Sequelae of infectious diseases
International Classification of Diseases for Mortality and Morbidity Statistics, 11th Revision, v2022-02
A sequela is a chronic condition resulting from an acute condition and begins during that acute condition. The acute condition is no longer present. The sequela continues after the acute phase of the condition is resolved. For infectious diseases, the original infection is no longer present. The sequelae categories indicate infections as the cause of sequelae which are themselves classified elsewhere. Not to be used for chronic infections. Code the chronic infection to chronic or active infectious disease as appropriate. Use an additional code, if desired, to identify the specific sequelae.
sections/codes in this section (1G80-1G8Y)
- Sequelae of tuberculosis (1G80)
- Sequelae of trachoma (1G81)
- Sequelae of leprosy (1G82)
- Sequelae of poliomyelitis (1G83)
- Sequelae of viral encephalitis (1G84)
- Sequelae of diphtheria (1G85)
- Sequelae of other specified infectious diseases (1G8Y)
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