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In this material you have at your disposal only a simple list of diseases belonging to this "group" of diseases (with minimum details necessary for correct identification/catalogue), as it is present in the "Table Lists of Diseases" published by accredited public institutions.

In Romania this list is published by the "National Center for the Organization and Assurance of the Information and Information System in the Field of Health" being taken from the "International and Statistical Classification of Diseases and Related Health Problems"...


A. Infectious intestinal diseases:

1. Cholera (Holera with Vibrio cholerae 01, biovar cholerae – Classical cholera; biovar eltor – Cholera eltor; and cholera unspecified);

2. Typhoid and paratifoid fever (typhoid fever, infection due to Salmonella typhi; Paratifos A, B, C and unspecified with infection due to Salmonella paratyphi NOS);

3. Other salmonellos (with food infection or intoxication due to Salmonella species other than S. Typhi or paratyphi; Salmonella enteritis – Salmonellosis; Salmonella sepsis; Salmonella localized infections – arthritis, meningitis, osteomyelitis, pneumonia, tubulo-interstitial renal disease: other infections specified by Salmonella and unspecified salmonellosis);

4. Shigelloza (Shigelloza due to Shigella dyzenteriae or Shygelloza type/ group A – shiga-Kruse dysentery; Shigelloza due to Shigella flexneri or Shigella type/ group B; Shigelloza due to Shigella boydii or Shigella type/ group C; Shigelloza due to Shigella Sonnei or Shigella type/ group D; other shigelloses; unspecified shigellose – noS bacillary dysentery);

5. Other bacterial intestinal infections – excludes bacterial poisoning of food origin and tuberculosis enteritis (enteropathogenic infection by pathogenic Escherichia coli; enterrooxygen infection by Escherichia coli toxix; enteroinvasive infection by Escherichia coli; enterohemoragic infection by Escherichia coli; other intestinal infections by Escherichia coli – enteritis by Escherichia coli NOS; enteritis by Campylobacter; enteritis by Yersinia enterocolica – excluding extraintestinal yersiniosis; enterocolitis by Clostridium difficile; other specified bacterial intestinal infections and unspecified bacterial intestinal infection – NOS bacterial enteritis);

6. Other bacterial poisonings of food origin – excludes infection with Escherichia coli, listeriosis, food-related Salmonella poisoning and infection and the toxic effect of harmful food products (food infection with staphylococci; botulism – classical food poisoning due to Clostridium botulinum; food poisoning by Clostridium perfringens/ Clostridium welchii – acute necrotizing enteritis Pig-bel; food infection by Vibrio parahaemolyticus; food poisoning by Bacillus cereus; other food poisoning of bacterial origin and food poisoning of unspecified bacterial origin);

7. Amibiasis – includes infection due to Entamoeba histolytica and excludes other intestinal diseases through protozoa (acute amoebic amybian dysentery – acute amybiasis, noS intestinal amybiasis; chronic intestinal amybiasis; nondysenteric amybian colitis; intestinal amiliasis and NOS amiliase; amybic liver abscess – hepatic amybiasis; amybian abscess of the lung and liver; amybian abscess of the brain, lung and liver; skin amybiasis; other localizations of an amybian infection – appendicitis due to amibiasis, balanitis; unspecified amybiasis);

8. Other protozoan intestinal diseases (balantiniasis – balantinian dysentery; giardiasis/ lambliasis; crystosporidiosis; Isopora infection – due to Isopora belli, Isospora hominis, intestinal coccidiosis, Isoporosis; other intestinal diseases through specified protozoa – intestinal trichomonasis, Sarcocystosis, Sarcosporidiosis; intestinal disease by unspecified protozoa – diarrhea by flagellates, by protozoa inducing colitis, diarrhea, dysentery);

9. Virus infections and other specified intestinal infections excluding influenza with the involvement of the gastrointestinal tract (rotavirus enteritis; acute gastroenteritis by norwalk agent – enteritis with small round virus; enteritis by adenovirus; other viral enteritis; viral intestinal infection, unspecified – Enteritis NOS, gastroenteritis NOS, noS gastroenteropathy; other unspecified intestinal infections);

10. Diarrhea and probably infectious gastroenteritis (enteric or intestinal catare; Hemorrhagic NOS, septic – colitis, enteritis, gastroenteritis, diarrhoea – dysenteric, epidemic, NOS, noS infectious diarrheal disease – is excluded due to bacterial, protozoa, viral or other infectious agents specified as well as non-infectious – neonatal diarrhea).

B. Tuberculosis (which includes infections due to Myccobacterium tuberculosis and Mycobacterium bovis and excludes congenital tuberculosis, tuberculosis-associated pneumoconiosis, tuberculosis sequelae, solico-tuberculosis):

1. Confirmed respiratory tuberculosis (pulmonary tuberculosis, confirmed by microscopic examination of sputum, with or without cultures – tuberculosis/ tuberculosis: bronchiectasis, pulmonary fibrosis, pneumonia, pneumothorax; confirmed only by cultures – tuberculosis/ tuberculosis: bronchiectasis, lung fibrosis, pneumonia, pneumothorax; histologically confirmed – tuberculosis/ tuberculosis: bronchiectasis, lung fibrosis, pneumonia, pneumothorax; confirmed by non-specific methods, confirmed but not specified if it is bacteriological or histological – tuberculosis/ tuberculosis: bronchiectasis, lung fibrosis, pneumonia, pneumothorax; tuberculosis of intratoracic lymph nodes, with bacteriological and histological confirmation – hilarious, mediastinal, tracheo-bronchial – excluding being first-infection; tuberculosis of the larynx, trachea and bronchi, with bacteriological and histological confirmation – tuberculosis of the bronchi, glotta, larynx, trachea; tuberculosis pleurisy, with bacteriological and histological confirmation – tuberculosis of pleura, tuberculosis empiema – is excluded in bacteriologically and histologically confirmed primary respiratory tuberculosis; primo-tb infection of the airways, with bacteriological and histological confirmation; other forms of respiratory tuberculosis, with bacteriological and histological confirmation – mediastinal tuberculosis, nasopharyngeal, nose tuberculosis, sinus; unspecified respiratory tract tuberculosis with bacteriological and histological confirmation) or unconfirmed bacteriologically and histologically (pulmonary tuberculosis, with negative bacteriological or histological investigations – tuberculosis/ tuberculosis: bronchiectasis, fibrosis, pneumonia, pneumothorax; without bacteriological or histological investigations – tuberculosis/ tuberculosis: bronchiectasis, fibrosis, pneumonia, pneumothorax; without the indication of bacteriological or histological confirmation – tuberculosis/ tuberculosis: bronchiectasis NOS, noS lung fibrosis, NOS pneumonia, NOS pneumothorax; intratoracic lymph node tuberculosis – hilar NOS, intraoracic NOS, mediastinal NOS, tracheo-bronchial NOS – excluded when specified to be first-infection; tuberculosis of the larynx , trachea and bronchi without mention of bacteriological or histological confirmation – tuberculosis: NOS bronchi, NOS glottis, NOS larynx, NOS trachea; tuberculosis pleurisy without bacteriological confirmation, or histological – noS pleura tuberculosis – tuberculosis/ tuberculosis: NOS empiem, NOS pleurisy – excluded in primary respiratory tuberculosis; first-tuberculosis infection of the airways, without the indication of bacteriological or histological confirmation – primary/ primary: respiratory tuberculosis NOS, tuberculosis complex; other forms of tuberculosis of the airways without the indication of bacteriological or histological confirmation – tuberculosis: NOS bass, sinus, any nasal, NOS; respiratory tuberculosis, unspecified, without mentioning bacteriological or histological confirmation – NOS respiratory tuberculosis and NOS tuberculosis);

