOV-STR - 183; Ovary-Stromal183 - Malignant Neoplasm Uterine Adnexa
PancreasPANC - 157.9; Pancreas157.9 - Malignant Neoplasm Pancreas, NOS
ParathyroidPTH - 194.1; Parathyroid194.1 - Malignant Neoplasm of Parathyroid Gland
PheochromocytomaPHEO - 194.0; Pheochromocytoma194.0 - Malignant Neoplasm of Adrenal Gland
PleuraPLEURA NOS - 163.9; Pleura, unspecified163.9 - Malignant Neoplasm of Pleura, unspecified
ProstatePR - 185.0; Prostate185.0 - Malignant Neoplasm Prostate
RectumRECT - 154.1; Rectum154.1 - Malignant Neoplasm Rectum
RetinoblastomaRB - 190.5; Retinoblastoma190.5 - Malignant Neoplasm Retina
SarcomaSARC - 200.0; Sarcoma200.0 - Sarcoma, NOS
Sarcoma-EwingsEW - 200.0; Sarcoma-Ewings200.0 - Sarcoma, Ewings
Sarcoma-OsteoOSTEO - 200.0; Sarcoma-Osteo200.0 - Sarcoma, Osteo
Skin-Basal Cell CarcinomaBCC - 173.0; Skin-Basal Cell Carcinoma173.0 - Other Malignant Neoplasm, Skin
Skin-NOSNMSK - 173.0; Skin-NOS173.0 - Other Malignant Neoplasm, Skin
Skin-Squamous cell carcinomaSCC - 173.0; Skin-Squamous Cell Carcinoma173.0 - Other Malignant Neoplasm, Skin
Soft TissueSFT-NOS - 171.9; Soft Tissue171.9 - Malignant Neoplasm Soft Tissue, NOS
TestisTES - 186.9; Testis186.9 - Malignant Neoplasm Testis, NEC
Thyroid-FollicularTHY-FOL - 193.0; Thyroid-Follicular193.0 - Malignant Neoplasm Thyroid
Thyroid-MedullaryTHY-MTC - 193.0; Thyroid-Medullary193.0 - Malignant Neoplasm Thyroid
Thyroid-NOSTHY - 193.0; Thyroid-NOSMalignant Neoplasm Thyroid
Thyroid-PapillaryTHY-PAP - 193.0; Thyroid-Papillary193.0 - Malignant Neoplasm Thyroid
UterineUT - 182.0; Uterine182.0 - Malignant Neoplasm Uterus Body
Uterine SarcomaUT-SARC - 200.0; Uterine Sarcoma200.0 - Sarcoma, NOS
Uterine-PapillaryUT-PAP - 182.0; Uterine-Papillary182.0 - Malignant Neoplasm Uterus Body
Uterine-Papillary/SerousUT-PS - 182.0; Uterine-Papillary/Serous182.0 - Malignant Neoplasm Uterus Body
Uterine-SerousUT-SER - 182.0; Uterine-Serous182.0 - Malignant Neoplasm Uterus Body
Waldenstrom's MacroglobulinemiaWM - 273.3; Waldenstrom's Macroglobulinemia273.3 - Waldenstrom's Macroglobulinemia
Wilms TumorWILM - 189.0; Wilms Tumor189.0 - Malignant Neoplasm Urinary NEC, NOS
Cancer SiteCancer Location ICD-0-3 Code38306731.0CHARACTER
C00C00 - LIP (excludes skin of lip C44.0)LIP (excludes skin of lip C44.0)
C00-C14C00-C14 - LIP, ORAL CAVITY AND PHARYNXLIP, ORAL CAVITY AND PHARYNX
C00.0C00.0 - External upper lipExternal upper lip
C00.1C00.1 - External lower lipExternal lower lip
C00.2C00.2 - External lip, NOSExternal lip, NOS
C00.3C00.3 - Mucosa of upper lipMucosa of upper lip
C00.4C00.4 - Mucosa of lower lipMucosa of lower lip
C00.5C00.5 - Mucosa of lip, NOSMucosa of lip, NOS
C00.6C00.6 - Commissure of lipCommissure of lip
C00.8C00.8 - Overlapping lesion of lipOverlapping lesion of lip
C00.9C00.9 - Lip, NOS (excludes skin of lip C44.0)Lip, NOS (excludes skin of lip C44.0)
C01C01 - BASE OF TONGUEBASE OF TONGUE
C01.9C01.9 - Base of tongue, NOSBase of tongue, NOS
C02C02 - OTHER AND UNSPECIFIED PARTS OF TONGUEOTHER AND UNSPECIFIED PARTS OF TONGUE
C02.0C02.0 - Dorsal surface of tongue, NOSDorsal surface of tongue, NOS
C02.1C02.1 - Border of tongueBorder of tongue
C02.2C02.2 - Ventral surface of tongue, NOSVentral surface of tongue, NOS
C02.3C02.3 - Anterior 2/3 of tongue, NOSAnterior 2/3 of tongue, NOS
C02.4C02.4 - Lingual tonsilLingual tonsil
C02.8C02.8 - Overlapping lesion of tongueOverlapping lesion of tongue
C02.9C02.9 - Tongue, NOSTongue, NOS
C03C03 - GUMGUM
C03.0C03.0 - Upper gumUpper gum
C03.1C03.1 - Lower gumLower gum
C03.9C03.9 - Gum, NOSGum, NOS
C04C04 - FLOOR OF MOUTHFLOOR OF MOUTH
C04.0C04.0 - Anterior floor of mouthAnterior floor of mouth
C04.1C04.1 - Lateral floor of mouthLateral floor of mouth
C04.8C04.8 - Overlapping lesion of floor of mouthOverlapping lesion of floor of mouth
C04.9C04.9 - Floor of mouth, NOSFloor of mouth, NOS
C05C05 - PALATEPALATE
C05.0C05.0 - Hard palateHard palate
C05.1C05.1 - Soft palate, NOS (excludes nasopharyngeal surface of soft palate C11.3)Soft palate, NOS (excludes nasopharyngeal surface of soft palate C11.3)
