DIAGNOSTIC GUIDELINES

DIAGNOSTIC GUIDELINES

Diagnostic guidelines are based on the number and balance of symptoms,
which are usually found in most cases to establish a
definite diagnosis .

This guideline is structured in such a way as to be flexible in its use to establish a
diagnosis in the clinic, for example in the inclusion of the duration of symptoms, this is intended
as a general guideline and is not a strict requirement. Clinicians
should use their own judgment about the choice of a
suitable diagnosis , if the duration of symptoms is longer or shorter than that has been determined.
 If the conditions stated in the diagnostic guidelines can be met, then the
diagnosis can be considered definite. However, if only part of it is fulfilled, it is
still useful to record the diagnosis for various purposes.

This situation is very dependent on the diagnosis maker and other users
to determine whether to record a definite diagnosis or a diagnosis with a
lower level of certainty (for example: a provisional diagnosis, if there will
be additional information, or a tentative diagnosis, if the information will not be
obtained. again).

 The clinical description of this diagnostic guideline has no theoretical implications, and
is not a comprehensive statement of the current level of knowledge
of the disorder. This guideline is only a collection of symptoms
and concepts that have been agreed by a large number of experts and consultants from various
countries, to serve as a rational basis for limiting
the categories of diagnosis and diagnosis of mental disorders.

 It is recommended that clinicians follow the general recommendation to record as
many diagnoses as possible covering the entire clinical picture.
When listing more than one diagnosis, the main diagnosis is placed at the top and
then the other diagonists in addition. The main diagnosis is related to the
need for immediate action or the demands of care for the patient’s current condition or
other goals.

If there is any doubt about the order in which multiple diagnoses were rCloseecorded, or
the diagnose maker is unsure of the purpose for which the information will be used,
record the diagnoses in numerical order in the classification.

 

F00 – F09 ORGANIC MENTAL DISORDERS

(INCLUDING SYMPTOMATIC MENTAL DISORDERS)
F00 DEMENSIA IN ALZHEIMER DISEASE F00.0
Dementia in Alzheimer’s disease with early onset
F00.1 Dementia in late-onset Alzheimer’s disease
F00.2 Dementia in Alzheimer’s disease, unspecified type Mixed
F00.9 Dementia in Alzheimer’s disease YTT
F01 VASCULAR DEMENSIA
F01.0 Acute onset vascular dementia
F01.1 Multi-infarct
dementia
F01.2 Subcortical vascular dementia F01.3 Mixed cortical and subcortical
vascular dementia
F01.8 Other vascular dementias F01.9 Vascular dementia YTT
F02 DEMENSIA IN OTHER DISEASES YDK
F02.0 Dementia in Pick’s disease
F02.1 Dementia in Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease
F02.2 Dementia in Huntington’s disease
F02.3 Dementia in Parkinson’s disease
F02.4 Dementia in Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV)
F02.8 Dementia in other diseases YDT YDK
F03 DEMENSIA YTT

The fifth character can used to determine dementia in F00 – F03 as
follows:

.x0 Without additional symptoms
.x1 Other symptoms, especially delusions
.x2 Other symptoms, especially hallucinations
.x3 Other symptoms, especially depression
.x4 Other mixed symptoms
F04 ORGANIC AMNESIC SYNDROME NOT DUE TO ALCOHOLS and Substances
OTHER PSYCHOACTIVES
F05 DELIRIUM IS NOT DUE TO ALCOHOL AND OTHER PSYCHOACTIVE MATERIALS
F05.0 Delirium, non-overlapping with dementia
F05.1 Delirium, overlapping with dementia F05.8
Other

Delirium F05.9 Delirium YTT

F06 OTHER MENTAL DISORDERS DUE TO DAMAGE
AND DISFUNCTION
OF BRAIN AND PHYSICAL DISEASE F06.0 Organic
Gynecomic F16 organic
F06.2 Organic disorder (lir-schizophrenia)
F06.3 Organic mood disorder (affective mood)
.30 Organic bead
disorders .31 Organic bipolar disorder

.32 Organic depressive disorder
.33 Mixed organic affective disorder
F06.4 Organic anxiety
disorder
F06.5 Organic dissociative disorder F06.6 Organic
astenic disorder
F06.7 Mild cognitive impairment F06.8 Other mental disorders YDK due to brain damage and dysfunction and
physical illness
F06.9 Mental disorders YTT due to brain damage and dysfunction and
physical illness
F07 PERSONALITY DISORDERS and BEHAVIOR DUE TO DISEASES,
DAMAGE AND BRAIN
DISFUNCTION F07.0 Organic personality disorders
F07.1 Post-encephalytic
syndrome F07.2 Post-contusion syndrome
F07.8 Personality disorders and other organic behavior due to disease,
brain damage and function
F07.9 YTT organic personality and behavior disorders due
to brain disease, damage and dysfunction
F09 MENTAL ORGANIC OR SOMATIC MENTAL DISORDERS YTT

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