2. Tuberculosis of the nervous system (tuberculosis meningitis – tuberculosis of the cerebral and/ or spinal meninges, leptomeninge tuberculosis; meningeal tuberculosis; other forms of tuberculosis of the nervous system: tuberculosis of the brain, spinal cord, tuberculosis/ tuberculosis: brain abscess, meningo-encephalitis, myelitis, polyneuropathy; tuberculosis of the nervous system unspecified);

3. Tuberculosis of other organs (tuberculosis of the bones and joints – tuberculosis: hip, knee, spine; tuberculosis/ tuberculosis: arthritis, mastoiditis, bone necrosis, osteitis, osteomyelitis, synovitis, teno-synovitis; tuberculosis of the genitourinary system – tuberculosis: bladder, cervix, kidney, male genitalia, ureter, tuberculosis female pelvic disease; Peripheral tubercular lymphadenopathy: tuberculosis adenitis – excludes tuberculosis of the lymph nodes: intratoracic, mesenteric and retroperitoneal, tubercular tracheobronsic adenopathy; tuberculosis of the intestine, peritoneum and mesenteric ganglia – tuberculosis: anus and rectum, retroperitoneal to lymph nodes; tuberculosis: ascites, enteritis, peritonitis; tuberculosis of the skin and subcutaneous cell tissue – erythema induratum, tuberculosis – lupus: exedens, vulgaris, NOS, of the eyelid; scrofulosis that excludes lupus erythematosus: NOS, systemically; tuberculosis of the eye – tuberculosis: chorioretinitis, episcleritis, interstitial keratitis, iridocyclitis, interstitial or coptenal keratoconjunctivitis – excludes lupus vulgaris of the eyelid; ear tuberculosis – tuberculosis otitis media that excludes tuberculosis mastoiditis; tuberculosis of the adrenal glands – tuberculosis Adisson disease; tuberculosis of other organs, specified – tuberculosis: endocardium, myocardium, esophagus, pericardium, thyroid gland; tuberculosis cerebral arteritis);

4. Miliary tuberculosis including tuberculosis: disseminated, generalised and tuberculosis polyseritis; acute military tuberculosis, unique and specified localization; multi-local ismtitism miliary tuberculosis; unspecified acute milliary tuberculosis; other miliary tuberculosis; unspecified military tuberculosis;

C. Some bacterial anthropozoonoses:

1. Pest – includes infection due to Yersinia pestis (bubonic, cutaneous, pulmonary, meningeal, septicemic, other forms of plague: Abortive, asymptomatic, minor pest; unspecified pest);

2. Tularemia – includes fever transmitted by chrisops bite (horse), infection due to Francisella tularensis, rabbit-transmitted fever (ulcero-glandular tularemia, oculo-glandular/ ophthalmic, pulmonary, gastrointestinal/abdominal, generalized, other forms of tularemia and unspecified tularemia);

3. Anthrax - includes infection with Bacillus anthracis (cutaneous anthrax – malignant/maligna: carbuncle, pustula; pulmonary anthrax/ inhalation anthrax: rag collector's disease, wool sorter disease; gastrointestinal anthrax; charcoal septicaemia; other forms of anthrax: charcoal meningitis; unspecified anthrax);

4. Brucellosis – includes Malta, Mediterranean and unduling fever (Brucellosis with Brucella melitensis, Brucella abortus, Brucella suis, Brucella canis, other unspecified brucellosis and brucellosis);

5. Morva and merioidosis (Morva – infection with Pseudomonas mallei – malleus; acute or galloping melioidsis – melioids: pneumonia, sepsis, septicaemia; subacute and chronic merioidosis; other melioids; unspecified melioids; infection due to Burkholderia pseudomalleia, NOS and Whitmore's disease);

6. Fever due to rat bite (Spiriloza – Sodoku; streptobacilosis: epidemic arthritic erythema, Haverhill fever, streptobacillary fever due to rat bite; rat bite fever, unspecified);

7. Erysipeloid (cutaneous erysipeloid – migrant erythema; sepsis with Erysipelothrix; other erysipeloids; unspecified erysipeloid);

8. Leptospirosis (eptospirosis jaundice-hemorrhagic – leptospirosis due to Leptospira interrogans serovar icterohaemorhagiae; other forms of leptospirosis; unspecified leptospirosis);

9. Other anthropozoonoses diseases, not elsewhere classified (Pasteurellose; cat scratch disease; extra-intestinal yersiniosis – excludeenteritis due to enterocolitis Yersinia and pest; other specified bacterial anthropo-zoonoses, not elsewhere classified; bacterial anthropo-zoonoses, unspecified);

D. Other bacterial diseases:

1. Leprosy (Hansen disease) – includes infection due to Mycobacterium leprosy and excludes leprosy sequelae (indeterminate leprosy – group I; tuberculosis – TT group; atypical intermediate tuberculoid – BT group; atypical intermediate group – BB group; atypical intermediate leprosy – BL group; lepromatous – LL group; other forms of leprosy and leprosy unspecified);

2. Infections due to other mycobacteria – exclude leprosy and tuberculosis (pulmonary infection with Mycobacterium – infection due to Mycobacterium avium, intracellular with Battey bacillus and kansasii; skin infection with Mycobacterium – Burule ulcer: infection due to Mycobacterium marinum, ulcerans; other infections with Mycobacterium; infection with Mycobacterium unspecified; atypical infection with Mycobacterium NOS and mycobacteriosis NOS);

3. Listeriosis – includes listerian infection by food and excludes neonatal/ disseminated listeriosis (cutaneous listeriosis; meningitis and listerian meningoencephalitis; listerian sepsis; other listeriosis – listerian: cerebral arteritis, endocarditis; oculo-glandular listeriosis; unspecified listeriosis);

4. Tetanus (newborn, obstetrical or other forms – tetanus NOS which excludes tetanus of the newborn and the obstetrical);

5. Diphtheria (pharyngeal diphtheria – diphtheria membrane angina/ amygdala diphtheria; nasopharyngeal diphtheria; laryngeal diphtheria; skin diphtheria – excludes erytrasca; other forms of diphtheria: conjunctivitis, myocarditis, polyneuritis; unspecified diphtheria);

6. Whooping cough (whooping cough with Bordetella pertussis; whooping cough with Bordetella parapertussis; whooping cough due to other species of Bordetella; unspecified whooping cough);

7. Scarlatine (excludes streptococcal sore throat);

8. Meningococcal infection (Meningococcal meningitis; Waterhouse-Friderichsen syndrome – hemorrhagic adrenalitis with meningococcal, adrenal meningococcal syndrome; Acute meningococmia; Chronic meningococemia; Unspecified moningococemia – noS bacterial meningococmia; meningococcal heart disease – meningococcal: endocarditis, myocarditis, pericarditis; other meningococcal infections – meningococcal: arthritis, conjunctivitis, encephalitis, retrobulbar neuritis; post-meningococcal arthritis; unspecified meningococcal infection – meningococcal disease NOS);

9. Streptococcal sepsis – includes streptococcal septicaemia and is excluded during labour as a result of: abortion or ectopic pregnancy or molar, immunisation, infusion, transfusion or injection of therapeutic and neonatal, post-procedural and puerperal (sepsis due to group A streptococcus; group B, group D, sepsis due to Streptococcus pneumoniae – pneumococcal septicaemia; other types of sepsis with streptococci; streptococcal sepsis unspecified);