C05.2C05.2 - UvulaUvula
C05.8C05.8 - Overlapping lesion of palate (see note page 45)Overlapping lesion of palate (see note page 45)
C05.9C05.9 - Palate, NOSPalate, NOS
C06C06 - OTHER AND UNSPECIFIED PARTS OF MOUTHOTHER AND UNSPECIFIED PARTS OF MOUTH
C06.0C06.0 - Cheek mucosaCheek mucosa
C06.1C06.1 - Vestibule of mouthVestibule of mouth
C06.2C06.2 - Retromolar areaRetromolar area
C06.8C06.8 - Overlapping lesion of other and unspecified parts of mouthOverlapping lesion of other and unspecified parts of mouth
C06.9C06.9 - Mouth, NOSMouth, NOS
C07C07 - PAROTID GLANDPAROTID GLAND
C07.9C07.9 - Parotid glandParotid gland
C08C08 - OTHER AND UNSPECIFIED MAJOR SALIVARY GLANDSOTHER AND UNSPECIFIED MAJOR SALIVARY GLANDS
C08.0C08.0 - Submandibular glandSubmandibular gland
C08.1C08.1 - Sublingual glandSublingual gland
C08.8C08.8 - Overlapping lesion of major salivary glandsOverlapping lesion of major salivary glands
C08.9C08.9 - Major salivary gland, NOSMajor salivary gland, NOS
C09C09 - TONSILTONSIL
C09.0C09.0 - Tonsillar fossaTonsillar fossa
C09.1C09.1 - Tonsillar pillarTonsillar pillar
C09.8C09.8 - Overlapping lesion of tonsilOverlapping lesion of tonsil
C09.9C09.9 - Tonsil, NOS (excludes lingual tonsil C02.4 and pharyngeal tonsil C11.1)Tonsil, NOS (excludes lingual tonsil C02.4 and pharyngeal tonsil C11.1)
C10C10 - OROPHARYNXOROPHARYNX
C10.0C10.0 - ValleculaVallecula
C10.1C10.1 - Anterior surface of epiglottisAnterior surface of epiglottis
C10.2C10.2 - Lateral wall of oropharynxLateral wall of oropharynx
C10.3C10.3 - Posterior wall of oropharynxPosterior wall of oropharynx
C10.4C10.4 - Branchial cleft (site of neoplasm)Branchial cleft (site of neoplasm)
C10.8C10.8 - Overlapping lesion of oropharynxOverlapping lesion of oropharynx
C10.9C10.9 - Oropharynx, NOSOropharynx, NOS
C11C11 - NASOPHARYNXNASOPHARYNX
C11.0C11.0 - Superior wall of nasopharynxSuperior wall of nasopharynx
C11.1C11.1 - Posterior wall of nasopharynxPosterior wall of nasopharynx
C11.2C11.2 - Lateral wall of nasopharynxLateral wall of nasopharynx
C11.3C11.3 - Anterior wall of nasopharynxAnterior wall of nasopharynx
C11.8C11.8 - Overlapping lesion of nasopharynxOverlapping lesion of nasopharynx
C11.9C11.9 - Nasopharynx, NOSNasopharynx, NOS
C12C12 - PYRIFORM SINUSPYRIFORM SINUS
C12.9C12.9 - Pyriform sinusPyriform sinus
C13C13 - HYPOPHARYNXHYPOPHARYNX
C13.0C13.0 - Postcricoid regionPostcricoid region
C13.1C13.1 - Hypopharyngeal aspect of aryepiglottic foldHypopharyngeal aspect of aryepiglottic fold
C13.2C13.2 - Posterior wall of hypopharynxPosterior wall of hypopharynx
C13.8C13.8 - Overlapping lesion of hypopharynxOverlapping lesion of hypopharynx
C13.9C13.9 - Hypopharynx, NOSHypopharynx, NOS
C14C14 - OTHER AND ILL-DEFINED SITES IN LIP, ORAL CAVITY AND PHARYNXOTHER AND ILL
C14.0C14.0 - Pharynx, NOSPharynx, NOS
C14.2C14.2 - Waldeyer ringWaldeyer ring
C14.8C14.8 - Overlapping lesion of lip, oral cavity and pharynxOverlapping lesion of lip, oral cavity and pharynx
C15C15 - ESOPHAGUSESOPHAGUS
C15-C26C15-C26 - DIGESTIVE ORGANSC26
C15.0C15.0 - Cervical esophagusCervical esophagus
C15.1C15.1 - Thoracic esophagusThoracic esophagus
C15.2C15.2 - Abdominal esophagusAbdominal esophagus
C15.3C15.3 - Upper third of esophagusUpper third of esophagus
C15.4C15.4 - Middle third of esophagusMiddle third of esophagus
C15.5C15.5 - Lower third of esophagusLower third of esophagus
C15.8C15.8 - Overlapping lesion of esophagusOverlapping lesion of esophagus
C15.9C15.9 - Esophagus, NOSEsophagus, NOS
C16C16 - STOMACHSTOMACH
C16.0C16.0 - Cardia, NOS Gastric cardiaCardia, NOS Gastric cardia
C16.1C16.1 - Fundus of stomachFundus of stomach
C16.2C16.2 - Body of stomachBody of stomach
C16.3C16.3 - Gastric antrumGastric antrum
C16.4C16.4 - PylorusPylorus
C16.5C16.5 - Lesser curvature of stomach, NOS (not classifiable to C16.1 to C16.4)Lesser curvature of stomach, NOS (not classifiable to C16.1 to C16.4)
