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Taxonomy and Classification of Viruses

Cornelia Büchen-Osmond (2006)

Manual of Clinical Microbiology


8th edition American Society for Microbiology

Human diseases caused by viruses

The list of viruses and their disease designation presented here is based on version 10 of the International Code of Diseases (ICD-10) was too extensive to be published in full length the chapter on Taxonomy and Classification of Viruses. The complete list (Table 7) is displayed below and will be updated periodically.


ICD-10 has different special edition in Australia; Canada; New Zealand; USA.
ICD-10 exists also in other than English versions.

ICD-9, ICD-10 files are available online from CDC and can be downloaded here.

Table 7: Reconciliation of comprehensive, current taxonomy from ICTVdB with transmission, symptom and disease designation from ICD-10 and important fact sheets of diseases on the web.

Gemone

Vcode/description

Virus name/Taxonomic list  

Acronym

transmission

signs and symptoms

ICD-10 code

ICD-10 & important disease fact sheets

dsDNA

00.058.

Poxviridae

dsDNA

00.058.1.

Chordopoxvirinae

dsDNA

00.058.1.01.

Orthopoxvirus

dsDNA

00.058.1.01.004.

Cowpoxvirus

(CPXV)

direct contact with wound,

skin and mucous membrane lesions

B08.0

Orthopoxvirus infections

dsDNA

00.058.1.01.006.

Monkeypox virus

(MPXV)

abrasions, aerosol, fomites

B04

Monkeypox

dsDNA

00.058.1.01.010.

Vaccinia virus

(VACV)

skin and mucous membrane lesions

B08.0

vaccination strain infections

dsDNA

00.058.1.01.011.

Variola virus

(VARV)

eradicated since 1980

B03

smallpox

dsDNA

00.058.1.02.

Parapoxvirus

dsDNA

00.058.1.02.002.

Bovine papular stomatitis virus

(BPSV)

direct contact

skin and mucous membrane lesions

B08.0

Orthopoxvirus infections

dsDNA

00.058.1.02.003.

Orf virus

(ORFV)

direct contact

contagious ecthyma

B08.0

contagious pustular dermatitis

dsDNA

00.058.1.02.005.

Pseudocowpox virus

(PCPV)

direct contact

skin and mucous membrane lesions

B08.0

Milker's nodule infections

dsDNA

00.058.1.07.

Molluscipoxvirus

dsDNA

00.058.1.07.001.

Molluscum contagiosum virus

(MOCV)

direct contact with wound,

eczema, contagious pustular dermatitis

B08.1

Molluscum contagiosum

dsDNA

abrasions, aerosol,

dsDNA

often sexually transmitted

dsDNA

00.058.1.08.

Yatapoxvirus

dsDNA

00.058.1.08.002.

Tanapox virus

(TANV)

direct contact

skin and mucous membrane lesions

B08.8

viral infections including Tanapox

dsDNA

00.058.1.08.003.

Yaba monkey tumor virus

(YMYV)

direct contact

skin and mucous membrane lesions

B08.8

viral infections including Yabapox

Gemone

Vcode/description

Virus name/Taxonomic list  

Acronym

transmission

signs and symptoms

ICD-10 code

ICD-10 & important disease fact sheets

dsDNA

00.031.

Herpesviridae

dsDNA

00.031.1.

Alphaherpesvirinae

dsDNA

00.031.1.01.

Simplexvirus

dsDNA

00.031.1.01.001.

Human herpesvirus 1

(HHV-1)

direct contact,

oral infections, ulceration of

B00.0

eczema herpeticum

dsDNA

(Herpes simplex virus 1)

sexual transmission,

cornea, herpetic encephalitis

B00.1

Herpesviral vesicular dermatitis

dsDNA

persistent infection,

B00.2

gingivostomatitis and pharyngotonsillitis

dsDNA

acute and latent stages

B00.3 (G02.0)

Herpesviral meningitis

dsDNA

B00.4 (G05.1)

Herpesviral encephalitis

dsDNA

B00.5

Herpesviral ocular disease

dsDNA

B00.7

Disseminated herpesviral disease

dsDNA

B00.8

Other forms of herpesviral infection

dsDNA

B00.9

Herpesviral infection, unspecified

dsDNA

00.031.1.01.004.

Human herpesvirus 2

(HHV-2)

direct contact

genital tract infections, meningitis;

A60. (N51.1) (N77.0, N77.1)

Anogenital infection

dsDNA

(Herpes simplex virus 2)

sexual transmission

encephalitis, dissemination

A60.0

infection of genitalia and urogenital tract

dsDNA

persistent infection, acute and latent stages

A60.1

infection of perianal skin and rectum

dsDNA

A60.9

Anogenital herpesviral infection, unspecified

dsDNA

B00.3 (G02.0)

Herpesviral meningitis

dsDNA

B00.4 (G05.1)

Herpesviral encephalitis

dsDNA

B00.8 (K77.0)

Other forms of herpesviral infection

dsDNA

00.031.1.02.

Varicellovirus

dsDNA

00.031.1.02.001.

Human herpesvirus 3

(HHV-3)

direct contact

chickenpox, meningitis;

B01.0 (G02.0)

Varicella meningitis

dsDNA

(Varicella-zoster virus)

air-borne route

encephalitis, pneumonia

B01.1 (G05.1)

Varicella encephalitis

dsDNA

acute primary infection

B01.2 (J17.1)

Varicella pneumonia

dsDNA

B01.8

Varicella with other complications

dsDNA

B01.9

Varicella without complication

dsDNA

00.031.1.02.015.

Human herpesvirus 3

(HHV-3)

direct contact

zoster; shingles, meningitis;

B02.0 (G05.1)

Zoster encephalitis

dsDNA

(Varicella-zoster virus)

air-borne route

encephalitis

B02.1 (G02.0)

Zoster meningitis

dsDNA

recurrent infection

B02.2

Zoster with other nervous system involvement

dsDNA

B02.3

Zoster ocular disease

dsDNA

B02.7

Disseminated zoster

dsDNA

B02.8

Zoster with other complications

dsDNA

B02.9

Zoster without complication

dsDNA

00.031.2.

Betaherpesvirinae

dsDNA

00.031.2.01.

Cytomegalovirus

dsDNA

00.031.2.01.001.

Human herpesvirus 5

(HHV-5)

direct contact

cytomegaloviral mononucleosis,

B25.0 (J17.1)

pneumonitis

dsDNA

(Human cytomegalovirus)

air-borne route

infectious mononucleosis

B25.1 (K77.0)

hepatitis

dsDNA

B25.2 (K87.1)

pancreatitis

dsDNA

B25.8

Other cytomegaloviral diseases

dsDNA

B25.9

disease, unspecified

dsDNA

B27.0

Gammaherpesviral mononucleosis

dsDNA

B27.1

mononucleosis

dsDNA

00.031.2.03.

Roseolovirus

dsDNA

00.031.2.03.001.

Human herpesvirus 6

(HHV-6)

direct contact

Roseola infantum, exanthema

B08.2

exanthema subitum

dsDNA

air-borne route

subitum, sixth disease,

B08.2

sixth disease

dsDNA

3 day fever exanthema

B08.2

3 day fever exanthema

dsDNA

00.031.2.03.002.

