Cerebral palsy



Coding system
CTV3 (Read V3)
Organisation
OpenSAFELY
Codelist ID
opensafely/cerebral-palsy
Version
1835edac

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Description

Codelist for people with a diagnosis of cerebral palsy

Methodology

Aim to describe people eligible for COVID-19 vaccination due to a record of cerebral palsy.

Based search and inclusion criteria on a set of Read terms previously determined as equivalent to ICD-10 codes G80.0-G80.9 Cerebral palsy (Carter et al 2019, table S1).

Checked against wider codelists for other neurological conditions which included cerebral palsy - all codes in that list had been found.

Aiming to be specific to cerebral palsy and so did not include any codes for quadriplegia, paraplegia, hemiplegia unless specified as infantile or congenital.

The current consensus is that CP is defined by clinical description rather than by pathology or aetiology. (Smithers-Sheedy et al 2014). This codelist did not attempt to identify underlying conditions which may be included within cerebral palsy definitions: we searched for a record of cerebral palsy or a direct synonym, as the aim was to describe people who would be identified as eligible for COVID-19 vaccination due to a record specifically of cerebral palsy.

Included codes were kindly reviewed by Cally Tann at LSHTM.

References

Signed off by

  • Helen McDonald, (Jan. 29, 2021)
code term
F137. (Sympt tors dyston)(athet cereb pals)(cong athetos)(Vogt's)
F1370 (Athetoid cerebral palsy) or (Vogt's dis: [ophth][neurol])
F1371 Athetosis: [double] or [congenital]
F23.. Congenital cerebral palsy (& spastic)
F230. Congenital diplegia (& paraplegia)
F2300 Congenital paraplegia
F230z Congenital diplegia NOS
F231. Infantile hemiplegia
F232. Cerebral palsy &/or congenital quadriplegia
F233. (Congenital monoplegia) or (congenital spastic foot)
F234. Infantile hemiplegia NOS
F23y. Other congenital cerebral palsy
F23y0 Ataxic infantile cerebral palsy
F23y1 Hypotonic cerebral palsy
F23yz Other infantile cerebral palsy NOS
F23z. Congenital cerebral palsy NOS
Fyu9. [X]Cerebral palsy and other paralytic syndromes
Fyu90 [X]Other infantile cerebral palsy
G669. Cerebral palsy, not congenital or infantile, acute
X00Em Infantile cerebral palsy
X00En Spastic cerebral palsy
X00Eo Cerebral palsy with spastic tetraparesis
X00Ep Paraplegia - congenital
X00Eq Cerebral palsy with spastic/ataxic diplegia
X00Er Monoplegic cerebral palsy affecting upper limb
X00Es Monoplegic cerebral palsy affecting lower limb
X00Eu Dyskinetic cerebral palsy
X00Ew Dystonic/rigid cerebral palsy
X00Ez Congenital pseudobulbar palsy
XE15M Double athetosis
XE15V Congenital monoplegia
XE181 Cerebral palsy (&/or infantile) &/or infantile hemiplegia
XE2Q7 Athetoid cerebral palsy
XE2Q8 Cerebral palsy
XE2Q9 Cerebral palsy with spastic diplegia
XE2se Cerebral palsy with spastic tetraplegia
XM1Pu Congenital cerebral palsy
XM1Pv Congenital spastic cerebral palsy
XM1Pw Congenital quadriplegia
XM1Px Congenital diplegia
Xa0lI Congenital non-progressive ataxia
Xa0lM Ataxic cerebral palsy
XaB4P Congenital athetosis
XaBE2 Cerebral palsy, not congenital or infantile, acute
XaNWb Worster-Drought syndrome
XaYfK Spastic hemiplegic cerebral palsy
XaYgp Spastic quadriplegic cerebral palsy
XaaVJ Gross Motor Function Classification System for CP level I
XaaVK Gross Motor Function Classification System for CP level II
XaaWD Gross Motor Function Classification System for CP level III
XaaWE Gross Motor Function Classification System for CP level IV
XaaWF Gross Motor Function Classification System for CP level V
XaadE Choreoathetoid cerebral palsy
Xab3R Bilateral spastic cerebral palsy
Y6151 Congenital hemiplegia
Y7227 Infantile cerebral palsy NOS

Codes not in the full codelist are in faint grey.

This page shows the search terms that were used to build the codelist. Concepts that match the search terms, but which were excluded, are in faint grey.

athetos

Included 4 out of 12 matching concepts.

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  • (Expyr dis NOS)(bleph)(chor-ath)(wr cramp)(myo jerk)(sp tor) (XE17p)
  • (Sympt tors dyston)(athet cereb pals)(cong athetos)(Vogt's) (F137.)
  • Athetosis (XM046)
  • Athetosis: [double] or [congenital] (F1371)
  • Congenital athetosis (XaB4P)
  • Double athetosis (XE15M)
  • Kinesiogenic choreoathetosis (X0048)
  • O/E - athetosis (2973.)
  • Paroxysmal choreoathetosis (F1351)
  • Paroxysmal dystonia (X0049)
  • Pseudoathetosis (Xa7MB)
  • [D]Athetosis, acquired, NOS (R0104)

atonia

Included 1 out of 25 matching concepts.

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  • Acute exacerbation of chronic catatonic schizophrenia (E1024)
  • Acute exacerbation of subchronic catatonic schizophrenia (E1023)
  • Adverse reaction to other cathartics+intestinal atonia drug (TJD3.)
  • Adverse reaction to other cathartics/intestinal atonia NOS (TJD3z)
  • Ambitendence (X763V)
  • Arobon 80% powder (a721.)
  • Automatic compliance (X763b)
  • Catatonia (X763T)
  • Catatonic excitement (X763c)
  • Catatonic schizophrenia in remission (E1025)
  • Ceratonia (a72..)
  • Ceratonia 80% powder (a72z.)
  • Chronic catatonic schizophrenia (E1022)
  • Congenital cerebral palsy (& spastic) (F23..)
  • Echopraxia (X763X)
  • Forced grasping (X763W)
  • Freezing in one posture (X763a)
  • Gastric atonia (J16y6)
  • Gegenhalten (X763Z)
  • Negativism (X763U)
  • Subchronic catatonic schizophrenia (E1021)
  • Unspecified catatonic schizophrenia (E1020)
  • Waxy flexibility (X763Y)
  • [X](Cat schiz)(cat stupor)(schiz catalep)(schiz flex cerea) (Eu202)
  • [X]Poisoning by other laxatives, incl intestin atonia drugs (SyuFW)

cerebral palsy

Included 53 out of 77 matching concepts.