C16.6C16.6 - Greater curvature of stomach, NOS (not classifiable to C16.0 to C16.4)Greater curvature of stomach, NOS (not classifiable to C16.0 to C16.4)
C16.8C16.8 - Overlapping lesion of stomachOverlapping lesion of stomach
C16.9C16.9 - Stomach, NOSStomach, NOS
C17C17 - SMALL INTESTINESMALL INTESTINE
C17.0C17.0 - DuodenumDuodenum
C17.1C17.1 - JejunumJejunum
C17.2C17.2 - Ileum (excludes ileocecal valve C18.0)Ileum (excludes ileocecal valve C18.0)
C17.3C17.3 - Meckel diverticulum (site of neoplasm)Meckel diverticulum (site of neoplasm)
C17.8C17.8 - Overlapping lesion of small intestineOverlapping lesion of small intestine
C17.9C17.9 - Small intestine, NOSSmall intestine, NOS
C18C18 - COLONCOLON
C18.0C18.0 - CecumCecum
C18.1C18.1 - AppendixAppendix
C18.2C18.2 - Ascending colonAscending colon
C18.3C18.3 - Hepatic flexure of colonHepatic flexure of colon
C18.4C18.4 - Transverse colonTransverse colon
C18.5C18.5 - Splenic flexure of colonSplenic flexure of colon
C18.6C18.6 - Descending colonDescending colon
C18.7C18.7 - Sigmoid colonSigmoid colon
C18.8C18.8 - Overlapping lesion of colon (see note page 45)Overlapping lesion of colon (see note page 45)
C18.9C18.9 - Colon, NOSColon, NOS
C19C19 - RECTOSIGMOID JUNCTIONRECTOSIGMOID JUNCTION
C19.9C19.9 - Rectosigmoid junctionRectosigmoid junction
C20C20 - RECTUMRECTUM
C20.9C20.9 - Rectum, NOSRectum, NOS
C21C21 - ANUS AND ANAL CANALANUS AND ANAL CANAL
C21.0C21.0 - Anus, NOS (excludes skin of anus and perianal skin C44.5)Anus, NOS (excludes skin of anus and perianal skin C44.5)
C21.1C21.1 - Anal canalAnal canal
C21.2C21.2 - Cloacogenic zoneCloacogenic zone
C21.8C21.8 - Overlapping lesion of rectum, anus and anal canalOverlapping lesion of rectum, anus and anal canal
C22C22 - LIVER AND INTRAHEPATIC BILE DUCTSLIVER AND INTRAHEPATIC BILE DUCTS
C22.0C22.0 - LiverLiver
C22.1C22.1 - Intrahepatic bile ductIntrahepatic bile duct
C23C23 - GALLBLADDERGALLBLADDER
C23.9C23.9 - GallbladderGallbladder
C24C24 - OTHER AND UNSPECIFIED PARTS OF BILIARY TRACTOTHER AND UNSPECIFIED PARTS OF BILIARY TRACT
C24.0C24.0 - Extrahepatic bile ductExtrahepatic bile duct
C24.1C24.1 - Ampulla of VaterAmpulla of Vater
C24.8C24.8 - Overlapping lesion of biliary tractOverlapping lesion of biliary tract
C24.9C24.9 - Biliary tract, NOSBiliary tract, NOS
C25C25 - PANCREASPANCREAS
C25.0C25.0 - Head of pancreasHead of pancreas
C25.1C25.1 - Body of pancreasBody of pancreas
C25.2C25.2 - Tail of pancreasTail of pancreas
C25.3C25.3 - Pancreatic ductPancreatic duct
C25.4C25.4 - Islets of LangerhansIslets of Langerhans
C25.7C25.7 - Other specified parts of pancreasOther specified parts of pancreas
C25.8C25.8 - Overlapping lesion of pancreasOverlapping lesion of pancreas
C25.9C25.9 - Pancreas, NOSPancreas, NOS
C26C26 - OTHER AND ILL-DEFINED DIGESTIVE ORGANSOTHER AND ILL
C26.0C26.0 - Intestinal tract, NOSIntestinal tract, NOS
C26.8C26.8 - Overlapping lesion of digestive systemOverlapping lesion of digestive system
C26.9C26.9 - Gastrointestinal tract, NOSGastrointestinal tract, NOS
C30C30 - NASAL CAVITY AND MIDDLE EARNASAL CAVITY AND MIDDLE EAR
C30-C39C30-C39 RESPIRATORY SYSTEM AND INTRATHORACIC ORGANSRESPIRATORY SYSTEM AND INTRATHORACIC ORGANS
C30.0C30.0 - Nasal cavity (excludes nose, NOS C76.0)Nasal cavity (excludes nose, NOS C76.0)
C30.1C30.1 - Middle earMiddle ear
C31C31 - ACCESSORY SINUSESACCESSORY SINUSES
C31.0C31.0 - Maxillary sinusMaxillary sinus
C31.1C31.1 - Ethmoid sinusEthmoid sinus
C31.2C31.2 - Frontal sinusFrontal sinus
C31.3C31.3 - Sphenoid sinusSphenoid sinus
C31.8C31.8 - Overlapping lesion of accessory sinusesOverlapping lesion of accessory sinuses
C31.9C31.9 - Accessory sinus, NOSAccessory sinus, NOS
C32C32 - LARYNXLARYNX
C32.0C32.0 - GlottisGlottis
C32.1C32.1 - SupraglottisSupraglottis
C32.2C32.2 - SubglottisSubglottis
C32.3C32.3 - Laryngeal cartilageLaryngeal cartilage
C32.8C32.8 - Overlapping lesion of larynxOverlapping lesion of larynx
C32.9C32.9 - Larynx, NOSLarynx, NOS
C33C33 - TRACHEATRACHEA