10. Other types of sepsis – includes septicaemia and excludes NOS bacteremia, during labour following abortion or ectopic pregnancy or molar, immunisation, infusion, transfusion or therapeutic injection (sepsis due to an actinomic agent, anthrax, candida, erysipelothrrix, extra-intestinal yersiniosis, gonococcal, herpetic, listerial, meningococcal, neonatal, post-procedural, puerperal, streptococcal, septic tularemia, merioidosis, pest, toxic shock syndrome; sepsis due to golden staphylococcus; sepsis due to other specified staphylococcus – sepsis due to coagulosis-negative staphylococcus; sepsis due to unspecified staphylococcus; sepsis due to Haemophilus influenzae; sepsis due to anaerobics – excludes gaseous gangrene; sepsis due to other gram-negative organisms; sepsis due to unspecified gram-negative organisms – gram-negative NOS septicaemia; sepsis due to Escherichia coli; sepsis due to pseudomonas; sepsis due to other organisms e gram negative; unspecified sepsis: septic shock, septicaemia);

11. Actinomicosis – excludes actinomicetom (pulmonary actinomicosis; abdominal; cervico-facial; actinomical sepsis; other forms of actinomicosis; unspecified actinomicosis);

12. Nocardiosis (pulmonary nocardiosis; skin nocardiosis; other nocardiosis; unspecified nocardiosis);

13. Bartonellosis (systemic bartonellosis – Oroya fever; cutaneous or cutaneous-mucous bartonellosis – Peruvian averuga; other forms of bartonellosis; unspecified bartonellosis);

14. Erysipelas – excludes postpartum or puerperal erysipelas;

15. Other bacterial diseases, not elsewhere classified – excludes actinomicetoma (gaseous gangrene – clostridial: cellulitis, myonecrosis; legionnaires' disease; Legionnaires' disease without pulmonary signs – Pontiac fever; toxic shock syndrome – excludes endotoxic shock NOS, sepsis NOS, NOS septicaemia; purple fever in Brazil – systemic infection with Haemophilus aegyptius; other unspecified bacterial diseases);

16. Bacterial infection with unspecified localization – excludes bacterial agents that are the cause of diseases at other mentioned landmarks, Chlamydia NOS infection, meningococcal NOS, rickettsia NOS, NOS spirochet infection (unspecified staphylococcal infection, unspecified streptococcal, Haemophilus influenzae infection unspecified, Mycoplasma infection unspecified, other bacterial diseases with unspecified localization, unspecified bacterial infection – NOS bacteremia);

E. Infections whose mode of transmission is, especially sexual – excludes the disease by human immunodeficiency virus HIV, non-gonococcal and nonspecific urethritis, Reiter disease:

1. Congenital syphilis (early congenital syphilis, symptomatic – any condition caused by a congenital syphilis specified as early or manifested less than two years after birth: early congenital skin syphilis, cutaneous-mucous, visceral; manifestation of an early congenital syphilis in: osteochondropathy, pharyngitis, pneumonia, rhinitis; latent early congenital syphilis – congenital syphilis without clinical manifestations, positive serological reaction and negative test of cerebrospinal fluid, less than two years after birth; early unspecified congenital syphilis – congenital syphilis NOS, less than two years after birth; late congenital syphilitic oculopathy – interstitial keratitis late, late congenital syphilitic oculopathy, excluding Hutchinson triad; Late congenital nervous syphilis – juvenile neurosyphilis: juvenile paralytic dementia – juvenile: general paralysis, dorsalis tabes, taboparetic neurosyphilis; late congenital syphilitic: encephalitis, meningitis, polyneuropathy; other late forms of symptomatic congenital syphilis – any condition caused by a congenital syphilis specified as late or manifested less or more than two years after birth: Slutton's disease; Hutchinson: teeth, triad; late congenital: cardiovascular syphilis, syphilitic: arthropathia, osteochondropatia; Latent congenital syphilis – congenital syphilis without clinical manifestations, with positive serological reaction and negative test of cerebrospinal fluid, two or more years after birth; Unspecified late congenital syphilis – NOS congenital syphilis two or more years after birth; unspecified congenital syphilis);

2. Early syphilis (Primary genital syphilis – NOS syphilitic syanc; primary anal syphilis; primary syphilis with other localizations; secondary syphilis of the skin and mucous membranes: flat condilloma; syphilitic: alopecia, leucoderma, mucous plaque; other forms of secondary syphilis – secondary syphilitic: female pelvic inflammatory disease, iridocyclitis, lymphadenopathy, meningitis, myositis, oculopathy, periostitis; recently latent syphilis – syphilis acquired without clinical manifestations, with positive serological test and negative test of cerebrospinal fluid, less than two years after infection; early unspecified syphilis);

3, Late syphilis (NOS cardiovascular syphilis; syphilitic: aortic aneurysm, aortic insufficiency, aorta, cerebral arteritis, NOS endocarditis, myocarditis, pericarditis, pulmonary failure; symptomatic nervous syphilis - Charcot arthropathia; late syphilitic: acoustic neuritis, encephalitis, meningitis, optic atrophy, polyneuropathy, retrobulbar neuritis; dorsalis tabes; asymptomatic nervous syphilis; unspecified nervous syphilis: syphilitic goma of the central nervous system NOS, late syphilis of the central nervous system NOS, syphiloma of the central nervous system NOS; other forms of late syphilis with symptoms: glomerular disease in syphilis, syphilitic goma with any localization except those "already classified", late or late syphilis with any localization except those "already classified", late or tertiary syphilis with any localization except those "already classified" – tardive syphilitic: bursitis, chorioretinitis , episcleritis, female pelvic inflammatory disease, unspecified syphilis of – bone, liver, lung, muscle, synovial; latent late syphilis – syphilis acquired without clinical manifestations, with positive serological reaction and negative test of cerebrospinal fluid, two or more years after infection; unspecified late syphilis; other forms of syphilis and unspecified: latent syphilis not specified as recent or latent, late syphilis NOS, positive serological reaction for syphilis; unspecified syphilis – infection due to Treponema pallidum NOS, acquired syphilis NOS – excludes NOS syphilis that causes death before the age of two years);

4. Gonococcal infection (gonococcal infection of the lower part of the genitourinary tract without periuretral abscess or appendix glands – gonococcal: NOS cervicitis, NOS cystitis, NOS urethritis, VULvovaginitis NOS – excludes the abscess of the genitourinary gland and the periuretral abscess; gonococcal infection of the lower genitourinary tract with periuretral abscess or of the appendix glands – gonococcal abscess of the Bartholin glands; gonococcal pelviperitonitis and other gonococcal genitourinary infections – gonococcal: epididymitis, female pelvic inflammatory disease, orhitis, prostatitis – excludes gonococcal peritonitis; gonococcal infection of the eye – gonococcal: conjunctivitis, iridocyclitis, newborn ophthalmia due to gonococcus; gonococcal infection of the musculoskeletal system – gonococcal: arthritis, bursitis, osteomyelitis, synovita, tenosinovita; gonococcal pharyngitis; gonococcal infection of the anus and rectum; other gonococcal infections – gonococci: abscess of the brain, endoc rdita, meningitis, myocarditis, pericarditis, peritonitis, pneumonia, sepsis, septicaemia, skin lesions – excludes gonococcal pelviperitonitis; unspecified gonococcal infection);

5. Venereal lymphogranulomatosis with Chlamydia (as well as other diseases with sexually transmitted Chlamydia) – (climate or tropical bubon; Durand-Nicolas-Favre disease; Eshiomena; inguinal lymphogranuloma; other diseases include diseases due to sexually transmitted Chlamydia trachomatis and excludes lymphogranuloma, neonatal – conjunctivitis, pneumonia and already classified conditions; Chlamydia disorders of the lower part of the genitourinary tract – by Chlamydia: cervicitis, cystitis, urethritis, vulvovaginitis; infection with pelvic-peritoneal Chlamydia and other genitourinary organs – by Chlamydia: epididymitis, female pelvic inflammatory disease; Chlamydia infection of the unspecified genitourinary tract; infection of the anus and rectum with Chlamydia; infection of the pharynx with Chlamydia; chlamydia infection transmitted sexually with other localizations);

