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GIST-gastrointestinal tumor DX on path/44120

  1. Default GIST diagnosis
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    According to ICD-9, a malignant neoplasm of connective and other soft tissue of internal organs is coded to malignant neoplasm of the site: i.e. 151.9 for malignant GIST of stomach.

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