C33.9C33.9 - TracheaTrachea
C34C34 - BRONCHUS AND LUNGBRONCHUS AND LUNG
C34.0C34.0 - Main bronchusMain bronchus
C34.1C34.1 - Upper lobe, lungUpper lobe, lung
C34.2C34.2 - Middle lobe, lungMiddle lobe, lung
C34.3C34.3 - Lower lobe, lungLower lobe, lung
C34.8C34.8 - Overlapping lesion of lungOverlapping lesion of lung
C34.9C34.9 - Lung, NOSLung, NOS
C37C37 - THYMUSTHYMUS
C37.9C37.9 - ThymusThymus
C38C38 - HEART, MEDIASTINUM, AND PLEURAHEART, MEDIASTINUM, AND PLEURA
C38.0C38.0 - HeartHeart
C38.1C38.1 - Anterior mediastinumAnterior mediastinum
C38.2C38.2 - Posterior mediastinumPosterior mediastinum
C38.3C38.3 - Mediastinum, NOSMediastinum, NOS
C38.4C38.4 - Pleura, NOSPleura, NOS
C38.8C38.8 - Overlapping lesion of heart, mediastinum, and pleuraOverlapping lesion of heart, mediastinum, and pleura
C39C39 - OTHER AND ILL-DEFINED SITES WITHIN RESPIRATORY SYSTEM AD INTRATHORACIC ORGANSOTHER AND ILL
C39.0C39.0 - Upper respiratory tract, NOSUpper respiratory tract, NOS
C39.8C39.8 - Overlapping lesion of respiratory system and intrathoracic organsOverlapping lesion of respiratory system and intrathoracic organs
C39.9C39.9 - Ill-defined sites within respiratory systemDefined sites within respiratory system
C40C40 - BONES, JOINTS AND ARTICULAR CARTILAGE OF LIMBSBONES, JOINTS AND ARTICULAR CARTILAGE OF LIMBS
C40-C41C40-C41 - BONES, JOINTS AND ARTICULAR CARTILAGEBONES, JOINTS AND ARTICULAR CARTILAGE
C40.0C40.0 - Long bones of upper limb, scapula and associated jointsLong bones of upper limb, scapula and associated joints
C40.1C40.1 - Short bones of upper limb and associated jointsShort bones of upper limb and associated joints
C40.2C40.2 - Long bones of lower limb and associated jointsLong bones of lower limb and associated joints
C40.3C40.3 - Short bones of lower limb and associated jointsShort bones of lower limb and associated joints
C40.8C40.8 - Overlapping lesion of bones, joints and articular cartilage of limbsOverlapping lesion of bones, joints and articular cartilage of limbs
C40.9C40.9 - Bone of limb, NOSBone of limb, NOS
C41C41 - BONES, JOINTS AND ARTICULAR CARTILAGE OF OTHER AND UNSPECIFIED SITESBONES, JOINTS AND ARTICULAR CARTILAGE OF OTHER AND UNSPECIFIED SITES
C41.0C41.0 - Bones of skull and face and associated joints (excludes mandible C41.1)Bones of skull and face and associated joints (excludes mandible C41.1)
C41.1C41.1 - MandibleMandible
C41.2C41.2 - Vertebral column (excludes sacrum and coccyx C41.4)Vertebral column (excludes sacrum and coccyx C41.4)
C41.3C41.3 - Rib, sternum, clavicle and associated jointsRib, sternum, clavicle and associated joints
C41.4C41.4 - Pelvic bones, sacrum, coccyx and associated jointsPelvic bones, sacrum, coccyx and associated joints
C41.8C41.8 - Overlapping lesion of bones, joints and articular cartilageOverlapping lesion of bones, joints and articular cartilage
C41.9C41.9 - Bone, NOSBone, NOS
C42C42 - HEMATOPOIETIC AND RETICULOENDOTHELIAL SYSTEMSHEMATOPOIETIC AND RETICULOENDOTHELIAL SYSTEMS
C42.0C42.0 - BloodBlood
C42.1C42.1 - Bone marrowBone marrow
C42.2C42.2 - SpleenSpleen
C42.3C42.3 - Reticuloendothelial system, NOSReticuloendothelial system, NOS
C42.4C42.4 - Hematopoietic system, NOSHematopoietic system, NOS
C44C44 - SKIN (excludes skin of vulva C51._, skin of penis C60.9, skin of scrotum C63.2)SKIN (excludes skin of vulva C51._, skin of penis C60.9, skin of scrotum C63.2)
C44.0C44.0 - Skin of lip, NOSSkin of lip, NOS
C44.1C44.1 - EyelidEyelid
C44.2C44.2 - External earExternal ear
C44.3C44.3 - Skin of other and unspecified parts of faceSkin of other and unspecified parts of face
C44.4C44.4 - Skin of scalp and neckSkin of scalp and neck
C44.5C44.5 - Skin of trunkSkin of trunk
C44.6C44.6 - Skin of upper limb and shoulderSkin of upper limb and shoulder
C44.7C44.7 - Skin of lower limb and hipSkin of lower limb and hip
C44.8C44.8 - Overlapping lesion of skinOverlapping lesion of skin
