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Please provide keywords in the Search Text field and check the properties that you'd like to include in the search.

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The results are sorted by how good the text entered matches the phrase in ICD. It is also grouped by using the ICD hierarchy so that if the search text matches a parent category and several children, they will appear in a fashion that is easy to identify this relation visually. The list shows only the titles or the best match among the matched terms if the title is not a match. However, button will make more matching results visible under the entity.

If the search query hits more than 200 results, then only the top 200 will be displayed.

If you provide more than one keyword, the system will search for items that have all the keywords.

Wildcards: You may also use wildcard character *

For example, searching diabet* finds all entities that have a word that start with "diabet"

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You may close the Advanced Search window or the Search Results pane by clicking the X at the top left corner of the window.


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ICD-11 Beta Draft (Joint Linearization for Mortality and Morbidity Statistics)

Last Update: Aug 26
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Quick search helps you quickly navigate to a particular category. It searches the titles, inclusions, synonyms and narrower terms and it works by starting to search as you type and provide you options in a dynamic dropdown list.

Clicking on one of the entities that appear in the list will load the entity.

The results are sorted by how good the text entered matches the phrase in ICD. It is also grouped by using the ICD hierarchy so that if the search text matches a parent category and several children, they will appear in a fashion that is easy to identify this relation visually. The list shows only the titles or the best match among the matched terms if the title is not a match. However, button will make more matching results visible under the entity.

You may also use wildcards to find similar words or to simply save some typing. For example, transp* accident will find entities with transport and accident

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You may use the ICD-11 browser without registration. However, registered users of the browser can perform additional functions such as:

  • Contribute to the development of ICD11 by commenting on the content
  • Make proposals that suggest changes in the classification or enhance the content in it
  • Read other users' comments or proposals and participate
  • Access to PDF or Word versions of the classification that can be printed
  • ... and more

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ICD-11 Beta Draft

Welcome to the ICD-11 Browser

You can browse the ICD-11 proposed content here

If you wish to participate in the Beta Phase you may create an account for yourself from by registering to the ICD-11 Browser. Registering will provide you additional functionality such as accessing print materials, commenting, making change proposals, receiving notifications, etc.

Caveats

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ICD-11 Beta draft is:

  • NOT FINAL
  • updated on a daily basis
  • It is not approved by WHO
  • NOT TO BE USED for CODING except for agreed FIELD TRIALS

Related Information

More information on ICD-11 Beta Phase

What to expect, when and how?

Known concerns about the ICD-11 Beta Phase

For more information about how to use the ICD-11 Browser, please see the User Guide

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Visualization Modes

Foundation

When visualizing the foundation, all nodes look the same except the selected entity which has a darker background and larger circle. In this example the Intervertebral disc herniation is the selected entity

Linearizations

When browsing a linearization, only entities in that linearization are visible. Regular parent-child relations are shown in blue color. The foundation children that are not linearization children are shown with a dashed line in gray.

The color within the circle shows whether the entity is a grouping entity or a category with a code

Linearization within foundation

If you click on the button, the system displays the system shows you the foundation but highlighting the linearization within the foundation.

In this mode, the entities that are in the linearization has a blue circle whereas entities that are not in the linearization has a gray circle. As in the linearization view, the color inside circle shows whether the entity is a grouping or a codable category

The blue lines show the linearization parents where as the gray lines are other parent-child relations in the foundation

In this example, "Polycythaemia" has 3 children in the foundation.

One of them (the one with the gray circle) is not included in the linearization.

"Relative polycythaemia" is included in the linearization but the linearization parent is elsewhere (blue node with gray connection).

The third one is a proper linearization children (blue circle with blue line)

More information on the visualization feature is available in the User Guide

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