The application of the International Statistical Classification of Diseases to neurology: ICD-10 NA

  title={The application of the International Statistical Classification of Diseases to neurology: ICD-10 NA},
  author={J. J. van Drimmelen-Krabbe and Walter G Bradley and J. -M. Orgogozo and Norman Sartorius},
  journal={Journal of the Neurological Sciences},
Revised 2004 International Classification of Headache Disorders: New Headache Types
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  • Medicine, Psychology
    Canadian Journal of Neurological Sciences / Journal Canadien des Sciences Neurologiques
  • 2004
Using illustrative cases, this review highlights 10 important new headache types that have been added to the second edition of the International Classification of Headache Disorders.
Burden of Neurological Disease
Neuropathic pain needs systematic classification
Considering the complex pathophysiology of chronic pain, the often incomplete response to analgesic treatment and its disabling consequences, the European Federation of Chapters in the International Association for the Study of Pain and the Institute of Medicine of the National Academies in the United States suggest recognizing chronic pain as a disease in its own right.
Definition and classification of cerebral palsy
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    Developmental medicine and child neurology
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The International Workshop on the Definition and Classification of Cerebral Palsy have proposed a fresh definition and classification of cerebral palsy and the most provocative suggestion is that CP should be classified as unilateral or bilateral with the old terms of diplegia, quadriplegia, etc being abandoned.
Neuronosology: historical remarks.
Classifications for neurological disorders have evolved from following the theory of the humors to modern anatomical pathology and, recently, to the germ theory that stared the etiological era, as
From Hemicrania Lunaris to Hemicrania Continua: An Overview of the Revised International Classification of Headache Disorders
Clinicians should continue to consult the IHS criteria to ensure accurate diagnosis, to continue to refine the diagnostic criteria, and to contribute to the body of knowledge necessary to make further advances in the classification as well as in the field of headache.
Hospital Mortality Among Elderly Patients Admitted With Neurological Disorders Was Not Predicted by any Particular Diagnosis in a Tertiary Medical Center
Evaluating whether functional, cognitive, or comorbidity scores will improve the risk model of hospital mortality in elderly patients admitted with ND is suggested.
Autonomic dysfunction in patients with Alzheimer’s disease
There is statistically significant abnormality suggestive of sympathetic predominance and suppression of parasympathetic activity in AD group as compared to control group, and cardiac autonomic dysfunction and disease severity are positively correlated.
Predictors of long length of hospital stay among elders admitted with seizures in a tertiary centre: a prospective study.
Long LOS was common among elderly patients admitted with seizures, and most predictors of long LOS found in this cohort might be avoidable; these findings should be confirmed with further research.
Cause of Death by Validation from Verbal Autopsy in Selected Sites of Rural South India
The present study derived two components via pilot and main study, in case of pilot-based study major cause of death was pregnancy and child birth complications with predicted good sensitivity, specificity, and positive predictive value (100%) (Odd ratio 4.65).


International classification of diseases, tenth revison: Neurological adaptation (ICD‐10 NA): Extrapyramidal and movement disorders
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The new ICD‐10NA of Extrapyramidal and Movement Disorders aims to provide an updated and comprehensive categorization of movement disorders.
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The trial demonstrated that the ICD-10 chapter dealing with mental and behavioral disorders is on the whole suitable for general use and provided valuable indications about changes needed for subsequent versions and demonstrated the feasibility of large-scale international research on classification and diagnosis in psychiatry.
SCAN. Schedules for Clinical Assessment in Neuropsychiatry.
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The International Classification of Impairments, Disabilities and Handicaps of the World Health Organization
In response to reduction in the relative contribution of acute and life-threatening illnesses, as chronic disorders became more dominant, the World Health Organization commissioned construction of a scheme for classifying information relevant to the consequences of disease, which led to publication of the International Classification of Impairments, Disabilities, and Handicaps.
International Classification of Impairments, Disabilities and Handicaps
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The Australian College of Paediatrics has shown the way by producing a balanced and thoughtful Discussion Document, and it is to be hoped that the Human Rights Commission will see fit to take this important matter further.