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Enteritis (acute) (catarrhal) (choleraic) (chronic) (congestive) (diarrheal) (exudative) (follicular) (hemorrhagic) (infantile) (lienteric) (noninfectious) (perforative) (phlegmonous) (presumed noninfectious) (pseudomembranous) 558.9
adaptive 564.9
aertrycke infection 003.0
allergic 558.3
amebic 006.9 See also: Amebiasis
with abscess See: Abscess, amebic
acute 6
with abscess See: Abscess, amebic
nondysenteric 006.2
chronic 6.1
with abscess See: Abscess, amebic
nondysenteric 006.2
nondysenteric 6.2
anaerobic (cocci) (gram-negative) (gram-positive) (mixed) NEC 008.46
bacillary NEC 004.9
bacterial NEC 008.5
specified NEC 8.49
Bacteroides (fragilis) (melaninogeniscus) (oralis) 008.46
Butyrivibrio (fibriosolvens) 008.46
Campylobacter 008.43
Candida 112.85
Chilomastix 007.8
choleriformis 001.1
chronic 558.9
ulcerative 556.9 See also: Colitis, ulcerative
cicatrizing (chronic) 555.0
Clostridium
botulinum 5.1
difficile 8.45
haemolyticum 8.46
novyi 8.46
perfringens (C) (F) 8.46
specified type NEC 8.46
coccidial 007.2
dietetic 558.9
due to
achylia gastrica 536.8
adenovirus 8.62
Aerobacter aerogenes 8.2
anaerobes 8.46 See also: Enteritis, anaerobic
Arizona (bacillus) 8.1
astrovirus 8.66
Bacillus coli See: Enteritis, E. coli
bacteria NEC 8.5
specified NEC 008.49
Bacteroides 8.46 See also: Enteritis, Bacteroides
Butyrivibrio (fibriosolvens) 8.46
Calcivirus 8.65
Camplyobacter 8.43
Clostridium See: Enteritis, Clostridium
Cockle agent 8.64
Coxsackie (virus) 8.67
Ditchling agent 8.64
ECHO virus 8.67
Enterobacter aerogenes 8.2
enterococci 8.49
enterovirus NEC 8.67
Escherichia coli See: Enteritis, E. coli
Eubacterium 8.46
Fusobacterium (nucleatum) 8.46
gram-negative bacteria NEC 8.47
anaerobic NEC 008.46
Hawaii agent 8.63
irritating foods 558.9
Klebsiella aerogenes 8.47
Marin County agent 8.66
Montgomery County agent 8.63
Norwalk-like agent 8.63
Norwalk virus 8.63
Otofuke agent 8.63
Paracolobactrum arizonae 8.1
paracolon bacillus NEC 8.47
arizona 008.1
Paramatta agent 8.64
Peptococcus 8.46
Peptostreptococcus 8.46
Proprionibacterium 8.46
Proteus (bacillus) (mirabilis) (morganii) 8.3
Pseudomonas aeruginosa 8.42
Rotavirus 8.61
Sapporo agent 8.63
small round virus (SRV) NEC 8.64
featureless NEC 008.63
structured NEC 008.63
Snow Mountain (SM) agent 8.63
specified
bacteria NEC 008.49
organism, nonbacterial NEC 008.8
virus NEC 008.69
Staphylococcus 8.41
Streptococcus 8.49
anaerobic 008.46
Taunton agent 8.63
Torovirus 8.69
Treponema 8.46
Veillonella 8.46
virus 8.8
specified type NEC 008.69
Wollan (W) agent 8.64
Yersinia enterocolitica 8.44
dysentery See: Dysentery
E. coli 008.00
enterohemorrhagic 8.04
enteroinvasive 8.03
enteropathogenic 8.01
enterotoxigenic 8.02
specified type NEC 8.09
El Tor 001.1
embadomonial 007.8
epidemic 009.0
Eubacterium 008.46
fermentative 558.9
fulminant 557.0
Fusobacterium (nucleatum) 008.46
gangrenous 009.0 See also: Enteritis, due to, by organism
giardial 007.1
gram-negative bacteria NEC 008.47
anaerobic NEC 8.46
infectious NEC 009.0 See also: Enteritis, due to, by organism
presumed 9.1
influenzal 487.8
ischemic 557.9
acute 557
chronic 557.1
due to mesenteric artery insufficiency 557.1
membranous 564.9
mucous 564.9
myxomembranous 564.9
necrotic 009.0 See also: Enteritis, due to, by organism
necroticans 005.2
necrotizing of fetus or newborn 777.5
neurogenic 564.9
newborn 777.8
necrotizing 777.5
parasitic NEC 129
paratyphoid (fever) 002.9 See also: Fever, paratyphoid
Peptococcus 008.46
Peptostreptococcus 008.46
Proprionibacterium 008.46
protozoal NEC 007.9
regional (of) 555.9
intestine
large (bowel, colon, or rectum) 555.1
with small intestine 555.2
small (duodenum, ileum, or jejunum) 555.0
with large intestine 555.2
Salmonella infection 003.0
salmonellosis 003.0
segmental 555.9 See also: Enteritis, regional
septic 009.0 See also: Enteritis, due to, by organism
Shigella 004.9
simple 558.9
spasmodic 564.9
spastic 564.9
staphylococcal 008.41
due to food 5
streptococcal 008.49
anaerobic 8.46
toxic 558.2
Treponema (denticola) (macrodentium) 008.46
trichomonal 007.3
tuberculous 014.8 See also: Tuberculosis
typhosa 002.0
ulcerative (chronic) 556.9 See also: Colitis, ulcerative
Veillonella 008.46
viral 008.8
adenovirus 8.62
enterovirus 8.67
specified virus NEC 8.69
Yersinia enterocolitica 008.44
zymotic 009.0