6. Soft sand (Ulcus molle);

7. Inguinal granulom (Donovanosis);

8. Trichomoniasis – excludes intestinal trichomoniasis (uro-genital trichomoniasis: vaginal leukorea due to Trichomonas vaginalis; prostatitis due to Trichomonas vaginalis; other localizations of trichomoniasis; unspecified trichomoniasis);

9. Ano-genital infection by herpes virus (herpes simplex) – (infections of the genital organs and genital tract by herpes virus: infection by herpes virus of the female or male genital tract; perianal infection of the skin and anus by herpes virus; ano-genital infection by unspecified herpes virus);

10. Other diseases whose mode of transmission is particularly sexual, not elsewhere classified and those not specified – excludes mollusculum contagiosum and cervical papilloma (ano-genital warts – venereal; other specified diseases whose mode of transmission is mainly sexual) – as well as NOS venereal diseases;

F. Other diseases by spirochetes:

1. Non-venerian syphilis – excludes leptospirosis and syphilis – (nevenrian syphilis: Bezel, endemic syphilis, Njovera);

2. The piano – includes the bouba, the framboesia (tropica), the piano – (the initial lesions of the piano: the piano, initial or primary framboesia, initial framboesian ulcer, mother piano; multiple papilloma and wet crab piano: fromboesia, piano, plantar or palmar piano papilloma; other early piano injuries: skin piano less than 5 years after infection, early piano – skin, macular, maculopapular, micropapular, papular – fromboesia of the early piano; piano hypercheratosis: vampire hand, palmar or plantar hypercheratosis (early) (late) due to piano, feet eaten by worms; pianistic goms and ulcers: framboe gomous, short-distance piano (ulcerated); gangosa: mutilating rhinopharyngitis; articular and bone piano lesions: pianic (early) (late) ganglion), piano hydrarthrosis (early) (late), pianic osteitis (early) (late), periostitis (hypertrophic (hypertrophic)) piano (early) (late) , pianic goundou (late), piano bone goma (late), osteitis or piano periostitis (late); other manifestations of the piano: juxta-articular nodules (piano mucous lesions); latent piano (piano without clinical signs with positive serology); unspecified piano);

3. Pinta (carats) – (initial lesions of the pint: the initial sham of the pint, the initial papula of the pint; intermediate lesions of the pint: erythematous plaques of the pint, hyperchromic lesions of the pint, hypercheratosis of the pint, pint spurs; late lesions of the pint: cardiovascular lesions of the pint, skin lesions of the pint: acromic, scarring, dyschromic; mixed lesions of the pint: acromic and hyperchromic skin lesions; unspecified pinta);

4. Recurrent fevers – includes recurrent fever and excludes Lyme disease – (recurrent louse fever: recurrent fever due to Borrelia recurrentis; recurrent tick fever: recurrent fever due to any species of Borrelia recurrentis; unspecified recurrent fever);

5. Other spirochet infections (ulcer-necrotic stomatitis: cancrum oris, fusospirochetal gangrene, noma, gangrenous stomatitis; other Vincent infections: necrotizing pharyngitis (acute): gingivitis, gingivitis; spirochetal stomatitis; canor of the mouth; Vincent infection: angina, gingivitis; Lyme disease – chronic migratory erythema due to Borrelia burgdorferi; other specified spirochete infections; infection with unspecified spirochetes);

G. Other diseases by Chlamydia:

1. Infection with Chlamydia psittaci (ornitosis, parrot fever, psittacosis);

2. Trahom – excludes trahoma sechelles – (initial phase of the trachoma: dubious trahoma; active phase of the trahoma: granular conjunctivitis (trahomatous); trahomatos/ trahomatosa: follicular conjunctivitis, pannus; unspecified trachoma);

3. Other diseases caused by Chlamydia – excludes pneumonia by Chlamydia and neonatal pneumonia; conjunctivitis and pneumonia, as well as sexually transmitted Chlamydia disease – (Chlamydia conjunctivitis: parararahovea; other infections specified with Chlamydia: chlamydia peritonitis; infection with unspecified Chlamydia: NOS chlamydia);

H. Rickettsioze:

1. Exantematic typhus – excludes rickettsiosis by Ehrlichia sennetsu – (exantematic typhus of louse due to Rickettsia prowazekii: classical typhus (fever), epidemic typhus (caused by louche); recrudescent typhus (Bril disease): Brill-Zinsser disease; typhus due to Rickettsia typhi: typhus murin (caused by fleas); typhus with Rickettsia tsutsugumhi: Tsutsugumushi fever; non-specified typhus: typhus (fever) NOS);

2. Purple fever (Rickettsia tick) – (purple fever by Rickettsia rickettsii: purple fever of the Rocky Mountains, Sao Paulo fever; purple fever by Rickettsia conorii: African tick typhus, butunous fever, Indian tick fever, Kenya fever, Marseille fever, Mediterranean tick fever; purple fever by Rickettsia siberica: north Asian tick fever, Siberian tick typhus; purple tick fever by Rickettsia australis: Queensland tick typhus; other purple fever; unspecified purple fever: NOS tick yphus);

3. Q fever (infection due to Coxiella burnetii; Nine Mile fever; quadrilateral fever);

4. Other rickettsioze (tranche fever: Quintan fever, Wolhynian fever; varicelliform rickettsiosis by Rickettsia akari: Kew Garden fever, vesicular rickettsiosis; other specified rickettsiozes: rickettsiosis due to Ehrlichia sennetsu; unspecified rickettsiosis: infection by rickettsioze NOS);

I. Viral infections of the central nervous system (excludes sequelae of poliomyelitis and viral encephalitis):

1. Acute poliomyelitis (acute paralytic poliomyelitis associated with the vaccine virus; acute paralytic poliomyelitis with imported wild virus; acute paralytic poliomyelitis with indigenous wild virus; acute paralytic poliomyelitis with other unspecified sources; unparalytic acute poliomyelitis; unspecified acute poliomyelitis);

2. Infections with atypical viruses of the central nervous system – includes diseases by prions of the central nervous system – (Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease: subacute spongy encephalitis; subacute sclerosing panencephalitis: subacute encephalitis with Dawson inclusions, Van Bogaert sclerosing leukoencephalopathy; progressive multifocal leukoencephalopathy: NOS multifocal leukoencephalopathy; other infections with atypical central nervous system viruses: Kuru; atypical virus infection of the central nervous system unspecified: PRIon disease of the central nervous system NOS);

3. Rabia (forest rabies, urban rabies, unspecified rabies);

4. Mosquito-transmitted virus encephalitis – includes mosquito-transmitted meningoencephalitis and excludes Equine encephalitis – (Japanese encephalitis; Western equine encephalitis; eastern equine encephalitis; Saint-Louis encephalitis; Australian encephalitis: Kunjin viral disease; California encephalitis: California meningoencephalitis, La Crosse encephalitis; Rocio viral disease; other mosquito-borne viral encephalitis; unspecified mosquito-borne viral encephalitis);

5. Tick-transmitted virus encephalitis – includes tick-transmitted virus meningoencephalitis – tick-transmitted taiga encephalitis (Russian spring-summer encephalitis); tick-transmitted central European encephalitis; other tick-transmitted virus encephalitis: Louping disease (sheep encephalomyelitis), Powassan viral disease; unspecified tick-transmitted virus encephalitis);