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  • (Athetoid cerebral palsy) or (Vogt's dis: [ophth][neurol]) (F1370)
  • (Sympt tors dyston)(athet cereb pals)(cong athetos)(Vogt's) (F137.)
  • Ataxic cerebral palsy (Xa0lM)
  • Ataxic infantile cerebral palsy (F23y0)
  • Athetoid cerebral palsy (XE2Q7)
  • Athetosis: [double] or [congenital] (F1371)
  • Bilateral spastic cerebral palsy (Xab3R)
  • Cerebral palsy (XE2Q8)
  • Cerebral palsy &/or congenital quadriplegia (F232.)
  • Cerebral palsy (&/or infantile) &/or infantile hemiplegia (XE181)
  • Cerebral palsy with spastic diplegia (XE2Q9)
  • Cerebral palsy with spastic tetraparesis (X00Eo)
  • Cerebral palsy with spastic tetraplegia (XE2se)
  • Cerebral palsy with spastic/ataxic diplegia (X00Eq)
  • Cerebral palsy, not congenital or infantile, acute (XaBE2)
  • Cerebral palsy, not congenital or infantile, acute (G669.)
  • Choreoathetoid cerebral palsy (XaadE)
  • Congenital apraxia (X00Ey)
  • Congenital cerebral palsy (XM1Pu)
  • Congenital cerebral palsy (& spastic) (F23..)
  • Congenital cerebral palsy NOS (F23z.)
  • Congenital diplegia (XM1Px)
  • Congenital diplegia (& paraplegia) (F230.)
  • Congenital diplegia NOS (F230z)
  • Congenital dysphasia (X00F1)
  • Congenital expressive dysphasia (X00F2)
  • Congenital monoplegia (XE15V)
  • Congenital non-progressive ataxia (Xa0lI)
  • Congenital paraplegia (F2300)
  • Congenital pseudobulbar palsy (X00Ez)
  • Congenital quadriplegia (XM1Pw)
  • Congenital receptive dysphasia (X00F3)
  • Congenital spastic cerebral palsy (XM1Pv)
  • Double athetosis (XE15M)
  • Dysequilibrium syndrome (X00Ex)
  • Dyskinetic cerebral palsy (X00Eu)
  • Dystonic/rigid cerebral palsy (X00Ew)
  • FH: Infantile cerebral palsy (1295.)
  • Finding SCPE class neonatl neuroimag results children wth CP (XabH5)
  • Gross Motor Function Classification System CP level finding (XaaVI)
  • Gross Motor Function Classification System Cerebral Palsy (XaaVG)
  • Gross Motor Function Classification System for CP level I (XaaVJ)
  • Gross Motor Function Classification System for CP level II (XaaVK)
  • Gross Motor Function Classification System for CP level III (XaaWD)
  • Gross Motor Function Classification System for CP level IV (XaaWE)
  • Gross Motor Function Classification System for CP level V (XaaWF)
  • Hypotonic cerebral palsy (F23y1)
  • Infantile cerebral palsy (X00Em)
  • Infantile cerebral palsy NOS (Y7227)
  • Infantile hemiplegia (F231.)
  • Infantile hemiplegia NOS (F234.)
  • Monoplegic cerebral palsy affecting lower limb (X00Es)
  • Monoplegic cerebral palsy affecting upper limb (X00Er)
  • Other congenital cerebral palsy (F23y.)
  • Other infantile cerebral palsy NOS (F23yz)
  • Paraplegia - congenital (X00Ep)
  • SCPE cl predominant pattern A.2 - unspecified maldevelopment (XabIH)
  • SCPE class pred pat B.2 seql intravent haem perivent infarct (XabJa)
  • SCPE class predm patt C.1 basal ganglia and thalamus lesions (XabJd)
  • SCPE class predom patt C.3 infarct of middle cerebral artery (XabJf)
  • SCPE class predominant pattern A - maldevelopment (XabH6)
  • SCPE class predominant pattern A.1.2 - disorder of migration (XabHc)
  • SCPE class predominant pattrn A.1.3 disorder of organisation (XabHd)
  • SCPE classif predominant patt B predomnt white matter injury (XabH7)
  • SCPE classif predominant patt C predominant grey mattr injry (XabH8)
  • SCPE classif predominnt patt B.1 periventriculr leucomalacia (XabJZ)
  • SCPE classification - predominant pattern D - unspecified (XabHL)
  • SCPE classification predominant pattern E - normal (XabJc)
  • SCPE classification predomnt patt C.2 - parasagittal lesions (XabJe)
  • SCPE cls prd pat B.3 comb periven leucoml intravent haem seq (XabJb)
  • SCPE cls predominant pattern A.1.1 - disorder of proliferatn (XabHb)
  • Spastic cerebral palsy (X00En)
  • Spastic hemiplegic cerebral palsy (XaYfK)
  • Spastic quadriplegic cerebral palsy (XaYgp)
  • Worster-Drought syndrome (XaNWb)
  • [X]Cerebral palsy and other paralytic syndromes (Fyu9.)
  • [X]Other infantile cerebral palsy (Fyu90)

dystonia

Included 1 out of 41 matching concepts.

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  • (Sympt tors dyston)(athet cereb pals)(cong athetos)(Vogt's) (F137.)
  • Autosomal dominant idiopathic familial dystonia (X004K)
  • Autosomal recessive idiopathic familial dystonia (X004L)
  • Blepharospasm (F1380)
  • Diurnal dystonia (X004X)
  • Drug-induced acute dystonia (X004H)
  • Drug-induced dystonia (X004G)
  • Drug-induced tardive dystonia (X004I)
  • Dystonia (X76qI)
  • Dystonia disorder (X004F)
  • Edentulous orofacial dystonia (X004S)
  • Fragments of torsion dystonia (F138.)
  • Fragments of torsion dystonia NOS (F138z)
  • Functional dystonia (Y1ff6)
  • Idiopathic familial dystonia (X004J)
  • Idiopathic non-familial dystonia (X004M)
  • Idiopathic orofacial dystonia (X004R)
  • Idiopathic torsion dystonia (F136.)
  • Isolated blepharospasm (X004P)
  • Isolated cervical dystonia (X004N)
  • Isolated oromandibular dystonia (X004T)
  • Meige syndrome (X004Q)
  • Myoclonic dystonia (XaNms)
  • Occupational dystonia (X004W)
  • Oculogyric crisis (X004U)
  • Oral dystonia (Ub1TW)
  • Organic writers' cramp (F1383)
  • Other specified symptomatic torsion dystonia (F137y)
  • Paroxysmal dystonia (X0049)
  • Posthemiplegic dystonia (X004V)
  • Sandifer syndrome (X004E)
  • Sleep-related dystonia (X008G)
  • Spasmodic retrocollis (X004O)
  • Spasmodic torticollis (F1382)
  • Symptomatic torsion dystonia (XE15L)
  • Symptomatic torsion dystonia NOS (F137z)
  • Torsion dystonia (Y9591)
  • Torsion dystonias other involuntary movements drugs Band 1 (XaMEg)
  • Writer's cramp neurosis (E20y1)
  • [X]Dystonia, unspecified (Fyu2A)
  • [X]Other dystonia (Fyu24)

little

Included 1 out of 111 matching concepts.