Human herpesvirus 7

(HHV-7)

direct contact

B08.2

may be cause of sixth disease

dsDNA

air-borne route

B08.2

3 day fever exanthema

dsDNA

00.031.3.

Gammaherpesvirinae

dsDNA

00.031.3.01.

Lymphocryptovirus

dsDNA

00.031.3.01.001.

Human herpesvirus 4

(HHV-4)

usually via saliva, blood

Epstein-Barr virus, infectious

B27.0 (J12.8)

pneumonia, mononucleosis

dsDNA

(Epstein-Barr virus)

transfusion (rarely)

mononucleosis (kissing disease) Hodgkin’s disease (?)

C83.7

tumor genic, Burkitt‘s lymphoma

dsDNA

Hodgkin’s disease (?)

dsDNA

00.031.3.02.

Rhadinovirus

dsDNA

00.031.3.02.011.

Human herpesvirus 8

(HHV-8)

direct contact

Kaposi’s sarcoma;

B00.0

eczema herpaticum

dsDNA

(Kaposi's sarcoma-associated herpesvirus)

eczema herpaticum, sarcoma

C46.9

Kaposi’s sarcoma

dsDNA

B21.0

HIV resulting in malignant neoplasms

Gemone

Vcode/description

Virus name/Taxonomic list  

Acronym

transmission

signs and symptoms

ICD-10 code

ICD-10 & important disease fact sheets

dsDNA

00.001.

Adenoviridae

[Wadell, 1999 #36]

dsDNA

00.001.0.01.

Mastadenovirus

dsDNA

00.001.0.01.008.

Human adenovirus A

(HAdV-A)

respiratory route

cryptic enteric infection

B34.0

adenoviral infection

dsDNA

serotypes 12, 18, 31

dsDNA

00.001.0.01.009.

Human adenovirus B

(HAdV-B)

respiratory and fecal-oral route

respiratory disease, persistent infection of the kidney

B34.0

adenoviral infection

dsDNA

serotypes B1: 3, 7, 11, 16, 21

J12.0

adenoviral pneumonia

dsDNA

serotypes B2: 14, 34, 35, 50

A85.1 (G05.1)

adenoviral encephalitis

dsDNA

A87.1 (G02.0)

adenoviral meningitis

dsDNA

00.001.0.01.010.

Human adenovirus C

(HAdV-C)

respiratory route and fecal-oral route

lower respiratory tract infection; pharyngeal conjunctivitis, diarrhea

B34.0

adenoviral infection

dsDNA

serotypes 1, 2, 5, 6, 13

A08.2

adenoviral enteritis

dsDNA

A08.4

adenoviral intestinal infection

dsDNA

00.001.0.01.011.

Human adenovirus D

(HAdV-D)

direct contact

keratoconjunctivitis

B34.0

adenoviral infection

dsDNA

air-borne route

serotypes 8-10, 13, 15, 17 19-20, 22-33, 36-49, 51

B30.0 (H19.2)

keratoconjunctivitis due to adenovirus

dsDNA

scarring caused by 8, 19 an 37

dsDNA

00.001.0.01.012.

Human adenovirus E

(HAdV-E)

fecal-oral route, (swimming

conjunctivitis, respiratory disease

B34.0

adenoviral infection

dsDNA

pools), air-borne route

serotypes 4, 22-25

J12.0

adenoviral pneumonia

dsDNA

B30.1 (H13.1)

Conjunctivitis due to adenovirus

dsDNA

00.001.0.01.013.

Human adenovirus F

(HAdV-F)

fecal-oral route

infantile diarrhea

B34.0

adenoviral infection

dsDNA

serotypes 40-41

A08.2

adenoviral enteritis

dsDNA

A08.4

adenoviral intestinal infection

Gemone

Vcode/description

Virus name/Taxonomic list  

Acronym

transmission

signs and symptoms

ICD-10 code

ICD-10 & important disease fact sheets

dsDNA

00.047.

Polyomaomaviridae

dsDNA

00.047.0.01.

Polyomavirus

B34.4

polyolomavirus infection

dsDNA

00.047.0.01.004.

BK polyomavirus

(BKPyV)

contaminated food or water (?); respiratory spread

nephropathy

B97.8 (N30; N05)

hemorrhagic cystitis and nephritis; transplant patients

dsDNA

00.047.0.01.014.

Human polyomavirus

(HPyV)

contaminated food or water (?)

nephropathy in transplant patients

B97.8

hematuria and hemorrhagic cystitis

dsDNA

00.047.0.01.008.

JC polyomavirus

(JVPyV)

contaminated food or water (?)

latent in the lymphocytes, urogenital tract, brain

B97.8 (A81.2)

progressive multifocal leukoencephalopathy; immunocompromised patients

Gemone

Vcode/description

Virus name/Taxonomic list  

Acronym

transmission

signs and symptoms

ICD-10 code

ICD-10 & important disease fact sheets

dsDNA

00.099.

Papillomaviridae

dsDNA

00.099.0.02.

Alphapapillomavirus

B34.4

Papillomavirus infection

dsDNA

00.099.0.02.004.

Human papillomavirus 2

(HPV-2)

oral and anogenital mucosa,

B97.7 (D26.1)

benign neoplasms of cervix uteri

dsDNA

00.099.0.02.002.

Human papillomavirus 10

(HPV-10)

lesions of coutanous sites

B97.7 (D14.1)

benign neoplasm of larynx

dsDNA

00.099.0.02.010.

Human papillomavirus 6

(HPV-6)

oral and anogenital mucosa

B97.7 (D14.1)

neoplasm of bladder

dsDNA

00.099.0.02.008.

Human papillomavirus 7

(HPV-7)

oral and anogenital mucosa

B97.7 (D14.1)

benign neoplasm of larynx

dsDNA

00.099.0.02.009.

Human papillomavirus 16

(HPV-16)

malignant tissue,

B97.7 (D14.1)

high risk neoplasma

dsDNA

00.099.0.02.007.

Human papillomavirus 18

(HPV-18)

in vitro transforming activities

B97.7 (D14.1)

high risk neoplasma

dsDNA

00.099.0.02.005.

Human papillomavirus 26

(HPV-26)

oral and anogenital mucosa

B97.7 (D14.1)

malignant or benign lesions

dsDNA

00.099.0.02.001.

Human papillomavirus 32

(HPV-32)

oral and anogenital mucosa

B97.7 (D14.1)

benign lessions

dsDNA

00.099.0.02.011.

Human papillomavirus 34

(HPV-34)

oral and anogenital mucosa

B97.7 (D14.1)

malignant or benign lesions

dsDNA

00.099.0.02.006.

Human papillomavirus 53

(HPV-53)

oral and anogenital mucosa

B97.7 (D14.1)

malignant or benign lesions

dsDNA

00.099.0.02.013.

Human papillomavirus 54

(HPV-54)

oral and anogenital mucosa

B97.7 (D14.1)

benign lessions

dsDNA

00.099.0.02.003.

Human papillomavirus 61

(HPV-61)

oral and anogenital mucosa

B97.7 (D14.1)

benign lessions

dsDNA

00.099.0.02.015.