6. Other viral encephalitis, not elsewhere classified – includes the specified viral: NEC encephalomyelitis, NEC meningoencephalitis and excludes benign myalgic encephalomyelitis, encephalitis due to herpes virus (herpes simplex), ruleoevirus, urlian virus, polio virus, shingles virus and lymphocytic chirriomeningitis – (enterovirus encephalitis: enterovirus encephalomyelitis; adenovirus encephalitis: adenovirus meningoencephalitis; unspecified arthropod-transmitted virus encephalitis; other specified viral encephalitis: lethargic encephalitis, Von Economi-Cruchet disease);

7. Unspecified viral encephalitis (with virus: NOS encephalomyelitis, NOS meningoencephalitis);

8. Viral meningitis – excludes meningitis due to herpes virus (herpes simplex), rugeola virus, mumps virus, polio myelitis virus and shingles virus – (enterovirus meningitis: coxsackie virus meningitis, ECHO virus meningitis; adenovirus meningitis; lymphocytic choriomeningitis: lymphocytic meningitis; other viral meningitis

9. Other viral infections of the central nervous system not elsewhere classified – viral exclusions: NOS encephalitis, NOS meningitis – (exantematous fever with enterovirus (Boston exanthema); epidemic vertigo; other specified viral infections of the central nervous system);

10. Viral infections of the central nervous system not specified;

J. Fever transmitted by arthropods and hemorrhagic viral fevers:

1. Denga (Classic Denga) – excludes hemorrhagic fever due to the denga virus;

2. Hemorrhagic fever due to the denga virus;

3. Other mosquito-borne fevers – excludes Ross River disease – (Chikcunnya fever: Chikcunnya haemorrhagic fever, O'nyong-nyong fever, Venezuelan equine fever: encephalitis, pri encephalomyelitis virus disease; West Nile virus fever; Rift Valley fever; other specified viral fevers transmitted by mosquitoes: Barmah fever; viral fever transmitted by unspecified mosquitoes);

4. Other viral fevers transmitted by arthropods not elsewhere classified (oropouche virus disease: Oropouche fever; sand mosquito fever: Pappataci fever, Phlebotomus fever; Colorado tick fever; other specified viral fevers transmitted by arthropods: Piry viral disease, vesicular stomatitis with virus/ Indiana fever);

5. Viral fever transmitted by unspecified arthropods (NOS arbovirus fever, NOS arbovirus infection);

6. Yellow fever (silver yellow fever: yellow jungle fever; city yellow fever; unspecified yellow fever);

7. Arenavirus haemorrhagic fever (Junin haemorrhagic fever: Argentine haemorrhagic fever; Machupo haemorrhagic fever: Bolivia haemorrhagic fever; Lassa fever; other Arenavirus haemorrhagic fever; Unspecified haemorrhagic fever with Arenavirus);

8. Other hemorrhagic fevers not elsewhere classified – excludes chikungunya haemorrhagic fever, haemorrhagic fever with the denga virus (Crimea/Congo haemorrhagic fever: central Asian haemorrhagic fever; Omsk haemorrhagic fever; Kyasanour forest disease; Marburg virus disease; Ebola virus disease; hemorrhagic fever with renal syndrome: epidemic hemorrhagic fever, Korean, Russian; Hantaan virus disease; epidemic nephropathy; other specified hemorrhagic viral fever);

9. Unspecified haemorrhagic viral fever.

K. Viral infections characterized by skin and mucous membrane lesions.

1. Infections with herpes virus (herpes simplex) – excludes anogenital infection with herpes virus, congenital herpes virus infection, viral gammaherpes mononucleosis, herpangina – (herpetic eczema: Kaposi chickenpox pustula; vesicular dermatitis due to herpes virus: facial herpes simplex, labial; vesicular dermatitis of the ear due to human herpes virus type 2/ alpha, lip due to human herpes virus type 2/ alpha; gingivo-stomatitis and pharyngo-amygdalitis with herpes virus: pharyngitis with herpes virus, meningitis with herpes virus, encephalitis with herpes virus (meningoencephalitis with herpes virus, Simian B disease); eye diseases with herpes virus - herpes virus: conjunctivitis, eyelid dermatitis, iridocyclitis, irritation, keratitis, keratoconjunctivitis, anterior uveitis: disseminated herpes virus disease: sepsis with herpes virus; other forms of herpes virus infections : herpes virus with hepatitis, panaritium; infection by unspecified herpes virus: herpes simplex NOS infection);

2. Varicella (chickenpox meningitis; chickenpox encephalitis: postvaricella encephalitis, chickenpox encephalomyelitis; chickenpox pneumonia; chickenpox with other complications; uncomplicated chickenpox: NOS chickenpox);

3. Shingles/ herpes zoster (zosterian encephalitis: meningoencephalitis zosterian; zosterian meningitis; shingles accompanied by other neurological – postherpetic manifestations: genicular ganglion, polyneuritis, trigeminal neuralgia; ophthalmic – zosterian shingles: blepharitis, conjunctivitis, iridocyclitis, irritation, keratitis, keratoconjunctivitis, scleritis; disseminated shingles, shingles with other complications, uncomplicated shingles);

4. Smallpox, including monkey smallpox infections (considered eradicated since 1980 but referred to for surveillance purposes);

5. Measles – includes morbili and excludes subacute sclerosing panencephalitis – (complicated measles with encephalitis: postmorbilious encephalitis; measles complicated with meningitis: postmorbilious meningitis; measles complicated with pneumonia: postmorbilious pneumonia; measles with intestinal complications; measles with other complications: measles with keratoconjunctivitis; measles without complications: MEasles NOS);

6. Rubella (German measles) – excludes congenital rubella – (rubella with neurological complications – rubella: encephalitis, meningitis, meningoencephalitis; rubella with other complications – rubella: arthritis, pneumonia; rubella without complications: rubella NOS);

7. Veruca of viral origin (veruca: simplex, vulgaris – excludes anogenital veruca (veneric) and papilloma of the bladder, cervix and larynx);

8. Other viral infections characterized by skin-mucous lesions not elsewhere classified – excludes viral vesicular stomatitis – (other infections with orthopoxvirus: cowlox natural vaccine, orf virus disease, pseudovaccine (milk milk milk-milk erd), vaccination – excludes monkey smallpox infection - , molluscum contagiosum, sudden exanthema (sixth disease), infectious erythema (fifth disease), vecitulary stomatitis with enterovirus exanthema: foot-hand-mouth syndrome; vesicular pharyngitis by enterovirus: herpetic angina; other viral infections characterized by skin-mucous lesions: lymphonodular pharyngitis with enterovirus, foot-mouth syndrome, Tanapox viral syndrome, Yabapox viral syndrome);

9. Viral infections characterized by unspecified skin-mucous lesions (Viral: ENanthemA NOS, noS exanthema);

L. Viral hepatitis – excludes hepatitis with cytomegalovirus, herpes virus hepatitis (herpes simplex), viral hepatitis sechelles:

1. Acute hepatitis A (hepatitis A with hepatic coma; hepatitis A without hepatic coma: hepatitis A (acute) (viral) NOS);

2. Acute hepatitis B (acute hepatitis B with Delta agent (co-infection) and hepatic coma; acute hepatitis B with Delta agent (co-infection) and without hepatic coma; acute hepatitis B without Delta agent with hepatic coma; acute hepatitis B without Delta agent and hepatic coma: hepatitis B (acute) (viral) NOS);

3. Other acute viral hepatitis (acute Delta agent overinfection in a hepatitis carrier; acute hepatitis C; acute hepatitis E; other specified acute viral hepatitis: non-A non-B hepatitis (acute) (viral) NEC);

4. Chronic viral hepatitis (chronic viral hepatitis B with Delta agent; chronic viral hepatitis B without Delta agent: chronic (viral) hepatitis B; chronic viral hepatitis C; other chronic viral hepatitis);