C44.9C44.9 - Skin, NOS (excludes skin of labia majora C51.0, skin of vulva C51.9, skin of penis C60.9 and skin of scrotum C63.2)Skin, NOS (excludes skin of labia majora C51.0, skin of vulva C51.9, skin of penis C60.9 and skin of scrotum C63.2)
C47C47 - PERIPHERAL NERVES AND AUTONOMIC NERVOUS SYSTEM (includes autonomic nervous system, ganglia, nerve, parasympathetic nervous system, peripheral nerve, spinal nerve, sympathetic nervous system)PERIPHERAL NERVES AND AUTONOMIC NERVOUS SYSTEM (includes autonomic nervous system, ganglia, nerve, parasympathetic nervous system, peripheral nerve, spinal nerve, sympathetic nervous system)
C47.0C47.0 - Peripheral nerves and autonomic nervous system of head, face, and neck (excludes peripheral nerves and autonomic nervous system of orbit C69.6)Peripheral nerves and autonomic nervous system of head, face, and neck (excludes peripheral nerves and autonomic nervous system of orbit C69.6)
C47.1C47.1 - Peripheral nerves and autonomic nervous system of upper limb and shoulderPeripheral nerves and autonomic nervous system of upper limb and shoulder
C47.2C47.2 - Peripheral nerves and autonomic nervous system of lower limb and hipPeripheral nerves and autonomic nervous system of lower limb and hip
C47.3C47.3 - Peripheral nerves and autonomic nervous system of thoraxPeripheral nerves and autonomic nervous system of thorax
C47.4C47.4 - Peripheral nerves and autonomic nervous system of abdomenPeripheral nerves and autonomic nervous system of abdomen
C47.5C47.5 - Peripheral nerves and autonomic nervous system of pelvisPeripheral nerves and autonomic nervous system of pelvis
C47.6C47.6 - Peripheral nerves and autonomic nervous system of trunk, NOSPeripheral nerves and autonomic nervous system of trunk, NOS
C47.8C47.8 - Overlapping lesion of peripheral nerves and autonomic nervous systemOverlapping lesion of peripheral nerves and autonomic nervous system
C47.9C47.9 - Autonomic nervous system, NOSAutonomic nervous system, NOS
C48C48 - RETROPERITONEUM AND PERITONEUMRETROPERITONEUM AND PERITONEUM
C48.0C48.0 - RetroperitoneumRetroperitoneum
C48.1C48.1 - Specified parts of peritoneumSpecified parts of peritoneum
C48.2C48.2 - Peritoneum, NOSPeritoneum, NOS
C48.8C48.8 - Overlapping lesion of retroperitoneum and peritoneumOverlapping lesion of retroperitoneum and peritoneum
C49C49 - CONNECTIVE, SUBCUTANEOUS AND OTHER SOFT TISSUCONNECTIVE, SUBCUTANEOUS AND OTHER SOFT TISSU
C49.0C49.0 - Connective, subcutaneous and other soft tissues of head, face, and neck (excludes connective tissue of orbit C69.6 and nasal cartilage C30.0)Connective, subcutaneous and other soft tissues of head, face, and neck (excludes connective tissue of orbit C69.6 and nasal cartilage C30.0)
C49.1C49.1 - Connective, subcutaneous and other soft tissues of upper limb and shoulderConnective, subcutaneous and other soft tissues of upper limb and shoulder
C49.2C49.2 - Connective, subcutaneous and other soft tissues of lower limb and hipConnective, subcutaneous and other soft tissues of lower limb and hip
C49.3C49.3 - Connective, subcutaneous and other soft tissues of thorax (excludes thymus C37.9, heart and mediastinum C38._)Connective, subcutaneous and other soft tissues of thorax (excludes thymus C37.9, heart and mediastinum C38._)
C49.4C49.4 - Connective, subcutaneous and other soft tissues of abdomenConnective, subcutaneous and other soft tissues of abdomen
C49.5C49.5 - Connective, subcutaneous and other soft tissues of pelvisConnective, subcutaneous and other soft tissues of pelvis
C49.6C49.6 - Connective, subcutaneous and other soft tissues of trunk, NOSConnective, subcutaneous and other soft tissues of trunk, NOS
C49.8C49.8 - Overlapping lesion of connective, subcutaneous and other soft tissuesOverlapping lesion of connective, subcutaneous and other soft tissues
C49.9C49.9 - Connective, subcutaneous and other soft tissues, NOSConnective, subcutaneous and other soft tissues, NOS
C50C50 - BREAST (excludes skin of breast C44.5)BREAST (excludes skin of breast C44.5)
C50.0C50.0 - NippleNipple