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  • 10g monofil sensation plantar aspect lit toe L foot absent (XaLAH)
  • 10g monofil sensation plantar aspect lit toe L foot present (XaL9q)
  • 10g monofil sensation plantar aspect lit toe R foot absent (XaLAG)
  • 10g monofil sensation plantar aspect lit toe R foot present (XaL9p)
  • 4LITTLE1 BABY NOSE CLEAR nasal aspirator (p4B1.)
  • Amputated little toe (XaBYD)
  • Anterior epistaxis (X00lD)
  • Base of distal phalanx of little finger (XB04A)
  • Base of middle phalanx of little finger (XB03q)
  • Base of proximal phalanx of little finger (XB03W)
  • Brachyphalangia of little toe (PF666)
  • Camptodactyly-little finger (PF5r8)
  • Carpometacarpal joint of little finger (7NAEC)
  • Cauterisation of Little's area (XaEY6)
  • Collateral ligament metacarpophalangeal joint little finger (7NC4R)
  • Collateral ligament prox interphalangeal joint little finger (7NC4V)
  • Collateral ligamt distal interphalangeal joint little finger (7NC4Z)
  • Combihesive Natura Little Ones 2-pce ost system urostomy bag (x05aC)
  • Combihesive Natura Little Ones S7811 32mm Stomahesive flange (skp2.)
  • Combihesive Natura Little Ones S7812 45mm Stomahesive flange (skp3.)
  • Combihesive Natura Little Ones S7850 32mm ost sys urobag (skp8.)
  • Combihesive Natura Little Ones S7880 32mm drain ost sys bag (skp4.)
  • Combihesive Natura Little Ones S7881 45mm drain ost sys bag (skp5.)
  • Combihesive Natura Little Ones S7891 32mm closed ost sys bag (skp6.)
  • Combihesive Natura Little Ones S7892 45mm closed ost sys bag (skp7.)
  • Combihesive Natura Little Ones closed 2-pce ost system bag (x05aB)
  • Combihesive Natura Little Ones drainable 2-pce ost sysem bag (x05aA)
  • Combihesive Natura Little Ones two-piece ost system flange (x05a9)
  • Combihesive Natura Little Ones two-piece ostomy system (x05a8)
  • Congenital cerebral palsy (& spastic) (F23..)
  • Deficient urine secretion (XM08l)
  • Denture teeth show too little (Xa0np)
  • Digital nerve block of little finger (X00MH)
  • Digital nerve in little (7N08a)
  • Distal interphalangeal joint of little finger (7NAFH)
  • Distal phalanx of little finger (XB03R)
  • Dorsal aspect of little finger (7NB0Y)
  • Examination of fifth toe (Xa2i4)
  • Examination of little finger (Xa2hr)
  • Fascia of little finger (X7524)
  • Fifth tarsometatarsal joint (7NAJA)
  • Fifth toe (7NB1Z)
  • Flexor aspect of little finger (7NB0X)
  • Flexor digitorum profundus to little (7N84P)
  • Flexor digitorum superficialis to little (7N84K)
  • Follicular lichen planus (X507b)
  • Forequarter amputation (& [Berger] or [Littlewood]) (7L040)
  • Gets little exercise (Ub0o6)
  • Head of distal phalanx of little finger (XB04P)
  • Head of middle phalanx of little finger (XB045)
  • Head of proximal phalanx of little finger (XB03l)
  • Hepatotomy: [OS] or [Little] or [Stromeyer] (7804y)
  • Injury of little toe (Xa2D6)
  • Limited a little but no disability recorded (Y166d)
  • Limited a little by behavioural and emotional disability (Y15fb)
  • Limited a little by disability NOS (Y165f)
  • Limited a little by disability of care and continence (Y163b)
  • Limited a little by disability of perception of physical danger (Y162d)
  • Limited a little by hearing disability (Y15ff)
  • Limited a little by learning disability (Y161b)
  • Limited a little by manual dexterity disability (Y160d)
  • Limited a little by mobility and gross motor disability (Y161f)
  • Limited a little by physical ill health disability (Y163f)
  • Limited a little by sight disability (Y164d)
  • Limited a little by speech disability (Y165b)
  • Little finger (7NB0W)
  • Little thirst (X76cT)
  • Little's area (X792q)
  • Little-Ones S880 8mm mini starter hole ileostomy bag (x01tB)
  • Little-Ones S880 ileostomy bags x15 (scnk.)
  • Little-Ones drainable ileostomy bag (x00uL)
  • Littler flap (7M23F)
  • Metacarpophalangeal joint of little finger (7NAF9)
  • Microscopic (X7918)
  • Middle phalanx of little finger (XB03M)
  • Nail bed of little finger (7N74B)
  • Nail of little finger (7N745)
  • Neck of distal phalanx of little finger (XB04K)
  • Neck of middle phalanx of little finger (XB040)
  • Neck of proximal phalanx of little finger (XB03g)
  • O/E - Little's area hyperaemic (2D3A.)
  • Oliguria (1AC1.)
  • PHQ-9 Question 1 Score: Little interest or pleasure in doing things (Y11f2)
  • PHQ-9 Question 4 Score: Feeling tired or having little energy (Y11f5)
  • Postaxial polydactyly of toe (PF021)
  • Prominent vessels on Little's area (X76ZV)
  • Proximal interphalangeal joint of little finger (7NAFD)
  • Proximal phalanx of little finger (XB03H)
  • Radial collateral lig distal interphalan joint little finger (XaACW)
  • Radial collateral lig metacarpophalang joint little finger (XaACj)
  • Radial collateral lig prox interphalange joint little finger (XaACv)
  • Radial digital nerve of little finger (X74iX)
  • Region of little finger (X74ZA)
  • Repositioning of thumb for cleft hand (7L0F7)
  • Ring block of little finger (X00MA)
  • Shaft of distal phalanx of little finger (XB04F)
  • Shaft of middle phalanx of little finger (XB03v)
  • Shaft of proximal phalanx of little finger (XB03b)
  • Slight (X791C)
  • Slight response to treatment (8BB2.)
  • Small (X7919)
  • Small peak (X80xV)
  • Superficial injury of little toe (Xa2Hz)
  • Suppressed urine secretion (XM08m)
  • Tendon sheath of flexor digitorum to little finger (X751v)
  • Tip of little finger (7NB0Z)
  • Ulnar collateral lig distal interphalang joint little finger (XaACX)
  • Ulnar collateral lig metacarpophalangeal joint little finger (XaACi)
  • Ulnar collateral lig prox interphalangea joint little finger (XaACu)
  • Ulnar digital nerve of little finger (X74iR)
  • Ulnar polydactyly of fingers (PF018)

palsy

Included 53 out of 522 matching concepts.

