TWO WEEK WAIT CANCER OR SYMPTOMATIC BREAST REFERRAL TYPE

The site where cancer is suspected:

National Codes:

01Suspected breast cancer
02Suspected children's cancer. For monitoring of the cancer Two Week Wait and 28 Day Faster Diagnosis standards, a child is defined as under the age of 16 years at the CANCER REFERRAL TO TREATMENT PERIOD START DATE
03Suspected lung cancer
04Suspected haematological malignancies excluding acute leukaemia
05Suspected acute leukaemia
06Suspected upper gastrointestinal cancers
07Suspected lower gastrointestinal cancers
08Suspected skin cancers
09Suspected gynaecological cancers
10Suspected brain or central nervous system tumours
11Suspected urological cancers (excluding testicular)
12Suspected testicular cancer
13Suspected head and neck cancers
14Suspected sarcomas
15Other suspected cancer (not listed)
16Exhibited (non-cancer) breast symptoms - cancer not initially suspected. This National Code is only to be used where a PATIENT has been referred on the basis of exhibited breast symptoms, but those symptoms do not place the PATIENT within the scope of the referral guidelines that specify that an urgent referral for suspected cancer from a GENERAL MEDICAL PRACTITIONER or GENERAL DENTAL PRACTITIONER must be made.
 

This attribute is also known by these names:
ContextAlias
formerlyURGENT CANCER REFERRAL TYPE
pluralURGENT CANCER OR SYMPTOMATIC BREAST REFERRAL TYPES

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