ICD-10 is a large collection from a to Z, and icd-o only focuses on tumors.
When icd-o began to popularize, ICD-10 has caught people's heart.
For orthodox people, it is easy to make empirical mistakes when they first contact the former.
Prejudice leads people to misunderstand the composition of icd-o anatomical site code.
Tumor code the second part of the Chinese program code: always start with C, followed by - icd-o-3 anatomical code (including decimal point, a total of 5 characters).
The coding of icd-o-3 starts here. This code is an extension of ICD-10, but the C code here is the anatomical site code. The C code of ICD-10 includes anatomical site code (for example, c34.9 does not specifically identify the lung) and disease name code (for example, c85.9 malignant lymphoma). So ICD
Colleagues who write their own code complain about how difficult lymphoma and leukemia are, but finding flowers on the difficulty list may be liver cancer.
C22 is almost a name code on ICD-10. For example:
C22.0 hepatocellular carcinoma
C22.3 hepatic angiosarcoma and hepatic macrophage (kuff) cell sarcoma
However, icd-o-3 does not have c22.2-c22.9. Because there are only anatomical site codes.
The author boldly predicts that the new ICD-11 code is likely to accept the advantages of this preparation and modify it in the future.
Looking carefully at the code manual, we can see the similarities and differences between ICD-10 code and icd-o-3 anatomical site code.More recommended