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  • (Athetoid cerebral palsy) or (Vogt's dis: [ophth][neurol]) (F1370)
  • (Cranial nerve disorder NOS) or (Bertolotti's syndrome) (F32z.)
  • (Decompression sickness) or (divers palsy) (XE1sz)
  • (Geniculate ganglionitis) or (facial nerve disorders NOS) (XE18H)
  • (Olfact 1st cranial nerve injury) or (traumatic anosmia NOS) (SJ1y0)
  • (Other paralytic syndromes NOS) or (specified palsy NEC) (F24yz)
  • (Specif optic disc anomalies) or (optic disc congen anoms) (P356.)
  • (Sympt tors dyston)(athet cereb pals)(cong athetos)(Vogt's) (F137.)
  • (Visual path disorders NOS) or (coloboma of optic disc) (XE19Z)
  • Aberrant III nerve regeneration (X75fT)
  • Accessory nerve injury (SJ16.)
  • Acoustic nerve degeneration (F5851)
  • Acoustic nerve disorder NOS (F585z)
  • Acoustic neuritis (F5850)
  • Acquired vocal cord palsy (X00nU)
  • Acute mastoiditis with facial paralysis (X00jH)
  • Acute radial nerve palsy (F3430)
  • Acute retrobulbar neuritis (F4H32)
  • Acute trigeminal herpes zoster (X009c)
  • Alcohol related optic neuropathy (XaF99)
  • Anterior interosseous nerve entrapment (Xa9BE)
  • Anterior interosseous nerve injury (SJ5B.)
  • Anterior interosseous nerve lesion (F3412)
  • Anterior opercular syndrome (Xaa2w)
  • Arteritic ischaemic optic neuropathy (X008g)
  • Arytenoid adduction/rotation (X00q1)
  • Arytenoidectomy (X00q2)
  • Asymmetrical crying face syndrome (X77rg)
  • Ataxic cerebral palsy (Xa0lM)
  • Ataxic infantile cerebral palsy (F23y0)
  • Athetoid cerebral palsy (XE2Q7)
  • Athetosis: [double] or [congenital] (F1371)
  • Autosomal dominant optic atrophy (X008l)
  • Avulsion of cranial nerve (XA0BQ)
  • Avulsion of optic nerve (X008v)
  • Bell's palsy (F310.)
  • Bell's palsy &/or facial palsy (XE18F)
  • Benign tumour of optic nerve and sheath (X78al)
  • Bilateral partial vocal cord paralysis (H1y33)
  • Bilateral spastic cerebral palsy (Xab3R)
  • Bilateral total vocal cord paralysis (H1y34)
  • Birth injury to phrenic nerve (Q2070)
  • Birth plexus injury - whole plexus (Q2063)
  • Birth: [brach plex inj] or [Erb palsy] or [Klumpke palsy] (XE1fl)
  • Brachial palsy unspecified, due to birth trauma (Q2060)
  • Brachial plexus palsy due to birth trauma (Q206.)
  • Brachial plexus palsy due to birth trauma NOS (Q206z)
  • Bulbar palsy (X00A1)
  • Carpal tunnel syndrome (XE15g)
  • Cerebral palsy (XE2Q8)
  • Cerebral palsy &/or congenital quadriplegia (F232.)
  • Cerebral palsy (&/or infantile) &/or infantile hemiplegia (XE181)
  • Cerebral palsy with spastic diplegia (XE2Q9)
  • Cerebral palsy with spastic tetraparesis (X00Eo)
  • Cerebral palsy with spastic tetraplegia (XE2se)
  • Cerebral palsy with spastic/ataxic diplegia (X00Eq)
  • Cerebral palsy, not congenital or infantile, acute (XaBE2)
  • Cerebral palsy, not congenital or infantile, acute (G669.)
  • Chemical cranial nerve injury (Xa2De)
  • Choreoathetoid cerebral palsy (XaadE)
  • Closed injury femoral nerve (SJ610)
  • Closed injury sciatic nerve (SJ600)
  • Closed injury, accessory nerve (SJ160)
  • Closed injury, anterior interosseous nerve (SJ5B0)
  • Closed injury, median nerve (SJ510)
  • Closed injury, median nerve, motor branch (SJ512)
  • Closed injury, median nerve, palmar sensory branch (SJ511)
  • Closed injury, posterior interosseous nerve (SJ5C0)
  • Closed injury, radial nerve (SJ530)
  • Closed injury, radial nerve, sensory branch (SJ531)
  • Closed injury, ulnar nerve (SJ520)
  • Closed injury, ulnar nerve, deep motor (SJ523)
  • Closed injury, ulnar nerve, dorsal sensory (SJ521)
  • Closed injury, ulnar nerve, palmar sensory (SJ522)
  • Common peroneal nerve compression (X00C1)
  • Common peroneal nerve lesion (F353.)
  • Complete division of cranial nerve (XA0BO)
  • Complete optic atrophy (X75oK)
  • Compression facial neuropathy (X009p)
  • Compression of acoustic nerve (Xa0Qv)
  • Compression of cranial nerve (Xa2Df)
  • Compression of optic chiasm (X0093)
  • Compression of optic radiation (X009D)
  • Compression of optic tract (X0098)
  • Compression of visual cortex (X009F)
  • Compressive optic atrophy (XaE6D)
  • Compressive optic neuropathy (XaEVg)
  • Congenital apraxia (X00Ey)
  • Congenital cerebral palsy (XM1Pu)
  • Congenital cerebral palsy (& spastic) (F23..)
  • Congenital cerebral palsy NOS (F23z.)
  • Congenital diplegia (XM1Px)
  • Congenital diplegia (& paraplegia) (F230.)
  • Congenital diplegia NOS (F230z)
  • Congenital disorder of facial nerve (X009i)
  • Congenital disorders of eye and eyelid movements (X009H)
  • Congenital dysgenetic ptosis (XaFxd)
  • Congenital dysphasia (X00F1)
  • Congenital expressive dysphasia (X00F2)
  • Congenital facial nerve palsy (X009j)
  • Congenital failure of eye elevation (X009K)
  • Congenital laryngeal abductor palsy (X00nS)
  • Congenital laryngeal adductor palsy (X00nT)
  • Congenital monoplegia (XE15V)
  • Congenital myogenic ptosis (XaF86)
  • Congenital non-progressive ataxia (Xa0lI)
  • Congenital nuclear ophthalmoplegia (X009L)
  • Congenital optic disc anomaly (X008R)
  • Congenital optic disc coloboma (P3560)
  • Congenital optic disc coloboma (F4H22)
  • Congenital paraplegia (F2300)
  • Congenital pseudobulbar palsy (X00Ez)
  • Congenital ptosis (XE1Jz)
  • Congenital quadriplegia (XM1Pw)
  • Congenital receptive dysphasia (X00F3)
  • Congenital spastic cerebral palsy (XM1Pv)
  • Congenital vocal cord palsy (X00nR)
  • Conjugate gaze palsy (F4Jy0)
  • Conjugate gaze spasm (F4Jy1)
  • Contusion of cranial nerve (XA0BM)
  • Contusion of infraorbital nerve (XaPwr)
  • Convergence palsy (F4Jy3)
  • Cordopexy (74331)
  • Correction obstetric palsy (& [Erb's] or [named procedures]) (7L0D1)
  • Correction of Erb's palsy (X609B)
  • Correction of obstetric palsy (XE0JH)
  • Cortical blindness (F4H73)
  • Cranial nerve disorder NOS (XE15f)
  • Cranial nerve disorders: [NOS] or [other] (XE18R)
  • Cranial nerve injury NOS (XE1s7)
  • Cranial nerve injury due to birth trauma (Q2071)
  • Cranial or peripheral nerve palsy due to birth trauma NOS (Q207z)
  • Cranial or peripheral nerve palsy due to birth trauma OS (Q207y)
  • Crater-like optic disc holes (F4H21)
  • Cubital tunnel syndrome (F3420)
  • Cyclic III nerve palsy (X75fU)
  • Diab insipidus,diab mell,optic atrophy and deafness (X008t)
  • Diabetic (femoral mononeuropathy) & (Diabetic amyotrophy) (Xa0lK)
  • Diabetic optic papillopathy (XaF97)
  • Disorder of abducent nerve (F4J54)
  • Disorder of accessory nerve (F324.)
  • Disorder of acoustovestibular nerve (F585.)
  • Disorder of cranial nerve (X008J)
  • Disorder of facial nerve (F31..)
  • Disorder of glossopharyngeal nerve (X009u)
  • Disorder of hypoglossal nerve (F325.)
  • Disorder of oculomotor nerve (X009M)
  • Disorder of olfactory nerve (F320.)
  • Disorder of optic chiasm due to non-pituitary neoplasm (F4H51)
  • Disorder of optic chiasm due to pituitary disorder (F4H50)
  • Disorder of optic chiasm due to vascular disorder (F4H52)
  • Disorder of optic disc (Xa874)
  • Disorder of optic nerve and visual pathway (XE16v)
  • Disorder of optic nerve or visual pathway NOS (F4Hz.)
  • Disorder of the 3rd, 4th and 6th nerves and of eye movements (X009G)
  • Disorder of trigeminal nerve (F30..)
  • Disorder of trochlear nerve (F4J53)
  • Disorder of vagus nerve (F323.)
  • Disorders of optic nerve &/or visual pathways (F4H..)
  • Dissociated gaze palsy (X00fl)
  • Double athetosis (XE15M)
  • Double depressor palsy (X00fd)
  • Double elevator palsy (X00fc)
  • Drug induced optic neuropathy (XaF9A)
  • Drusen of optic disc (F4H20)
  • Duane's syndrome (F4J70)
  • Dysequilibrium syndrome (X00Ex)
  • Dyskinetic cerebral palsy (X00Eu)
  • Dystonic/rigid cerebral palsy (X00Ew)
  • Endoscopic arytenoidectomy (74350)