Human papillomavirus 71

(HPV-71)

oral and anogenital mucosa

B97.7 (D14.1)

benign lessions

dsDNA

00.099.0.02.014.

Human papillomavirus cand90

(HPV-cand90)

oral and anogenital mucosa

B97.7 (D14.1)

benign lessions

dsDNA

00.099.0.03.

Betapapillomavirus

B34.4

Papillomavirus infection

dsDNA

00.099.0.03.001.

Human papillomavirus 5

(HPV-5)

epidermodysplasia veruciformis

B07

warts

dsDNA

00.099.0.03.002.

Human papillomavirus 9

(HPV-9)

epidermodysplasia veruciformis

B07

warts

dsDNA

00.099.0.03.003.

Human papillomavirus 49

(HPV-49)

epidermodysplasia veruciformis

B07

warts

dsDNA

00.099.0.03.004.

Human papillomavirus cand92

(HPV-cand92)

viral warts, papilloma

B97.7 (D14.1)

latent infections, warts

dsDNA

00.099.0.03.005.

Human papillomavirus cand96

(HPV-cand96)

viral warts, papilloma

B97.7 (D14.1)

latent infections, warts

dsDNA

00.099.0.04.

Gammapapillomavirus

B34.4

Papillomavirus infection

dsDNA

00.099.0.04.001.

Human papillomavirus 4

(HPV-4)

cutaneous lesions with

B97.7 (D14.1)

benign lessions

dsDNA

00.099.0.04.002.

Human papillomavirus 48

(HPV-48)

intracytoplasmic inclusion bodies

B97.7 (D14.1)

benign lessions

dsDNA

00.099.0.04.003.

Human papillomavirus 50

(HPV-50)

B97.7 (D14.1)

benign lessions

dsDNA

00.099.0.04.004.

Human papillomavirus 60

(HPV-60)

B97.7 (D14.1)

benign lessions

dsDNA

00.099.0.04.005.

Human papillomavirus 88

(HPV-88)

B97.7 (D14.1)

benign lessions

dsDNA

00.099.0.13.

Mupapillomavirus

dsDNA

00.099.0.13.001.

Human papillomavirus 1

(HPV-1)

cutaneous lesions with

B97.7 (D14.1)

benign lessions

dsDNA

00.099.0.13.002.

Human papillomavirus 63

(HPV-63)

intracytoplasmic inclusion bodies

B97.7 (D14.1)

benign lessions

Gemone

Vcode/description

Virus name/Taxonomic list  

Acronym

transmission

signs and symptoms

ICD-10 code

ICD-10 & important disease fact sheets

ssDNA

00.050.

Parvoviridae

ssDNA

00.050.1.

Parvovirinae

B34.3

Parvovirus infection

ssDNA

00.050.1.02.

Erythrovirus

ssDNA

00.050.1.02.001.

B19 virus

(B19V)

exanthema in children, haemolytic crisis in people with sickle cell disease

B06.9

Rubella without complication

ssDNA

B08.3

Erythema infectiosum [fifth disease]

Gemone

Vcode/description

Virus name/Taxonomic list  

Acronym

transmission

signs and symptoms

ICD-10 code

ICD-10 & important disease fact sheets

dsDNA-RT

00.030.

Hepadnaviridae

dsDNA-RT

00.030.0.01.

Orthohepadnavirus

B B16

acute hepatitis

dsDNA-RT

00.030.0.01.003.

Hepatitis B virus

(HBV)

direct transmission, injection

acute hepatitis which may progress to chronic hepatitis, liver cirrhosis and primary hepatocellular carcinoma

B16.0

acute with Deltavirus with hepatic coma

dsDNA-RT

fecal / oral route

superinfection with Deltavirus possible

B16.1

without hepatic coma

dsDNA-RT

close contact (including sexual)

B16.2

acute without Deltavirus with hepatic coma

dsDNA-RT

B16.9

without hepatic coma

dsDNA-RT

B18.0

chronic hepatitis B with Deltavirus

dsDNA-RT

B18.1

chronic hepatitis B without Deltavirus

Gemone

Vcode/description

Virus name/Taxonomic list  

Acronym

transmission

signs and symptoms

ICD-10 code

ICD-10 & important disease fact sheets

ssRNA_RT

00.061.

Retroviridae

ssRNA_RT

00.061.0.05.

Orthoretrovirinae

B33.3

infections, not elsewhere classified

ssRNA_RT

00.061.1.05.

Deltaretrovirus

B33.3

infections, not elsewhere classified

ssRNA_RT

B97.3

cause of diseases classified elsewhere

ssRNA_RT

00.061.1.05.002.

Primate T-lymphotropic virus 1

(HTLV-1)

opportunistic infection

Z22.6

Carrier of human T-lymphotropic virus type- 1 [HTLV-1] infection

ssRNA_RT

00.061.1.05.003.

Primate T-lymphotropic virus 2

(HTLV-2)

ssRNA_RT

00.061.1.06.

Lentivirus

B24

Unspecified HIV disease

ssRNA_RT

00.061.1.06.009.

Human immunodeficiency virus 1

(HIV-1)

horizontal and vertical transmission

AIDS

B23.0

Acute HIV infection syndrome

ssRNA_RT

close contact (including sexual), injection

immune deficiency syndrome,

B20

HIV disease resulting in infectious and parasitic diseases

ssRNA_RT

and selected resulting diseases:

B21

disease resulting in malignant neoplasms

ssRNA_RT

slim disease,

B22

HIV disease resulting in other specified diseases

ssRNA_RT

encephalopathy;

ssRNA_RT

persistent lymphopathy

ssRNA_RT

00.061.1.06.010.

Human immunodeficiency virus 2

(HIV-2)

close contact (including sexual), injection

AIDS

B23.0

Acute HIV infection syndrome

ssRNA_RT

immune deficiency syndrome

B24

Unspecified HIV disease

Gemone

Vcode/description

Virus name/Taxonomic list  

Acronym

transmission

signs and symptoms

ICD-10 code

ICD-10 & important disease fact sheets

dsRNA

00.060.

Reoviridae

dsRNA

00.060.0.01.

Orthoreovirus

dsRNA

00.060.0.01.004.

Mammalian orthoreovirus

(MRV)

respiratory route

generally benign, may cause upper respiratory tract illness or enteritis in infants and children

B97.5

Reovirus as the cause of diseases classified elsewhere

dsRNA

enteric route

dsRNA

00.060.0.02.

Orbivirus

dsRNA

00.060.0.02.002.

African horse sickness virus

(AHSV)

arthropod-borne:

may infect humans under special circumstances

B97.5

Reovirus as the cause of diseases classified elsewhere

dsRNA

Culicoides

dsRNA

00.060.0.02.004.

Changuinola virus

(SRAV)

phlebotomines, culicine mosquitos

may infect humans

B97.5

Reovirus as the cause of diseases classified elsewhere

dsRNA

00.060.0.02.007.

Corriparta virus

(CORV)

culicine mosquitos

may infect humans

B97.5

Reovirus as the cause of diseases classified elsewhere

dsRNA

00.060.0.02.014.

Orungo virus

(ORUV)

culicine mosquitos

may infect humans

B97.5

Reovirus as the cause of diseases classified elsewhere

dsRNA

00.060.0.03.

