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Person with cancer—date of late effect

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METeOR identifier:Help on this term573443
Registration status:Help on this termHealth, Standard 04/02/2015
Definition:Help on this termThe date on which a late effect related to cancer and/or cancer treatment is identified in a person with cancer.

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Object class:Person with cancer
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A person who has been diagnosed with a cancer.

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Australian Institute of Health and Welfare

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Property:Date of late effect
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The date on which a late effect appears after the acute stage of a disease or condition has resolved. This may be as a result of the treatment, the disease process, or both.

A late effect is a persistent complication, disability or adverse outcome that appears after the acute stage of a disease has resolved (excluding a recurrence or progression of disease). This may be as a result of the treatment, the disease process, or both. Examples of late effects include infertility, hyperthyroidism, fatigue, scoliosis and cognitive impairment.

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Person with cancer—date of late effect, DDMMYYYY Health, Standard 04/02/2015

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