International classification of impairments, disabilities, and handicaps: a manual of classification relating to the consequences of disease
Used for the classification of the consequences of disease (as well as of injuries and other disorders) and of their implications for the lives of individuals. Each section includes a definition and characteristics of the classification, as well as a list of two digit categories.
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THE CONSEQUENCES OF DISEASE
CLASSIFICATION OF IMPAIRMENTS
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4th digit abnormal achondroplasia aids assessment body carpus category i.e. communication disabilities complete concepts consequences of disease customary dependence difficulty dimensions disability Includes Disability relating disadvantage disorders disturbance Excludes experience facial faecal incontinence function H code handicap classification hearing impairment identified impairment and disability impairment of consciousness impairment of head impairment of internal Impairment of speech impairment of visual impairment or disability incomplete deficiency incontinence individual intermittent limb lower Longitudinal deficiency low vision lower limb manual Mechanical and motor mechanical impairment ment mental retardation meromelia moderately severe motor impairment movements needs norms occupation ocular impairment orientation paresthesia performance phocomelia potential problems Profound hearing impairment Profound visual impairment regard relating to tolerance role disability scale categories scheme Shoulder-hand syndrome skeletal social spastic paralysis specific status structure survival roles tetraplegia Transverse deficiency trunk region underlying Unspecified Includes upper limb visual acuity World Health Organization