Rotavirus

dsRNA

00.060.0.03.001.

Rotavirus A

(RV-A)

enteric route

enteritis, gastroenteritis

A08.0

Rotaviral enteritis

dsRNA

watery diarrhea in infants

A08.0

Rotaviral gastroenteritis

dsRNA

00.060.0.03.002.

Rotavirus B

(RV-B)

enteric route

enteritis, gastroenteritis

A08.0

Rotaviral enteritis

dsRNA

may cause epidemics

A08.0

Rotaviral gastroenteritis

Gemone

Vcode/description

Virus name/Taxonomic list  

Acronym

transmission

signs and symptoms

ICD-10 code

ICD-10 & important disease fact sheets

neg ssRNA

01.

Mononegavirales

neg ssRNA

01.025.

Filoviridae

Biosafety Level 4

http://www.cdc.gov/ncidod/dvrd/spb/mnpages/dispages/filoviruses.htm

neg ssRNA

01.025.0.01.

Marburgvirus

http://www.cdc.gov/ncidod/dvrd/spb/mnpages/dispages/marburg.htm

neg ssRNA

01.025.0.01.001.

Lake Victoria marburgvirus

(MARV)

direct contact with blood of body fluids;

hemorrhagic fever

A98.3

Marburg virus disease

neg ssRNA

droplet and aerosol infection may occur

neg ssRNA

01.025.0.02.

Ebolvirus

as above

http://www.cdc.gov/ncidod/dvrd/spb/mnpages/dispages/ebola.htm

neg ssRNA

01.025.0.02.005.

Ivory Coast ebolavirus

(CIEBOV)

direct contact

hemorrhagic fever

A98.4

Ebola virus disease

neg ssRNA

01.025.0.02.002.

Reston ebolavirus

(REBOV)

direct contact

hemorrhagic fever

A98.4

Ebola virus disease

neg ssRNA

01.025.0.02.003.

Sudan ebolavirus

(SEBOV)

direct contact

hemorrhagic fever

A98.4

Ebola virus disease

neg ssRNA

01.025.0.02.004.

Zaire ebolavirus

(ZEBOV)

direct contact

hemorrhagic fever

A98.4

Ebola virus disease

Gemone

Vcode/description

Virus name/Taxonomic list  

Acronym

transmission

signs and symptoms

ICD-10 code

ICD-10 & important disease fact sheets

neg ssRNA

01.048.

Paramyxoviridae

B34.8

viral infections of unspecified site

neg ssRNA

01.048.1.

Paramyxovirinae

neg ssRNA

01.048.1.01.

Respirovirus

neg ssRNA

01.048.1.01.003.

Human parainfluenza virus 1

(HPIV-1)

mainly droplets and aerosol transmission

respiratory tract infection; pneumonia

J12.2

Parainfluenza virus pneumonia

neg ssRNA

J20.4

Acute bronchitis due to parainfluenza virus

neg ssRNA

01.048.1.01.004.

Human parainfluenza virus 3

(HPIV-3)

mainly droplets and aerosol transmission

respiratory tract infection; pneumonia

J12.2

Parainfluenza virus pneumonia

neg ssRNA

J20.4

Acute bronchitis due to parainfluenza virus

neg ssRNA

01.048.1.02.

Morbillivirus

neg ssRNA

01.048.1.02.004.

Measles virus

horizontal transmission

measles; persistent infections

B05.8

without complications

neg ssRNA

(Edmonston virus)

mainly airborne routes

subacute sclerosing panencephalitis

Measles complicated by:

neg ssRNA

B05.0 (G05.1*)

encephalitis

neg ssRNA

B05.1 (G02.0*)

meningitis

neg ssRNA

B05.2 (J17.1*)

pneumonia

neg ssRNA

B05.3 (H67.1*)

otitis media

neg ssRNA

B05.4

Measles with intestinal complications

neg ssRNA

B05.8

Measles with other complications

neg ssRNA

01.048.1.03.

Rubulavirus

neg ssRNA

01.048.1.03.010.

Human parainfluenza virus 2

(HPIV-2)

mainly droplets and aerosol transmission

respiratory tract infection; pneumonia

J12.2

Parainfluenza virus pneumonia

neg ssRNA

J20.4

Acute bronchitis due to parainfluenza virus

neg ssRNA

01.048.1.03.011.

Human parainfluenza virus 4

(HPIV-4)

mainly droplets and aerosol transmission

respiratory tract infection; pneumonia

J12.2

Parainfluenza virus pneumonia

neg ssRNA

J20.4

Acute bronchitis due to parainfluenza virus

neg ssRNA

01.048.1.03.013.

Mumps virus

(MuV)

horizontal transmission

mumps; orchitis; meningitis, encephalitis, pancreatitis

B26.9

Mumps without complications

neg ssRNA

mainly airborne routes

B26.0 (N51.1*)

Mumps orchitis

neg ssRNA

B26.1 (G02.0*)

Mumps meningitis

neg ssRNA

B26.2 (G05.1*)

Mumps encephalitis

neg ssRNA

B26.3 (K87.1*)

Mumps pancreatitis

neg ssRNA

B26.8

Mumps with other complications

neg ssRNA

01.048.1.04.

Henipavirus

http://www.csiro.au/files/mediaRelease/mr2002/prNipahHendra.htm

neg ssRNA

01.048.1.04.001.

Hendravirus

natural host: fruit bats; direct contact

hyperacute respiratory disease

neg ssRNA

01.048.1.04.002.

Nipahvirus

natural host: pigs ?; direct contact

respiratory illness

http://www.cdc.gov/ncidod/dvrd/spb/mnpages/dispages/nipah.htm

neg ssRNA

febrile encephalitis

neg ssRNA

01.048.2.

Pneumovirinae

neg ssRNA

01.048.2.01.

Pneumovirus

neg ssRNA

01.048.2.01.003.

Human respiratory syncytial virus

(HRSV)

pneumonia, bronchitis

J12.1

Respiratory syncytial virus pneumonia

neg ssRNA

J20.5

Acute bronchitis due to RSV

neg ssRNA

J21.0

Acute bronchiolitis due to RSV

neg ssRNA

01.048.2.02.

Metapneumovirus

neg ssRNA

01.048.2.02.003.

Human metapneumovirus

(HMPV)

pneumonia, bronchitis

J12.2

Parainfluenza virus pneumonia

neg ssRNA

J20.4

Acute bronchitis due to parainfluenza virus

Gemone

Vcode/description

Virus name/Taxonomic list  

Acronym

transmission

signs and symptoms

ICD-10 code

ICD-10 & important disease fact sheets

neg ssRNA

01.062.

Rhabdoviridae

neg ssRNA

01.062.0.01.

Vesiculovirus

neg ssRNA

01.062.0.01.002.

Chandipura virus

(CHPV)

fever

A92.8

Other specified mosquito-borne viral fevers

neg ssRNA

01.062.0.01.003.

Cocal virus

(COCV)

fever

A92.9

Mosquito-borne viral fever, unspecified

neg ssRNA

01.062.0.01.004.

Isfahan virus

(ISFV)

fever

A92.9

Mosquito-borne viral fever, unspecified

neg ssRNA

01.062.0.01.006.

