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Appendix B: Classification of Diagnoses, by Syndrome/System Grouping - GeoSentinel Surveillance System


Acute diarrhea

Amebas, other (Entamoeba hartmani, Escherichia nana, E. coli, E. polecki)

Clostridium difficile-associated disease

Campylobacter

Cholera (toxigenic Vibrio cholerae)

Cryptosporidium

Cyclospora

Diarrhea, acute bacterial

Diarrhea, acute parasitic

Diarrhea, acute unspecified

Diarrhea, acute viral

Dientamebiasis (Dientamoeba fragilis)

Dysentery, acute unspecified

Entamoeba histolytica, ameboma

E. histolytica, diarrhea

E. histolytica, dysentery

E. histolytica/dispar, accompanying diarrhea

Food poisoning

Gastroenteritis

Giardia

Isospora

Noncholera Vibrio

Salmonella, other

Shiga toxin-producing Escherichia coli

Shigella, S. boydii

Shigella, S. dysenteriae

Shigella, S. flexneri

Shigella, S. sonnei

Yersinia species, nonpestis


Chronic diarrhea

Colitis, ulcerative

Crohn disease

Diarrhea, chronic responsive to antiparasitic drugs

Diarrhea, chronic unknown

Inflammatory bowel disease, new onset post-travel (Crohn or ulcerative colitis)

Irritable bowel syndrome

Irritable bowel syndrome, postinfectious

Lactose intolerance, postinfectious

Malabsorption

Sprue, tropical


Gastrointestinal, other

Abscess, pyogenic liver

Anal fissure

Anisakis

Appendicitis

Ascaris, intestinal

Biliary disease, other (includes cholelithiasis and biliary colic)

Blastocystis sp.

Celiac disease

Chilomastix mesnili

Cholangitis, nonparasitic

Cholecystitis

Clonorchis

Colitis, unspecified

Colonic polyposis

Constipation

Cyclic vomiting syndrome

Diverticulitis

Dyspepsia

E. histolytica, extraintestinal

E. histolytica/dispar, asymptomatic

Echinococcosis, hepatic

Echinococcosis, hepatic and nonhepatic

Enterobiaisis (pinworm)

Esophagitis

Fasciola

Gastritis, Helicobacter pylori (-)

Gastritis, H. pylori (+)

Gastritis, nonspecified

Gastrointestinal bleeding nonspecified

Gastrointestinal bleeding, diverticular

Gastroesophageal reflux disease

Helminth, intestinal (not diarrhea), unspecified

Hemorrhoids

Hepatic steatosis

Hepatitis A, acute

Hepatitis B carrier, asymptomatic

Hepatitis B, acute

Hepatitis B, chronic

Hepatitis C, acute

Hepatitis C, chronic

Hepatitis Delta

Hepatitis E

Hepatitis, acute unspecified

Hepatitis, chronic unspecified

Hepatomegaly

Hernia

Heterophyes heterophyes infection

Hookworm (A. duodenal, N. Americana)

Nausea, vomiting

Pain, abdominal

Pancreatitits

Peptic ulcer disease, H. pylori (-)

Peptic ulcer disease, H. pylori (+)

Peptic ulcer disease, unspecified

Perforated ulcer

Peritonitis

Protozoa, intestinal (not diarrhea), unspecified

Rectal bleeding

Schistosomiasis, S. japonicum

Schistosomiasis, S. mansoni

Schistosomiasis, S. mekongi

Scombroid, poisoning

Strongyloides, simple intestinal

Tapeworm, D. latum

Tapeworm, H. nana

Tapeworm, T. saginata

Tapeworm, T. solium

Tapeworm, unspecified

Trematode, other

Trichomonas intestinalis

Trichuris trichiura (whipworm)


Febrile/Systemic illness

Abscess, pyogenic (not skin, not tonsillar, not liver, not dental)

Adenitis, lymphadentis

Anaplasma phagocytophilum (human granulocytic anaplasmosis)