  • Endoscopic vocal cord medialisation (XaLnV)
  • Entrapment of deep palmar branch of ulnar nerve (X00Bt)
  • Entrapment of superficial branch of radial nerve (Xabxu)
  • Epiglottopexy (X00q3)
  • Erb's paralysis (Q2061)
  • Erbs paralysis due to birth injury (Y3250)
  • External arytenoidectomy (74330)
  • FH: Infantile cerebral palsy (1295.)
  • Facial myokymia (F31y0)
  • Facial nerve disorder NOS (F31z.)
  • Facial nerve injury (XaA9K)
  • Facial nerve palsy due to birth trauma (Q205.)
  • Facial neuropathy (X009n)
  • Familial facial nerve palsy (X009q)
  • Femoral nerve compression (X00C0)
  • Femoral nerve injury (SJ61.)
  • Femoral nerve lesion (Xa6qG)
  • Femoral nerve lesions (F352.)
  • Finding SCPE class neonatl neuroimag results children wth CP (XabH5)
  • Flaccid dysarthria (Ub1TO)
  • Foster-Kennedy syndrome (F4H04)
  • Geniculate ganglionitis (F311.)
  • Geniculate herpes zoster (F5016)
  • Glaucomatous optic atrophy (F4H14)
  • Glossopharyngeal nerve injury (XaA9M)
  • Glossopharyngeal neuralgia (F321.)
  • Glottis or larynx paralysis (& unspecified) (H1y30)
  • Gradenigo syndrome (F5302)
  • Gross Motor Function Classification System CP level finding (XaaVI)
  • Gross Motor Function Classification System Cerebral Palsy (XaaVG)
  • Gross Motor Function Classification System for CP level I (XaaVJ)
  • Gross Motor Function Classification System for CP level II (XaaVK)
  • Gross Motor Function Classification System for CP level III (XaaWD)
  • Gross Motor Function Classification System for CP level IV (XaaWE)
  • Gross Motor Function Classification System for CP level V (XaaWF)
  • H/O: Bell's palsy (1476.)
  • Hemifacial atrophy (X009k)
  • Hemifacial spasm (X009r)
  • Hereditary optic atrophy (P2xz1)
  • Hereditary optic atrophy NOS (XE16x)
  • Hereditary optic atrophy: [NOS] or [Leber's] (F4H17)
  • Herpes zoster with ophthalmic complication (A532.)
  • Herpes zoster with other ophthalmic complication (A532z)
  • Horizontal dissociated gaze palsy (X75eL)
  • Horizontal gaze palsy (X00fj)
  • Horizontal spasm of gaze (X75eO)
  • Hypoglossal nerve injury (XaA9O)
  • Hypoglossal nerve palsy (XaB5U)
  • Hypoplasia of optic disc (X008X)
  • Hypotonic cerebral palsy (F23y1)
  • Idiopathic optic disc swelling (XaE6C)
  • Idiopathic trigeminal neuropathy (X009g)
  • Infantile cerebral palsy (X00Em)
  • Infantile cerebral palsy NOS (Y7227)
  • Infantile hemiplegia (F231.)
  • Infantile hemiplegia NOS (F234.)
  • Infarction of optic chiasm (Xa9Bf)
  • Infarction of optic radiation (X009B)
  • Infarction of optic tract (X0096)
  • Infarction of visual cortex (Xa9Bg)
  • Inferior oblique overreaction (Y0580)
  • Infiltrative optic neuropathy (XaE6E)
  • Inflammatory disorder of optic chiasm (F4H53)
  • Inflammatory disorder of optic radiation (X009A)
  • Inflammatory disorder of optic tract (F4H62)
  • Inflammatory disorder of visual cortex (F4H72)
  • Inflammatory facial neuropathy (X00jD)
  • Inflammatory papillitis (XaF1F)
  • Inherited optic neuropathy (XaE6B)
  • Injection of Teflon into vocal cord (XaEF3)
  • Injury of cranial nerve (XA0BL)
  • Injury of optic chiasm (X0092)
  • Injury of optic radiation (X009C)
  • Injury of optic tract (X0097)
  • Injury of radial nerve at wrist and hand level (SJ534)
  • Injury of ulnar nerve at upper arm level (SJB0.)
  • Injury of ulnar nerve at wrist and hand level (SJ528)
  • Injury to abducent nerve (SJ13.)
  • Injury to acoustic nerve (XE1o5)
  • Injury to facial nerve (SJ14.)
  • Injury to glossopharyngeal nerve (SJ1y1)
  • Injury to hypoglossal nerve (SJ17.)
  • Injury to oculomotor nerve (SJ10.)
  • Injury to olfactory nerve (XE1o6)
  • Injury to other cranial nerve NOS (SJ1z.)
  • Injury to other cranial nerves (SJ1..)
  • Injury to trigeminal nerve (SJ12.)
  • Injury to trochlear nerve (SJ11.)
  • Injury to vagus nerve (SJ1y2)
  • Internuclear ophthalmoplegia (F4Jy7)
  • Ischaemic optic neuropathy (F4H40)
  • Jaw-winking syndrome (P2x3.)
  • Jugular foramen syndrome (X00A4)
  • Klumpke paralysis (Q2062)
  • Laryngoplegia NOS (H1y3z)
  • Leber's hereditary optic neuropathy (F4H16)
  • Lesion of lateral cutaneous nerve of forearm (Xa6q8)
  • Malignant astrocytoma of optic nerve (X78ah)
  • Malignant meningioma of optic nerve sheath (X78aj)
  • Malignant tumour of optic nerve (X78ag)
  • Malignant tumour of optic nerve and sheath (X78af)
  • Malignant tumour of optic nerve sheath (X78ai)
  • Mandibular herpes zoster infection (X70JJ)
  • Maxillary herpes zoster infection (X70JI)
  • Median nerve compression in forearm (F3411)
  • Median nerve entrapment (X75at)
  • Median nerve injury (SJ51.)
  • Median nerve lesion (Xa6q3)
  • Median nerve lesions NOS (F341z)
  • Median nerve neuritis (F3410)
  • Melanocytoma of optic nerve head (X78an)
  • Melkersson-Rosenthal syndrome (F31y1)
  • Meningioma of optic nerve sheath (X78am)
  • Meningococcal optic neuritis (A36y0)
  • Metastasis to optic nerve (X78kz)
  • Microtherapeutic endoscopic silastic insert to vocal cord (XaCLo)
  • Miller-Fisher variant of Guillain-Barre syndrome (X00AV)
  • Moebius congenital oculofacial paralysis (F3262)
  • Monoplegic cerebral palsy affecting lower limb (X00Es)
  • Monoplegic cerebral palsy affecting upper limb (X00Er)
  • Multiple cranial nerve lesions and linked syndromes (Xa9BD)
  • Multiple cranial nerve palsies (F326.)
  • Multiple cranial nerve palsies NOS (F326z)
  • Multiple cranial nerve palsies in neoplastic disease (F3264)
  • Multiple cranial nerve palsies in sarcoidosis (F3263)
  • Multiple cranial nerve palsies of ocular motor nerves (X00A6)
  • Myelinated nerve fibres of optic disc (X008b)
  • Neuritis ulnar nerve (X00A7)
  • Non-arteritic ischaemic optic neuropathy (X008h)
  • Nutritional optic neuropathy (F4H33)
  • O/E - cranial nerve 11 - palsy (2BS6.)
  • O/E - cranial nerve 12 - palsy (2BS9.)
  • O/E - cranial nerve 3 - palsy (2BQ3.)
  • O/E - cranial nerve 4 - palsy (2BQ6.)
  • O/E - cranial nerve 5 - palsy (2BR3.)
  • O/E - cranial nerve 6 - palsy (2BQ9.)
  • O/E - cranials 9 + 10 palsy (2BS3.)
  • O/E -cranial nerve -palsy -UMN (2BR8.)
  • O/E -cranial nerve 7-palsy-LMN (2BR6.)
  • Oculogyric crisis (X004U)
  • Oculomotor nerve injury (XaA9F)
  • Olfactory nerve injury (XaA9E)
  • Open injury femoral nerve (SJ611)
  • Open injury sciatic nerve (SJ601)
  • Open injury, accessory nerve (SJ161)
  • Open injury, anterior interosseous nerve (SJ5B1)
  • Open injury, median nerve (SJ513)
  • Open injury, median nerve, motor branch (SJ515)
  • Open injury, median nerve, palmar sensory branch (SJ514)
  • Open injury, posterior interosseous nerve (SJ5C1)
  • Open injury, radial nerve (SJ532)
  • Open injury, radial nerve, sensory branch (SJ533)
  • Open injury, ulnar nerve (SJ524)
  • Open injury, ulnar nerve, deep motor (SJ527)
  • Open injury, ulnar nerve, dorsal sensory (SJ525)
  • Open injury, ulnar nerve, palmar sensory (SJ526)
  • Open silastic insert to vocal cord (XaCMQ)
  • Operation in laryngeal paralysis (X00pz)
  • Ophthalmic herpes zoster infection (A5324)
  • Ophthalmic herpes zoster infection (A5323)
  • Optic atrophy (F4H1.)
  • Optic atrophy NOS (F4H1z)
  • Optic atrophy secondary to papilloedema (X008q)
  • Optic atrophy secondary to retinal disease (F4H13)
  • Optic chiasm disorder (F4H5.)
  • Optic chiasm disorder NOS (F4H5z)
  • Optic chiasm injury (SJ01.)
  • Optic disc drusen - buried (X75oW)
  • Optic disc drusen - elevated (X75oV)
  • Optic disc vascular anomaly (X75oC)
  • Optic nerve &/or visual path disorders (XE19T)
  • Optic nerve and pathway injury (SJ0..)
  • Optic nerve compression (F4H42)
  • Optic nerve glioma (X78ak)
  • Optic nerve injury (SJ00.)
  • Optic nerve or pathway injury NOS (XE1o4)
  • Optic nerve sheath haemorrhage (F4H41)
