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Search for Leukemia, leukemic

  • Leukemia, leukemic

    • acute basophilic C94.8-
    • acute bilineal C95.0-
    • acute erythroid C94.0-
    • acute lymphoblastic C91.0-
    • acute megakaryoblastic C94.2-
    • acute megakaryocytic C94.2-
    • acute mixed lineage C95.0-
    • acute monoblastic (monoblastic/monocytic) C93.0-
    • acute monocytic (monoblastic/monocytic) C93.0-
    • acute myeloblastic (minimal differentiation) (with maturation) C92.0-
    • acute myeloid, NOS C92.0-
      • with
        • 11q23-abnormality C92.6-
        • dysplasia of remaining hematopoesis and/or myelodysplastic disease in its history C92.A-
        • multilineage dysplasia C92.A-
        • variation of MLL-gene C92.6-
      • M6 (a)(b) C94.0-
      • M7 C94.2-
    • acute myelomonocytic C92.5-
    • acute promyelocytic C92.4-
    • adult T-cell (HTLV-1-associated) (acute variant) (chronic variant) (lymphomatoid variant) (smouldering variant) C91.5-
    • aggressive NK-cell C94.8-
    • AML (1/ETO) (M0) (M1) (M2) (without a FAB classification) C92.0-
    • AML M3 C92.4-
    • AML M4 (Eo with inv(16) or t(16;16)) C92.5-
    • AML M5 C93.0-
    • AML M5a C93.0-
    • AML M5b C93.0-
    • AML Me with t and variants (15;17) C92.4-
    • atypical chronic myeloid, BCR/ABL-negative C92.2-
    • biphenotypic acute C95.0-
    • blast cell C95.0-
    • Burkitt-type, mature B-cell C91.A-
    • chronic eosinophilic C94.8- see also Syndrome, hypereosinophilic, myeloid
    • chronic lymphocytic, of B-cell type C91.1-
    • chronic monocytic C93.1-
    • chronic myelogenous (Philadelphia chromosome (Ph1) positive) (t(9;22)) (q34;q11) (with crisis of blast cells) C92.1-
    • chronic myeloid, BCR/ABL-positive C92.1-
      • atypical, BCR/ABL-negative C92.2-
    • chronic myelomonocytic C93.1-
    • chronic neutrophilic D47.1
    • CMML (-1) (-2) (with eosinophilia) C93.1-
    • granulocytic C92.9- see also Category C92
    • hairy cell C91.4-
    • juvenile myelomonocytic C93.3-
    • lymphoid C91.9-
    • mast cell C94.3-
    • mature B-cell, Burkitt-type C91.A-
    • monocytic (subacute) C93.9-
    • myelogenous C92.9- see also Category C92
    • myeloid C92.9-
    • plasma cell C90.1-
    • plasmacytic C90.1-
    • prolymphocytic
    • specified NEC C94.8-
    • stem cell, of unclear lineage C95.0-
    • subacute lymphocytic C91.9-
    • T-cell large granular lymphocytic C91.Z-
    • unspecified cell type C95.9-

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Abbreviations used here:

NEC “Not elsewhere classifiable”
This abbreviation in the Alphabetic Index represents “other specified.” When a specific code is not available for a condition, the Alphabetic Index directs the coder to the “other specified” code in the Tabular List.

NOS “Not otherwise specified”
This abbreviation is the equivalent of unspecified.