Health codes for bovine

This page summarises the health codes for bovine . The same table below reported is available also as an Excel file here

Code Technical term Synonyms; explanations
1. Organ diseases  
1.01. Diseases of skin, subcutis and coat  
1.01.00. Examination of skin, subcutis and coat with no abnormality detected
1.01.01. Hereditary diseases of skin, subcutis and coat
1.01.01.01. Hereditary parakeratosis inherited disturbance of keratin production
1.01.02. Malformations of skin, subcutis and coat
1.01.02.01. Atrichia congentia (congenital atrichosis) congenital hairlessness
1.01.03. Dermal tumors
1.01.04. Injuries of skin, subcutis and coat
1.01.05. Coat disorders
1.01.05.01. Alopecia (hair loss)
1.01.06. Acne purulent inflammation of hair follicles and sebaceous glands
1.01.07. Furunculosis disseminated deep purulent inflammation of hair follicles and sebaceous glands
1.01.07.01. Furunculosis caudae disseminated deep purulent inflammation of hair follicles and sebaceous glands at the root of the tail
1.01.08. Seborrhea / Pityriasis abnormally increased sebum production
1.01.09. Eczema superficial skin rash
1.01.10. Exanthema symptomatic superficial skin rash accompanying eruptive disease or fever
1.01.10.01. Urticaria nettle rash, hives
1.01.11. Dermatitis deep inflammation of the skin
1.01.11.01. Photodermatitis photosensitive dermatitis, primary photosensitization; increased sensitivity to light with sunlight-induced inflammation of the skin
1.01.12. Hyperkeratosis abnormally increased keratinization (keratin production) with dry keratin products
1.01.13. Parakeratosis disturbance of keratinization (keratin production) with greasy keratin products
1.01.14. Subcutaneous emphysema subcutaneous gas accumulation
1.01.15. Subcutaneous edema subcutaneous accumulation of serous fluid
1.01.16. Subcutaneous hematoma subcutaneous accumulation of blood
1.01.17. Phlegmona inflammation of subcutaneous connective tissue
1.01.17.01. Pelvical phlegmona inflammation of pelvic connective tissue
1.01.18. Subcutaneous abscess subcutaneous encapsulated pus accumulation
1.01.99. Other disorders of skin, subcutis and coat
1.02. Diseases of the trunk  
1.02.00. Examination of the trunk with no abnormality detected
1.02.01. Hereditary diseases of the trunk
1.02.02. Malformations of the trunk
1.02.02.01. Hernia congenita (inherited herniation)
1.02.02.01.01. Hernia umbilicalis congenita (inherited umbilical hernia) inherited navel rupture
1.02.02.01.02. Hernia inguinalis congenita (inherited inguinal hernia)
1.02.02.01.03. Hernia ventralis congenita (inherited ventral hernia)
1.02.02.01.04. Hernia diaphragmatica congenita (inherited diaphragmatic hernia) inherited diaphragm defects
1.02.03. Tumors of the trunk
1.02.04. Injuries of the trunk
1.02.05. Omphalitis (inflammation of the navel)
1.02.05.01. Omphalophlebitis inflammation of the navel vein
1.02.05.02. Omphaloarteriitis inflammation of the navel artery
1.02.05.03. Omphalourachitis inflammation of the fibrous remnants of the allantois
1.02.06. Hernia acquisita (acquired herniation)
1.02.06.01. Hernia inguinalis acquisita (acquired inguineal hernia)
1.02.06.02. Hernia ventralis acquisita (acquired ventral hernia)
1.02.06.03. Hernia perinealis acquisita (acquired herniation of the perineum)
1.02.06.04. Hernia diaphragmatica acquisita (acquired diaphragmatic hernia)
1.02.07. Ruptura diaphragmatis (rupture of the diaphragm)
1.02.08. Amputation of the tail due to injury
1.02.99. Other trunk disorders
1.03. Horn diseases  
1.03.00. Examination of the horns with no abnormality detected
1.03.01. Hereditary diseases of horns
1.03.02. Horn malformations
1.03.03. Horn tumors
1.03.04. Injuries of horns
1.03.04.01. Loss of horn covering
1.03.05. Horn deformation
1.03.06. Fractura processus cornualis (fracture of osseous core of horns)
1.03.07. Resectio cornu (shortening of horns)
1.03.08. Amputatio cornu (dehorning)
1.03.99. Other horn disorders
1.04. Diseases of the lymphoid system  
1.04.00. Examination of the lymphoid system with no abnormality detected
1.04.01. Hereditary diseases of the lymphoid system
1.04.02. Lymphoid malformations
1.04.03. Sporadic lymphoid tumors
1.04.04. Lymphadenosis (swelling of lymph nodes)
1.04.05. Lymphadenitis (inflammation of lymph nodes)
1.04.06. Lymphangitis (inflammation of lymph vessels)
1.04.99. Other disorders of the lymphoid system
1.05. Diseases of the cardiovascular system  
1.05.00. Examination of the cardiovascular system with no abnormality detected
1.05.01. Hereditary diseases of the cardiovascular system
1.05.01.01. BLAD = Bovine Leukocyte Adhesion Deficiency inherited failure of the immune system
1.05.02. Malformations of the cardiovascular system
1.05.02.01. Foramen ovale persistens (patent foramen ovale) congenital cardiac defect with permanent short-cut between left and right atrium
1.05.02.02. Foramen interventriculare persistens (patent foramen interventriculare) congenital cardiac defect with permanent short-cut between left and right ventricle
1.05.02.03. Ductus arteriosus Botalli persistens (patent ductus arteriosus) congenital cardiac defect with permanent short-cut between aorta and truncus pulmonalis, i.e. pulmonal artery
1.05.03. Tumors of the cardiovascular system
1.05.04. Injuries of the cardiovascular system
1.05.05. Cardiac diseases
1.05.05.01. Cardiac insufficiency
1.05.05.02. Heart arrhythmia
1.05.05.03. Endocarditis (inflammation of the inner layer of the heart)
1.05.05.03.01. Vitium cordis (disorders of cardiac valves)
1.05.05.04. Myocarditis (inflammation of the muscular layer of the heart)
1.05.05.05. Pericarditis (inflammation of the pericardium)
1.05.05.05.01. Pericarditis traumatica (trauma-induced inflammation of the pericardium) traumatic pericarditis; inflammation of the pericardium related to ingested foreign bodies penetrating the forestomach
1.05.06. Disorders of blood vessels
1.05.06.01. Circulation insufficiency
1.05.06.02. Shock (acute circulation insufficiency)
1.05.06.02.01. Hypovolemic shock
1.05.06.02.02. Endotoxin-induced shock septic circulation insufficiency due to cell wall components of gram-negative bacteria
1.05.06.03. Hemorrhage (bleeding)
1.05.06.04. Thrombophlebitis (inflammation of veins with secondary thrombus formation)
1.05.06.04.01. Thrombophlebitis arrosiva venae cavae caudalis (arrosive thrombophlebitis of caudal vena cava)
1.05.06.05. Thrombosis arterialis / Embolia arterialis (arterial thrombosis and embolism) occlusion of arterial blood vessels
1.05.07. Blood disorders
1.05.07.01. Anemia
1.05.07.01.01. Hypoplastic anemia (anemia with reduction of blood cell formation)
1.05.07.01.02. Hemorrhagic anemia (anemia due to bloodloss)
1.05.07.01.03. Haemolytic anemia (anemia with lysis of blood cells)
1.05.07.01.03.01. Haemoglobinuria due to hyperhydratation (water poisoning) lysis of red blood cells and urinary excretion of haemoglobin after excessive water intake
1.05.07.01.03.02. Puerperal haemoglobinuria lysis of red blood cells and urinary excretion of haemoglobin after calving
1.05.07.01.03.03. Cabbage-induced anemia lysis of red blood cells after ingestion of cabbage
1.05.07.01.04. Deficiency anemia anemia due to deficiency of components required for erythropoesis, i.e. formation of red blood cells
1.05.07.02. Haemoconcentration
1.05.07.03. Polycythemia increased number of blood cells
1.05.07.04. Leukopenia reduced number of circulating white blood cells
1.05.07.05. Leukocytosis increased number of circulating white blood cells
1.05.08. Haemorrhagic diatheses disturbances of blood clotting with increased bleeding tendency