  • Optic neuritis (F4H3.)
  • Optic neuritis &/or retrobulbar neuritis (XE19X)
  • Optic neuritis NOS (F4H3z)
  • Optic neuropathy (XaE6b)
  • Optic neuroretinitis (XaFav)
  • Optic pathway injury (SJ02.)
  • Optic radiation disorder (X0099)
  • Optic tract disorder (X0094)
  • Other congenital cerebral palsy (F23y.)
  • Other cranial nerve disorders (F32..)
  • Other cranial or peripheral nerve palsy due to birth trauma (Q207.)
  • Other facial nerve disorder NOS (F31yz)
  • Other facial nerve disorders (F31y.)
  • Other glossopharyngeal nerve disorder (F322.)
  • Other infantile cerebral palsy NOS (F23yz)
  • Other median nerve lesions (F341.)
  • Other optic disc disorder NOS (F4H2z)
  • Other optic disc disorders (F4H2.)
  • Other optic nerve disorder NOS (F4H4z)
  • Other optic nerve disorders (F4H4.)
  • Other specified brachial plexus palsy due to birth trauma (Q206y)
  • Other specified cranial nerve injury (SJ1y.)
  • Other specified cranial nerve injury NOS (SJ1yz)
  • Other trigeminal nerve disorder (F30y.)
  • Other visual pathway disorder (F4H6.)
  • Other visual pathway disorder NOS (F4H6z)
  • Papillitis (F4H31)
  • Papilloedema (F4H0.)
  • Papilloedema NOS (F4H0z)
  • Papilloedema due to low ocular pressure (F4H02)
  • Papilloedema due to raised intracranial pressure (F4H01)
  • Papilloedema due to retinal disorder (F4H03)
  • Paralysis of larynx unspecified (XE0YC)
  • Paraplegia - congenital (X00Ep)
  • Parinaud syndrome (X009X)
  • Parosmia (X008P)
  • Partial division of cranial nerve (XA0BN)
  • Partial hypoplasia of optic disc (X77sz)
  • Partial oculomotor nerve palsy (F4J51)
  • Partial optic atrophy (XE16w)
  • Peripheral nerve injury due to birth trauma (Q2072)
  • Phrenic nerve lesion (Xa0NP)
  • Pit of optic disc (X008Z)
  • Polyneuritis cranialis (F3261)
  • Pontine one and a half syndrome (XaFal)
  • Post-compressive optic atrophy (X008s)
  • Post-inflammatory optic atrophy (F4H12)
  • Post-traumatic anosmia (X008O)
  • Posterior interosseous nerve compression (Xa9BF)
  • Posterior interosseous nerve injury (SJ5C.)
  • Posterior interosseous nerve lesion (F3432)
  • Primary optic atrophy (F4H11)
  • Progressive bulbar palsy (F1522)
  • Progressive bulbar palsy of childhood (X002a)
  • Progressive pseudobulbar palsy (X76ls)
  • Progressive supranuclear palsy (F1304)
  • Pronator syndrome (X00Bo)
  • Proximal median neuropathy (Xa0Kr)
  • Pseudobulbar palsy (F1523)
  • Pseudopapilloedema (F4H23)
  • Radial nerve compression (X00Bu)
  • Radial nerve injury (SJ53.)
  • Radial nerve lesion (Xa6q5)
  • Radial nerve lesion NOS (F343z)
  • Radial nerve lesions (F343.)
  • Radiation damage to optic nerve (X008w)
  • Radiation injury of cranial nerve (Xa2Dh)
  • Recurrent laryngeal nerve palsy (X009x)
  • Retrobulbar neuritis (X008e)
  • Retroparotid space syndrome (F3260)
  • SCPE cl predominant pattern A.2 - unspecified maldevelopment (XabIH)
  • SCPE class pred pat B.2 seql intravent haem perivent infarct (XabJa)
  • SCPE class predm patt C.1 basal ganglia and thalamus lesions (XabJd)
  • SCPE class predom patt C.3 infarct of middle cerebral artery (XabJf)
  • SCPE class predominant pattern A - maldevelopment (XabH6)
  • SCPE class predominant pattern A.1.2 - disorder of migration (XabHc)
  • SCPE class predominant pattrn A.1.3 disorder of organisation (XabHd)
  • SCPE classif predominant patt B predomnt white matter injury (XabH7)
  • SCPE classif predominant patt C predominant grey mattr injry (XabH8)
  • SCPE classif predominnt patt B.1 periventriculr leucomalacia (XabJZ)
  • SCPE classification - predominant pattern D - unspecified (XabHL)
  • SCPE classification predominant pattern E - normal (XabJc)
  • SCPE classification predomnt patt C.2 - parasagittal lesions (XabJe)
  • SCPE cls prd pat B.3 comb periven leucoml intravent haem seq (XabJb)
  • SCPE cls predominant pattern A.1.1 - disorder of proliferatn (XabHb)
  • Saturday night palsy (XaB4a)
  • Sciatic nerve compression (X00By)
  • Sciatic nerve injury (SJ60.)
  • Sciatic nerve lesion (F350.)
  • Sector pupil palsy (X75jh)
  • Sectorial hypoplasia of optic disc (X77t0)
  • Sensory branch of radial nerve lesion (F3431)
  • Septo-optic dysplasia (X008Y)
  • Skew deviation (F4Jy8)
  • Spastic cerebral palsy (X00En)
  • Spastic dysarthria (Ub1TN)
  • Spastic hemiplegic cerebral palsy (XaYfK)
  • Spastic quadriplegic cerebral palsy (XaYgp)
  • Specified optic disc anomalies (XE1Jy)
  • Specified optic disc anomaly NOS (P356z)
  • Specified palsy NEC (XaB3p)
  • Spinal cord decompression injury (X70wy)
  • Struther ligament entrapment (X00Bq)
  • Superficial radial nerve lesion (Xa6q7)
  • Superior laryngeal neuralgia (X009y)
  • Superior orbital fissure syndrome (X009V)
  • Supracondylar process entrapment (X00Bp)
  • Syphilitic optic atrophy (A94y3)
  • Syphilitic retrobulbar neuritis (A94y4)
  • Tardy ulnar nerve palsy (F3421)
  • Tarsal tunnel syndrome (F355.)
  • Thermal injury of cranial nerve (Xa2Dg)
  • Tibial nerve compression (X00C2)
  • Tibial nerve lesion (F354.)
  • Tilted optic disc (X008W)
  • Tobacco related optic neuropathy (XaF98)
  • Tolosa-Hunt syndrome (X009W)
  • Total oculomotor nerve palsy (F4J52)
  • Tourniquet palsy (X00BD)
  • Toxic optic neuropathy (F4H34)
  • Traction injury of cranial nerve (XA0BP)
  • Transfer wrist muscle (& Zancolli (& for ulnar palsy)) (7H40F)
  • Traumatic facial neuropathy (X009o)
  • Traumatic optic neuropathy (X008x)
  • Trigeminal nerve compression (X009a)
  • Trigeminal nerve disorder NOS (F30z.)
  • Trigeminal nerve inflammation (X009b)
  • Trigeminal nerve injury (XaA9I)
  • Trigeminal neuralgia (F3010)
  • Trigeminal schwannoma (Xa0Kp)
  • Trochlear nerve injury (XaA9H)
  • Tumour of optic nerve (X0090)
  • Ulnar nerve entrapment (Xa0Ks)
  • Ulnar nerve entrapment at elbow (X00Br)
  • Ulnar nerve entrapment at wrist (F3422)
  • Ulnar nerve injury (SJ52.)
  • Ulnar nerve lesion (Xa6q4)
  • Ulnar nerve lesion NOS (F342z)
  • Ulnar nerve lesions (XE15h)
  • Ulnar nerve lesions &/or neuritis ulnar nerve (F342.)
  • Ulnar neuropathy (XaIrg)
  • Unilateral partial vocal cord paralysis (H1y31)
  • Unilateral total vocal cord paralysis (H1y32)
  • Unspecified optic atrophy (F4H10)
  • Unspecified optic neuritis (F4H30)
  • Unspecified papilloedema (F4H00)
  • Vagus nerve injury (XaA9N)
  • Vertical dissociated gaze palsy (X00fm)
  • Vertical gaze palsy (X75eH)
  • Vestibular schwannoma (B7F10)
  • Vestibulocochlear nerve injury (XaA9L)
  • Visual cortex disorder (F4H7.)
  • Visual cortex disorder NOS (F4H7z)
  • Visual cortex disorder due to neoplasm (F4H70)
  • Visual cortex disorder due to vascular disorder (F4H71)
  • Visual cortex injury (SJ03.)
  • Visual pathway disorder due to neoplasm (F4H60)
  • Visual pathway disorder due to vascular disorder (F4H61)
  • Vocal cord medialisation using biological material (X00q0)
  • Vocal cord medialisation using implant (X00q4)
  • Vocal cord palsy (Xa9Bv)
  • Worster-Drought syndrome (XaNWb)
  • [X]Acoustic neuritis in infectious+parasitic diseases CE (FyuU4)
  • [X]Cerebral palsy and other paralytic syndromes (Fyu9.)
  • [X]Injury of other cranial nerves (Syu07)
  • [X]Multip cranial nerve palsies/infectous+parasitc diseas CE (Fyu62)
  • [X]Multiple cranial nerve palsies/neoplastic disease CE (Fyu63)
  • [X]Optic atrophy in diseases classified elsewhere (FyuJ0)
  • [X]Other cranial nerve disorders/other diseases CE (Fyu64)
  • [X]Other disorders of facial nerve (Fyu61)
  • [X]Other disorders of trigeminal nerve (Fyu60)
  • [X]Other disorders/optic nerve+visual pathways/diseases CE (FyuJ2)
  • [X]Other infantile cerebral palsy (Fyu90)
  • [X]Other lesions of median nerve (Fyu69)
  • [X]Retrobulbar neuritis in diseases classified elsewhere (FyuJ1)

