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Poorely differentiated adenocarcinoma

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    Default Poorely differentiated adenocarcinoma
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    Is it appropriate to code malignant neoplasm for the condition "Poorely differentiated adinocarcinoma"

    Thanks for your help in advance!

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    This is malignant. The differentiation is used to grade how malignant the carcinoma is.

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    Thank you King !

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