stage I or stage 1 rectocele. TIA nm
Posted By: tiff on 2008-01-31
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stage 2 fibrosis (from hep C) or stage II?
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I can not find a reference to roman or arabic. Thanks for the help!
Do you capitalize Stage IV or is it stage IV. not sure.
Subject: Do you capitalize Stage IV or is it stage IV. not sure.
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It's stage I, II etc. nm
Subject: It's stage I, II etc. nm
Subject: stage III
if unless specified by the client use Roman ie III with 'stage' and Arabic with 'grade'
he says Stage T2 B sm
Subject: he says Stage T2 B sm
in BOS it says Stage is in Roman Numerals and the T would have Arabic number after, so I can't fig out how to write this. ty for your help.
Subject: Stage IIb
Subject: Stage T2b
just like you have it, I would put Stage T2-B
Subject: just like you have it, I would put Stage T2-B
Probably end-stage (sm)
Subject: Probably end-stage (sm)
End-stage: The last phase in the course of a progressive disease.
I type this as stage III-B
Are you sure it is not stage Ib
Subject: Are you sure it is not stage Ib
Stage IVe, I believe.
Subject: Stage IVe, I believe.
wow --- end stage (nm)
Subject: wow --- end stage (nm)
Subject: Stage T1C/T2ANXMX
Does anyone how to type the various stages correctly. What letters are to be upper case and lower case. Any book suggestions? or on line? I always cap everything because I cannot find it anywhere.
stage IIA T2 N0 M0 (zeros) SM
Subject: stage IIA T2 N0 M0 (zeros) SM
Stages are Roman numerals, TNM staging is Arabic, grades are Arabic. There are no commas used in the TNM staging per the BOS.
Also, I would transcribe February 2005 for the date, for whatever it's wroth.
Stage I or 1, genotype 1b for example....sm
Subject: Stage I or 1, genotype 1b for example....sm
USUALLY stages are done with Roman numerals, esp regarding cancer staging. However, with Hep C, I have seen formal reports with both arabic and/or Roman numerals....
Stage II or 2, genotype 1b for example............
Fecot stage 4
Subject: Fecot stage 4
Does anyone know how this is typed? Thanks!
Fecot stage 4
Subject: Fecot stage 4
It is for AVN, any help?
s/l NAF stage T2b adenocarcinoma
Subject: s/l NAF stage T2b adenocarcinoma
s/l NAF stage T2b adenocarcinoma of the prostate.
I tried NAF, NEF, NAFF, NAPH...any ideas?
Riser stage 3
Subject: Riser stage 3
There is a Risser stage 0-1 and a Risser grade 2-4 on an orthopedics textbook website online. http://www.wheelessonline.com/ortho/bracing_for_scoliosis
Don't know if that's it. Risser stage is also in my ortho book.
no capital for stage
Subject: no capital for stage
Risser stage 0,
Subject: Risser stage 0,
Tanner stage II. (nm)
Subject: Tanner stage II. (nm)
It could also possibly be Ann stage, (sm)
Subject: It could also possibly be Ann stage, (sm)
as in Ann Arbor stage (type of classification). I think it is probably end-stage, but you might want to investigate that further or leave it blank.
Hyphenate end stage? As in...
Subject: Hyphenate end stage? As in...
End-stage renal or end-stage liver or would it be end stage renal or end stage liver?
Stage 3 or III endometriosis? Thanks!! NM
Subject: Stage 3 or III endometriosis? Thanks!! NM
Hannafin stage II
Subject: Hannafin stage II
She was a T2, N1, MX or Stage IIB [sic]. Should sic be caps?
Subject: She was a T2, N1, MX or Stage IIB [sic]. Should sic be caps?
Cancer stage help needed sm
Subject: Cancer stage help needed sm
Colon cancer stage 2A T2 MO NO diagnosed in 2/2005
I have no idea how to type this. Anyone do these ever? thanks
more info would help...but perhaps FIGO stage IV? nm
Subject: more info would help...but perhaps FIGO stage IV? nm
sure does...it's Ficat stage IV! sm for explanation :)
Subject: sure does...it's Ficat stage IV! sm for explanation :)
Radiographic staging of AVN was first proposed by Ficat and Arlet in the 1960s and later amended in the 1970s. This 4-staged system delineates the natural history of AVN from normal radiographs (stage I) to cystic changes and sclerosis (stage II) to subchondral collapse or femoral head flattening (stage III) to finally joint space narrowing (stage IV). However, this system does not differentiate certain phases in disease progression (eg, subchondral vs femoral head collapse), nor does it quantify the size and extent of the lesion.
macular hole stage IV....
Subject: macular hole stage IV....
Working on Ophthalmology operation. Anyone know whether stage IV should be roman number or not?
Also, s/l Olk pick
"s/l Olk pick was reintroduced to try to elevate what may have represented an ILM."
possibly Risser stage
Subject: possibly Risser stage
stage T1c adenocarcinoma, Gleason 6, nm
Subject: stage T1c adenocarcinoma, Gleason 6, nm
stage IVB nodular sclerosing nm
Subject: stage IVB nodular sclerosing nm
stage IV-B nodular sclerosing....
Subject: stage IV-B nodular sclerosing....
Okay, then may be end-stage renal disease? NM
Subject: Okay, then may be end-stage renal disease? NM
usually they say ESRD though.
prostate cancer stage P2A (sm)
Subject: prostate cancer stage P2A (sm)
should it be typed PIIA? TIA
end-stage renal disease?
Subject: end-stage renal disease?
End-stage renal disease
Subject: End-stage renal disease
How bout end-stage renal disease
Thats end stage liver, not renal, sorry.
Subject: Thats end stage liver, not renal, sorry.
adhesive capsulitis stage
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Stage IIB correct, but no commas at T2 N1 MX
Subject: Stage IIB correct, but no commas at T2 N1 MX
stage numbers for bruce protocol
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Pt has chronic kidney disease, stage 3 or III...sm
Subject: Pt has chronic kidney disease, stage 3 or III...sm
Could it be so simple as men's glandular stage 2 cancer.
Subject: Could it be so simple as men's glandular stage 2 cancer.
Glandular tissue is also found in breast tissue and males also do get cancer there, most think about down below when referring to males.
How is male breast cancer staged?
The term "stage" is used to describe the anatomic extent of disease according to standardized rules. The same staging system is used for both male and female breast cancer patients. This standardized language allows clinicians and researchers to accurately describe the extent of disease. The AJCC (American Joint Committee on Cancer) staging system uses three numbers to determine the stage of the disease. T (stands for tumor) describes tumors of increasing size and local tissue destruction. N (stands for nodes) describes whether or not the tumor has metastasized to regional lymph nodes and if so, how extensive those nodal metastases are. M (stands for metastases) describes the presence or absence of systemic metastases. The AJCC staging system for breast cancer allows precise stratification of cases and is too complex to fully describe here (24).In most series, men present with more advanced disease (higher stages) women. It is not known whether this reflects delay in diagnosis, more rapid progression in disease, different breast anatomy resulting in most lesions being subareolar (with easy access to subareolar lymphatic trunks) or other factors.
Stage T2b under last line of AAMT BOS2
Subject: Stage T2b under last line of AAMT BOS2
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Could be PhosLo, used for end-stage renal failure.
Subject: Could be PhosLo, used for end-stage renal failure.
Cancer staging: Stage ABCLC
Subject: Cancer staging: Stage ABCLC
Stage 2 s/l and 3 pelvic organ prolapse
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