Piry virus

(PIRYV)

fever

A93.8

Other specified arthropod-borne viral fevers

neg ssRNA

01.062.0.01.007.

Vesicular stomatitis Alagoas virus

(VSAV)

fever

A93.8

Other specified arthropod-borne viral fevers

neg ssRNA

01.062.0.01.008.

Vesicular stomatitis Indiana virus

(VSIV)

fever

A93.8

Other specified arthropod-borne viral fevers

neg ssRNA

01.062.0.01.009.

Vesicular stomatitis New Jersey virus

(VSNJV)

fever

A93.8

Other specified arthropod-borne viral fevers

neg ssRNA

01.062.0.02.

Lyssavirus

http://www.csiro.au/csiro/content/standard/ps1pq.html

neg ssRNA

01.062.0.02.008.

Australian bat lyssavirus

(ABLV)

black flying fox (Pteropus alecto)

numbness, weakness

neg ssRNA

fruit bat bites

coma; encephalitis

neg ssRNA

01.062.0.02.007.

Rabies virus

(RABV)

direct contact

rabies

A82.9

Rabies, unspecified

neg ssRNA

(dog) bites

A82.0

Sylvatic rabies

neg ssRNA

A82.1

Urban rabies

Gemone

Vcode/description

Virus name/Taxonomic list  

Acronym

transmission

signs and symptoms

ICD-10 code

ICD-10 & important disease fact sheets

neg ssRNA

00.046.

Orthomyxoviridae

neg ssRNA

00.046.0.01.

Influenzavirus A

neg ssRNA

00.046.0.01.001.

Influenza A virus

(FLUAV)

recurrent epidemics of respiratory disease; occasional pandemics; (broncho)-pneumonia; avian flu

J10.0

http://www.cdc.gov/flu/avian/gen-info/facts.htmpneumonia with virus identification

neg ssRNA

J10.1

with other respiratory manifestation and with virus identification

neg ssRNA

J10.8

with other manifestation and with virus identification

neg ssRNA

J11.0

with pneumonia virus not identified

neg ssRNA

J11.1

with other respiratory manifestation and virus not identified

neg ssRNA

J11.8

with other manifestation and virus not identified

neg ssRNA

00.046.0.04.

Influenzavirus B

neg ssRNA

00.046.0.04.001.

Influenza B virus

(FLUBV)

recurrent epidemics of respiratory disease

J10.0

pneumonia with virus identification

neg ssRNA

J10.1

with other respiratory manifestation and with virus identification

neg ssRNA

J10.8

with other manifestation and with virus identification

neg ssRNA

J11.0

with pneumonia virus not identified

neg ssRNA

J11.1

with other respiratory manifestation and virus not identified

neg ssRNA

J11.8

with other manifestation and virus not identified

neg ssRNA

00.046.0.02.

Influenzavirus C

neg ssRNA

00.046.0.02.001.

Influenza C virus

(FLUCV)

common cold infection in children

J10.0

pneumonia with virus identification

neg ssRNA

J10.1

with other respiratory manifestation and with virus identification

neg ssRNA

J10.8

with other manifestation and with virus identification

neg ssRNA

J11.0

with pneumonia virus not identified

neg ssRNA

J11.1

with other respiratory manifestation and virus not identified

neg ssRNA

J11.8

with other manifestation and virus not identified

Gemone

Vcode/description

Virus name/Taxonomic list  

Acronym

transmission

signs and symptoms

ICD-10 code

ICD-10 & important disease fact sheets

neg ssRNA

00.011.

Bunyaviridae

neg ssRNA

00.011.0.01.

Bunyavirus

A92.8

Other specified mosquito-borne viral fevers

neg ssRNA

00.011.0.01.013.

Bunyamwera virus

(BUNV)

arthropod-borne

fever

A92.8

Other specified mosquito-borne viral fevers

neg ssRNA

00.011.0.01.015.

Bwamba virus

(BWAV)

arthropod-borne

fever

A92.8

Other specified mosquito-borne viral fevers

neg ssRNA

00.011.0.01.016.

California encephalitis virus

(CEV)

arthropod-borne

fever, encephalitis: including strains

A83.5

California encephalitis

neg ssRNA

La Crosse, Jamestown Canyon, Snowshoe hare and Tahyna virus

neg ssRNA

00.011.0.01.023.

Guama virus

(GMAV)

arthropod-borne

fever

A92.8

Other specified mosquito-borne viral fevers

neg ssRNA

00.011.0.01.036.

Oriboca virus

(ORIV)

arthropod-borne

fever

A93

Other arthropod-borne viral fevers, not elsewhere classified

neg ssRNA

00.011.0.01.037.

Oropouche virus

(OROV)

arthropod-borne

fever

A93.0

Oropouche virus disease

neg ssRNA

00.011.0.02.

Hantavirus

reservoir host: rodent

http://www.cdc.gov/ncidod/diseases/hanta/hps/index.htm

neg ssRNA

00.011.0.02.002.

Andes virus

(ANDV)

South America

pulmonary syndrome

A98.5

Hemorrhagic fever with renal syndrome

neg ssRNA

00.011.0.02.008.

Hantaan virus

(HTNV)

South-East Asia

hemorrhagic fever w renal syndrome

A98.5

Hemorrhagic fever with renal syndrome

neg ssRNA

00.011.0.02.015.

Puumala virus

(PUUV)

South-East Asia

epidemic nephropathy

A98.5

Hemorrhagic fever with renal syndrome

neg ssRNA

00.011.0.02.018.

Seoul virus

(SEOV)

South-East Asia

hemorrhagic fever w renal syndrome

A98.5

Hemorrhagic fever with renal syndrome

neg ssRNA

00.011.0.02.006.

Dobrava-Belgrade virus

(DOBV)

South-East Europe

hemorrhagic fever w renal syndrome

A98.5

Hemorrhagic fever with renal syndrome

neg ssRNA

00.011.0.02.003.

Bayou virus

(BAYV)

Americas

pulmonary syndrome

A98.5

Hemorrhagic fever with renal syndrome

neg ssRNA

(SE USA)

neg ssRNA

00.011.0.02.004.

Black Creek Canal virus

(BCCV)

Americas

pulmonary syndrome

A98.5

Hemorrhagic fever with renal syndrome

neg ssRNA

(SE USA)

neg ssRNA

00.011.0.02.013.

New York virus

(NYV)

Americas (N.Y.)

pulmonary syndrome

A98.5

Hemorrhagic fever with renal syndrome

neg ssRNA

00.011.0.02.019.

Sin Nombre virus

(SNV)

Americas

acute respiratory distress syndrome

A98.5

Hemorrhagic fever with renal syndrome

neg ssRNA

(SW USA)

neg ssRNA

00.011.0.03.

Nairovirus

neg ssRNA

00.011.0.03.002.

Crimean-Congo hemorrhagic fever virus

(CCHFV)

arthropod-born

hemorrhagic fever

A98.0

Crimean-Congo hemorrhagic fever

neg ssRNA

00.011.0.03.004.00.009.

Nairobi sheep disease virus

(NSDV)

arthropod-born

fever

A93.8

Other specified arthropod-borne viral fevers

neg ssRNA

00.011.0.04.

