1E90, 1E91, 1F00, 1F01, 1F02, 1F02.1, 1F02.2, 1F03, 1F04, 1F05, 1F0Y, 1F0Z

Varicella Zoster Virus Infections – ICD 11 Codes

Varicella

Definition of Varicella: A disease caused by an infection with varicella zoster virus. This disease is characterised by a vesicular rash and fever. Transmission is by inhalation of infected respiratory secretions, or direct contact with fluid from vesicles.

ICD 11 Code For Varicella

1E90  Varicella

Coded Elsewhere:

  • Fetal varicella syndrome (KA62.2)
  • Congenital varicella (KA62.2)

1E90.0 Varicella without complication

Definition of Varicella without complication: A disease caused by an infection with varicella zoster virus. This disease is characterised by a vesicular rash and fever. Transmission is by inhalation of infected respiratory secretions, or direct contact with fluid from vesicles.

1E90.1 Varicella meningitis

Definition of Varicella meningitis: A disease of the meninges, caused by an infection with varicella zoster virus. This infection is characterised by fever, stiff neck, headache, vomiting, photophobia, and sometimes an altered mental status or body aches. Transmission is through hematogenous spread to the meninges after inhalation of infected respiratory secretions, or direct contact with fluid from vesicles. Confirmation is by identification of varicella zoster viral DNA or anti-varicella zoster IgG in cerebrospinal fluid.

1E90.2 Varicella encephalitis

Inclusions:

  • Postchickenpox encephalitis
  • Varicella encephalomyelitis

1E90.Y Varicella with other specified complication

1E90.Z Varicella unspecified

Zoster

Definition of Zoster: A disease caused by the reactivation of a latent infection with varicella zoster virus. This disease commonly presents with a rash (typically within one or two adjacent dermatomes), cutaneous hyperaesthesia, or fever.

ICD 11 Code For Zoster

  1E91  Zoster

1E91.0 Zoster without complications

Definition of Zoster without complications: A painful blistering skin eruption following a dermatomal distribution resulting from reactivation of Varicella zoster virus in dorsal nerve root ganglia.

1E91.1 Ophthalmic zoster

Definition of Ophthalmic zoster: A disease of the eyes, caused by the reactivation of a latent infection with varicella zoster virus in the trigeminal nerve. This disease is characterised by a periorbital rash (typically within one dermatome), and conjunctivitis.

1E91.2 Disseminated zoster

Definition of Disseminated zoster: Disseminated herpes zoster indicates the presence of widespread cutaneous involvement extending beyond the primarily affected and directly adjacent dermatomes. It may be associated with impaired immunity resulting from disease or from therapy.

1E91.3 Zoster with central nervous system involvement

1E91.4 Acute neuropathy of cranial nerve due to zoster

1E91.40 Acute trigeminal zoster neuropathy

1E91.41 Acute herpetic geniculate ganglionitis

1E91.4Y Other specified acute neuropathy of cranial nerve due to zoster

1E91.5 Postherpetic polyneuropathy

1E91.Y Zoster with other specified complications

1E91.Z Zoster unspecified

Herpes simplex infections

Definition of Herpes simplex infections: Any condition caused by an infection with herpes simplex virus (human herpesviruses 1 and 2). Confirmation is by identification of herpes simplex virus type 1 or 2.

ICD 11 Code For Herpes simplex infections

  1F00  Herpes simplex infections

Exclusions:

  • Herpangina (1F05.1)

Coded Elsewhere:

1F00.0 Herpes simplex infection of skin or mucous membrane

Definition of Herpes simplex infection of skin or mucous membrane: A disease of the skin and mucous membranes, caused by an infection with herpes simplex virus type 1 or 2. This disease is characterised by vesicles, or may be asymptomatic. Transmission is by direct contact. Confirmation is by identification of herpes simplex virus type 1 or 2.

Coded Elsewhere:

  • Anogenital herpes simplex infection (1A94)

1F00.00 Herpes simplex infection of skin

Definition of Herpes simplex infection of skin: Herpes simplex infection affecting skin and commonly arising from person-to-person inoculation of virus from contact sports such as Rugby football or wrestling.