C50.1C50.1 - Central portion of breastCentral portion of breast
C50.2C50.2 - Upper-inner quadrant of breastUpper inner quadrant of breast
C50.3C50.3 - Lower-inner quadrant of breastLower inner quadrant of breast
C50.4C50.4 - Upper-outer quadrant of breastUpper outer quadrant of breast
C50.5C50.5 - Lower-outer quadrant of breastLower outer quadrant of breast
C50.6C50.6 - Axillary tail of breastAxillary tail of breast
C50.8C50.8 - Overlapping lesion of breastOverlapping lesion of breast
C50.9C50.9 - Breast, NOSBreast, NOS
C51C51 - VULVAVULVA
C51-C58C51-C58 - FEMALE GENITAL ORGANSFEMALE GENITAL ORGANS
C51.0C51.0 - Labium majusLabium majus
C51.1C51.1 - Labium minusLabium minus
C51.2C51.2 - ClitorisClitoris
C51.8C51.8 - Overlapping lesion of vulvaOverlapping lesion of vulva
C51.9C51.9 - Vulva, NOSVulva, NOS
C52C52 - VAGINAVAGINA
C52.9C52.9 - Vagina, NOSVagina, NOS
C53C53 - CERVIX UTERICERVIX UTERI
C53.0C53.0 - EndocervixEndocervix
C53.1C53.1 - ExocervixExocervix
C53.8C53.8 - Overlapping lesion of cervix uteriOverlapping lesion of cervix uteri
C53.9C53.9 - Cervix uteriCervix uteri
C54C54 - CORPUS UTERICORPUS UTERI
C54.0C54.0 - Isthmus uteriIsthmus uteri
C54.1C54.1 - EndometriumEndometrium
C54.2C54.2 - MyometriumMyometrium
C54.3C54.3 - Fundus uteriFundus uteri
C54.8C54.8 - Overlapping lesion of corpus uteriOverlapping lesion of corpus uteri
C54.9C54.9 - Corpus uteriCorpus uteri
C55C55 - UTERUS, NOSUTERUS, NOS
C55.9C55.9 - Uterus, NOSUterus, NOS
C56C56 - OVARYOVARY
C56.9C56.9 - OvaryOvary
C57C57 - OTHER AND UNSPECIFIED FEMALE GENITAL ORGANSOTHER AND UNSPECIFIED FEMALE GENITAL ORGANS
C57.0C57.0 - Fallopian tubeFallopian tube
C57.1C57.1 - Broad ligamentBroad ligament
C57.2C57.2 - Round ligamentRound ligament
C57.3C57.3 - ParametriumParametrium
C57.4C57.4 - Uterine adnexaUterine adnexa
C57.7C57.7 - Other specified parts of female genital organsOther specified parts of female genital organs
C57.8C57.8 - Overlapping lesion of female genital organsOverlapping lesion of female genital organs
C57.9C57.9 - Female genital tract, NOSFemale genital tract, NOS
C58C58 - PLACENTAPLACENTA
C58.9C58.9 - PlacentaPlacenta
C60C60 - PENISPENIS
C60-C63C60-C63 - MALE GENITAL ORGANSMALE GENITAL ORGANS
C60.0C60.0 - PrepucePrepuce
C60.1C60.1 - Glans penisGlans penis
C60.2C60.2 - Body of penisBody of penis
C60.8C60.8 - Overlapping lesion of penisOverlapping lesion of penis
C60.9C60.9 - Penis, NOSPenis, NOS
C61C61 - PROSTATE GLANDPROSTATE GLAND
C61.9C61.9 - Prostate glandProstate gland
C62C62 - TESTISTESTIS
C62.0C62.0 - Undescended testis (site of neoplasm)Undescended testis (site of neoplasm)
C62.1C62.1 - Descended testisDescended testis
C62.9C62.9 - Testis, NOSTestis, NOS
C63C63 - OTHER AND UNSPECIFIED MALE GENITAL ORGANSOTHER AND UNSPECIFIED MALE GENITAL ORGANS
C63.0C63.0 - EpididymisEpididymis
C63.1C63.1 - Spermatic cordSpermatic cord
C63.2C63.2 - Scrotum, NOSScrotum, NOS
C63.7C63.7 - Other specified parts of male genital organsOther specified parts of male genital organs
C63.8C63.8 - Overlapping lesion of male genital organsOverlapping lesion of male genital organs
C63.9C63.9 - Male genital organs, NOSMale genital organs, NOS
C64C64 - KIDNEYKIDNEY
C64-C68C64-C68 - URINARY TRACTURINARY TRACT
C64.9C64.9 - Kidney, NOSKidney, NOS
C65C65 - RENAL PELVISRENAL PELVIS
C65.9C65.9 - Renal pelvisRenal pelvis
C66C66 - URETERURETER
C66.9C66.9 - UreterUreter
C67C67 - BLADDERBLADDER
C67.0C67.0 - Trigone of bladderTrigone of bladder
C67.1C67.1 - Dome of bladderDome of bladder
C67.2C67.2 - Lateral wall of bladderLateral wall of bladder
C67.3C67.3 - Anterior wall of bladderAnterior wall of bladder
C67.4C67.4 - Posterior wall of bladderPosterior wall of bladder
C67.5C67.5 - Bladder neckBladder neck
C67.6C67.6 - Ureteric orificeUreteric orifice
C67.7C67.7 - UrachusUrachus
C67.8C67.8 - Overlapping lesion of bladderOverlapping lesion of bladder
C67.9C67.9 - Bladder, NOSBladder, NOS
C68C68 - OTHER AND UNSPECIFIED URINARY ORGANSOTHER AND UNSPECIFIED URINARY ORGANS
