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International certificates of vaccination
World Health Assembly, 3 ( 1950 )
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International chemical reference substances: EDQM and WHO collaborate
( 2010 )
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International Children's Centre, Paris
Executive Board, 13 ( 1954 )
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International Children's Centre, Paris
Executive Board, 13 ( 1953 )
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International Civil Service Advisory Board
World Health Assembly, 3 ( 1950 )
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International Civil Service Commission
Executive Board, 57 ( 1976 )
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International Civil Service Commission
World Health Assembly, 28 ( 1975 )
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International Civil Service Commission
Executive Board, 53 ( 1974 )
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International Civil Service Commission
Executive Board, 51 ( 1973 )
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International Civil Service Commission
Executive Board, 55 ( 1975 )
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International Civil Service Commission
World Health Assembly, 28 ( 1975 )
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International Civil Service Commission
World Health Assembly, 26 ( 1973 )
International classification of diseases : [9th] ninth revision, basic tabulation list with alphabetic index
World Health Organization ( 1978 )
Abstract

The ninth revision of an international classification of diseases accepted and used throughout the world for the coding of mortality and morbidity statistics and the indexing of hospital records. Revisions in this ninth edition respond to the need in several countries to satisfy clinical requirements by structural changes in the classification as well as by providing increased specificity. Major innovations include the provision of optional fifth digits in certain places, introduction of an independent 4-digit coding system for the classification of histological varieties of neoplasm, a change in the role of the E code for external causes, and a proposed dual classification of certain diagnostic statements. The classification is presented in two volumes. The first, which constitutes the primary coding tool, presents the tabular list of inclusions and four-digit subcategories. The second volume provides an exhaustive index of terms organized in the form of lead terms and various levels of indication. The index has three sections. The first, concerned with the type of information that would be recorded by a physician, covers diseases, syndromes, pathological conditions, injuries, signs, symptoms, problems and other reasons for contact with health services. The second section provides an index of external causes of injury and refers to descriptions of the circumstances under which the violence occurred. The final section of the index covers drugs and other chemical substances giving rise to poisoning or other adverse effects, including effects associated with therapeutic use

The International classification of diseases and health-related classifications
( 1990 )
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International classification of diseases for oncology (ICD-O) – 3rd edition, 1st revision
World Health Organization ( 2013 )
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International classification of diseases for oncology / editors, April Fritz ... [et al.]
Fritz, April; Percy, Constance; Jack, Andrew; Shanmugaratnam, Kanagaratnam; Sobin, Leslie H; Parkin, D. Maxwell; Whelan, Sharon L; World Health Organization ( 2000 )
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International classification of diseases for oncology / editors, Constance Percy, Valerie Van Holten, Calum Muir
Percy, Constance; Holten, Valerie van; Muir, Calum S; World Health Organization ( 1990 )
Abstract

The second revised edition of the standard international coding tool for cancer registration. The 1990 edition, which has been finalized following extensive field testing throughout the world, permits the coding of all neoplasms as malignant, benign, in situ, of uncertain behaviour, or metastatic. As in the previous edition, a separate code for histologic grading and differentiation has also been included. ICD-O, which comes into force before ICD-10, can be used for both topographic sites and histologic types of neoplasms by those who wish to code greater detail about a neoplasm than is provided for in the neoplasms chapter of ICD-10. Since the great majority of users are from tumor registries, the new edition features specific instructions for tumor registrars as well as for pathologists. The classification was developed in collaboration with the United States National Cancer Institute and the WHO International Agency for Research on Cancer. New features include adoption of the ICD-10 classification for tumor topography with its alphanumeric coding system, inclusion of several new histologic types in the morphology section, complete remodelling of the section on Non-Hodgkins lymphoma, and expansion of the sixth-digit code for histologic grading and differentiation in order to identify T- and B-cell involvement for lymphomas and leukemias

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International classification of diseases translator : ninth and tenth revisions : user's guide to electronic tables [computer file]
World Health Organization. Division of Health Situation and Trend Assessment ( 1997 )
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International classification of functioning and disability : ICIDH-2
World Health Organization. Assessment, Classification and Epidemiology Unit ( 1999 )
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International classification of functioning and disability : ICIDH-2
World Health Organization. Assessment, Classification and Epidemiology Group ( 1999 )
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