EOD Primary Tumor

This input is used for staging


**Note:** Connective tissues large enough to be given a specific name are considered adjacent structures. For example, prevertebral fascia and jugular vein have names. Continuous tumor growth from one organ into an adjacent named structure is coded to regional.




Code Description SS2018 T
000 In situ, intraepithelial, noninvasive IS
100 Confined to tissue or organ of origin Localized, NOS L
200 More than one region of pharynx involved - Hypopharynx - Nasopharynx - Oropharynx Pharynx and oral cavity involved Extension to adjacent structure(s) Fixation RE
700 Further contiguous extension: D
800 No evidence of primary tumor U
999 Unknown; extension cannot be assessed Primary tumor cannot be assessed Not documented in patient record Death Certificate Only U
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