C68.0C68.0 - UrethraUrethra
C68.1C68.1 - Paraurethral glandParaurethral gland
C68.8C68.8 - Overlapping lesion of urinary organsOverlapping lesion of urinary organs
C68.9C68.9 - Urinary system, NOSUrinary system, NOS
C69C69 - EYE AND ADNEXAEYE AND ADNEXA
C69-C72C69-C72 - EYE, BRAIN AND OTHER PARTS OF CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEMEYE, BRAIN AND OTHER PARTS OF CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM
C69.0C69.0 - ConjunctivaConjunctiva
C69.1C69.1 - Cornea, NOSCornea, NOS
C69.2C69.2 - RetinaRetina
C69.3C69.3 - ChoroidChoroid
C69.4C69.4 - Ciliary bodyCiliary body
C69.5C69.5 - Lacrimal glandLacrimal gland
C69.6C69.6 - Orbit, NOSOrbit, NOS
C69.8C69.8 - Overlapping lesion of eye and adnexa (see note page 45)Overlapping lesion of eye and adnexa (see note page 45)
C69.9C69.9 - Eye, NOSEye, NOS
C70C70 - MENINGESMENINGES
C70.0C70.0 - Cerebral meningesCerebral meninges
C70.1C70.1 - Spinal meningesSpinal meninges
C70.9C70.9 - Meninges, NOSMeninges, NOS
C71C71 - BRAINBRAIN
C71.0C71.0 - CerebrumCerebrum
C71.1C71.1 - Frontal lobeFrontal lobe
C71.2C71.2 - Temporal lobeTemporal lobe
C71.3C71.3 - Parietal lobeParietal lobe
C71.4C71.4 - Occipital lobeOccipital lobe
C71.5C71.5 - Ventricle, NOSVentricle, NOS
C71.6C71.6 - Cerebellum, NOSCerebellum, NOS
C71.7C71.7 - Brain stemBrain stem
C71.8C71.8 - Overlapping lesion of brainOverlapping lesion of brain
C71.9C71.9 - Brain, NOSBrain, NOS
C72C72 - SPINAL CORD, CRANIAL NERVES,AND OTHER PARTS OF CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM (excludes peripheral nerves, sympathetic and parasympathetic nerves and ganglia C47)SPINAL CORD, CRANIAL NERVES,AND OTHER PARTS OF CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM (excludes peripheral nerves, sympathetic and parasympathetic nerves and ganglia C47)
C72.0C72.0 - Spinal cordSpinal cord
C72.1C72.1 - Cauda equinaCauda equina
C72.2C72.2 - Olfactory nerveOlfactory nerve
C72.3C72.3 - Optic nerveOptic nerve
C72.4C72.4 - Acoustic nerveAcoustic nerve
C72.5C72.5 - Cranial nerve, NOSCranial nerve, NOS
C72.8C72.8 - Overlapping lesion of brain and central nervous systemOverlapping lesion of brain and central nervous system
C72.9C72.9 - Nervous system, NOSNervous system, NOS
C73C73 - THYROID GLANDTHYROID GLAND
C73-C75C73-C75 - THYROID AND OTHER ENDOCRINE GLANDSTHYROID AND OTHER ENDOCRINE GLANDS
C73.9C73.9 - Thyroid glandThyroid gland
C74C74 - ADRENAL GLANDADRENAL GLAND
C74.0C74.0 - Cortex of adrenal glandCortex of adrenal gland
C74.1C74.1 - Medulla of adrenal glandMedulla of adrenal gland
C74.9C74.9 - Adrenal gland, NOSAdrenal gland, NOS
C75C75 - OTHER ENDOCRINE GLANDS AND RELATED STRUCTURESOTHER ENDOCRINE GLANDS AND RELATED STRUCTURES
C75.0C75.0 - Parathyroid glandParathyroid gland
C75.1C75.1 - Pituitary glandPituitary gland
C75.2C75.2 - Craniopharyngeal ductCraniopharyngeal duct
C75.3C75.3 - Pineal glandPineal gland
C75.4C75.4 - Carotid bodyCarotid body
C75.5C75.5 - Aortic body and other paragangliaAortic body and other paraganglia
C75.8C75.8 - Overlapping lesion of endocrine glands and related structuresOverlapping lesion of endocrine glands and related structures
C75.9C75.9 - Endocrine gland, NOSEndocrine gland, NOS
C76C76 - OTHER AND ILL-DEFINED SITESOTHER AND ILL
C76.0C76.0 - Head, face or neck, NOSHead, face or neck, NOS
C76.1C76.1 - Thorax, NOSThorax, NOS
C76.2C76.2 - Abdomen, NOSAbdomen, NOS
C76.3C76.3 - Pelvis, NOSPelvis, NOS
C76.4C76.4 - Upper limb, NOSUpper limb, NOS
C76.5C76.5 - Lower limb, NOSLower limb, NOS
C76.7C76.7 - Other ill-defined sitesOther ill
C76.8C76.8 - Overlapping lesion of ill-defined sitesOverlapping lesion of ill
C77C77 - LYMPH NODESLYMPH NODES
C77.0C77.0 - Lymph nodes of head, face and neckLymph nodes of head, face and neck
C77.1C77.1 - Intrathoracic lymph nodesIntrathoracic lymph nodes
C77.2C77.2 - Intra-abdominal lymph nodesIntra abdominal lymph nodes
C77.3C77.3 - Lymph nodes of axilla or armLymph nodes of axilla or arm
