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And the envelope goes to ... Andrew Swift.
As armaat suggests, G1 (and P1) seemed to be the best solution, and it's the one I selected. Vielen Dank an Allen für die guten Vorschläge. 4 KudoZ points were awarded for this answer
I'd like to thank all who have responded so far. While I verified that G1 is a tumor grading, I don't think it applies here. The patient's diagnoses are pneumonia induced by mycoplasmas and allergy to cat/mold. There was no mention of cancer in the document.
I'm also unclear on the meaning of P1 in this context. The "gravida 1, para 1" suggestion just might be correct, although this is definitely not a case of a female patient with external male genitalia. However, the information that the boy is the offspring of a G1 P1 pregnancy may be included as general background information, although I would have expected such info in the anamnesis section of the report instead of the examination findings.
Will leave this question open for a while pending further comment and then grade it. Thanks again to all who have responded.
A rather strange case - G1 for tumor grading seems possible, but P1 does not
fit IMO. You expect such grades in a histological report of the tumor (has he a tumor?) You have the details - and we are only guessing without them!
Note- this question relates to a medical report, is not homework or test. I regret the error in classification.
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1 hr confidence:
G1- tumor status
Explanation: may be referring to tumor status
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... G1/G2 and G3 tumours had 40% and 80% chance of nodal spread.
Explanation: 1 pregnancy, 1 birth
I know it sounds crazy, given the context, but normally G 1 P 1 are used in just this way, to indicate the number of pregnancies and births. Is there any possibility that we are dealing with a female patient with external male genitalia? If not, disregard this as an off-the-wall idea.
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