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* 1. In Essential TNM, what does M stand for?

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* 2. During case abstraction, you find this information noted on the patient records: "Ductal cell carcinoma with Regional node involvement". How would you code this case using Essential TNM classification?

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* 3. If the TNM categories or stage group are captured in the record, what should you do?

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* 4. During data collection, you notice that TNM staging has been indicated severally on the patient records. One is pTNM, while another is cTNM.  pTNM was done during the third cycle of chemotherapy while cTNM before any treatment was done. Which one do you record and why?

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* 5. Once the Essential TNM elements have been coded, the elements can be combined into STAGE GROUPS ranging from I – IV with increasing severity of disease. Which combination below is TRUE?

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