1.05.08.01. Coagulopathia disturbance of blood clotting due to impaired function of coagulation factors
1.05.08.02. Thrombocytopathia disturbance of blood clotting due to impaired thrombocyte function
1.05.08.03. Vasopathia disturbance of blood clotting due to impaired function of blood vessels
1.05.09. Spleen disorders
1.05.09.01. Splenomegalia (swollen spleen)
1.05.09.02. Spleen rupture
1.05.09.03. Splenitis (inflammation of the spleen)
1.05.09.03.01. Splenitis apostematosa (purulent inflammation of the spleen)
1.05.99. Other disorders of the circulatory system
1.06. Diseases of the respiratory tract  
1.06.00. Examination of the respiratory tract with no abnormality detected
1.06.01. Hereditary disease of the respiratory tract
1.06.02. Malformations of the respiratory tract
1.06.03. Tumors of the respiratory tract
1.06.04. Injuries of the respiratory tract
1.06.05. Diseases of nasal cavity and paranasal sinuses
1.06.05.01. Epistaxis (nosebleed)
1.06.05.02. Rhinitis (inflammation of nasal mucus membranes)
1.06.05.03. Sinusitis (inflammation of paranasal mucus membranes)
1.06.05.04. Disorders relating to foreign material in the nasal cavity and paranasal sinuses
1.06.06. Diseases of larynx and trachea
1.06.06.01. Hemiplegia laryngis (one-sided paralysis of the larynx)
1.06.06.02. Oedema laryngis (edema of the larynx) laryngeal accumulation of serous fluid
1.06.06.03. Laryngitis (inflammation of the larynx)
1.06.06.03.01. Laryngitis follicularis (follicular inflammation of the larynx)
1.06.06.03.02. Laryngitis diphteroidea (diphtheroid inflammation of the larynx)
1.06.06.04. Tracheitis (inflammation of the trachea)
1.06.06.04.01. Tracheitis diphteroidea (diphtheroid inflammation of the trachea)
1.06.06.05. Disorders relating to foreign material in the larynx and trachea
1.06.07. Diseases of the bronchial tubes and lungs
1.06.07.01. Asphyxia neonatorum insufficiency of the respiratory system in the newborn calf
1.06.07.01.01. Early asphyxia (intrauterine asphyxia) respiratory insufficiency in the new-born calf due to disturbance of feto-maternal gas exchange
1.06.07.01.02. Late asphyxia (postnatal asphyxia) respiratory insufficiency in the new-born calf due to immaturity of the lungs
1.06.07.02. Atelektasis pulmonum (collapse of lung tissue)
1.06.07.03. Hemoptoe due to bleeding of the lungs
1.06.07.04. Oedema pulmorum (lung edema) effusion of serous fluid in interstitial tissue and alveoli of the lungs
1.06.07.05. Emphysema pulmonum (lung emphysema) inclusion of air in the lungs
1.06.07.05.01. Acute alveolar lung emphysema acute / temporary inclusion of air in overexpanded alveoli of the lungs
1.06.07.05.02. Chronic alveolar lung emphysema chronic / permanent inclusion of air in overexpanded alveoli of the lungs
1.06.07.05.03. Interstitial lung emphysema inclusion of air in interstitial tissue of the lungs
1.06.07.05.04. Fog fever acute lung edema and emphysema with interstitial pneumonia in cows moved to lush pastures
1.06.07.06. Bronchopneumonia (inflammation of bronchial tubes and lungs)
1.06.07.06.01. Bronchitis catarrhalis (catarrhal inflammation of the bronchial tubes)
1.06.07.06.02. Bronchopneumonia catarrhalis (catarrhal inflammation of the bronchial tubes and the lungs)
1.06.07.06.03. Bronchopneumonia fibrinosa sive crouposa (fibrinous inflammation of the bronchial tubes and lungs)
1.06.07.06.04. Bronchopneumonia suppurativa / Bronchopneumonia apostematosa (purulent or absceding bronchopneumonia) purulent or absceding inflammation of the bronchial tubes and lungs
1.06.07.06.05. Bronchopneumonia gangraenosa / Gangraena pulmonum (gangrenous bronchopneumonia) gangrenous inflammation of the bronchial tubes and lungs
1.06.07.06.06. Pneumonia interstitialis chronica (chronic interstitial pneumonia) chronic interstitial inflammation of the lungs
1.06.07.06.07. Enzootic pneumonia of calves multifactorial inflammation of the lungs in calves
1.06.07.07. Diseases of pleura and pleural cavity
1.06.07.07.01. Pleuritis (inflammation of the pleura)
1.06.07.07.02. Hydrothorax effusion of serous fluid in the pleural cavity
1.06.07.07.03. Haemothorax accumulation of blood in the pleural cavity
1.06.07.07.04. Pneumothorax accumulation of air in the pleural cavity
1.06.07.07.05. Chylothorax accumulation of lymphatic fluid in the pleural cavity
1.06.99. Other disorders of the respiratory tract
1.07. Diseases of the digestive tract  
1.07.00. Examination of the digestive tract with no abnormality detected
1.07.01. Inherited diseases of the digestive tract
1.07.02. Malformations of the digestive tract
1.07.02.01. Atresia ani et recti missing anus and rectum
1.07.03. Tumors of the digestive tract
1.07.04. Injuries of the digestive tract
1.07.05. Diseases of the oral cavity
1.07.05.01 Stomatitis inflammation of the oral mucosa
1.07.05.02. Glossitis inflammation of the tongue
1.07.05.02.01. Ulcus linguae (ulceration of the dorsum of the tongue)
1.07.05.02.02. Glossoplegia / Paralysis linguae (paralysis of the tongue)
1.07.05.03. Diseases of the teeth
1.07.05.04. Foreign material in the oral cavity
1.07.06. Diseases of the jaw and mastication muscles
1.07.06.01. Abscess of the cheeks
1.07.06.02. Arthritis mandibularis inflammation of the temporomandibular joint
1.07.06.03. Paralysis nervi facialis (paralysis of the facial nerve)
1.07.06.04. Paralysis nervi trigemini (paralysis of the trigeminus nerve) / Paralysis of mastication muscles
1.07.07. Diseases of the salivary glands
1.07.07.01. Ptyalismus (drooling)
1.07.07.02. Sialoadenitis (inflammation of the salivary glands) Parotitis (inflammation of the parotid salivary gland) / Sialoadenitis mandibularis (inflammation of the mandibular salivary gland) / Sialoadenitis sublingualis (inflammation of the sublingual salivary gland)
1.07.07.03. Foreign material in the salivary glands
1.07.08. Diseases of the pharynx
1.07.08.01. Pharyngitis (inflammation of the pharynx)
1.07.08.02. Paralysis pharyngis (paralysis of the pharynx)
1.07.09. Diseases of the oesophagus
1.07.09.01. Oesophagitis (inflammation of the oesophagus)
1.07.09.02. Obstructio oesophagi (obstruction of the oesophagus)
1.07.09.03. Stenosis oesophagi (stenosis of the oesophagus)
1.07.09.04. Dilatatio oesophagi / Diverticulum oesophagi (oesophageal dilatation and diverticle formation)
1.07.09.05. Oesophagospasmus (spasm of the oesophagus muscles)
1.07.09.06. Paralysis oesophagie (paralysis of the oesophagus)
1.07.10. Diseases of reticulum and rumen
1.07.10.01. Oesophageal groove dysfunction impaired reflex action of oesophageal groove closure
1.07.10.02. Indigestiones vitulorum (indigestion of weaners) impaired digestion during transition from milk to plant feeding
1.07.10.03. Indigestion impaired digestion in ruminating cattle
1.07.10.04. Simple dysfunction of the forestomach reduced activity of forestomach due to low food intake
1.07.10.05. Alcalosis ingestorum ruminis (ruminal alkalosis) forestomach dysfunction with ruminal pH increase to > 7.5
1.07.10.05.01. Putrefactio ingestorum ruminis (ruminal putrefaction) putrescence of ruminal content due to replacement of the physiological ruminal microflora by putrifying bacteria and moulds
1.07.10.06. Acidosis ingestorum ruminis (ruminal acidosis) reduction of ruminal pH to < 6.0
1.07.10.06.01 Lactacidosis ingestorum ruminis acuta (acute ruminal acidosis) rapid drop of ruminal pH due to excessive production of lactic acid
1.07.10.06.02. Acidosis ingestorum ruminis subacuta (subacute ruminal acidosis) lasting reduction of ruminal pH due to maladaptation of ruminal microflora