paresis

Included 2 out of 70 matching concepts.

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  • (Hemiplegia) or (hemiparesis) (F22..)
  • Abdominal weakness (1B322)
  • Acquired vocal cord palsy (X00nU)
  • Bilateral partial vocal cord paralysis (H1y33)
  • Bilateral total vocal cord paralysis (H1y34)
  • Calf muscle weakness (XaBmc)
  • Cerebral palsy with spastic tetraparesis (X00Eo)
  • Congenital laryngeal abductor palsy (X00nS)
  • Congenital laryngeal adductor palsy (X00nT)
  • Congenital vocal cord palsy (X00nR)
  • Distal muscle weakness (X76nP)
  • Facial weakness, lower motor neurone (X76nD)
  • Facial weakness, upper motor neurone (X76nE)
  • Functional hemiparesis (Y1ff7)
  • Functional monoparesis (Y1ff8)
  • Functional paraparesis (Y1ff9)
  • Gastroparesis (X301s)
  • General paresis of the insane (XE0Rs)
  • Glottis or larynx paralysis (& unspecified) (H1y30)
  • Hand muscle weakness (Xa6t3)
  • Hemiparesis (X76n9)
  • Hemiparesis NOS (XaL3N)
  • Juvenile general paresis (X70MA)
  • Juvenile taboparesis (X70MC)
  • Lacunar ataxic hemiparesis (X00DE)
  • Laryngeal paresis (XaYaz)
  • Laryngoplegia NOS (H1y3z)
  • Left hemiparesis (Xa0fu)
  • Lower facial weakness (X76nC)
  • Monoparesis (Xa0fy)
  • Monoparesis - arm (X76nR)
  • Monoparesis - leg (X76nS)
  • Muscle weakness (XM03n)
  • Neurosyphilis (& [GPI] or [tabes dorsalis]) (XE0U0)
  • O/E - paresis (weakness) (2832.)
  • Paralysis of larynx unspecified (XE0YC)
  • Paraparesis (Xa0fv)
  • Paresis: [general neurosyphilis & GPI] or [tabo] (A941.)
  • Pelvic girdle weakness (X76nN)
  • Postprocedural delayed gastric emptying (X301t)
  • Proximal muscle weakness (X76nL)
  • Pseudoparalysis (XaINC)
  • Pyramidal type muscle weakness (X76nT)
  • Quadriceps weakness (Xa7m2)
  • Quadriparesis (Xa0fw)
  • Right hemiparesis (Xa0ft)
  • Shoulder girdle weakness (X76nM)
  • Spast paraplg & human T-cell lymphotropic virus 1 infection (X001g)
  • Spastic paraparesis (XaDv8)
  • Spastic quadraparesis (Xa6t2)
  • Tabo paresis (X70Mb)
  • Todd's paresis (F24y1)
  • Tropical spastic paraplegia (X001f)
  • Truncal muscle weakness (X76nJ)
  • Type 1 diabetes mellitus with gastroparesis (XaKyW)
  • Type II diabetes mellitus with gastroparesis (XaKyX)
  • Unilateral partial vocal cord paralysis (H1y31)
  • Unilateral total vocal cord paralysis (H1y32)
  • Upper facial weakness (Xa6t1)
  • Vocal cord palsy (Xa9Bv)
  • Weak eye closure (X76nH)
  • Weak mouth closure (X76lm)
  • Weakness of back (X76nK)
  • Weakness of distal arms and legs (X76nQ)
  • Weakness of face muscles (X76nB)
  • Weakness of jaw muscles (X76ll)
  • Weakness of limb (XaC1U)
  • Weakness of sternomastoid (X76ln)
  • Weakness present (1B32.)
  • Worster-Drought syndrome (XaNWb)

plegia

Included 18 out of 100 matching concepts.

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  • (Congenital monoplegia) or (congenital spastic foot) (F233.)
  • (Esophoria) or (strabismus NOS) or (ophthalmoplegia NOS) (XE19b)
  • (Hemiplegia) or (hemiparesis) (F22..)
  • (Hereditary spastic paraplegia) or (spinicerebellar dis NOS) (XE17t)
  • (Paralytic syndromes NOS) or (diplegia) or (monoplegia) (XE183)
  • (Siriasis) or (thermoplegia) or (heat stroke, unspecified) (SN200)
  • (Spastic hemiplegia) or (spastic foot) (F221.)
  • Absent pupil reaction (X75jN)
  • Accommodation disorder NOS (F475z)
  • Alternating hemiplegia of childhood (X007Q)
  • Bilateral fixed dilatation of pupil (Xa6bD)
  • Cardioplegia infusion concentrate (x001k)
  • Cardioplegia perfusion solution (x02AX)
  • Cardioplegia solution (x02AW)
  • Cardioplegia solution adverse reaction (Xa5Qn)
  • Cardioplegia solution allergy (Xa5pF)
  • Cerebral palsy &/or congenital quadriplegia (F232.)
  • Cerebral palsy (&/or infantile) &/or infantile hemiplegia (XE181)
  • Cerebral palsy with spastic diplegia (XE2Q9)
  • Cerebral palsy with spastic tetraplegia (XE2se)
  • Cerebral palsy with spastic/ataxic diplegia (X00Eq)
  • Chronic progressive external ophthalmoplegia (F4Gy1)
  • Complicated hereditary spastic paraplegia (X002o)
  • Congenital diplegia (XM1Px)
  • Congenital diplegia (& paraplegia) (F230.)
  • Congenital diplegia NOS (F230z)
  • Congenital hemiplegia (Y6151)
  • Congenital monoplegia (XE15V)
  • Congenital nuclear ophthalmoplegia (X009L)
  • Congenital paraplegia (F2300)
  • Congenital quadriplegia (XM1Pw)
  • Cycloplegic paralysis of accommodation (X00gE)
  • Diplegia (XM03s)
  • Diplegia of upper limbs (F242.)
  • Exophthalmic ophthalmoplegia (F4G21)
  • External ophthalmoplegia (F4J55)
  • FH: Hemiplegia (1293.)
  • FH: Paraplegia (1294.)
  • Fixed constriction of pupil (X75jO)
  • Fixed dilatation of left pupil (Xa6bF)
  • Fixed dilatation of pupil (XM01P)
  • Fixed dilatation of right pupil (Xa6bE)
  • Flaccid hemiplegia (F220.)
  • Flaccid paraplegia (F2410)
  • Flaccid tetraplegia (F2400)
  • Functional paralysis of accommodation (X00gG)
  • Glottis or larynx paralysis (& unspecified) (H1y30)
  • Hemiplegia (XE15T)
  • Hemiplegia NOS (F22z.)
  • Hemiplegia-hemiconvulsion-epilepsy syndrome (X006E)
  • Hemiplegic (Y3466)
  • Hereditary spastic paraplegia (F141.)
  • Infantile hemiplegia (F231.)
  • Infantile hemiplegia NOS (F234.)
  • Infective paralysis of accommodation (X00gF)
  • Internal ophthalmoplegia (X00gJ)
  • Internuclear ophthalmoplegia (F4Jy7)
  • Keratoderma with mental retardation and spastic paraplegia (X50In)
  • Laryngoplegia NOS (H1y3z)
  • Left hemiplegia (Xa0fs)
  • Left: [hemiplegia] or [sided weakness] (F222.)
  • Monoplegia (XM03p)
  • Monoplegia of lower limb (F243.)
  • Monoplegia of upper limb (F244.)
  • Monoplegia unspecified (F245.)
  • Monoplegia, transient [D] (Y7683)
  • Monoplegia, transient [D] (XM0z4)
  • Monoplegic cerebral palsy affecting lower limb (X00Es)
  • Monoplegic cerebral palsy affecting upper limb (X00Er)
  • Musc calcif: [& ossif, unsp]/[massive, assoc with parapleg] (N2310)
  • Niemann-Pick disease type C (X40VR)
  • O/E - diplegia (2837.)
  • O/E - hemiplegia (2833.)
  • O/E - monoplegia (2834.)
  • O/E - paraplegia (2835.)
  • O/E - quadriplegia (2836.)
  • Paralysis of accommodation (F4750)
  • Paraplegia (F241.)
  • Paraplegia - congenital (X00Ep)
  • Paraplegia and tetraplegia (Y9991)
  • Pharmacological paralysis of accommodation (X00gI)
  • Plegivex perfusion solution (x02AY)
  • Progressive supranuclear palsy (F1304)
  • Pure hereditary spastic paraplegia (X002n)
  • Quadriplegia (F240.)
  • Quadriplegia index of function (XM0hV)
  • Residual hemiplegia (XaELO)
  • Right hemiplegia (Xa0fr)
  • Right: [hemiplegia] or [sided weakness] (F223.)
  • Spast paraplg & human T-cell lymphotropic virus 1 infection (X001g)
  • Spastic diplegia (Xa1kT)
  • Spastic hemiplegia (XE15U)
  • Spastic paraplegia (F2411)
  • Spastic quadriplegia (X76je)
  • Spastic tetraplegia (F2401)
  • Total internal ophthalmoplegia (F4751)
  • Total ophthalmoplegia (F4J56)
  • Toxic paralysis of accommodation (X00gH)
  • Tropical spastic paraplegia (X001f)
  • [D]Transient monoplegia NOS (R0140)