5. Unspecified chronic viral hepatitis (unspecified viral hepatitis with liver coma; unspecified viral hepatitis without a liver coma: NOS viral hepatitis);

M. Diseases by human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) – includes acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS/ AIDS), AIDS/ AIDS with complex links (ARC), symptomatic HIV infection and excludes asymptomatic human immunodeficiency virus (HIV), infection status, HIV exposure, non-specific serological evidence of HIV:

1. Diseases by human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) associated with other infectious and parasitic diseases – excludes acute infectious and parasitic infection syndrome

2. Diseases by human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) associated with malignant tumors;

3. Diseases by human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) associated with other unspecified diseases (HIV disease resulting in: encephalopathy; interstitial lymphoid pneumonia; Slim disease; emaciation syndrome);

4. Diseases by human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) associated with other conditions (acute HIV infection syndrome; HIV disease associated with other specified conditions: HIV disease associated with persistent generalized lymphadenopathy);

5. Diseases by unspecified human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) (acquired AIDS/ AIDS NOS immunodeficiency syndrome; AIDS/ AIDS with complex links (ARC) NOS);

N. Other viral diseases:

1. Cytomegalovirus disease – excludes congenital cytomegalovirus infection, cytomegalovirus mononucleosis (pneumopathy with cytomegalovirus; cytomegalovirus hepatitis; cytomegalovirus pancreatitis; other diseases with cytomegalovirus; diseases with cytomegalovirus unspecified);

2. Mumps – includes epidemic, infectious parotiditis (urlian orhitis; urlian meningitis; urlian encephalitis; urlian pancreatitis; mumps with other complications: arthritis, myocarditis, nephritis, polyneuropathy; uncomplicated mumps – mumps: NOS, parotiditis NOS);

3. Infectious mononucleosis – includes glandular fever, monocytic angina, Pfeiffer's disease (subfamily gammaherpesviruses (mononucleosis): mononucleosis by Epstein-Barr virus; mononucleosis with cytomegalovirus; other infectious mononucleosis; unspecified infectious mononucleosis);

4. Viral conjunctivitis – excludes eye disease with herpes virus (herpes simplex), shingles (keratoconjunctivitis with adenovirus: epidemic keratoconjunctivitis, Shipyard eye; adenovirus conjunctivitis: acute follicular conjunctivitis by adenovirus, pool conjunctivitis; viral pharyngo-conjunctivitis; acute hemorrhagic conjunctivitis (enteroviral) – conjunctivitis by: coxackie virus type 24, enterovirus type 70, hemorrhagic conjunctivitis (acute) (epidemic); other viral conjunctivitis: Newcastle conjunctivitis;

5. Other viral diseases not elsewhere classified (epidemic myalgia: Bornholm disease; Ross River disease: exantematous epidemic arthritis, Ross River fever; viral carditis; retrovirus infection not elsewhere classified: NOS retrovirus infection; other specified viral diseases);

6. Viral infections with unspecified localization – excludes cytomegalovirus disease NOS, herpes virus infection (herpes simplex) NOS, NOS retrovirus infection, viral agents in diseases classified in other diseases (unspecified adenoviral infection; unspecified enteroviral infection: coxsackie NOS virus infection, ECHO NOS virus infection; unspecified coronaviral infection; unspecified parvoviral infection; unspecified papovaviral infection; other viral diseases with unspecified localization; unspecified viral infection: NOS viremia);

O. Mycoses – excludes hypersensitive pneumopathy due to organic dust, fungoid mycosis:

1. Dermatophytosis – includes favus, infections caused by species of epidermophyton, microsporum and trichophyton, also held any type specified as superficial mycosis (holding the beards and the hairy part of the head: holding the chin, kerion, holding the hairy part of the head, mycotic sycosis; nail holding: dermatophytic onichia, nail dermatophytosis, onicomicosis, nail holding; holding the hand: dermatophytosis of the hand, holding the hand; holding the foot: athlete's foot, foot dermatophytosis, holding the foot; holding the body; holding the nest: tokeleau; holding the crural: scabia Dhobi, tinea vintres, scabia Jock; other dermatophytosis – dermatophytosis: disseminated, granulomatous; dermatophytosis unspecified: tinea NOS);

2. Other superficial mycoses (pityriasis versicolor – tinea: flava, versicolor; tinea nigra: nigricans keratomicosis of the palm, microsporosis nigra, pityriasis nigra; white foot: white tinea; black foot; other specified superficial mycoses; unspecified superficial mycoses);

3. Candidiaza – includes: candidiasis, moniliasis; excludes: neonatal candidiasis (stomatitis by candida: muguet; pulmonary candidiasis; candidiasis of the skin and nails – by candida: onyxis, paronyxis – excludes diaper dermatitis (napkin); candidiasis of the vulva and vagina: vulvovaginitis by candida, vulvovaginitis through monilia, vaginal thrush; candidiasis of other uro-genital localizations – by candida: balanitis, urethritis; meningitis by candida; endocarditis by candida; sepsis by candida; candidiasis with other localizations; esophagitis by candida; candidiasis with other localizations; unspecified candidiasis: NOS thrush);

4. Coccidioidomycosis (acute pulmonary coccidioidomycosis; chronic pulmonary coccidioidomycosis; unspecified pulmonary coccidioidomycosis; cutaneous coccidioidomycosis; meningitis by coccidioidomycosis; disseminated coccidioidomycosis: generalized coccidioidomycosis; other forms of coccidioidomycosis; coccidioidomycosis not specified);

5. Histoplasmosis (acute pulmonary histoplasmosis by Histoplasma capsulatum; chronic pulmonary histoplasmosis by Histoplasma capsulatum; histoplasmosis disseminated by Histoplasm capsulatum: generalized histoplasmosis; histoplasmosis by histoplasma capsulatum unspecified: American histoplasmosis; unspecified histoplasmosis);

6. Blastomycosis – excludes Brazilian blastomycosis, cheloidal blastomycosis (acute pulmonary blastomycosis; chronic pulmonary blastomycosis; unspecified pulmonary blastomycosis; skin blastomycosis; disseminated blastomycosis: generalized blastomycosis; other forms of blastomycosis; unspecified blastomycosis);

7. Paracoccidioidomycosis – includes Brazilian blastomycosis, Lutz disease (pulmonary paracoccidioidomycosis; disseminated paracoccidioidomycosis: generalized paracoccidioidomycosis; other forms of paracoccidioidomycosis; unspecified paracoccidioidomycosis);

8. Sporotrichosis (pulmonary sporotrichosis; lymphocutaneous sporotrichosis; disseminated sporotrichosis: generalized sporotrichosis; other forms of sporotrichosis; unspecified sporotrichosis);

9. Chromomycosis and phaeomicotic abscess (cutaneous chromomycosis: verucous dermatitis; phaeomicotic brain abscess: cerebral chromomycosis; subcutaneous phaeomicotic abscess and cyst; other forms of chromomycosis; unspecified chromomycosis);

10. Aspergillosis – includes aspergilloma (invasive pulmonary arpergillosis; other pulmonary aspergillosis; tonsil aspergillosis; disseminated aspergillosis: generalized aspergillosis; other forms of aspergillosis; unspecified aspergillosis);

11. Cryptococcosis (pulmonary cryptococcosis; cerebral cryptococcosis: meningitis with cryptococcus, cerebrococcosis cerebrococosis; dermal cryptococcosis; cryptococcosis; bone cryptococcosis; disseminated cryptococcosis: generalized cryptococcosis, other forms of cryptococcosis; unspecified cryptococcosis);