1.07.10.06.03. Acidosis ingestorum ruminis chronica (chronic and latent ruminal acidosis) altered function of ruminal mirobial function with increased ruminal concentration of volatile fatty acids
1.07.10.07. Tympania ruminis (ruminal tympany) ruminal bloat
1.07.10.07.01. Acute ruminal tympany with accumulation of free gas (free-gas ruminal tympany) free-gas bloat, secondary bloat; fast overdistention of rumen and reticulum due to abnormal accumulation of free fermentation gas above the ingesta
1.07.10.07.02. Ruminal tympany with entrapment of gas in stable foam frothy bloat, primary bloat; overdistention of rumen und reticulum due to abnormal accumulation of fermentation gas entrapped in stable foam
1.07.10.07.03. Tympania ruminis chronica recidivaria (chronic-recurrent ruminal tympany) relapsing overdistention of the rumen due to abnormal accumulation of fermentation gas
1.07.10.07.03.01. Impaired ingesta passage through the forestomach due to agglomerates of foreign material
1.07.10.08. Vagal indigestion Hoflund syndrome; impaired function of the forestomach due to lesions of the vagal nerve
1.07.10.08.01. Anterior functional stenosis disturbance of reticulo-omasal ingesta transport
1.07.10.08.02. Posterior functional stenosis disturbance of abomasal ingesta transport
1.07.10.09. Hyperkeratosis ruminis (hyperkeratosis of ruminal epithelium) excessive keratinization (keratin production) of the inner layer of the rumen
1.07.10.10. Parakeratosis ruminis (parakeratosis of ruminal epithelium) disturbance of keratinization (keratin production) of the inner layer of the rumen
1.07.10.11. Reticulitis, Ruminitis, Reticuloruminitis nontraumatica inflammation of reticulum and/or rumen unrelated to foreign material in the forestomach
1.07.10.12. Reticuloperitonitis traumatica hardware disease, wire; traumatic inflammation of reticulum and abdominal membrane with foreign material in the forestomach
1.07.11. Diseases of the omasum
1.07.11.01. Omasitis inflammation of the omasum
1.07.11.02. Obstipatio omasi, psalter paresis (constipation and immotility of the omasum)
1.07.12. Diseases of the abomasum
1.07.12.01. Abomasal tympany of calves abomasal bloat of calves
1.07.12.02. Abomasitis (inflammation of the abomasum)
1.07.12.03. Ulcus abomasi (abomasal ulceration)
1.07.12.04. Accumulation of sand in the abomasum
1.07.12.05. Dislocatio abomasi, Dilatatio et dislocatio abomasi (abomasal displacement) lateral displacement of the distended abomasum in the abdomen
1.07.12.05.01. Dislocatio abomasi sinistra, Dilatatio et dislocation abomasi sinistra (left-side abomasal displacement) displacement of the distended abomasum to the left side of the abdomen (between rumen and left abdominal wall)
1.07.12.05.02. Dilatatio abomasi simplex simple dilatation of the abomasum without lateral displacement
1.07.12.05.03. Dislocatio abomasi dextra, Dilatatio et dislocatio abomasi dextra, Dilatatio et dislocatio abomasi dextra cum torsione (ride-side abomasal displacement without or with torsion) displacement of the distended abomasum to the right side of the abdomen (between intestines and right abdominal wall) without or with torsion
1.07.12.05.04. Dislocatio abomasi dextra cum torsione (ride-side displacement and torsion of the abomasum)
1.07.12.06. Abomasal surgery
1.07.12.06.01. Abomasal surgery with roll-and-suture technique according to Hull blind stitch; rolling method with percutaneous fixation of the abomasum
1.07.12.06.02. Percutaneous abomasopexia according to Sterner & Grymer bar suture, toggle pin; rolling method with percutaneous fixation of the abomasum after gas removal via trocarisation
1.07.12.06.03. Laparoscopic abomasopexia according to Janowitz minimally invasive surgical fixation of the abomasum
1.07.12.06.04. Medial omentopexia according to Numans Utrechter method; left flank surgical technique with paramedian fixation of the abomasum
1.07.12.06.05. Lateral omentopexia according to Dirksen right flank surgical technique with lateral fixation of the abomasum
1.07.12.07. Surgical removal of foreign material from the forestomach
1.07.12.08. Diagnostic laparotomy abdominal surgery for diagnostic purposes
1.07.13. Diseases of the intestines
1.07.13.01. Enteritis (inflammation of the intestines)
1.07.13.01.01. Enteritis catarrhalis (catarrhal enteritis) catarrhal inflammation of the intestines
1.07.13.01.02. Enteritis haemorrhagica (hemorrhagic enteritis) hemorrhagic inflammation of the intestines
1.07.13.01.03. Enteritis pseudomembranacea (pseudomembraneous enteritis) pseudomembraneous inflammation of the intestines
1.07.13.01.04. Enteritis necroticans (necrotic enteritis) necrotic inflammation of the intestines
1.07.13.01.05. Diarrhea syndrome of calves (calf diarrhoea)
1.07.13.02. Intestinal colic and ileus (intestinal obstruction)
1.07.13.02.01. Invaginatio intestini (intestinal invagination)
1.07.13.02.02. Incarceratio intestini (intestinal incarceration)
1.07.13.02.03. Volvulus intestini (intestinal volvulus)
1.07.13.02.04. Torsio mesenterialis intestini mesenterial torsion of the intestines
1.07.13.02.05. Dilatatio caeci (cecal dilatation)
1.07.13.02.06. Dilatatio et torsio caeci dilatation and torsion of the cecum
1.07.13.02.07. Ileus paralyticus (paralytic ileus) ileus due to intestinal paralysis
1.07.13.02.08. Spasmus intestini (intestinal spasm)
1.07.13.03. Prolapsus ani et recti (prolapse of anus and rectum)
1.07.14. Diseases of mesenterium and peritoneum
1.07.14.01. Liponecrosis peritonealis necrosis of adipose tissue in the abdominal cavity
1.07.14.02. Bursitis omentalis purulenta (omental empyema) purulent inflammation of the omental bursa
1.07.14.03. Peritonitis inflammation of the peritoneum
1.07.14.04. Hydrops ascites / Ascites effusion of serous fluid in the abdominal cavity
1.07.15. Diseases of liver and biliary tracts
1.07.15.01. Icterus (jaundice)
1.07.15.02. Hepatic dystrophy / Hepatic failure
1.07.15.03. Hepatitis inflammation of the liver
1.07.15.04. Hepatitis necroticans et apostematosa / Hepatic abscess
1.07.15.05. Cholecystitis et cholangitis inflammation of gallbladder and biliary tracts
1.07.15.06. Hepatic photosensitive dermatitis secondary photosensitization; light-induced inflammation of the skin due to liver dysfunction
1.07.16. Diseases of the pancreas
1.07.16.01 Pancreatitis inflammation of the pancreas
1.07.99. Other disorders of the digestive tract
1.08. Diseases of the urinary tract  
1.08.00. Examination of the urinary tract with no abnormality detected
1.08.01. Hereditary diseases of the urinary tract
1.08.02. Malformations of the urinary tract
1.08.02.01. Fistula urachis (fistula of the urachus) patent urachus; urinary fistula in the navel region
1.08.03. Tumors of the urinary tract
1.08.04. Injuries of the urinary tract
1.08.05. Diseases of the kidneys
1.08.05.01. Haemoglobinuria urinal excretion of haemoglobin
1.08.05.02. Haematuria urinal excretion of blood
1.08.05.03. Insufficientia renum (renal insufficiency) renal failure
1.08.05.03.01. Uremia
1.08.05.03.02. Amyloidosis renum (renal amyloidosis) amyloidnephrosis
1.08.05.04. Nephritis inflammation of the kidneys
1.08.05.05. Pyelonephritis inflammation of the renal pelvis
1.08.05.05.01. Pyelonephritis purulenta purulent inflammation of the renal pelvis
1.08.06. Diseases of the urinary bladder
1.08.06.01. Cystitis vesicae urinariae inflammation of the urinary bladder
1.08.06.01.01. Haematuria vesicalis bovis chronica (chronic enzootic hematuria) chronic urinary excretion of blood from the urinary bladder
1.08.06.02. Paralysis vesicae urinariae (paralysis of the urinary bladder)
