Explanation Of The Term C-1 In The Doctor’s Letter To Apply For Work?

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Hello, I want to ask, yesterday I made a doctor’s appointment to apply for work, written in the disease section, written Disease: c- 1 what does that mean?

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Until now there is no known disease called C-1 disease or the written ICD code is only C-1. C1 is sometimes written to abbreviate the first cervical spine (Cervical 1) or can also describe one type of Niemann-Pick disease, a disease in which lysosomal storage disruption occurs, which is a very rare disease. Even if what is meant is Niemann-Pick disease, of course it will be written Niemann-Pick C1, it will not only be written C-1.

You should ask the doctor who examined you again to find out more clearly the purpose of C-1 which was written.

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