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ICD9CM (International Classification of Diseases, Ninth Revision, Clinical Modification) - Statistics


Semantic Type Distribution

Semantic Type IDSemantic Type NameCount Percentage Distribution
T047Disease or Syndrome667831.8
T037Injury or Poisoning376217.9
T061Therapeutic or Preventive Procedure363417.3
T033Finding17328.2
T191Neoplastic Process11425.4
T046Pathologic Function9034.3
T060Diagnostic Procedure6963.3
T048Mental or Behavioral Dysfunction5482.6
T019Congenital Abnormality4252.0
T020Acquired Abnormality2931.4
T184Sign or Symptom2771.3
T067Phenomenon or Process2631.3

Term Type Counts

Term TypeExpanded FormCount
ABAbbreviation in any source vocabulary18449
PTDesignated preferred name18449
HTHierarchical term3957

Attribute Counts

Attribute TypeExpanded FormCount
ICEICD Entry Term (e.g. Diarrhea:{dysenteric; epidemic}; Infectious diarrheal disease)5375
SOSScope Statement3672
ICAICD Additional Codes Note - an ICD-9-CM instruction to signal the coder that an additional code should be used if the information is available to provide a more complete picture of that diagnoses or procedure.442
ICNICD Note - instruction providing additional coding information.401
ICCICD Code Also Note - an ICD-9-CM instruction to signal the coder to code additional information.222
ICFICD Fifth-digit Code Note - instruction to coders indicating use of a fifth-digit code.78

Relationship Counts

Relation Name/Additional LabelExpanded FormCount
SIB/has sibling relationship in a Metathesaurus source vocabulary./Empty relationship attribute138124
CHD/has child relationship in a Metathesaurus source vocabulary /Empty relationship attribute22406
PAR/has parent relationship in a Metathesaurus source vocabulary /Empty relationship attribute22406
SY/expanded_form_ofsource asserted synonymy./Expanded form of18449
SY/has_expanded_formsource asserted synonymy./Has expanded form18449

Definition Count

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Source Overlap

Source# Concepts Sharing Atom/# Total ConceptsPercentage Distribution
MDR11887/2099356.6
MDRCZE11887/2099356.6
MDRDUT11887/2099356.6
MDRFRE11887/2099356.6
MDRGER11887/2099356.6
MDRHUN11887/2099356.6
MDRITA11887/2099356.6
MDRPOR11887/2099356.6
MDRSPA11887/2099356.6
SNOMEDCT_US11323/2099353.9
SCTSPA11207/2099353.4
RCD9302/2099344.3
MEDCIN7615/2099336.3
SNMI7521/2099335.8
MDRJPN7502/2099335.7
MTHICD96002/2099328.6
ICD10CM5694/2099327.1
ICD10AM4769/2099322.7
ICD103693/2099317.6
DMDICD103633/2099317.3
ICD10DUT3636/2099317.3
KCD53603/2099317.2
ICPC2ICD10ENG3278/2099315.6
CHV3127/2099314.9
ICPC2ICD10DUT2920/2099313.9
NCI2233/2099310.6
SNM2102/2099310.0
MSH2038/209939.7
MSHFRE1949/209939.3
MSHNOR1928/209939.2
MSHCZE1932/209939.2
MSHITA1881/209939.0
MSHGER1873/209938.9
MSHPOR1837/209938.8
MSHSPA1834/209938.7
MSHDUT1639/209937.8
MSHPOL1554/209937.4
MSHRUS1554/209937.4
MSHSWE1540/209937.3
CCPSS1542/209937.3
MSHJPN1449/209936.9
MSHFIN1450/209936.9
NDFRT1319/209936.3
RCDSY1298/209936.2
ICPC2P1260/209936.0
DXP1211/209935.8
COSTAR1033/209934.9
RCDAE990/209934.7
CSP958/209934.6
OMIM967/209934.6
LCH_NW937/209934.5
HPO900/209934.3
NCI_NICHD857/209934.1
MSHSCR850/209934.0
AOD781/209933.7
CST737/209933.5
WHOFRE707/209933.4
WHOPOR709/209933.4
WHO717/209933.4
WHOGER653/209933.1
WHOSPA599/209932.9
MEDLINEPLUS598/209932.8
LCH575/209932.7
CCS482/209932.3
ICD10AMAE456/209932.2
CPT460/209932.2
LNC446/209932.1
BI387/209931.8
PSY349/209931.7
NCI_NCI-GLOSS327/209931.6
ICD10AE320/209931.5
SNOMEDCT_VET304/209931.4
QMR272/209931.3