1.08.07. Diseases of the urinary tract collection system
1.08.07.01. Constriction in the urinary tract collection system
1.08.07.02. Urolithiasis formation of urinary calculi
1.08.99. Other disorders of the urinary tract
1.09. Diseases of the locomotory apparatus  
1.09.00. Examination of the locomotory apparatus with no abnormality detected
1.09.01. Hereditary diseases of the locomotory apparatus
1.09.01.01. Paresis spastica posterior (inherited spastic paresis) “Elso-heel”; spasticity / incomplete paralysis of the hind limb with extension of stifle and tarsal joints
1.09.01.02. Hyena disease premature physeal closure with lagging growth of the hind limbs
1.09.01.03. Dwarfism
1.09.02. Malformations of the locomotory apparatus
1.09.02.01. Contracted flexor tendons flexor tendon contracture
1.09.03. Tumors of the locomotory apparatus
1.09.04. Injuries of the locomotory apparatus
1.09.05. Lameness
1.09.05.01. Supporting leg lameness
1.09.05.02. Swinging leg lameness
1.09.05.03. Mixed lameness
1.09.06. Diseases of the bones
1.09.06.01. Bone fissure
1.09.06.02. Bone fracture
1.09.06.02.01. Fractura ossis coxae (fracture of the pelvic bones)
1.09.06.03. Periostitis inflammation of the periosteum
1.09.06.04. Osteomyelitis inflammation of the bone marrow
1.09.07. Diseases of the joints
1.09.07.01. Arthrosis (degenerative joint disease)
1.09.07.02. Arthritis inflammation of joints
1.09.07.02.01. Polyarthritis inflammation of multiple joints
1.09.07.02.02. Gonitis inflammation of the knee joint
1.09.07.02.03. Tarsitis inflammation of the ankle joint
1.09.07.02.04. Carpitis inflammation of the carpal joint
1.09.07.03. Periarthritis inflammation of the tissues surrounding some joint
1.09.07.03.01. Peritarsitis inflammation of the tissues surrounding the ankle joint
1.09.07.03.02. Pericarpitis inflammation of the tissues surrounding the carpal joint
1.09.07.04. Distorsion
1.09.07.05. Subluxation incomplete luxation
1.09.07.06. Luxation
1.09.07.06.01. Luxatio patellae (luxation of the patella)
1.09.08. Diseases of synovial bursae
1.09.08.01. Bursal hygroma fluid accumulation in synovial bursae
1.09.08.02. Bursitis inflammation of synovial bursae
1.09.08.02.01. Bursitis praecarpalis (precarpal bursitis) carpal bursitis, carpal hygroma; inflammation of the synovial bursa on the dorsal aspect of the carpal joint
1.09.08.02.02. Bursitis tarsalis (tarsal bursitis) inflammation of the synovial bursa located on the lateral aspect of the tarsal joint
1.09.08.02.03. Bursitis calcanei inflammation of the synovial bursa located at the rear aspect of the heel bone
1.09.09. Diseases of the tendons
1.09.09.01. Tendinitis inflammation of tendons
1.09.09.02. Tendovaginitis inflammation of synovial sheaths of tendons
1.09.09.03. Tendon rupture
1.09.09.04. Tendon necrosis
1.09.09.04.01. Necrosis of the deep digital flexor tendon
1.09.09.05. Acquired contracted tendons in calves
1.09.10. Diseases of the muscles
1.09.10.01. Myositis inflammation of muscles
1.09.10.02. Muscle rupture
1.09.10.02.01. Ruptura musculorum adductores (rupture of the adductor muscles)
1.09.10.03. Muscle necrosis
1.09.10.03.01. Ischemic necrosis of femoral muscles necrosis of femoral muscles due to insufficient blood supply
1.09.11. Diseases of peripheral nerves
1.09.11.01. Neuritis inflammation of peripheral nerves
1.09.11.02. Paralysis of peripheral nerves
1.09.11.02.01. Contusio nervi plexus lumbalis et sacralis (contusion of pelvic nerves)
1.09.11.02.02. Paralysis nervi obturatorii (obturator paralysis)
1.09.11.02.03. Paralysis nervi ischiadici (sciatic paralysis)
1.09.11.02.04. Paralysis nervi femoralis (femoral paralysis)
1.09.11.02.05. Paralysis nervi tibialis (tibial paralysis)
1.09.11.02.06. Paralysis nervi radialis (radial paralysis)
1.09.11.02.07. Paralysis nervi fibularis (fibular paralysis)
1.09.99. Other disorders of peripheral nerves
1.10. Claw diseases  
1.10.00. Examination of the claws with no abnormality detected
1.10.01. Inherited diseases of the claws
1.10.02. Malformations of the claws
1.10.03. Tumors of the claws
1.10.04. Injuries of the claws
1.10.04.01. Foreign bodies penetrating the claw capsule
1.10.05. Claw deformations
1.10.05.01. Simple horn overgrowth overgrowth at the toe; claws with abnormally long anterior and lateral walls
1.10.05.02. Negative net growth of hoof horn claws with shallow heel and abnormally short anterior and lateral walls
1.10.05.03. Stubbed toe claws with steep front angle and equal height of walls at toe and heels
1.10.05.04. Corkscrew claw claws with inwardly twisted toe and lateral walls cylindrically overgrowing the sole
1.10.05.05. Diverging claws claws with wide divergence of toes during normal loading
1.10.05.06. Scissor claw claws with inwardly twisted and crossing toes
1.10.06. Non-purulent claw diseases
1.10.06.01. Horny pillar circumscribed cylindric or bar-shaped horny outgrowth at the inner wall of the claw capsule
1.10.06.02. Vertical fissures in the claw capsule vertical sandcrack
1.10.06.03. Horizontal fissures in the claw capsule horizontal sandcrack
1.10.06.04. White line disease widening and separation of the white line of the claw
1.10.06.05. Loosening of parts of the claw walls laminar loosening of wall horn from the sole parallel to the weight-bearing surface
1.10.06.06. Separations of parts of the claw walls laminar separation between wall horn and underlying corium of the claw
1.10.06.07. Double sole under-run sole; doubling of the sole with cavity between new sole horn and covering false sole
1.10.06.08. Pododermatitis nonpurulenta circumscripta circumscribed non-purulent inflammation of the corium of the claws
1.10.06.09. Pododermatitis nonpurulenta diffusa (laminitis) diffuse non-purulent inflammation of the corium of the claws
1.10.06.09.01. Pododermatitis nonpurulenta diffusa acuta (acute laminitis) acute diffuse non-purulent inflammation of the corium of the claws
1.10.06.09.02. Pododermatitis nonpurulenta diffusa chronica (chronic laminitis) chronic diffuse non-purulent inflammation of the corium of the claws
1.10.06.10. Hyperplasia interdigitalis (interdigital hyperplasia) corns
1.10.06.11. Tendovaginitis flexorum digitalis nonpurulenta (non-purulent inflammation of the common digital flexor tendon sheath)
1.10.06.12. Distortion of interdigital joints distortion of pedal or coronar joint
1.10.06.13. Fracture of third or second phalanx
1.10.06.13.01. Fracture of the distal (third) phalanx pedal bone fracture
1.10.07. Purulent claw diseases
1.10.07.01. Pododermatitis circumscripta purulenta circumscribed purulent inflammation of the corium of the claws
1.10.07.02. Pododermatitis diffusa purulenta diffuse purulent inflammation of the corium of the claws
1.10.07.03. Pododermatitis solearis circumscripta purulenta et necroticans chronica (sole ulcer) circumscribed chronic purulent and necrotizing inflammation of the corium of the claws
1.10.07.03.01. Pododermatitis solearis circumscripta purulenta et necroticans chronica (toe ulcer) circumscribed chronic purulent and necrotizing inflammation of the corium of the claws at the toe
1.10.07.03.02. Pododermatitis solearis circumscripta purulenta et necroticans chronica (Rusterholz ulcers) sole ulcers in the typical location; circumscribed chronic purulent and necrotizing inflammation of the corium of the claws between heel and sole horn close to the axial wall, mainly in the outer claws of the hind limbs
