Chapter 4: Diagnosing and Coding Congenital Anomalies
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When planning activities for a surveillance programme, it's important to consider the scope of the programme. Which congenital anomalies might a programme plan to monitor? This chapter presents a list of congenital anomalies to consider in the initial phase of monitoring. They were chosen because they are relatively easy to identify at birth, have a significant public health impact, and some of them have the potential to be prevented through public health interventions.
- Clinical information about four major types of congenital anomalies
- Relevant ICD-10 and other codes
- Access to photographs that exhibit clinical characteristics of featured diagnoses.
- Use the Photo Atlas to view photographs and relevant classification codes of birth defects.
- The Atlas can assist program staff in diagnosing and coding birth defects.
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