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|ICD-11 Structural developmental anomalies of the urinary system|
LB30 Structural developmental anomalies of kidneys - LB30.0 Renal agenesis or other reduction defects of kidney | LB30.1 Renal dysplasia | LB30.2 Congenital single renal cyst | LB30.3 Renal tubular dysgenesis | LB30.4 Oligomeganephronia | LB30.5 Accessory kidney | LB30.6 Fusion anomaly of kidneys | LB30.7 Ectopic or pelvic kidney | LB30.8 Medullary sponge kidney | LB30.9 Multicystic renal dysplasia
LB31 Structural developmental anomalies of urinary tract - LB31.0 Congenital hydronephrosis | LB31.1 Congenital primary megaureter | LB31.2 Foetal lower urinary tract obstruction | LB31.3 Exstrophy of urinary bladder | LB31.4 Congenital diverticulum of urinary bladder | LB31.5 Duplication of urethra | LB31.6 Congenital megalourethra | LB31.7 Megacystis-megaureter | LB31.8 Atresia or stenosis of ureter | LB31.9 Agenesis of ureter | LB31.A Duplication of ureter | LB31.B Malposition of ureter | LB31.C Congenital absence of bladder or urethra | LB31.D Congenital vesico-uretero-renal reflux
KC01 Congenital renal failure A severe irreversible decline in the ability of kidneys to remove wastes, concentrate urine, and maintain electrolyte balance; blood pressure; and calcium metabolism which existed at, or often before, birth.
GB41 Nephrotic syndrome "A condition characterised by severe proteinuria, greater than 3.5 g/day in an average adult. The substantial loss of protein in the urine results in hypoalbuminaemia and generalised oedema. There is also usually hyperlipidaemia. Other manifestations of glomerular disease may be present. There are many possible causes and renal histological appearances. Possible complications include vascular thrombosis, infections, malnutrition and renal failure.