12. Zygomycosis (pulmonary mucormycosis; rhino-cerebral mucormycosis; gastrointestinal mucormycosis; skin mucormycosis: subcutaneous mucormycosis; disseminated mucormycosis: generalized mucormycosis; unspecified mucormycosis; other zygomycoses: entomophthroromycosis; unspecified zygomycosis: NOS phychomycosis);

13. Mymetom (Eumimetom: leg of Madura mycotic, maduromycosis; actinomicetoma; unspecified mymetoma: foot of Madura NOS);

14. Other mycoses not elsewhere classified (lobomycosis: cheloid blastomycosis, Lobo disease; rhinosporidiosis; allescheriasis: infection due to Pseudallescheria boydii – excludes eumicetom; geotrichosis: stomatitis by Geotrichum; penicillasis; opportunistic mycoses: mycoses caused by low-virulence fungi that can cause infection only as a consequence of factors such as the presence of a debilitating disease or the administration of immunosuppressive and other therapeutic agents or after radiotherapy (most responsible fungi are common saprofites of soil and decaying vegetation); other specified mycoses: aspiromicosis);

15. Unspecified mycoses (fungemia NOS);

P. Protozoa diseases – excludes amibiasis, other intestinal diseases by protozoa:

1. Paludism with Plasmodium falciparum – includes mixed infections with Plasmodium falciparum with any other species of plasmodium (paludism with Plasmodium falciparum with brain complications: cerebral paludism NOS; other severe forms or complications of Paludium falciparum: paludism with Plasmodium falciparum severe or complicated NOS; paludism with Plasmodium falciparum unspecified);

2. Plasmodium vivax paludism – includes combined infections of Plasmodium vivax with other Plasmodium species, except Plasmodium falciparum and excludes combinations with Plasmodium falciparum (paludism with Plasmodium vivax with spleen rupture; Paludism with Plasmodium vivax with other complications; paludism with Plasmodium vivax without complications: paludism with Plasmodium vivax NOS);

3. Plasmodium malariae paludism – includes combined infections of Plasmodium malariae with other plasmodium species, except Plasmodium falciparum and vivax (paludism with Plasmodium malariae with nephropathy; paludism with Plasmodium malariae with other complications; paludism with Plasmodium malariae without complications: paludism with Plasmodium malariae NOS);

4. Other forms of parasitologically confirmed paludism (paludism with Plasmodium ovale – excluded when combined with Plasmodium falciparum, vivax and malariae; paludism with simian plasmodii – excluded when combined with Plasmodium falciparum, vivax, malariae, oval; other paludisms specified with parasitological confirmation not elsewhere classified: noS confirmed parasitological paludism);

5. Unspecified paludism (clinically diagnosed paludism without parasitological confirmation);

6. Leishmaniasis (Visceral Leishmaniasis – Kala-azar, dermal leishmaniasis after Kala-azar; cutaneous leishmaniasis; cutaneous leishmaniaza; unspecified leishmaniasis);

7. African trypanosomiasis (trypanosomiasis gambiense: infection due to Trypanosoma brucei gambiense, West African sleep sickness; trypanosoma rhodesiense: East African sleep disease, infection due to Trypanosoma brucei rhodensiense; unspecified African trypanosomiasis: NOS sleep disease, NOS trypanisomaasis in places where African trypanosomiasis is taken);

8. Chagas disease – includes American trypanosomiasis, infection due to Trypanosoma cruzi (Acute Chagas disease with heart touch: acute Chagas disease with myocarditis; Acute Chagas disease without touching the heart: acute Chagas disease NOS; Chagas disease (chronic) with heart touch: American trypanosomiasis NOS, Chagas disease (chronic) (with) myocarditis or NOS, TRYpanosomiasiSis NOS in places where Chagas disease is prevalent; Chagas disease (chronic) with touch of the digestive system; Chagas disease (chronic) with touch of the nervous system; Chagas disease (chronic) with touching other organs);

9. Toxoplasmosis – includes infections due to Toxoplasma gondii and excludes congenital toxoplasmosis (toxoplasma oculopathy: toxoplasma chorioretinitis; toxoplasma hepatitis; Toxoplasma meningoencephalitis; Pulmonary toxoplasma; Toxoplasma with touching of other organs – with toxoplasma: myocarditis, myosis; Unspecified toxoplasmosis);

10. Pneumocystosis (Pneumonia due to Pneumocystis carinii);

11. Other diseases by protozoa not elsewhere classified – excludes cryptosporidiosis, intestinal microsporidiosis, isosporiosis (Babesiosis: pyroplasmosis; Acanthamoebiosis: conjunctivitis due to Acanthamoeba, keratoconjunctivitis due to Acanthamoeba; Naegleriasis: primary amoebic meningoencephalitis; other diseases specified by protozoa);

12. Diseases by unspecified protozoa.

R. Helminthiaze:

1. Schistosomiasis (bilharziaza) – includes bilharzian fever (Schistosomiasis through Schistosoma haematobium (urinary schistosomiasis); schistosomiasis through schistosoma mansoni (intestinal schistosomiasis); Schistosomiasis by Schistosoma japonicum: Asian schistosomiasis; Cercarian dermatitis: itching of swimmers; Other forms of schistosomiasis: infection due to Schistosoma intercalatum, mathei, mekongi; Unspecified schistosomiasis);

2. Other infections with parasites (Opistorchiase – infection due to: cat liver parasite, Opisthorchis (felineus) (viverrini); Clonorchiase: Chinese disease with liver parasite, infection due to Clonorchis sinensis, oriental disease with liver parasite; Dicocoeliasis: infection due to Dricocoelium dendriticum, Lancet parasite infection; Fasciolaza: infection due to giant Fasciola, liver or indica, disease by hepatic parasite of sheep; Paragonimosis: infection due to a species of Paragonimus, disease by pulmonary parasite, pulmonary dystomatosis; Fasciolopsiase: infection due to Fasciolopsis buski, intestinal dystomatosis; Other infections with parasites: echinostomiasis, heterophysasis, metagonomiase, nanophysiotiasis, watsoniasis: Infections with unspecified parasites);

3. Echinococcosis – includes hydatiosis (Infection of the liver with Echinococcus granulosus; Pulmonary infection with Echinococcus granulosus; bone infection with Echinocccus granulosus; Infection with Echinococcus granulosus with other localizations and multiple localizations; infection with Echinococcus granulosus unspecified; Liver infection with Echinococcus multilocularis; Infection with Echinococcus multilocularis with other multiple localizations and localizations; Infection with unspecified multilocularis Echinococcus; Liver infection with unspecified Echinococcus; Other Echioococcus and unspecified infections: Echinococcosis NOS);

4. Teniasis – excludes cysticercosis (Infection with Taenia solium: pig's cestode (infection); Infection with Taenia saginata: beef cestode (infection), infection due to adult cestode Taenia saginata; Infection with unspecified Taenia);

5. Cystercosis – includes cystercose infection due to the larvae Taenia solium (Cystercosis of the central nervous system; Cystercosis of the eye; Cystercosis with other localizations; Unspecified cystercose);

6. Diphyllothriasis and sparcanosis (Diphyllothriasis: infection with Diphyllobothrium (adult) (latum) (pacificum); Cestode of fish (infection) – excludes larval diphyllothriase; Sparganosis: infection due to sparcanum (mansoni) (proliferum), Spirometra larva, larva leverlobothriaza larvar, spirometrosis);

7. Other cestode infections (Infection with Hymenollepsis: dwarf cestode (infection), rat cestode (infection); Dipylidium infection: dog's cestode (infection); Other infections with specified cestodes: ash; infection by unspecified cestodes: cestode (infection) NOS);