Babesiosis

Bacteremia

Barmah Forest Virus

Bartonella bacilliformis

Bartonella henselae (other than cat scratch disease)

Blastomycosis

Brucellosis, acute

Brucellosis, chronic

Cat scratch disease (Bartonella henselae)

Chagas disease, acute

Chikungunya virus infection

Coccidiomycosis

Cryptococcosis

Cytomegalovirus

Dengue (severe or complicated)

Dengue, uncomplicated

Diphtheria

Ebola virus

Ehrlichia chafeensis (human monocytic ehrlichiosos)

Endocarditis

Enterovirus 71 (EV-71)

Epstein-Barr virus

Familial Mediterranean fever

Febrile illness unspecified (<3 weeks)

Febrile illness unspecified (≥3 weeks)

Hand-foot-and-mouth disease

Hantavirus

Hemorrhagic fever syndrome, acute

Histoplasmosis

HIV, acute infection (febrile)

Lassa fever

Leptospirosis

Malaria, drug-resistant, atovaquone-resistant

Malaria, drug-resistant, chloroquine-resistant P. falciparum

Malaria, drug-resistant, chloroquine-resistant P. vivax

Malaria, drug-resistant, mefloquine-resistant

Malaria, drug-resistant, primaquine-resistant P. vivax

Malaria, drug-resistant, quinine-resistant P. falciparum

Malaria, P. falciparum

Malaria, P. knowlesi

Malaria, P. malariae

Malaria, P. ovale

Malaria, P. vivax

Malaria, severe and complicated, cerebral

Malaria, severe and complicated, noncerebral

Malaria, species unknown

Mastitis

Measles

Melioidosis

Meningococcal sepsis (nonmeningeal)

Mononucleosis, unspecified

Mumps

Mycobacterium tuberculosis, disseminated/miliary

Mycobacterium tuberculosis, extrapulmonary

Paracoccidioidomycosis

Parvovirus

Poliomyelitis

Pyomyositis

Q Fever (Coxiella burnetii)

Relapsing fever

Rickettsia akari (rickettsialpox)

Rickettsia felis

Rickettsia (now orientia) tsutsugamushi

Rickettsia prowazeki (epidemic typhus, louse borne)

Rickettsia, species unknown

Rickettsia, tick borne spotted fever (R. africae, R. conorii, R. rickettsii, and other)

Rickettsia typhi (flea-borne murine typhus)

Rift Valley fever

Roseola

Ross River virus

Rubella

Salmonella Paratyphi

Salmonella Typhi

Sepsis

Smallpox (Variola major)

Streptococcal toxin disease (scarlet fever)

Toxoplasma gondii

Trypanosomiasis, African (T.B. gambiense)

Trypanosomiasis, African (T.B. rhodesiense)

Tularemia

Typhoid fever (enteric fever), unspecified

Varicella (chickenpox)

Viral syndrome (no rash)

Viral syndrome with rash

Yellow fever

Yersinia pestis, bubonic


Respiratory

Acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS)

Allergic rhinitis

Anthrax, pulmonary

Asthma

Bronchitis, acute

Bronchitis, chronic

Bronchospasm

Eosinophilia, tropical pulmonary

Eustachian tube dysfunction (ETD)

Hemoptysis

High altitude pulmonary edema

Influenza-like illness

Influenza A

Influenza B

Influenza, avian

Influenza, novel H1N1 (swine)

Legionnaires' disease

Mycobacterium tuberculosis (multidrug resistant or extreme drug resistant)

Mycobacterium tuberculosis, pulmonary

Mycobacterium, atypical, in the lung

Otitis (serious)

Otitis externa

Otitis media, acute

Perforation, tympanic membrane

Pertussis

Pertussis

Pleural effusion

Pleurisy

Pneumonia, atypical (diffuse)

Pneumonia, bacterial (lobar)

Pneumonia, fungal

Respiratory tract infection (upper)

Sever acute respiratory syndrome (SARS)