1.10.07.03.03. Pododermatitis solearis circumscripta purulenta et necroticans chronica in atypical location sole ulcers in atypical location; circumscribed chronic purulent and necrotizing inflammation of the corium of the claws neither at the toe nor in the typical location (i.e. between heel and sole horn close to the axial wall, mainly in the outer claws of the hind limbs)
1.10.07.06. Pododermatitis septica circumscripta abaxialis circumscribed infectious purulent inflammation of the corium underlying the wall horn with separation of parts of the claw walls
1.10.07.07. Necrosis interdigitalis (interdigital necrosis) interdigital necrobacillosis, foul (foul of the foot), foot-rot; infectious purulent and necrotizing inflammation of interdigital tissue
1.10.07.08. Digital phlegmon panaritium; digital inflammatory edema
1.10.07.08.01. Coronary digital phlegmon coronary panaritium; digital inflammatory edema along the coronary band
1.10.07.08.02. Heel phlegmon heel panaritium; digital inflammatory edema at the heels
1.10.07.08.03. Interdigital phlegmon footrot, interdigital panaritium; inflammatory edema in the interdigital space
1.10.07.09. Heel erosion slurry heel; necrosis of horn at the heels and in the rear third of the sole
1.10.07.10. Dermatitis digitalis (digital dermatitis) hairy warts (papillomateous digital dermatitis, PDD), Mortellaro disease; infectious inflammation of the digital skin with epidermal lesions of strawberry-like appearance
1.10.07.11. Dermatitis interdigitalis (interdigital dermatitis, IDD) stable foot-rot, scald (foot scald); infectious inflammation of the skin in the interdigital cleft
1.10.07.12. Necrosis of the distal phalanx toe necrosis, osteomyelitis of distal phalanx; degradation of the pedal bone
1.10.07.13. Necrosis of the distal end of the deep digital flexor tendon
1.10.07.14. Purulent inflammation of the common digital flexor tendon sheath
1.10.07.15. Purulent inflammation of the distal interdigital joint
1.10.07.16. Purulent inflammation of the proximal interphalangeal joint
1.10.08. Amputation of claws
1.10.09. Resection of the distal end of the deep digital flexor tendon surgical removal of the distal end of the deep digital flexor tendon
1.10.10. Resection of the distal interphalangeal joint surgical removal of the distal interphalangeal joint
1.10.11. Not fixable in claw treatment crush because of medical reasons
1.10.99. Other disorders of the claws
1.11. Diseases of the central nervous system and the sensory organs  
1.11.00. Examination of the central nervous system and the sensory organs
1.11.01. Inherited diseases of the central nervous system and the sensory organs
1.11.02. Malformation of the central nervous system and the sensory organs
1.11.02.01. Hydrocephalus
1.11.02.02. Cerebellar hypoplasia (hypoplasia of the cerebellum) “Hereford disease”; underdevelopment of the cerebellum
1.11.02.03. Microphthalmia inherited underdevelopment of the eye
1.11.02.04. Dermoid
1.11.02.05. Strabismus convergens congenitus (congenital convergent strabismus) congenital esotropia, congenital convergent squint
1.11.03. Tumors of the central nervous system and the sensory organs
1.11.04. Injuries of the central nervous system and the sensory organs
1.11.05. Diseases of the brain
1.11.05.01. Meningoencephalitis inflammation of the brain and the meninges
1.11.05.01.01. Sporadic bovine encephalomyelitis
1.11.05.01.02. Syndrome relating to abscess at the base of the brain
1.11.06. Diseases of the spinal cord
1.11.06.01. Myelitis inflammation of the spinal cord
1.11.06.01.01. Meningoencephalomyelitis purulenta (purulent meningoencephalomyelitis) purulent inflammation of the brain, the spinal cord and the meninges
1.11.06.01.02. Cauda equina neuritis (paralysis of tail muscles and sphincter muscles of anus and urinary bladder)
1.11.07. Eye diseases
1.11.07.01. Conjunctivitis inflammation of the conjunctiva
1.11.07.02. Keratitis inflammation of the cornea
1.11.07.03. Iridocyclitis (anterior uveitis) inflammation of the uvea
1.11.07.04. Chorioiditis inflammation of the chorioid membrane
1.11.07.05. Cataracta lentis opacity of the lens
1.11.07.06. Amaurosis complete blindness
1.11.07.07. Ablatio retinae (ablation of the retina) detachment of the retina
1.11.07.08. Diseases of the eye bulb
1.11.07.08.01. Strabismus squint
1.11.07.08.02. Nystagmus nystagmoid movement of the globe
1.11.07.08.03. Protrusio bulbi (exophthalmus) protrusion of the eye bulb
1.11.07.08.04. Enophthalamus retraction of the eye bulb
1.11.07.08.05. Panophthalmia inflammation of all parts of the eye
1.11.07.09. Exenteratio bulbi (surgical removal of the eye bulb)
1.11.07.10. Evisceratio (surgical removal of the eye)
1.11.08. Ear diseases
1.11.08.01. Othematom (ear hematoma)
1.11.08.02. Otitis externa (external otitis) inflammation of the ear canal / outer auditory meatus
1.11.08.03. Otitis media inflammation of the middle ear
1.11.08.04. Otitis interna inflammation of the inner ear
1.11.99. Other disorders of the central nervous system and the sensory organs
1.12. Diseases of the udder (other than mastitis)  
1.12.00. Examination of the udder with no abnormality detected
1.12.01. Inherited diseases of the udder
1.12.02. Malformations of the udder
1.12.03. Atrophy of the udder
1.12.04. Deformations of the udder
1.12.04.01. Abnormal shape of the udder
1.12.05. Tumors of the udder
1.12.06. Injuries of the udder
1.12.06.01. Udder hematoma
1.12.06.02. Teat injuries
1.12.06.03. Injuries of the body of the mammary gland
1.12.06.04. Foreign material in the mammary gland
1.12.06.05. Teat fistula
1.12.06.06. Teat end hyperkeratosis
1.12.07. Diseases of the skin and subcutis of the udder
1.12.07.01. Udder exanthema (symptomatic skin rash at the udder) skin rash at the udder accompanying an eruptive disease or fever
1.12.07.01.01. Nutritional udder exanthema feeding-related skin rash at the udder
1.12.07.01.02. Allergic udder exanthema allergic skin rash at the udder
1.12.07.02. Udder eczema idiopathic skin rash at the udder
1.12.07.02.01. Udder acne udder impetigo; purulent inflammation of hair follicles and sebaceous glands at the udder
1.12.07.03. Dermatitis uberis (dermatitis at the udder) inflammation of the skin at the udder
1.12.07.03.01. Dermatitis at the lateral udder and the medial thigh intertrigo, lateral udder sores; necrotic inflammation of the skin at the lateral aspects of the udder and the medial aspect of the thigh
1.12.07.03.02. Dermatitis at the medial forequarters of the udder anterior udder sores; necrotic inflammation of the skin at the anterior portion of the udder between the forequarters and adjacent abdominal skin
1.12.07.03.03. Udder furunculosis disseminated deep purulent inflammation of hair follicles and sebaceous glands at the udder
1.12.07.03.04. Pseudocowpox (paravaccinia) “milker’s nodes”; infection with Parapoxvirus bovis 2
1.12.07.04. Udder edema accumulation of serous fluid in the udder tissue
1.12.07.04.01. Prepartal udder edema udder edema before parturition, calving-related accumulation of serous fluid in the udder tissue
1.12.07.04.02. Chronic udder edema (recurrent udder edema) chronic and repeated accumulation of serous fluid in the udder tissue
1.12.08. Disturbance of milk flow
1.12.08.01. Bloody milk blood-contamination of milk due to intra-mammary rupture of blood vessels
1.12.08.02. Failure of milk ejection
1.12.08.03. Disorders of the ducts of the udder
1.12.08.03.01. Galactophoritis inflammation of the ducts of the udder
1.12.08.03.02. Teat stenosis stenoses in the ducts of the udder
1.12.08.03.03. Disorders of the streak canal of the teat
1.12.09. Teat endoscopy
1.12.99. Other disorders of the udder (except mastitis)
1.13. Mastitis (inflammation of the mammary gland)  
