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A Reflection of ICD-10 Structure

The Diseases DB section of DX is structured to mirror the comprehensive organization of ICD-10. But how does this vast classification system work? Similar to the chapters of a book, ICD-10 is divided into chapters, categories, and specific codes. Each level gets more specific.

  • Chapters: Broad divisions, like sections in a library, addressing different disease sets, such as the nervous or respiratory system.
  • Categories: Blocks of codes within chapters representing related conditions.
  • Diagnosis Codes Specific identifiers for individual diseases or conditions.

By emulating ICD-10's structure, DX DB facilitates easy and accurate navigation through the vast world of health conditions.

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Top Rated Diseases:

Other salmonella infections

Other Salmonella Infections: Symptoms, Causes, and Treatment Salmonella infections are commonly associated with food poisoning. However, there are...

Raiting: 2 ICD-10 Code: A02

Acute pyelonephritis

What is Acute Pyelonephritis? Acute pyelonephritis is a severe and sudden bacterial infection of the kidneys, which can cause fever, chills, and p...

Raiting: 1 ICD-10 Code: N10

Amebiasis, unspecified

Amebiasis, Unspecified: Causes, Symptoms, and Treatment Amebiasis, unspecified, is a type of parasitic infection caused by the amoeba Entamoeba hi...

Raiting: 1 ICD-10 Code: A06.9

Neonatal jaundice due to excessive hemolysis, unspecified

Understanding Neonatal Jaundice due to Excessive Hemolysis, Unspecified Neonatal jaundice is a common condition that occurs in newborns and is cha...

Raiting: 1 ICD-10 Code: P58.9

Hb-SS disease with crisis

Hb-SS Disease with Crisis: Understanding the Condition and Ways to Manage It Hb-SS disease with crisis is a genetic blood disorder that affects th...

Raiting: 1 ICD-10 Code: D57.0

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Cholera, unspecified

Cholera is a bacterial infection that causes severe diarrhea and vomiting, leading to dehydration and potentially life-threatening complications. A...

Raiting: 3 ICD-10 Code: A00.9

Amebic liver abscess

Amebic liver abscess is a serious and potentially life-threatening condition caused by the parasitic infection of the liver with the amoeba Entamoe...

Raiting: 2 ICD-10 Code: A06.4

Salmonella infection, unspecified

Salmonella is a type of bacteria that can cause infection in humans and animals. It is usually spread through contaminated food or water, and can c...

Raiting: 2 ICD-10 Code: A02.9

Primary hyperoxaluria

Primary hyperoxaluria (PH) is a rare genetic disorder characterized by the overproduction and accumulation of oxalate in the body, leading to the f...

Raiting: 1 ICD-10 Code: E72.53

Dementia in other diseases classified elsewhere, unspecified severity, without behavioral disturbance, psychotic disturbance, mood disturbance, and anxiety

Dementia is a general term used to describe a decline in cognitive abilities such as memory, thinking, and communication. It is often associated wi...

Raiting: 1 ICD-10 Code: F02.80