Metadata

Name Infection of anal and rectal regions
Type Disease or Syndrome
Group Infections
Data Sources
Clinical Terminologies ICD-10
Codelists
Valid Event Data Range 01/01/1999 - 01/07/2016
Sex Female
Male
Authors Kuan V, Denaxas S, Gonzalez-Izquierdo A, Direk K, Bhatti O, Husain S, Sutaria S, Hingorani M, Nitsch D, Parisinos C, Lumbers T, Mathur R, Sofat R, Casas JP, Wong I, Hemingway H, Hingorani A
Agreement Date 20 May 2019
Version (UUID) 1 (dxgs3A67daFEpmErCZJjKy)

Secondary care

Diagnoses

Disease ICD10code ICD10codeDescr Category
Infection of anal and rectal regions A51.1 Primary anal syphilis Diagnosis of Infection of anal and rectal regions
Infection of anal and rectal regions A54.6 Gonococcal infection of anus and rectum Diagnosis of Infection of anal and rectal regions
Infection of anal and rectal regions A56.3 Chlamydial infection of anus and rectum Diagnosis of Infection of anal and rectal regions
Infection of anal and rectal regions A60.1 Herpesviral infection of perianal skin and rectum Diagnosis of Infection of anal and rectal regions
Infection of anal and rectal regions A60.9 Anogenital herpesviral infection, unspecified Diagnosis of Infection of anal and rectal regions
Infection of anal and rectal regions A63.0 Anogenital (venereal) warts Diagnosis of Infection of anal and rectal regions
Infection of anal and rectal regions K61 Abscess of anal and rectal regions Diagnosis of Infection of anal and rectal regions

Implementation

At the specified date, a patient is defined as having had Infection of anal and rectal regions IF they meet the criteria for any of the following on or before the specified date. The earliest date on which the individual meets any of the following criteria on or before the specified date is defined as the first event date:

Secondary care
1. ALL diagnoses of Infection of anal and rectal regions or history of diagnosis during a hospitalization

Publications

Kuan V., Denaxas S., Gonzalez-Izquierdo A. et al. A chronological map of 308 physical and mental health conditions from 4 million individuals in the National Health Service. The Lancet Digital Health - DOI 10.1016/S2589-7500(19)30012-3