Non-specific code 2014 ICD-9-CM Diagnosis Code 202.0
Nodular lymphoma
  • Non-Billable Code
  • There are 9 ICD-9-CM codes below 202.0 that define this diagnosis in greater detail. Do not use this code on a reimbursement claim.
Clinical Information
  • A neoplasm of follicle centre b cells which has at least a partial follicular pattern. Follicular lymphomas comprise about 35% of adult non-hodgkin lymphomas in the United States And 22% worldwide. Most patients have widespread disease at diagnosis. Morphologically, follicular lymphomas are classified as grade 1, grade 2, and grade 3, depending on the percentage of the large lymphocytes present. The vast majority of cases (70-95%) express the bcl-2 rearrangement [t(14;18)]. Histological grade correlates with prognosis. Grades 1 and 2 follicular lymphomas are indolent and grade 3 is more aggressive (adapted from who, 2001).
Applies To
  • Brill-Symmers disease
  • Lymphoma:
    • follicular (giant) (large cell)
    • lymphocytic, nodular
  • Lymphosarcoma:
    • follicular (giant)
    • nodular
ICD-9-CM Volume 2 Index entries containing back-references to 202.0:
  • Brill-Symmers disease (follicular lymphoma) (M9690/3) 202.0
  • Disease, diseased - see also Syndrome
    • Brill-Symmers (follicular lymphoma) (M9690/3) 202.0
    • Symmers (follicular lymphoma) (M9690/3) 202.0
  • Germinoblastoma (diffuse) (M9614/3) 202.8
    • follicular (M9692/3) 202.0
  • Lymphoblastoma (diffuse) (M9630/3) 200.1
    • giant follicular (M9690/3) 202.0
    • macrofollicular (M9690/3) 202.0
  • Lymphoma (malignant) (M9590/3) 202.8
    • centroblastic-centrocytic
      • diffuse (M9614/3) 202.8
      • follicular (M9692/3) 202.0
    • centroblastic type (diffuse) (M9632/3) 202.8
      • follicular (M9697/3) 202.0
    • follicular (giant) (M9690/3) 202.0
      • center cell (diffuse) (M9615/3) 202.8
        • cleaved (diffuse) (M9623/3) 202.8
          • follicular (M9695/3) 202.0
        • non-cleaved (diffuse) (M9633/3) 202.8
          • follicular (M9698/3) 202.0
      • centroblastic-centrocytic (M9692/3) 202.0
      • centroblastic type (M9697/3) 202.0
      • large cell 202.0
      • lymphocytic
        • intermediate differentiation (M9694/3) 202.0
        • poorly differentiated (M9696/3) 202.0
      • mixed (cell type) (lymphocytic-histiocytic) (small cell and large cell) (M9691/3) 202.0
    • giant, follicular or follicle (M9690/3) 202.0
    • large cell (M9640/3) 200.7
      • anaplastic 200.6
      • nodular (M9642/3) 202.0
      • pleomorphic cell type (M9641/3) 200.0
    • lymphocytic (cell type) (diffuse) (M9620/3) 200.1
      • with plasmacytoid differentiation, diffuse (M9611/3) 200.8
      • intermediate differentiation (diffuse) (M9621/3) 200.1
        • follicular (M9694/3) 202.0
        • nodular (M9694/3) 202.0
      • nodular (M9690/3) 202.0
      • poorly differentiated (diffuse) (M9630/3) 200.1
        • follicular (M9696/3) 202.0
        • nodular (M9696/3) 202.0
      • well differentiated (diffuse) (M9620/3) 200.1
        • follicular (M9693/3) 202.0
        • nodular (M9693/3) 202.0
    • lymphocytic-histiocytic, mixed (diffuse) (M9613/3) 200.8
      • follicular (M9691/3) 202.0
      • nodular (M9691/3) 202.0
    • macrofollicular (M9690/3) 202.0
    • mixed cell type (diffuse) (M9613/3) 200.8
      • follicular (M9691/3) 202.0
      • nodular (M9691/3) 202.0
    • nodular (M9690/3) 202.0
      • histiocytic (M9642/3) 200.0
      • lymphocytic (M9690/3) 202.0
        • intermediate differentiation (M9694/3) 202.0
        • poorly differentiated (M9696/3) 202.0
      • mixed (cell type) (lymphocytic-histiocytic) (small cell and large cell) (M9691/3) 202.0
    • small cell and large cell, mixed (diffuse) (M9613/3) 200.8
      • follicular (M9691/3) 202.0
      • nodular (M9691/3) 202.0
  • Lymphosarcoma (M9610/3) 200.1
    • follicular (giant) (M9690/3) 202.0
      • lymphoblastic (M9696/3) 202.0
      • lymphocytic, intermediate differentiation (M9694/3) 202.0
      • mixed cell type (M9691/3) 202.0
    • giant follicular (M9690/3) 202.0
    • lymphoblastic (diffuse) (M9630/3) 200.1
      • follicular (M9696/3) 202.0
      • nodular (M9696/3) 202.0
    • lymphocytic (diffuse) (M9620/3) 200.1
      • intermediate differentiation (diffuse) (M9621/3) 200.1
        • follicular (M9694/3) 202.0
        • nodular (M9694/3) 202.0
    • mixed cell type (diffuse) (M9613/3) 200.8
      • follicular (M9691/3) 202.0
      • nodular (M9691/3) 202.0
    • nodular (M9690/3) 202.0
      • lymphoblastic (M9696/3) 202.0
      • lymphocytic, intermediate differentiation (M9694/3) 202.0
      • mixed cell type (M9691/3) 202.0
  • Reticulolymphosarcoma (diffuse) (M9613/3) 200.8
    • follicular (M9691/3) 202.0
    • nodular (M9691/3) 202.0
  • Sarcoma (M8800/3) - see also Neoplasm, connective tissue, malignant
    • germinoblastic (diffuse) (M9632/3) 202.8
      • follicular (M9697/3) 202.0
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