BIOPSY REFERRAL OUTCOME

A code used to reference an outcome of a REFERRAL FOR BIOPSY. For cervical histology, biopsies are taken after a colposcopy has been performed.

For cervical histology for KC61 purposes, the classification is:

a. Cervical Cancer (including micro-invasive)
b. Adenocarcinoma in situ / CGIN
c. CIN3
d. CIN2
e. CIN1
f. HPV only
g. No CIN/No HPV
h. Inadequate biopsy
i. Colposcopy - Nothing Abnormal Detected (NAD)/no biopsy taken
j. Results not known by laboratory
k. Non cervical cancers detected

For cervical histology for KC65 purposes, the classification is:

a. Cancer (including micro-invasive)
b. Adenocarcinoma in situ
c. CIN3
d. CIN2
e. CIN1
f. HPV/cervicitus only
g. No CIN/No HPV (normal)
h. Inadequate/unsatisfactory biopsy
i. Result not known by clinic

For breast cancer screening for KC62 purposes,the classification is:

a. Benign or negative
b. Inconclusive
c. Positive; i.e. cancer detected
  i. non-invasice or possibly micro-invasive
    a. low (DCIS only detected)
    b. intermediate (DCIS only detected)
    c. high (DCIS only detected)
    d. grade not known (DCIS only detected)
  ii. definitely micro-invasive
    a. low (DCIS only detected)
    b. intermediate (DCIS only detected)
    c. high (DCIS only detected)
    d. grade not known (DCIS only detected)
  iii. invasive size not known
    a. Grade I
    b. Grade II
    c. Grade III
    d. grade not known
  iv. invasive size known
    a. Grade I
    b. Grade II
    c. Grade III
    d. grade not known
    v. invasive status not known
d. Biopsy not done or result not yet know

References:
KC65 - Colposcopy Clinics, Referrals, Treatments and Outcomes
KC61: Pathology Laboratories - Cervical Cytology and Outcome of Gynaecological Referrals
KC62: Adult Screening Programmes - Breast Screening 

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Context Alias
plural BIOPSY REFERRAL OUTCOMES