8. Draconculosis (Guinea worm infection, infection due to Draconculus medinensis);

9. Orchocercosis (Infection with Orchocerca volvulus; Orchocercosis; The cetacean of rivers);

10. Filariasis – excludes orchicercosis and tropical (pulmonary) eosinophilia (pulmonary) NOS (Filariasis with Wuchereria bancrofti – Bancroftian: elephantiasis, filariasis; Filariasis due to Brugia malay; Filariasis due to Brugia timori; Loiasis: Calabar edema, nematoda disease in Africa, Loa loa infection; Mansonelliosis – infection due to Mansonella: ozzardi, perstans, streptocerca; Other filariasis; Unspecified filariasis);

11. Trichinelosis (Infection due to species of Trichinella, Trichiniaza);

12. Diseases with nematodes – includes uncinariasis (Ankylostomiasis – infection due to some species of Ancylostoma; Necatoriasis – infection due to Necator americanus; Other ankylostomiases; Unspecified ankylostomiasis – Larva migrans skin NOS);

13. Ascariasis – includes ascaridiasis, infection with Ascaris (Ascariasis with intestinal complications through Ascaris; Ascariates with other complications; Unspecified ascariasis);

14. Strongyloidasis – excludes trichostrongyliase (Intestinal Strongyloidasis; Skin strongyloidiasis; Strongyloidiasis disseminated; Strongyloidiasis unspecified);

15. Trichuriasis (Trichocephaliasis; Trichocephalus (disease) (infection));

16. Enterobiosis (Enterobius vericularis (oxyuris); Other nematodes);

17. Other intestinal helminthiasis not elsewhere classified – excludes angiostrongyliase due to Parastrongylus cantonensis (Anisakiaza – infection due to Anisakis larvae; Intestinal capillariasis: Capillariasis NOS, infection due to Capillaria philippinensis – excludes hepatic capillarariasis; Trichostrongyliase; Angyostrongyliosis intestinal – angiostrongyliosis due to Parastrongylus costaricensis; Mixed intestinal helminthiasis – infection due to intestinal helminths that can be classified in more than one of the conditions presented; Mixed helmintasis NOS; Other specified intestinal helminthiasis – infection due to: species of Esophostomum (esophagostomiasis), Ternidens diminutus (ternidensitiasis));

18. Unspecified intestinal parasites (Unspecified intestinal helminthiasis; Unspecified intestinal parasitosis);

19. Other helminthiasis – excludes capillaryasis: intestinal, NOS (Larva migrans visceral – Toxocariasis; Gnathostomiasis – dermatitis with traveler edema; Angiostrongyliasis due to Parastrongylus cantonensis – meningoencephalitis with eosinophilia – excludes intestinal angiostrongyliasis; Syngamia – Syngamosis; Internal hirudiniasis – excludes external hirudiniasis; Other specified helminthiasis: Acanthocephaliasis, Gongylonemiasis, Hepatic Capillariasis, Metastrongyliase, Thelaziosis; Unspecified helminthiasis: NOS worms – excludes noS intestinal helminthiasis);

S. Pediculosis, mites and other infestations:

1. Pediculosis and phthyriasis (Pediculosis with Pediculus humanus capitis – head infestation with lice; Pediculosis with Pediculus humanus corporis – infestation of the body with lice; Unspecified pediculosis; Fthyriasis – infestation by wide louse, Phthhirus pubis; Pediculosis and combined phthyriasis – multiple infestation);

2. Scabia (Sarcoptic erythema);

3. Miaza – includes infestation with fly larvae (Skin miase – rampant miase; Skin wound miasis – traumatic miasis; Eyem; Nasopharyngeal miase – laryngeal miasis; Ear miase; Miaza with other localizations – genitourinary miase, intestinal miasis; Unspecified miase);

4. Other infestations (Other mites – mite dermatitis, dermatitis due to – species of Demodex, Dermanyssus gallinae, Liponyssoids sanguineus, thrombiculosis – excludes scabies; Tungiasis (infestation with sand fleas); Other infestations by arthropods – scarabias; External hirudiniasis: NOS leeches infestation – excludes internal hirudiniasis; Other specified infestations: Ichtyoparasitism due to Vandellia cirrhasa, Linguatulosis, Porocephaliasis; Unspecified infestation - NOS (cutaneous) infestation, NOS acarid infestation, NOS skin parasites);

5. Unspecified parasitic diseases.

T. Sequels of infectious and parasitic diseases – These categories are used to indicate diseases considered to be the cause of sequelae; sequelae include conditions specified as such; also include the late effects of diseases that can be classified in the categories already presented if there is evidence that the disease itself is no longer present: 1. Sechelles of tuberculosis (Sechels of tuberculosis of the central nervous system; Sechelles of genitourinary tuberculosis; Sechelles of bone tuberculosis and joints; Sechelles of tuberculosis of other organs; Sechelles of respiratory and unspecified tuberculosis – sechelles of NOS tuberculosis);

2. Polyomyelitis sechelles;

3. The sechelles of the lepre;

4. Sechelles of other unspecified infectious and parasitic diseases (Sechelles of the tracom; Sequels of viral encephalitis; Sequels of viral hepatitis; Sechelles of other specified infectious and parasitic diseases; Sechelles of other unspecified infectious and parasitic diseases);

U. Agents of bacterial, viral and other infections:

1. Streptococcus and staphylococcus as the cause of other diseases classified differently (Streptococcus group A, B or D, cause of diseases classified in other chapters;

Streptococcus pneumoniae, the cause of diseases classified in other chapters; Another streptococcus cause of diseases classified in other chapters; Streptococcus group C; Streptococcus group G; Streptococcus another specified group; Streptococcus not specified as the cause of diseases classified in other chapters; Staphilococcus aureus, the cause of diseases classified in other chapters; Another staphylococcus as a cause of diseases classified in other chapters; Staphylococcus not specified as the cause of diseases classified in other chapters);

2. Other bacterial agents cause diseases classified in other chapters (Mycoplasma pneumoniae cause of diseases classified in other chapters – Pleuro-pneumonia as an organism (PPLO); Klebsiella pneumoniae, the cause of diseases classified in other chapters; Escherichia coli, the cause of diseases classified in other chapters; Haemophilus influenzae, the cause of diseases classified in other chapters; Haemophilus influenzae type B, the cause of diseases classified in other chapters; Haemophilus influenzae other type specified, the cause of diseases classified in other chapters; Haemophilus influenzae type unspecified, the cause of diseases classified in other chapters; Proteus (mirabilis) (morganii) , the cause of diseases classified in other chapters; Pseudomonas (aeruginosa) (Burkholderia pseudommallei) (mallei), the cause of diseases classified in other chapters; Bacillus fragilis, the cause of diseases classified in other chapters; Clostridium perfringens, the cause of diseases classified in other chapters; Other specific bacterial agents, the cause of diseases classified in other chapters; Helycobacter pylori, the cause of diseases classified in other chapters; Other bacterial and unspecified agents, the cause of diseases classified in other chapters);

3. Viruses as the cause of diseases classified in other chapters (Adenoviruses, the cause of diseases classified in other chapters; Enteroviruses, the cause of diseases classified in other chapters – cocksakie viruses, ECHO viruses; Coronaviruses, the cause of diseases classified in other chapters; Retroviruses, the cause of diseases classified in other chapters – Lentivirus, Oncovirus; Respiratory sincitial virus, the cause of diseases classified in other chapters; Reoviruses, the cause of diseases classified in other chapters; Parvoviruses, the cause of diseases classified in other chapters; Papillomaviruses, the cause of diseases classified in other chapters; Other viruses, the cause of diseases classified in other chapters);

V. Other infectious diseases:

1. Infectious diseases, other and unspecified.

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