Phlebovirus

http://www.cdc.gov/ncidod/diseases/virlfvr/virlfvr.htm

neg ssRNA

http://www.cdc.gov/ncidod/dvrd/spb/mnpages/dispages/rvf.htm

neg ssRNA

00.011.0.04.007.

Rift Valley fever virus

(RVFV)

arthropod-born

acute fever

A92.4

Rift Valley fever

neg ssRNA

00.011.0.04.009.

Sandfly fever Naples virus

(SFNV)

arthropod-born

fever

A93.1

Sandfly fever

Gemone

Vcode/description

Virus name/Taxonomic list  

Acronym

transmission

signs and symptoms

ICD-10 code

ICD-10 & important disease fact sheets

neg ssRNA

00.003.

Arenaviridae

neg ssRNA

00.003.0.01.

Arenavirus

http://www.cdc.gov/ncidod/dvrd/spb/mnpages/dispages/arena.htm

neg ssRNA

http://www.cdc.gov/ncidod/dvrd/spb/mnpages/dispages/lassaf.htm

neg ssRNA

http://www.cdc.gov/ncidod/dvrd/spb/mnpages/dispages/lcmv.htm

neg ssRNA

00.003.0.01.003.

Lassa virus

(LASV)

reservoir host: rodent

old world: hemorrhagic fever,

A96.2

Lassa fever

neg ssRNA

00.003.0.01.004.

Lymphocytic choriomeningitis virus

(LCMV)

reservoir host: rodent

old world: meningitis, encephalitis

A96.2

http://www.cdc.gov/ncidod/dvrd/spb/mnpages/dispages/lcmv.htm Lymphocytic choriomeningitis

neg ssRNA

00.003.0.01.009.

Guanarito virus

(GTOV)

reservoir host: rodent

Venezuelan hemorrhagic fever

A96.8

Other arenaviral haemorrhagic fevers

neg ssRNA

00.003.0.01.010.

Junín virus

(JUNV)

reservoir host: rodent

Argentine hemorrhagic fever

A96.0

Junin haemorrhagic fever

neg ssRNA

00.003.0.01.012.

Machupo virus

(MACV)

reservoir host: rodent

Bolivian hemorrhagic fever

A96.1

Machupo haemorrhagic fever

neg ssRNA

00.003.0.01.017.

Sabiá virus

(SABV)

reservoir host: rodent

Brazil: hemorrhagic fever

A96.8

Other arenaviral haemorrhagic fevers

Gemone

Vcode/description

Virus name/Taxonomic list  

Acronym

transmission

signs and symptoms

ICD-10 code

ICD-10 & important disease fact sheets

neg ssRNA

82.022.

unassigned

neg ssRNA

82.022.0.01.

Deltavirus

neg ssRNA

82.022.0.01.001.

Hepatitis delta virus

fecal-oral route, transfusion, injection

acute and chronic hepatitis

B16.0

Acute hepatitis B with Deltavirus (co-infection) with hepatic coma

neg ssRNA

B16.1

Acute hepatitis B with Deltavirus (co-infection) without hepatic coma

neg ssRNA

B17.0

Acute Deltavirus-(super)infection of hepatitis B carrier

neg ssRNA

B18.0

Chronic viral hepatitis B with Deltavirus

neg ssRNA

Gemone

Vcode/description

Virus name/Taxonomic list  

Acronym

transmission

signs and symptoms

ICD-10 code

ICD-10 & important disease fact sheets

pos ssRNA

03.

Nidovirales

pos ssRNA

03.019.

Coronaviridae

pos ssRNA

03.019.0.01.

Coronavirus

pos ssRNA

03.019.0.01.005.

Human coronavirus 229E

(HCoV-229E)

respiratory, fecal-oral route; ubiquitous

common cold symptoms, gastrointestinal infections

B34.2

Coronavirus infection, unspecified

pos ssRNA

03.019.0.01.006.

Human coronavirus OC43

(HCoV-OC43)

respiratory, fecal-oral route; ubiquitous

common cold symptoms, gastrointestinal infections

B34.2

Coronavirus infection, unspecified

pos ssRNA

03.019.0.01.015.

Human enteric coronavirus

(HECoV)

respiratory, fecal-oral route; ubiquitous

common cold symptoms, gastrointestinal infections

B34.2

Coronavirus infection, unspecified

pos ssRNA

03.019.0.01.014.

Severe acute respiratory syndrom coronavirus

(SARSCoV)

respiratory, fecal-oral route

Severe acute respiratory syndrome [SARS]

U04; U04.9

Severe acute respiratory syndrome, unspecified

pos ssRNA

03.019.0.02.

Torovirus

infects possibly humans

B34.2

Coronavirus infection, unspecified

Gemone

Vcode/description

Virus name/Taxonomic list  

Acronym

transmission

signs and symptoms

ICD-10 code

ICD-10 & important disease fact sheets

pos ssRNA

00.052.

Picornaviridae

pos ssRNA

00.052.0.01.

Enterovirus

pos ssRNA

00.052.0.01.003.

Human enterovirus A

(HEV-A)

horizontal transmission; mainly by contact, fecal-oral (food-borne) or airborne route

diarrhea, vesicular pharyngitis, vesicular stomatitis with exanthema; meningitis, encephalitis,

A08.3

Other viral enteritis

pos ssRNA

10 serotypes: Human coxsackievirus

B34.1

Enterovirus infection, unspecified

pos ssRNA

A2-3, A5, A7-8, A10, A12, A14, A16;

B08.4

Enteroviral vesicular stomatitis with exanthema

pos ssRNA

Human enterovirus 71 (hand foot and mouth disease)

B08.5

Enteroviral vesicular pharyngitis

pos ssRNA

J20.3

Acute bronchitis due to coxsackievirus

pos ssRNA

A85.0 (G05.1)

Enteroviral encephalitis

pos ssRNA

B 08.8

Lymphonodular pharyngites

pos ssRNA

A87.0 (G02.0)

Enteroviral meningitis due to coxsackievirus

pos ssRNA

00.052.0.01.004.

Human enterovirus B

(HEV-B)

horizontal transmission; mainly by contact, fecal-oral (food-borne) or airborne route

vesicular pharyngitis, vesicular stomatitis with exanthema, bronchitis, meningitis, encephalitis,

B34.1

Enterovirus infection, unspecified

pos ssRNA

36 serotypes: Human coxsackievirus B1-6, A9;

A87.0 (G02.0)

Enteroviral meningitis due to coxsackievirus

pos ssRNA

Human echovirus 1-7, 9, 11-21; 24-27, 29-33;

B08.4

Enteroviral vesicular stomatitis with exanthema

pos ssRNA

Human enterovirus 69

B08.5

Enteroviral vesicular pharyngitis

pos ssRNA

J20.3

Acute bronchitis due to coxsackievirus

pos ssRNA

A85.0 (G05.1)

Enteroviral encephalitis

pos ssRNA

J20.7

Acute bronchitis due to echovirus

pos ssRNA

00.052.0.01.005.

