1 ICD-10 – The International Classification of Disease tenth revision is a system of coding created by the World Health Organization that notes various medical records including diseases, symptoms, abnormal findings and external causes of injury.
For cholangiocarcinoma codings, see:
2 NCIN (The National Cancer Intelligence Network) – The NCIN is a UK-wide initiative, working to drive improvements in standards of cancer care and clinical outcomes by improving and using the information collected about cancer patients for analysis, publication and research.
3 Cancer52 – an alliance of some 80+ of the rare and less common cancer organisations working to address inequality and improve outcomes for patients with these highly challenging diseases.
4 The NCIN/Cancer52 Rare and Less Common Cancers Report
To read the full report, click here
To read an extract of the report covering the Upper Gastrointestinal cancers, including cholangiocarcinoma, click here