Sinusitis, acute

Sinusitis, chronic

Yersinia pestis, pneumonic


Dermatologic

Anthrax, cutaneous

Bite, animal other

Bite, cat

Bite, dog

Bite, human

Bite, insect (includes sting)

Bite, insect superinfected

Bite, monkey

Bite, scorpion

Bite, spider

Bite, tick

Burn

Cercarial dermatitis (human)

Creeping eruption other than hookworm-related CLM

Cutaneous larva migrans (CLM), hookworm-related

Cyst

Erythema chronicum migrans

Erythema multiforme

Erythema nodosum

Frostbite

Fungal infection (superficial/cutaneous mycosis)

Fungal infection, subcutaneous

Gnathostoma

Herpes zoster, shingles

Leishmania, cutaneous

Leishmania, mycocutaneous

Leprosy

Lice

Lymphangitis

Marine envenomation

Mites

Mycobacterium, atypical (cutaneous)

Myiasis

Neurodermatitis

Pilonidal cyst

Pruritis, unknown origin

Psoriasis

Rabies, postexposure prophylaxis

Rash, atopic dermatitis

Rash, contact dermatitis

Rash, drug-related

Rash, heat-induced

Rash, petechial

Rash, photosensitivity

Rash, sea bathers eruption

Rash, unknown etiology (non-febrile)

Rash, urticarial (angioedema)

Scabies

Scratch, monkey

Skin and soft tissue infection

Skin and soft tissue infection, secondary bacterial of existing lesion

Skin and soft tissue infection, superficial

Skin abscess

Solar dermatoses (chronic)

Sporotrichosis

Tumor, benign superficial

Tungiasis

Warts, nongenital

Yaws


Adverse events to medication or vaccination

Drug adverse reaction, nonmefloquine (not cutaneous)

Mefloquine intolerance, neuropsychiatric, mild

Mefloquine intolerance, neuropsychiatric, severe

Mefloquine intolerance, other (nonpsychiatric)

Vaccine adverse event (not rash)

Miscellaneous tissue parasites

Ascaris, extraintestinal

Chagas disease, chronic

Cysticercosis (muscular, cutaneous)

Echinococcosis, nonhepatic

Filaria, bancrofti

Filaria, loa loa

Filaria, onchocerciasis

Filaria, other

Filaria, species unknown

Leishmania, visceral

Schistosomiasis, human species unknown

Strongyloides, hyperinfection syndrome

Trichinella

Visceral larva migrans


Oral and dental

Dental abscess

Dental caries

Dental, other

Epistaxis

Gingivitis

Glossitis

Laryngitis

Peritonsillar abscess

Pharyngitis, nonstreptococcal

Paryngitis, streptococcal

Pharyngitis, unspecified

Stomatitis

Thrush

Tonsilitis


Ophthalmologic

Chlamydia trachomatis (ocular)

Conjunctivitis

Corneal ulcer

Eye disease, chronic

Poor vision

Sty/hordeolum/blepharitis

Visual loss


Obstetric/Gynecologic

Cervicitis

Endometritis

Menstrual disorder

Miscarriage

Ovarian cyst

Pelvic inflammatory disease/acute

Pelvic inflammatory disease/chronic

Pregnancy

Prolapse, uterine

Vaginitis


Nonspecific symptoms or findings

Alopecia (hair loss)

Anaphylaxis

Anemia

Antibiotic-resistant bacteria

Chemical intoxication

Dehydration

Edema

Eosinophilia

Failure to thrive (all ages)

Fatigue <1 month (not febrile)

Fatigue ≥1 month (not febrile)

Leukopenia

Lymphadenopathy

Lymphedema

Metabolic disorder

Micronutrient deficiency

Pain, chest (noncardiac)