1.13.01. Mastitis – descriptive mastitis by type of inflammatory signs
1.13.01.01. Disturbance of milk secretion non-infectious increase of somatic cells in the milk
1.13.01.02. Mastitis catarrhalis acuta (acute catarrhal mastitis)
1.13.01.03. Mastitis catarrhalis chronica (chronic catarrhal mastitis)
1.13.01.04. Mastitis haemorrhagica (hemorrhagic mastitis) inflammation of the mammary gland with bleeding and blood-admixture to the milk
1.13.01.05. Mastitis necrotica (necrotizing mastitis) inflammation of the mammary gland with tissue necrosis and admixture of putrid tissue to the milk
1.13.01.06. Mastitis apostematosa (purulent mastitis) inflammation of the mammary gland with abscess formation and purulent tissue degradation
1.13.01.07. Mastitis interstitialis non purulenta (non-purulent interstitial mastitis) non-purulent inflammation of the connective tissue of the mammary gland
1.13.01.08. Mastitis granulomatosa (granulomatous mastitis) inflammation of the mammary gland with granulomatous tissue degradation
1.13.01.09. Mastitis phlegmonosa / Mastitis acuta gravis (phlegmonous mastitis) severe inflammation of the mammary gland with necrosis of secretory tissue and extensive accumulation of serous fluid in the udder
1.13.01.10. Mastitis catarrhalis subclinica (subclinical mastitis) infectious inflammation of the mammary gland without clinical signs
1.13.02. Mastitis – etiological Inflammation of the udder – with isolation of pathogenic agents
1.13.02.01. Mastitis with isolation of Streptococci (Sc.)
1.13.02.01.01. Mastitis with isolation of Sc. agalactiae (ScB)
1.13.02.01.02. Mastitis with isolation of Sc. dysgalactiae (ScC)
1.13.02.01.03. Mastitis with isolation of Sc. uberis (ScE)
1.13.02.01.04. Mastitis with isolation of other Streptococci
1.13.02.02. Mastitis with isolation of Micrococci
1.13.02.02.01. Mastitis with isolation of Staphylococcus aureus (St. aureus)
1.13.02.02.02. Mastitis with isolation of coagulase-negative Staphylococci (KNS)
1.13.02.02.03. Mastitis with isolation of other Micrococci
1.13.02.03. Mastitis with isolation of Enterobacteria
1.13.02.03.01. Mastitis with isolation of Escherichia coli (E. coli)
1.13.02.03.02. Mastitis with isolation of Klebsiellae
1.13.02.03.03. Mastitis with isolation of other Enterobacteria
1.13.02.04. Mastitis with isolation of Arcanobacterium pyogenes (A. pyogenes)
1.13.02.05. Mastitis with isolation of Pseudomonas aeroginosa
1.13.02.06. Mastitis with isolation of Mycobacteria (Mycobacterium spp.)
1.13.02.06.01. Udder tuberculosis inflammation of the mammary gland after infection with Mycobacterium bovis or Mycobacterium tuberculosis
1.13.02.06.02. Atypic mycobacteriosis inflammation of the mammary gland after infection with atypic Mycobacteria, e.g., of M. avium group
1.13.02.07. Mastitis with isolation of Nocardiae
1.13.02.08. Mastitis with isolation of Mycoplasmae
1.13.02.09. Mastitis with isolation of yeasts
1.13.02.10. Mastitis with isolation of Protothecae (Algae mastitis)
1.13.02.11. Mastitis with isolation of other pathogenic agents
1.13.99. Other inflammations of the udder
2. Reproduction disorders in females  
2.01. Diseases of the female reproductive system
2.01.00. Examination of the female reproductive system with no abnormality detected
2.01.01. Inherited diseases of the female reproductive system
2.01.02. Malformations of the female reproductive system
2.01.02.01. Freemartinism
2.01.02.02. Genital malformations in females
2.01.02.03. Infantilism in females
2.01.02.04. Tissue junctions in the vagina
2.01.02.05. Hypoplasia of the ovaries underdevelopment of the ovaries
2.01.03. Tumors of the female reproductive system
2.01.04. Injuries of the female reproductive system
2.01.05. Diseases of the vulva
2.01.05.01. Insufficient closure of the vulva
2.01.06. Diseases of the vagina
2.01.06.01. Pneumovagina accumulation of air in the vagina due to insufficient closure
2.01.06.02. Prolaps vaginae (vaginal prolapse)
2.01.06.03. Vaginitis inflammation of the vagina
2.01.07. Diseases of the cervix uteri diseases of the neck of the uterus
2.01.07.01. Cervicitis inflammation of the cervix
2.01.08. Diseases of the uterus
2.01.09. Diseases of the fallopian tube / oviduct
2.01.09.01. Salpingitis inflammation of the fallopian duct / oviduct
2.01.10. Diseases of the ovaries
2.01.99. Other disorders of the female reproductive system
2.02. Pregnancy disorders
2.02.00. Examination for pregnancy disorders with no abnormality detected
2.02.01. Disorders of the fetal membranes and the amniotic fluid
2.02.01.01. Hydrops amnii et allantii (hydrops of amnion and allantois) effusion of fluid in and between fetal membranes
2.02.01.01.01. Hydrallantois effusion of fluid in the allantois, i.e. the fetal urinary bladder
2.02.01.01.02. Hydramnion effusion of fluid in the amnion, i.e. the inner fetal membrane
2.02.02. Disorders of embryonal and fetal development
2.02.02.01. Premature termination of pregnancy (reproductive loss)
2.02.02.01.01. Embryonic death reproductive loss until day 50 of pregnancy
2.02.02.01.02. Fetal mummification reproductive loss with desiccated fetus
2.02.02.01.03. Fetal maceration reproductive loss with macerated fetus
2.02.02.01.04. Fetal emphysema reproductive loss with putrid gas accumulation
2.02.02.02. Abortion
2.02.02.02.01. Abortus immaturus (early abortion) abortion before day 210 of pregnancy
2.02.02.02.02. Abortus praematurus (late abortion) premature calving; abortion after day 210 of pregnancy
2.02.02.03. Graviditatis prolongata (prolonged gestation) duration of pregnancy > 290 days
2.02.03. Termination of pregnancy
2.02.99. Other disorders of pregnancy
2.03. Diseases related to calving
2.03.00. Examination for calving-related diseases with no abnormality detected
2.03.01. Parturition disorders
2.03.01.01. Dystocia calving difficulties
2.03.01.01.01. Absolute oversize of the calf
2.03.01.01.02. Relative oversize of the calf
2.03.01.02. Stillbirth delivery of a dead calf
2.03.01.03. Teratism
2.03.01.04. Calf with anomalies
2.03.02. Labour disorders
2.03.02.01. Bradytocia (tedious labour)
2.03.02.02. Excessive labour
2.03.03. Narrowness of the female reproductive tract
2.03.04. Preterm rupture of the fetal membranes
2.03.05. Irregular position of the calf
2.03.05.01. Irregular posture of the calf deviation from extended posture, i.e. calf lying with flexed extremities
2.03.05.02. Irregular position of the calf deviation from upper position, i.e. calf not lying with vertebral axis up
2.03.05.03. Irregular presentation of the calf deviation from anterior or posterior presentation, i.e. no parallelism of longitudinal axes of cow and calf
2.03.06. Uterine diseases related to calving
2.03.06.01. Torsio uteri (uterine torsion)
2.03.07. Obstetric intervention
2.03.08. Medical induction of labour
2.03.09. Fetotomy
2.03.10. Sectio caesarea
2.03.99. Other calving disorders
2.04. Disorders in the postpartal period
2.04.00. Puerperal control with no abnormality detected
2.04.01. Calving-related injuries of the reproductive system
2.04.01.01. Calving-related injuries of the vulva
2.04.01.02. Calving-related injuries of the vagina
2.04.01.03. Calving-related injuries of the cervix
2.04.01.04. Calving-related injuries of the uterus
2.04.01.05. Perineal laceration
2.04.02. Prolaps uteri (uterine prolapse)
2.04.03. Retentio secundinarum (retained placenta) retained fetal membranes
2.04.04. Atonia uteri (atony of the uterus)
2.04.05. Puerperal diseases disturbance of regeneration of the female reproductive tract after calving during clinical puerperium, i.e. until day 21 p.p.