Human enterovirus C

(HEV-C)

horizontal transmission; mainly by contact, fecal-oral (food-borne) or airborne route

vesicular pharyngitis, vesicular stomatitis with exanthema, conjunctivitis; bronchitis, encephalitis, meningitis, myocarditis

B34.1

Enterovirus infection, unspecified

pos ssRNA

11 serotypes: Human coxsackievirus

B08.4

Enteroviral vesicular stomatitis with exanthema

pos ssRNA

A1, A11, A13, A15, A17-22,

B08.5

Enteroviral vesicular pharyngitis

pos ssRNA

J20.3

Acute bronchitis due to coxsackievirus

pos ssRNA

A87.0 (G02.0)

Enteroviral meningitis due to coxsackievirus

pos ssRNA

B33.2

Viral carditis

pos ssRNA

Human coxsackievirus A24

B30.3 (H13.1)

Acute epidemic haemorrhagic conjunctivitis

pos ssRNA

00.052.0.01.006.

Human enterovirus D

(HEV-D)

horizontal transmission; mainly by contact, fecal-oral (food-borne) or airborne route

diarrhea, vesicular pharyngitis, vesicular stomatitis with exanthema, encephalitis, meningitis, conjunctivitis

B34.1

Enterovirus infection, unspecified

pos ssRNA

Human enterovirus 68, 70

B20.7

Acute bronchitis due to echovirus

pos ssRNA

A85.0 (G05.1)

Enteroviral encephalitis

pos ssRNA

A87.0 (G02.0)

Enteroviral meningitis through coxsackievirus

pos ssRNA

Human enterovirus 70

B30.3 (H13.1)

Acute epidemic haemorrhagic conjunctivitis

pos ssRNA

00.052.0.01.007.

Poliovirus

(PV)

horizontal transmission; mainly by contact, fecal-oral (food-borne) or airborne route

encephalitis, meningitis, paralysis

A80.0

Acute paralytic poliomyelitis: vaccine-associated

pos ssRNA

A80.1

wild virus, imported

pos ssRNA

A80.2

wild virus, indigenous

pos ssRNA

A80.3

other and unspecified

pos ssRNA

3 serotypes:

A80.4

Acute non-paralytic poliomyelitis

pos ssRNA

Human poliovirus 1-3

A80.9

Acute poliomyelitis, unspecified

pos ssRNA

00.052.0.02.

Rhinovirus

pos ssRNA

00.052.0.02.001.

Human rhinovirus A

(HRV-A)

direct contact, fecal-oral or airborne route

common cold, upper respiratory tract infection, bronchitis

B34.1

Enterovirus infection, unspecified

pos ssRNA

18 serotypes: Human rhinovirus 1, 2, 7, 9, 11, 15, 16, 21, 29, 36, 39, 49, 50, 58, 62, 65, 85, 89

B34.8

Other viral infections of unspecified site

pos ssRNA

B97.1

Enterovirus as the cause of diseases classified to other chapters

pos ssRNA

B20.6

Acute bronchitis due to rhinovirus

pos ssRNA

00.052.0.02.002.

Human rhinovirus B

(HRV-B)

direct contact, fecal-oral or airborne route

common cold, upper respiratory tract infection, bronchitis

B34.1

Enterovirus infection, unspecified

pos ssRNA

3 serotypes: Human rhinovirus 3, 14, 72

B34.8

Other viral infections of unspecified site

pos ssRNA

B97.1

Enterovirus as the cause of diseases classified to other chapters

pos ssRNA

B20.6

Acute bronchitis due to rhinovirus

pos ssRNA

00.052.0.03.

Hepatovirus

pos ssRNA

00.052.0.03.001.

Hepatitis A virus

(HAV)

direct contact, fecal-oral (food-borne)

hepatitis, diarrhea

B15.0

Hepatitis A with hepatic coma

pos ssRNA

Human hepatitis virus A (HHAV)

B15.1

Hepatitis A without hepatic coma

pos ssRNA

00.052.0.06.

Parechovirus

pos ssRNA

00.052.0.06.001.

Human parechovirus

(HPeV)

direct contact, fecal-oral or airborne route

upper respiratory tract infection, bronchitis, meningitis

B34.1

Enterovirus infection, unspecified

pos ssRNA

formerly Human echovirus 22, 23

B34.8

Other viral infections of unspecified site

pos ssRNA

A87.0 (G02.0)

Enteroviral meningitis due to echovirus

pos ssRNA

J20.7

Acute bronchitis due to echovirus

Gemone

Vcode/description

Virus name/Taxonomic list  

Acronym

transmission

signs and symptoms

ICD-10 code

ICD-10 & important disease fact sheets

pos ssRNA

00.012.

Caliciviridae

pos ssRNA

00.012.0.03.

Norovirus

pos ssRNA

00.012.0.03.001.

Norwalk virus

(NV)

direct contact, fecal-oral route

acute gastroenteritis caused by strains: Desert Shield, Lordsdale, Mexico, Norwalk, Hawaii, Snow Mountain, Southampton virus

A08.1

Acute gastroenteropathy due to Norwalk agent

pos ssRNA

00.012.0.04.

Sapovirus

pos ssRNA

00.012.0.04.001.

Sapporo virus

(SV)

direct contact, fecal-oral route

acute gastroenteritis caused by strains: Houston/86, Houston/90, London 29845, Manchester, Parkville, Sapporo virus

A08.3

Other viral enteritis

Gemone

Vcode/description

Virus name/Taxonomic list  

Acronym

transmission

signs and symptoms

ICD-10 code

ICD-10 & important disease fact sheets

pos ssRNA

00.084.

unassigned

pos ssRNA

00.084.0.01.

Hepevirus

pos ssRNA

00.084.0.01.001.

Hepatitis E virus

(HEV)

direct contact, fecal-oral route

acute hepatitis

B17.2

Acute hepatitis E

Gemone

Vcode/description

Virus name/Taxonomic list  

Acronym

transmission

signs and symptoms

ICD-10 code

ICD-10 & important disease fact sheets

pos ssRNA

00.005.

Astroviridae

pos ssRNA

00.005.0.01.

Mamastrovirus

pos ssRNA

00.005.0.01.005.

Human astrovirus

(HAstV)

fecal-oral route

enteritis; gastroenteritis

A08.3

Other viral enteritis

Gemone

Vcode/description

Virus name/Taxonomic list  

Acronym

transmission

signs and symptoms

ICD-10 code

ICD-10 & important disease fact sheets

pos ssRNA

00.073.

Togaviridae

pos ssRNA

00.073.0.01.

Alphavirus

pos ssRNA

00.073.0.01.007.

Chikungunya virus

(CHIKV)

arthropod-borne;

febrile illness, sever chills arthralgia, leucopoenia and rash

A92.0

Chikungunya virus disease

pos ssRNA

air-borne

pos ssRNA

00.073.0.01.019.

O’nyong-nyong virus

(ONNV)

arthropod-borne

febrile illness, sever chills arthralgia, leucopoenia and rash

A92.1

O'nyong-nyong fever

pos ssRNA

M01.5

Arthritis in other viral diseases classified elsewhere

pos ssRNA

00.073.0.01.014.

Mayaro virus

(MAYV)

arthropod-borne

febrile illness, sever chills arthralgia, leucopoenia and rash

A92.8

Other specified mosquito-borne viral fevers

pos ssRNA

00.073.0.01.021.

