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Re: Issues with ICD-10 coding and translation and missing modules

From: Francisco Vila
Subject: Re: Issues with ICD-10 coding and translation and missing modules
Date: Wed, 22 Jul 2020 12:24:36 +0200
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El 21/7/20 a las 22:20, Edgar Hagenbichler escribió:

CIE-10-ES-2020-FINALS.txt and CIE-10-ES-2020-COMPLETE.txt are
interesting sources, mainly they are so many because of 5-digit-codes,
e.g. A01.00. Maybe they are provided by the MoH or the public insurance?

Yes, by MoH in

It would be great if you could find the original spanish ICD-10 WHO 2019
version as provided by the contact point (see attachment).

Will try, thanks

At the moment I am confused. I have filtered my 'complete' list and found

 21 chapter names
 289 groups in the form A00-A09
 1903 subgroups in the form A00 only
 9865 finals in the form A00.0

The latest two add up to 11768 unique codes, so there is still a big
difference with 14+K. My filters are

# Chapter names. (21 lines)
awk -e '$1 ~ /Cap/{print}' CIE-10-ES-2020-COMPLETE.txt

# groups, type A00-A09 (289 lines)
awk -e '$1 ~ /^[A-Z][0-9][0-9]-[A-Z][0-9][0-9]$/{print}'

# IDs type  A00 or single digit after dot A00.1 etc (11768 lines)
awk -e '$1 ~ /^[A-Z][0-9][0-9](\.[0-9])?$/{print}'

# subgroups A00 (1903 lines)
awk -e '$1 ~ /^[A-Z][0-9][0-9]$/{print}' CIE-10-ES-2020-COMPLETE.txt

# unique IDs with a single digit after the dot A00.0 (9865 lines)
awk -e '$1 ~ /^[A-Z][0-9][0-9](\.[0-9])$/{print}'

More research is needed.

Francisco Vila, Ph.D. - Badajoz (Spain)
Tutoriales de LilyPond y Frescobaldi

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