2.04.05.01. Lochiometra postpartum secretion retention
2.04.05.02. Metritis inflammation of all layers of the uterine wall
2.04.05.03. Puerperal poisoning infection of the lochia with fever and general signs of disease
2.04.05.04. Puerperal septicemia general infection due to infection of the lochia
2.04.99. Other puerperal disorders
2.05. Female infertility
2.05.00. Control of oestrus cycle with no abnormality detected
2.05.01. Uterine infertility infertility related to changes in the uterus
2.05.01.01. Endometritis inflammation of the mucus membranes of the uterus
2.05.01.01.01. E1 Endometritis catarrhalis (catarrhal endometritis) catarrhal inflammation of the mucus membranes of the uterus
2.05.01.01.02. E2 Endometritis mucopurulenta (mucopurulent endometritis) mucopurulent inflammation of the mucus membranes of the uterus
2.05.01.01.03. E3 Endometritis purulenta (purulent endometritis) purulent inflammation of the mucus membranes of the uterus
2.05.01.01.04. E4 Pyometra pus-filled lumen of the uterus
2.05.02. Ovarial infertility infertility related to changes in the ovaries
2.05.02.01. Disturbance of the ovarial reproductive cycle
2.05.02.01.01. Acyclia absence of heat with inactive ovaries
2.05.02.01.02. Anaphrodisia / Anoestria silent heat; absence of heat with active ovaries
2.05.02.01.03. Irregular interoestrus intervals
2.05.02.01.03.01. Shortened interoestrus intervals interoestrus intervals < 19 days
2.05.02.01.03.02. Prolonged interoestrus intervals interoestrus intervals > 23 days
2.05.02.01.03.03. Irregular interestrus intervals
2.05.02.01.04. Abnormal ovulations
2.05.02.01.04.01. Delay of ovulation
2.05.02.01.04.02. Anovulatory oestrus cycle
2.05.02.01.05. Other disturbances of the oestrus cycle
2.05.02.02. Nymphomania
2.05.02.03. Virilism masculinization of cows
2.05.02.04. Ovarial cysts cystic ovary disease
2.05.02.04.01. Follicular cystic ovary disease
2.05.02.04.02. Luteal cystic ovary disease
2.05.02.04.03. Cystic ovarian degeneration
2.05.02.05. Corpus luteum persistens (persisting corpus luteum) delayed regression of corpus luteum
2.05.02.06. Atrophy of the ovaries
2.05.02.07. Dystrophy of the ovaries
2.05.03. Examination due to infertility
2.05.04. Treatment due to infertility
2.99. Other disturbances of female fertility
3. Reproduction disorders in males  
3.00. Examination of the male reproductive system with no abnormality detected
3.01. Inherited diseases of the male reproductive system
3.01.01. Cryptorchidism incomplete descent of testicles into the scrotum
3.01.02. Testicular hypoplasia (hypoplasia of testes)
3.01.03. Anomalies of spermatozoa
3.01.04. Wolffian duct aplasia failure of development of male reproductive ducts
3.02. Malformations of the male reproductive system
3.02.01. Frenulum praeputii persistens (persistent preputial frenulum) permanent tissue connection between glans penis and preputium
3.03. Tumors of the male reproductive system
3.03.01. Sertoli cell tumor
3.03.02. Leydig cell tumor
3.04. Injuries of the male reproductive system
3.05. Diseases of the preputium
3.05.01. Phimosis preputial constriction
3.05.02. Preputial inflammation
3.05.03. Paraphimosis
3.05.04. Preputial prolaps
3.06. Diseases of the penis
3.06.01. Penis hypoplasia underdevelopment of the penis
3.06.02. Penis inflammation
3.06.02.01. Balanopostitis
3.06.02.02. Bleeding during erection
3.06.03. Penis prolaps
3.06.04. Penis paralysis
3.06.05. Penis hematoma
3.06.06. Penis bending
3.06.07. Penis fracture
3.07. Testicular diseases
3.07.01. Orchitis inflammation of the testes
3.07.02. Degeneration of the testes
3.07.03. Fibrosis of the testes
3.07.04. Underdevelopment of the testes
3.07.04.01. Hypoplasia of the testes
3.07.04.02. Aplasia of the testes
3.07.05. Castration
3.08. Epididymal diseases
3.08.01. Epididymitis inflammation of the epididymes
3.09. Scrotal diseases
3.09.01. Inflammation of the scrotum
3.10. Impotentia (male infertility)
3.10.00. Virility control with no abnormality detected
3.10.01. Impotentia generandi lack of fertile semen
3.10.02. Impotentia coeundi erection disturbance
3.99. Other male reproductive disorders
4. Infectious disease and other microbe-related diseases (except local infections of udder and claws)  
4.01. Prion diseases
4.01.01. BSE = Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy
4.01.02. Other prion diseases
4.02. Viral infections (except local infections of udder and claws)
4.02.01. Rotavirus infection
4.02.02. Coronavirus infection
4.02.03. Parvovirus infection
4.02.04. PI = Parainfluenza (infection with Parainfluenza 3 virus)
4.02.05. BVD / MD = Bovine Virusdiarrhea / Mucosal Disease
4.02.05.01. BVD = Bovine Virusdiarrhea
4.02.05.02. MD = Mucosal disease
4.02.06. BMCF = Bovine malignant catarrhal fever
4.02.07. Adenovirus infection
4.02.08. Infection with BRSV = Bovine respiratory syncytialvirus
4.02.09. Infection with BHV1 = Bovine herpes virus 1
4.02.09.01. IBR = Infectious bovine rhinotracheitis
4.02.09.02. IPV = Infectious pustular vulvovaginitis
4.02.09.03 IBP = Infectious balanoposthitis infectious penoposthitis
4.02.10. Papillomatosis cutaneous and mucosal warts due to papilloma virus infection
4.02.11. Cowpox cowpox and vaccinia; diseases caused by orthopox virus infections
4.02.12. FMS = Foot-and-mouth disease
4.02.13. Stomatitis vesicularis (vesicular stomatitis)
4.02.14. Stomatitis papulosa
4.02.15. Aujeszky’s disease (Pseudorabies)
4.02.16. EBL = Enzootic bovine leukosis / leukemia bovine lymphadenosis, lymphosarcomatosis; diseases after infection with BLV = bovine leucosis / leukemia virus
4.02.17. Rabies
4.02.18. BT = Bluetongue
4.02.19. Rinderpest
4.02.20. Schmallenberg virus infection
4.02.99. Other virus infections
4.03. Bacterial infections (except local bacterial infections of udder and claws)
4.03.01. Escherichia coli infection
4.03.01.01. Coli septicemia general disease due to infection with Escherichia coli
4.03.01.02. Coli diarrhoea diarrhoea due to infection with Escherichia coli
4.03.02. Yersinia enterocolitica infection
4.03.03. Salmonellosis disease caused by infection with Salmonella spp.
4.03.03.01. Salmonella dublin infection
4.03.03.02. Salmonella typhimurium infection
4.03.03.03. Salmonella enteridis infection
4.03.03.04. Other Salmonella infections
4.03.04. Paratuberkulosis (Johne disease) intestinal disease after infection with Mycobacterium paratuberculosis
4.03.05. Pasteurellosis shipping fever, transit fever; infection with Pasteurella spp.
4.03.05.01. Acute pasteurellosis haemorrhagic septicaemia; severe general disease caused by infection with Pasteurella multocida
4.03.05.02. Chronic pasteurellosis chronic inflammatory changes of pleura and lungs due to infection with Pasteurella spp.
