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 All NAACCR codes are ontological,​ meaning they are built by concatenating all preceding ontological levels to capture meaning. Schema codes coincide with schema names, Variables and values are numeric. All NAACCR codes are ontological,​ meaning they are built by concatenating all preceding ontological levels to capture meaning. Schema codes coincide with schema names, Variables and values are numeric.
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-Variable and Value concepts that are not specific to a single schema may do not specify schema name.  
  
 ^ Type of concept ^ concept_code ^ concept_name ^ ^ Type of concept ^ concept_code ^ concept_name ^
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 | Site-nonspecific value | 1004@99 | [TNM Clinical Stage Group] Unknown, not staged | | Site-nonspecific value | 1004@99 | [TNM Clinical Stage Group] Unknown, not staged |
  
-Value code contains parent schema name (**colon**),​ variable code (**2810**) and proper value code (**050**).+Site-specific value code contains parent schema name (**colon**),​ variable code (**2810**) and proper value code (**050**). For non-specific values and variables, schema name is omitted.
  
 //Note: site-specific values may belong to site-nonspecific variables, as this is a case in this example// //Note: site-specific values may belong to site-nonspecific variables, as this is a case in this example//
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