Palpitations

Protein-calorie malnutrition

Sickle cell crisis

Splenomegaly

Syncope

Vitamin D deficiency/insufficiency

Weight loss

White blood cell, platelet disorder


Psychologic

Anxiety disorder, generalized

Anxiety disorder, health-related

Bipolar affective disorder

Child/adolescent behavioral disorder

Childhood developmental disorder

Delusional parasitosis

Depression - Major depressive disorder

Depression, not otherwise specified

Eating disorder

Insomnia

Jet lag

Obsessive compulsive disorder

Panic attacks/panic disorder

Psychosis

Stress, marital family

Stress, not otherwise specified

Stress, post-traumatic stress disorder

Stress, work-related

Substance abuse (includes alcohol)

Suicide attempt

Violence exposure


Neurologic

Acute mountain sickness (AMS)

Angiostrongyliasis

Ataxia

Botulism

Cerebrovascular accident (CVA)

Ciguatera intoxication

Cranial neuropathy

Dizziness

Encephalitis, acute

Encephalitis, acute, no proven viral etiology

Encephalitis, chronic

Encephalitis, Japanese

Encephalitis, Murray Valley

Encephalitis, tick borne

Encephalitis, viral

Encephalopathy, unspecified

Guillain-Barré

Headache

Hearing loss

High-altitude cerebral edema

HTLV-1/HTLV-2

Lyme disease, chronic (e.g., neurologic)

Meniere's disease

Meningitis, bacterial other

Meningitis, Eosinophilic

Meningitis, free-living amoeba

Meningitis, fungal

Meningitis, H. flu

Meningitis, meningococcal

Meningitis, pneumococcal

Meningitis, viral

Mycobacterium tuberculosis, CNS tuberculoma

Mycobacterium tuberculosis, meningitis

Neurocysticercosis

Neuropathy, peripheral

Papilledema

Poisoning, neurotoxic shellfish

Poisoning, paralytic shellfish

Polyneuritis of unknown origin

Rabies

Seizure disorder

Tetanus

Tinnitus

Transient ischemic attack (TIA)

Trigeminal neuralgia

Vertigo

West Nile virus


Genitourinary and sexually transmitted disease

Balanitis, phimosis

Chancroid

Chlamydia trachomatis (genital)

Chlamydia, lymphogranuloma venereum

Cystitis (noninfectious)

Enuresis

Genital ulcer

Gonorrhea

Hematuria

Hemolytic uremic syndrome (Shiga toxin-associated)

Herpes simplex

Kidney stone/urine stone

Prostatitis, acute

Prostatitis, chronic

Proteinuria

Pyelonephitis

Renal failure, acute

Renal failure, chronic

Schistosomiasis, Schistosoma haematobium


Sexually transmitted disease

Syphilis

Trichomonas vaginalis

Urethritis, gonococcal

Urethritis, nongonococcal

Urethritis, unspecified

Urinary retention

Urinary tract infection, acute

Warts, genital


Injury and musculoskeletal

Abrasion

Arthralgia

Arthritis, nonseptic

Arthritis, septic

Bursitis

Carpal tunnel syndrome

Contusion

Fibromyalgia

Foreign body

Fracture

Head injury

Hematoma

Ingrown toenail

Joint dislocation

Laceration

Lyme disease, arthritis

Multiple sclerosis

Myalgia

Pain, back

Pain, knee

Pain, leg

Pain, neck

Pain, shoulder

Plantar fasciitis

Sciatica

Sprain/strain

Tendinitis

Trauma or injury, miscellaneous


Chronic disease

AIDS

Autoimmune disorders

Cancer

Cancer, hematologic

Cerebral palsy

Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD)

Cirrhosis

Diabetes

G6PD deficient

HIV-asymptomatic

HIV, asymptomatic, newly diagnosed

Intoxication, lead

Parkinson's disease

Reiter's syndrome

Scoliosis

Thalassemia

Thyroid disease

Tuberculosis, positive PPD or positive quantiferon or positive t-spot (not active disease)


Cardiovascular

Congestive heart failure (CHF)

Heart disease, arrythmia

Heart disease, coronary artery disease, angina

Heart disease, other

Hypertension

Myocarditis

Pericarditis

Pulmonary embolism

Thombophelebitis



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