ICD 10 - International Classification of Diseases of the 10th Revision

INFECTIOUS ARTHROPATHIES (M00-M03)

Note. This group covers arthropathies caused by microbiological agents. The distinction was made according to the following types of etiological connection: a) direct infection of the joint, in which microorganisms invade the synovial tissue and microbial antigens are found in the joint; b) indirect infection, which can be of two types: "reactive arthropathy", when the microbial infection of the body is established, but in the joint neither microorganisms nor antigens are detected; and "postinfection arthropathy", at which the microbial antigen is present, but the recovery of the organism is inconclusive and there is no evidence of local multiplication of the microorganism.

M00 Pyogenic arthritis

[locate code see above]

M01 * Direct infection of the joint in infectious and parasitic diseases classified elsewhere

[localization code see above] Excluded: arthropathy in sarcoidosis ( M14.8 * ) postinfection and reactive arthropathy (*)

M02 Reactive arthropathy

[localization code see above] Excluded: Behcet's disease ( M35.2 ) rheumatic fever ( I00 )

M03 * Postinfection and reactive arthropathy in diseases classified elsewhere

[localization code see above] Excluded: direct infection of the joint in infectious and parasitic diseases classified elsewhere (*)

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In Russia, the International Classification of Diseases of the 10th revision ( ICD-10 ) was adopted as a single normative document to take into account the incidence, the reasons for the population to address medical facilities of all departments, the causes of death.

ICD-10 was introduced into the practice of health care throughout the RF in 1999 by the order of the Ministry of Health of Russia of 27.05.97. №170

The release of the new revision ( ICD-11 ) is planned in 2017.