1F00.01 Herpes simplex labialis

Inclusions:

  • Cold sore

1F00.02 Herpes simplex gingivostomatitis

1F00.03 Disseminated cutaneous herpes simplex infection complicating other skin diseases

1F00.0Y Other specified herpes simplex infection of skin or mucous membrane

1F00.1 Herpes simplex infection of the eye

Definition of Herpes simplex infection of the eye: A condition of the eye, caused by an infection with herpes simplex virus type 1 or 2. The condition is characterised by blepharoconjunctivitis or keratitis. Transmission is by direct contact. Confirmation is by identification of herpes simplex virus type 1 or 2.

Coded Elsewhere:

  • Herpes simplex conjunctivitis (1D84.Y)

1F00.10 Herpes simplex keratitis

1F00.11 Herpes simplex infection of eyelid

1F00.1Y Other specified herpes simplex infection of the eye

1F00.1Z Herpes simplex infection of the eye unspecified

1F00.2 Herpes simplex infection of central nervous system

Definition of Herpes simplex infection of central nervous system: A condition of the central nervous system, caused by an infection with herpes simplex virus (human herpesviruses 1 and 2). This condition is characterised by fever, headache, or other clinical symptoms depending on the site of infection. Confirmation is by identification of herpes simplex virus type 1 or 2.

Coded Elsewhere:

  • Herpes simplex myelitis (1D02.1)

1F00.20 Herpes simplex meningitis

1F00.21 Encephalitis due to herpes simplex virus

Definition of Encephalitis due to herpes simplex virus: Herpetic encephalitis is a cerebral infection caused by herpes simplex virus type 1 (HSV1). It presents as acute necrosing temporal encephalitis. Onset is rapid (less than 48 hours) with a fever of 40C, headaches, and behavioural, language and memory problems. These initial manifestations are followed by numbness and coma, which may be accompanied by convulsions and paralysis. This disease, which affects only a small minority of HSV1-infected individuals, results from a primary immune deficiency.

Inclusions:

  • Simian B disease

1F00.3 Disseminated herpes simplex infection

1F00.Y Other specified herpes simplex infections

1F00.Z Herpes simplex infections unspecified

Roseola infantum

Definition of Roseola infantum: A disease caused by an infection with roseolovirus (human herpesvirus type 6 or 7). This disease is characterised by acute fever, followed by macular or maculopapular exanthem in some individuals. Transmission is by inhalation of infected respiratory secretions or direct contact.

ICD 11 Code For Roseola infantum

  1F01  Roseola infantum

Rubella

Definition of Rubella: A disease caused by an infection with the rubella virus. This disease commonly presents with lymphadenopathy, or an exanthem that starts on the face and spreads to the limbs and trunk. Transmission is commonly by inhalation of infected respiratory secretions, or direct contact.

ICD 11 Code For Rubella

  1F02  Rubella

Coded Elsewhere:

  • Congenital rubella syndrome (KA62.8)

1F02.0 Rubella with neurological complications

Rubella arthritis

Definition of Rubella arthritis: A disease of the joints, caused by an infection with the rubella virus. This disease is characterised by inflammation of the joints leading to arthralgia or difficulties moving the joints. Transmission is by inhalation of infected respiratory secretions, or direct contact. Confirmation is by identification of rubella virus (in nasal or throat swab samples, blood, urine, or cerebrospinal fluid), or detection of rubella virus specific IgM antibodies.

ICD 11 Code For Rubella arthritis

1F02.1 Rubella arthritis

Rubella without complication

Definition of Rubella without complication: Rubella was a common childhood viral infection until the advent of mass immunization programmes. It is characterised by a short-lived maculopapular exanthem, lymphadenopathy and mild fever: the majority of infections are not associated with significant morbidity. Transmission is by inhalation of infected respiratory secretions or by direct contact. Confirmation is by identification of rubella virus in nasal swab, throat swab or blood samples, or by detection of rubella virus specific IgM antibodies. Its public health importance lies in its potential to cause devastating harm to the fetus of an infected mother (congenital rubella syndrome).

ICD 11 Code For Rubella without complication

1F02.2 Rubella without complication

1F02.Y Rubella with other specified complication

Measles

Definition of Measles: A disease of the respiratory system, caused by an infection with Morbillivirus. This disease is characterised by a blotchy rash, fever, cough, conjunctivitis, or malaise. This disease may also present with tiny white spots with bluish-white centres inside the mouth. Transmission is by inhalation of infected respiratory secretions, airborne transmission or direct contact. Confirmation is by detection of Morbillivirus RNA or measles-specific IgM antibodies.