vog

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  • (Athetoid cerebral palsy) or (Vogt's dis: [ophth][neurol]) (F1370)
  • (Sympt tors dyston)(athet cereb pals)(cong athetos)(Vogt's) (F137.)
  • Echinococcus vogeli (XC0Ux)
  • Inferior vena cavogram (55E2.)
  • Juvenile neuronal ceroid lipofuscinosis (F1012)
  • Novogel (x03rH)
  • Novogel 10cmx10cmx0.3cm dressing (p1qC.)
  • Novogel 15cmx20cmx0.3cm dressing (p1qE.)
  • Novogel 20cmx40cmx0.3cm dressing (p1qF.)
  • Novogel 30cmx30cmx0.15cm dressing (p1qH.)
  • Novogel 30cmx30cmx0.3cm dressing (p1qG.)
  • Novogel 5cmx7.5cmx0.3cm dressing (p1qD.)
  • Novogel 7.5cm diameter circular dressing (p1qN.)
  • Salmonella vogan (Xa91X)
  • Silhouette Vogue SCV 510 10mm short lngth beige clsd colobag (s7Eb.)
  • Silhouette Vogue SCV 525 25mm short lngth beige clsd colobag (s7Ec.)
  • Silhouette Vogue SCV 529 29mm short lngth beige clsd colobag (s7Ed.)
  • Silhouette Vogue SCV 532 32mm short lngth beige clsd colobag (s7Ee.)
  • Silhouette Vogue SCV 535 35mm short lngth beige clsd colobag (s7Ef.)
  • Silhouette Vogue SCV 538 38mm short lngth beige clsd colobag (s7Eg.)
  • Silhouette Vogue SCV 544 44mm short lngth beige clsd colobag (s7Eh.)
  • Silhouette Vogue SCV 551 51mm short lngth beige clsd colobag (s7Ei.)
  • Silhouette Vogue SCV 710 10mm short lngth clear clsd colobag (s7Ej.)
  • Silhouette Vogue SCV 725 25mm short lngth clear clsd colobag (s7Ek.)
  • Silhouette Vogue SCV 729 29mm short lngth clear clsd colobag (s7El.)
  • Silhouette Vogue SCV 732 32mm short lngth clear clsd colobag (s7Em.)
  • Silhouette Vogue SCV 735 35mm short lngth clear clsd colobag (s7En.)
  • Silhouette Vogue SCV 738 38mm short lngth clear clsd colobag (s7Eo.)
  • Silhouette Vogue SCV 744 44mm short lngth clear clsd colobag (s7Ep.)
  • Silhouette Vogue SCV 751 51mm short lngth clear clsd colobag (s7Eq.)
  • Silhouette Vogue SDV 519 19mm short lgth beige drain ileobag (scDQ.)
  • Silhouette Vogue SDV 525 25mm short lgth beige drain ileobag (scDR.)
  • Silhouette Vogue SDV 529 29mm short lgth beige drain ileobag (scDS.)
  • Silhouette Vogue SDV 532 32mm short lgth beige drain ileobag (scDT.)
  • Silhouette Vogue SDV 535 35mm short lgth beige drain ileobag (scDU.)
  • Silhouette Vogue SDV 538 38mm short lgth beige drain ileobag (scDV.)
  • Silhouette Vogue SDV 544 44mm short lgth beige drain ileobag (scDW.)
  • Silhouette Vogue SDV 551 51mm short lgth beige drain ileobag (scDX.)
  • Silhouette Vogue SDV 719 19mm short lgth clear drain ileobag (scDY.)
  • Silhouette Vogue SDV 725 25mm short lgth clear drain ileobag (scDZ.)
  • Silhouette Vogue SDV 729 29mm short lgth clear drain ileobag (scDa.)
  • Silhouette Vogue SDV 732 32mm short lgth clear drain ileobag (scDb.)
  • Silhouette Vogue SDV 735 35mm short lgth clear drain ileobag (scDc.)
  • Silhouette Vogue SDV 738 38mm short lgth clear drain ileobag (scDd.)
  • Silhouette Vogue SDV 744 44mm short lgth clear drain ileobag (scDe.)
  • Silhouette Vogue SDV 751 51mm short lgth clear drain ileobag (scDf.)
  • Silhouette Vogue ileostomy bag (x04vS)
  • Superior vena cavogram (55D4.)
  • Travogyn (x03tL)
  • Travogyn 1% cream (x01Il)
  • Travogyn 1% cream 20g (g441.)
  • Travogyn 300mg pessary (x00Z8)
  • Travogyn 300mg vaginal tablets x2 (g442.)
  • Vogt's limbal girdle (X75i2)
  • Vogt-Koyanagi-Harada disease (F4423)
  • Vogue VOD719 19mm starter hole shorter clear ileostomy bag (scrG.)
  • Vogue VOD725 25mm shorter clear ileostomy bag (scrH.)
  • Vogue VOD729 29mm shorter clear drainable ileostomy bag (scrv.)
  • Vogue VOD732 32mm shorter clear ileostomy bag (scrJ.)
  • Vogue VOD735 35mm shorter clear drainable ileostomy bag (scrw.)
  • Vogue VOD738 38mm shorter clear ileostomy bag (scrK.)
  • Vogue VOD744 44mm shorter clear ileostomy bag (scrL.)
  • Vogue VOD751 51mm shorter clear ileostomy bag (scrM.)
  • Vogue VOD919 19mm starter hole shorter opaque ileostomy bag (scrA.)
  • Vogue VOD925 25mm shorter opaque ileostomy bag (scrB.)
  • Vogue VOD929 29mm shorter opaque drainable ileostomy bag (scrx.)
  • Vogue VOD932 32mm shorter opaque ileostomy bag (scrC.)
  • Vogue VOD935 35mm shorter opaque drainable ileostomy bag (scry.)
  • Vogue VOD938 38mm shorter opaque ileostomy bag (scrD.)
  • Vogue VOD944 44mm shorter opaque ileostomy bag (scrE.)
  • Vogue VOD951 51mm shorter opaque ileostomy bag (scrF.)
  • Vogue VOG710 10mm starter hole clear mini colostomy bag (s7sG.)
  • Vogue VOG725 25mm clear mini colostomy bag (s7sH.)
  • Vogue VOG729 29mm clear closed mini colostomy bag (s7E7.)
  • Vogue VOG732 32mm clear mini colostomy bag (s7sI.)
  • Vogue VOG735 35mm clear closed mini colostomy bag (s7E8.)
  • Vogue VOG738 38mm clear mini colostomy bag (s7sJ.)
  • Vogue VOG744 44mm clear mini colostomy bag (s7sK.)
  • Vogue VOG751 51mm clear mini colostomy bag (s7sL.)
  • Vogue VOG910 10mm starter hole opaque mini colostomy bag (s7sA.)
  • Vogue VOG925 25mm opaque mini colostomy bag (s7sB.)
  • Vogue VOG929 29mm opaque closed mini colostomy bag (s7E9.)
  • Vogue VOG932 32mm opaque mini colostomy bag (s7sC.)
  • Vogue VOG935 35mm opaque closed mini colostomy bag (s7EA.)
  • Vogue VOG938 38mm opaque mini colostomy bag (s7sD.)
  • Vogue VOG944 44mm opaque mini colostomy bag (s7sE.)
  • Vogue VOG951 51mm opaque mini colostomy bag (s7sF.)
  • Vogue colostomy bag (x01es)
  • Vogue ileostomy bag (x02Mn)
  • Vogul language (Xa6lz)
  • Welland Silhouette Vogue colostomy bag (x04vK)

worster

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  • Worster-Drought syndrome (XaNWb)