Questions 501-502: Specify the histiocytic disorder classification:
Indicate the histiocytic disorder disease classification at diagnosis. If the subtype is not listed, report as “other histiocytic disorder” and specify the reported disease in question 502. If a certain disease becomes a common indication for HCT, the CIBMTR will add the disease as a separate category.
Question 503: Did the recipient have an active or recent infection with a viral pathogen within 60 days of HCT? Hemophagocytic lymphohistiocytosis (HLH) only:
Viral infections are caused by exposure to a new virus or reactivation of a dormant virus already present in the body. The most common viral infections are due to HSV (Herpes Simplex Virus), and CMV (Cytomegalovirus). Report “yes” if the recipient had an active or recent infection with a viral pathogen within 60 days of HCT and continue with question 504. If the recipient did not have an active or recent infection with a viral pathogen report “no” and go to question 505.
Question 504: Specify the viral pathogen (check all that apply):
Specify any viral pathogens causing infection reported in question 504.
Question 505: Has the recipient ever been infected with PCP/PJP:
PCP Pneumocystis is a common fungal infection commonly affecting the lungs. Indicate if the recipient has ever been infected with PCP/PJP.
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