ICD 11 Code For Measles

  1F03  Measles

Inclusions:

  • morbilli

Coded Elsewhere:

1F03.0 Measles without complication

Definition of Measles without complication: A disease caused by an infection with Morbillivirus. This disease is characterised by fever, cough, coryza, conjunctivitis, enanthema, or maculopapular rash, without any additional secondary pathological conditions. Transmission is by inhalation of infected respiratory secretions, or direct contact. Confirmation is by detection of Morbillivirus RNA, or detection measles-specific IgM antibodies.

1F03.1 Measles complicated by encephalitis

Definition of Measles complicated by encephalitis: A disease caused by an infection with Morbillivirus that is complicated by an infection of the brain. This disease is characterised by symptoms of measles as well as inflammation of the brain. This disease may also present with fever, headache, poor appetite, vomiting, confusion, lethargy, or photophobia. Transmission is by haematogenous spread to the brain after inhalation of infected respiratory secretions, by airborne transmission, or by direct contact. Confirmation is by detection of Morbillivirus RNA or measles-specific IgM antibodies.

1F03.2 Measles complicated by meningitis

Definition of Measles complicated by meningitis: A disease caused by an infection with Morbillivirus that is complicated by an infection of the meninges. This disease is characterised by symptoms of measles as well as inflammation of the meninges. This disease may also present with a fever, vomiting, lethargy, confusion, muscle pain, photophobia, or convulsions. Transmission is by haematogenous spread to the meninges after inhalation of infected respiratory secretions, airborne transmission, or direct contact. Confirmation is by detection of Morbillivirus RNA or measles-specific IgM antibodies.

Inclusions:

  • Postmeasles meningitis

1F03.Y Measles with other complications

Erythema infectiosum

Definition of Erythema infectiosum: A condition caused by infection with parvovirus B19 (member of the Erythroparvovirus genus). In children, this condition is characterised by fever and cold-like symptoms initially, followed by a skin rash typically in the facial region In adolescents and adults, this condition may present with painful and swollen joints. Transmission is by droplet transmission, or vertical transmission.

ICD 11 Code For Erythema infectiosum

  1F04  Erythema infectiosum

Inclusions:

  • Slapped cheek syndrome

Picornavirus infections presenting in the skin or mucous membranes

ICD 11 Code For Picornavirus infections presenting in the skin or mucous membranes

  1F05  Picornavirus infections presenting in the skin or mucous membranes

1F05.0 Enteroviral vesicular stomatitis

Definition of Enteroviral vesicular stomatitis: Enteroviral vesicular stomatitis, commonly called hand, foot and mouth disease, is a highly contagious enterovirus infection (usually Coxsackievirus A16 or Enterovirus 71). It typically causes a mild febrile illness with sore throat and loss of appetite followed by an eruption of vesicles on the lips, hands and feet. The majority of cases occur in children under the age of five.

Inclusions:

  • Hand, foot and mouth disease

1F05.1 Enteroviral vesicular pharyngitis

1F05.2 Enteroviral exanthematous fever

Definition of Enteroviral exanthematous fever: An acute febrile, characteristically morbilliform exanthem due to infection by one of many different enteroviruses, especially Coxsackievirus and Echovirus.

Exclusions:

  • Enteroviral vesicular pharyngitis (1F05.1)
  • Enteroviral vesicular stomatitis (1F05.0)

1F05.3 Foot and mouth disease

Definition of Foot and mouth disease: A rare infection in humans due to the Aphthovirus Foot-and-mouth-disease virus (FMDV), which is responsible for a highly contagious epidemic infection of cloven-hoofed animals, particularly cattle. It manifests in humans with prodromal fever and malaise followed by vesiculation and ulceration of oral mucous membranes and lips. Vesicles may sometimes involve the digits and palmoplantar skin.

Exclusions:

  • Hand, foot and mouth disease (1F05.0)

1F05.Y Other specified picornavirus infections presenting in the skin or mucous membranes

Other specified viral infections characterised by skin or mucous membrane lesions

ICD 11 Code For Other specified viral infections characterised by skin or mucous membrane lesions

  1F0Y  Other specified viral infections characterised by skin or mucous membrane lesions

Viral infections characterised by skin or mucous membrane lesions unspecified

ICD 11 Code For Viral infections characterised by skin or mucous membrane lesions unspecified

  1F0Z  Viral infections characterised by skin or mucous membrane lesions unspecified

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