C77.4C77.4 - Lymph nodes of inguinal region or legLymph nodes of inguinal region or leg
C77.5C77.5 - Pelvic lymph nodesPelvic lymph nodes
C77.8C77.8 - Lymph nodes of multiple regionsLymph nodes of multiple regions
C77.9C77.9 - Lymph node, NOSLymph node, NOS
C80C80 - UNKNOWN PRIMARY SITEUNKNOWN PRIMARY SITE
C80.9C80.9 - Unknown primary siteUnknown primary site
Date of Disease Status EvaluationDisease Status Evaluation Current Report Period Date28572411.0DATEDD/MON/YYYY
Progression/Recurrence DateRecurrent Disease Progression Status Date38544161.0DATEMM/DD/YYYY
Date of Diagnosis of Second Primary CancerSecond Primary Neoplasm Diagnosis Date20037484.0DATEMM/DD/YYYY
If evaluation was not done specify reasonEvaluation Not Done Reason Specify26086001.0CHARACTER
What was the method used to determine progression, recurrence or new primary cancer?Malignant Neoplasm Disease Progression Recurrence Or New Primary Method Assessment Type38307381.0CHARACTER
AutopsyAutopsyAutopsy; an examination and dissection of a dead body to determine cause of death or the changes produced by disease.
Both Clinical and Laboratory FindingsBoth Clinical And Laboratory FindingOne and the other; relating to or being two in conjunction.: Relating to the examination and treatment of patients dependent on direct observation. The term may also refer to the institution (clinic) providing this activity.: An article which expresses the relation of connection or addition. It is used to conjoin a word with a word, a clause with a clause, or a sentence with a sentence.: A facility equipped and competent to conduct scientific experiments, observations, tests, investigations, and/or to manufacture chemicals or medical products. : Clinical, laboratory or molecular evidence, or absence of evidence of disease.
Both Radiological and Clinical/NeurologicalBoth Radiology Clinical NeurologicOne and the other; relating to or being two in conjunction.: The use of radiation (such as x-rays) or other imaging technologies (such as ultrasound and magnetic resonance imaging) to diagnose or treat disease.: Relating to the examination and treatment of patients dependent on direct observation. The term may also refer to the institution (clinic) providing this activity.: (noor-uh-LOJ-ik) Having to do with nerves or the nervous system.
ClinicalClinicalHaving to do with the examination and treatment of patients.
Clinical/Neurological ProgressionClinical Neurologic Disease ProgressionRelating to the examination and treatment of patients dependent on direct observation. The term may also refer to the institution (clinic) providing this activity.: (noor-uh-LOJ-ik) Having to do with nerves or the nervous system.: Cancer that continues to grow or spread.
HistologicHistologicOf or relating to histology.
Laboratory FindingsLaboratory Test ResultThe outcome of a laboratory test.
Nuclear ScanNuclear ScanPertaining to the nucleus.: The data or image obtained by gathering information with a sensing device.
OtherOtherDifferent than the one(s) previously specified or mentioned.
PathologicPathologicCaused by or altered by or manifesting disease or pathology.
Physical ExamPhysical ExaminationA physical examination is a systemic evaluation of the body and its functions using visual inspection, palpation, percussion, and auscultation, aimed to determine the presence or absence of physical signs of disease or abnormality for individual's health assessment.
RadiographicRadiographAn image produced on a radiosensitive surface by x-ray radiation that has penetrated and passed through a structure.
Tumor Marker(s)Tumor MarkerA substance sometimes found in an increased amount in the blood, other body fluids, or tissues and which may mean that a certain type of cancer is in the body. Examples of tumor markers include CA 125 (ovarian cancer), CA 15-3 (breast cancer), CEA (ovarian, lung, breast, pancreas, and gastrointestinal tract cancers), and PSA (prostate cancer). Also called biomarker.