Ross River virus

(RRV)

arthropod-borne

epidemic polyarthritis and exanthema

B33.1

Ross River disease

pos ssRNA

00.073.0.01.004.

Barmah Forest virus

(BFV)

arthropod-borne

viral polyarthritis and rush

B33.8

Barmah Forest disease

pos ssRNA

00.073.0.01.024.

Sindbis virus

(SINV)

arthropod-borne

fevers, headaches, general weakness, rash and joint pain

B33.8

Other specified viral diseases

pos ssRNA

00.073.0.01.004.00.018.

Ockelbo virus

arthropod-borne

fevers, headaches, general weakness, rash and joint pain

B33.8

Other specified viral diseases

pos ssRNA

00.073.0.01.026.

Venezuelan equine encephalitis virus

(VEEV)

arthropod-borne

severe encephalitis

A92.2

Venezuelan equine fever

pos ssRNA

00.073.0.01.027.

Western equine encephalitis virus

(WEEV)

arthropod-borne

severe encephalitis

A83.1

Western equine encephalitis

pos ssRNA

00.073.0.01.008.

Eastern equine encephalitis virus

(EEEV)

arthropod-borne

severe encephalitis

A83.2

Eastern equine encephalitis

pos ssRNA

00.073.0.02.

Rubivirus

pos ssRNA

00.073.0.02.001.

Rubella virus

respiratory route

often unapparent infections; maculopapular rash, lymphadenopathy, fever, conjunctivitis, sore throat, arthralgia; congenital infection

B06.0

Rubella with neurological complications

pos ssRNA

B06.1

Rubella with other complications

pos ssRNA

B06.2

Rubella without complications

pos ssRNA

O35.0

Maternal care for signs of fetal hypoxia

pos ssRNA

O98.5

Other viral diseases complicating pregnancy, childbirth and the puerperium

Gemone

Vcode/description

Virus name/Taxonomic list  

Acronym

transmission

signs and symptoms

ICD-10 code

ICD-10 & important disease fact sheets

pos ssRNA

00.026.

Flaviviridae

pos ssRNA

00.026.0.01.

Flavivirus

pos ssRNA

00.026.0.01.026.

Kyasanur Forest disease virus

(KFDV)

tick-borne

encephalitis

A98.2

Kyasanur Forest disease

pos ssRNA

00.026.0.01.034.

Omsk hemorrhagic fever virus

(OHFV)

tick-borne

encephalitis

A98.1

Omsk haemorrhagic fever

pos ssRNA

00.026.0.01.036.

Powassan virus

(POWV)

tick-borne

encephalitis

A84.8

Other mosquito-borne viral encephalitis

pos ssRNA

00.026.0.01.028.

Louping ill virus

(LIV)

tick-borne

encephalitis

A84.8

Other mosquito-borne viral encephalitis

pos ssRNA

00.026.0.01.046.

Tick-borne encephalitis virus

(TBEV)

tick-borne

European subtype

A84.0

Far Eastern tick-borne encephalitis

pos ssRNA

Far Eastern subtype

A98.5

Haemorrhagic fever with renal syndrome

pos ssRNA

(Russian spring-summer encephalitis)

A84.1

Central European tick-borne encephalitis

pos ssRNA

Siberian subtype

A84.8

Other tick-borne viral encephalitis

pos ssRNA

A84.9

Tick-borne viral encephalitis, unspecified

pos ssRNA

00.026.0.01.013.

Dengue virus

(DENV)

arthropod-borne, mosquitoes

Infection with any dengue serotype (1-4) can be asymptomatic or can cause dengue, dengue hemorrhagic fever (DHF), or dengue shock syndrome (DSS). DHF and DSS are life-threatening conditions.

A90

Dengue fever [classical dengue]

pos ssRNA

A91

Dengue haemorrhagic fever

pos ssRNA

00.026.0.01.019.

Japanese encephalitis virus

(JEV)

arthropod-borne, mosquitoes

encephalitis

A83.0

Japanese encephalitis

pos ssRNA

00.026.0.01.032.

Murray Valley encephalitis virus

(MVEV)

arthropod-borne, mosquitoes

encephalitis

A83.4

Australian encephalitis

pos ssRNA

strain: Alfuy virus

pos ssRNA

00.026.0.01.044.

St. Louis encephalitis virus

(SLEV)

arthropod-borne, mosquitoes

A83.3

St Louis encephalitis

pos ssRNA

00.026.0.01.051.

West Nile virus

(WNV)

arthropod-borne, mosquitoes

encephalitis

A83.4

Australian encephalitis

pos ssRNA

Australian strain: Kunjin virus (KUNV)

A92.3

West Nile fever

pos ssRNA

00.026.0.01.017.

Ilheus virus

arthropod-borne, mosquitoes

encephalitis

A83.6

Rocio virus disease

pos ssRNA

strain: Rocio virus (ROCV)

pos ssRNA

00.026.0.01.053.

Yellow fever virus

(YFV)

arthropod-borne, mosquitoes

hepatitis, fever

A95.0

Sylvatic yellow fever

pos ssRNA

A95.1

Urban yellow fever

pos ssRNA

A95.9

Yellow fever, unspecified

pos ssRNA

00.026.0.01.002.

Apoi virus

(APOIV)

no known arthropod vector

zoonotic

pos ssRNA

00.026.0.03.

Hepacivirus

pos ssRNA

00.026.0.03.001.

Hepatitis C virus

direct contact, fecal-oral route

acute hepatitis

B17.1

Acute hepatitis C

pos ssRNA

B18.2

Chronic viral hepatitis C

pos ssRNA

00.026.0.05.001.

GB virus B

(GBV-B)

fecal-oral route, transfusion, injection

acute and chronic hepatitis

B17.8

Other acute viral hepatitis

pos ssRNA

B18.8

Other chronic viral hepatitis

pos ssRNA

00.026.0.04.001.

GB virus A

(GBV-A)

fecal-oral route, transfusion, injection

acute, chronic hepatitis

B17.8

Other acute viral hepatitis

pos ssRNA

00.026.0.84.002.

(GBV-A-like agents)

B18.8

Other chronic viral hepatitis

Gemone

Vcode/description

Virus name/Taxonomic list  

Acronym

transmission

signs and symptoms

ICD-10 code

ICD-10 & important disease fact sheets

Prions

90.001.0.01.

Prions

(agents of spongiform encephalitis)

A81.9

Atypical virus infection of central nervous system, unspecified

Prions

90.001.0.01.008.

Creutzfeldt-Jakob-Disease

(CJD)

HuPrPSc HuPrPCJD

A81.0

Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease

Prions

90.001.0.01.007.

Kuru

HuPrPSc HuPrPKu

A81.8

Other atypical virus infections of central nervous system

Prions

90.001.0.01.009.

Gerstmann-Straussler-Scheinker syndrome

(GSS)

HuPrPSc HuPrPGSS

A81.8

Other atypical virus infections of central nervous system

Prions

90.001.0.01.010.

Fatal familial insomnia

(FFI)

HuPrPSc HuPrPFFI

A81.8

Other atypical virus infections of central nervous system



Comments to ICTVdB Management
by Cornelia Büchen-Osmond
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