4.03.06. Infection with streptococcus pneumoniae
4.03.07. Mycoplasma infection
4.03.08. Infection with arcanobacterium pyogenes
4.03.08.01. Pyobacillosis abscess formation after infection with Arcanobacterium pyogenes
4.03.08.02. Uterine infection with Arcanobacterium pyogenes
4.03.09. Infection with Staphylococci
4.03.09.01. Acne due to infection with Staphylococci purulent inflammation of hair follicles and sebaceous glands due to Staphylococcus infection
4.03.09.02. Furunculosis due to infection with staphylococcus spp. disseminated deep purulent inflammation of hair follicles and sebaceous glands due to Staphylococcus infection
4.03.10. Actinobacillosis wooden tongue; granulomatous inflammation due to infection with Actinobacillus lignieresi, mainly affecting soft tissue like tongue
4.03.11. Actinomycosis lumpy jaw; granulomatous inflammation due to infection with Actinomyces bovis, mainly affecting mandible and maxilla bones
4.03.12. Infection with fusobacterium necropherum / bacteroides nodosus
4.03.12.01. Necrobacillosis purulent and necrotizing inflammation of organs due to infection with Fusobacterium necrophorum
4.03.12.02. Calf diphtheria purulent and necrotizing inflammation of oral and/or laryngeal mucus membranes due to infection with Fusobacterium necrophorum in calves
4.03.13. Diseases caused by Clostridia Clostridium infections and intoxications
4.03.13.01. Blackleg blackquarter; fluid and gas accumulation in muscles after infection with Clostridium chauvoei
4.03.13.02. Braxy fluid and gas accumulation in muscles and connective tissue after infection with Clostridium septicum
4.03.13.03. Malignant edema fluid and gas accumulation in muscles and connective tissue after infection with Clostridium novyi and Clostridium perfringens
4.03.13.04. Gas edema disease fluid and gas accumulation in tissue after mixed infections with gas-producing bacteria
4.03.13.05. Infectious necrotic hepatitis (black disease) liver necroses and severe general signs of disease after infection with Clostridium novyi
4.03.13.06. Clostridium perfringens enterotoxaemia intestinal inflammations caused by toxins of Clostridium perfringens
4.03.13.07. Tetanus convulsive disease after wound infection with Clostridium tetani
4.03.13.08. Botulism paralytic disease caused by toxins of Clostridium botulinum
4.03.14. Moraxella bovis infection
4.03.14.01. IBK = Infectious bovine keratoconjunctivitis pink eye; contagious inflammation of cornea and conjunctiva of the eye after infection with Moraxella bovis and/or other microbes
4.03.15. Corynebacterium renale infection
4.03.16. TEME = Thromboembolic meningoencephalitis thromboembolic disease with neurological signs after infection with Haemophilus somnus
4.03.17. Campylobacter infection
4.03.17.01. Enzootic Campylobacter abortion venereal campylobacteriosis, bovine genital campylobacteriosis, vibriosis genitalis; abortion after mucosal infection of female reproductive tract with Campylobacter fetus ssp. venerealis
4.03.17.02. Campylobacter enteritis (winter dysentery) winter scours, vibrionic enteritis; dysentery after infection with Campylobacter spp.
4.03.18. Chlamydia infection
4.03.18.01. Epizootic bovine abortion abortion after infection with Chlamydophila psittaci
4.03.18.02. Chlamydia bronchopneumonia inflammation of bronchial tubes and lungs after infection with Chlamydia
4.03.18.03. Chlamydia polyarthritis inflammation of multiple joints after infection with Chlamydia
4.03.18.04. Sporadic encephalomyelitis
4.03.19. Infection with Erysipelothrix rusiopathiae
4.03.20. Nocardiosis purulent inflammations with granuloma formation after infection with Nocardia spp.
4.03.21. Listeriosis diseases after infection with Listeria monocytogenes
4.03.22. Leptospirosis diseases after infection with Leptospira spp.
4.03.23. Coxiellosis (Query fever) Queensland fever, Q-fever; diseases after infections with Coxiella burnetii
4.03.24. Anthrax severe hemorrhagic disease after infection with Bacillus anthracis
4.03.25. Tuberculosis diseases after infections with Mycobacterium bovis and Mycobacterium tuberculosis
4.03.26. Brucellosis diseases and abortion after infection with Brucella abortus
4.03.27. Pleuropneumonia contagiosa (contagious bovine pleuropneumonia) severe inflammation of pleura and lungs after infection with Mycoplasma mycoides ssp. mycoides
4.03.99. Other bacterial infections
4.04. Mycoses (fungal infections except local infections of udder and claws)
4.04.01. Trichophytia (dermatophytosis) ringworm; mycotic skin disease after infection with Trichophyton verrucosum
4.04.02. Aspergillosis diseases after infection with Aspergillus spp.
4.04.03. Candidosis, Candidiasis diseases after infection with Candida albicans
4.04.99. Other mycoses
4.05. Mycotoxicoses diseases caused by mycotoxins
4.05.01. Ergotism (ergot poisoning) diseases caused by ingestion of mycotoxins of Claviceps purpurea
4.05.02. Aflatoxicosis (aflatoxin poisoning) diseases caused by mycotoxin Aflatoxin prodcued by Aspergillus spp. and Penicillium spp.
4.05.03. Aspergillotoxicosis (aspergillus poisoning) diseases caused by mycotoxins of Aspergillus
4.05.04. Stachybotryotoxicosis diseases caused by mycotoxins of Stachybotrys alternans
4.05.05. Fusariotoxicosis diseases caused by mycotoxins of Fusarium spp.
4.05.06. Rust poisoning diseases caused by rust mycotoxins, mainly of Puccinia spp.
4.05.07. Smut poisoning diseases caused by smut mycotoxins of Tilletia spp. and Ustilago spp.
4.05.99. Other mycotoxicoses
4.99. Other infectious diseases and microbe-related diseases (except local infections of udder and claws)
5. Parasitoses (parasite infestations)  
5.01. Protozoal infections (infestation with parasitical protozoae)
5.01.01. Trichomoniasis bovis (trichomonadosis bovis) infection with tritrichomonas foetus
5.01.02. Coccidiosis dysenteria coccidiosa, coccidial gastroenteritis; infection with Eimeria species from order Coccidia
5.01.03. Cryptosporidiosis infection with Cryptosporidium spp.
5.01.04. Toxoplasmosis infection with Toxoplasma gondii
5.01.05. Sarcosporidiosis (sarcocystosis) muscle cysts of Sarcocystsis species
5.01.06. Piroplasmosis, i.e. babesiosis (redwater) and theileriosis diseases caused by Piroplasma infection, i.e. infections with Babesia spp. and Theileria spp.
5.01.99. Other protozoal infections
5.02. Helminth infestations
5.02.01. Trematode infestations
5.02.01.01. Fasciolosis (fascioliasis) infections with Fasciola hepatica (and other trematodes of genus Fasciola)
5.02.01.02. Dicrocoeliosis infections with Dicrocoelium dendriticum
5.02.02. Paramphistomatosis stomach fluke disease, intestinal amphistomiosis; infections with Paramphistomum species
5.02.03. Anoplocephalidosis and Monieziosis infections with tapeworms species Anaplocephala and Moniezia
5.02.04. Cysticercosis, i.e. echinococcosis and coenurosis diseases caused by cysticerus of tapeworms species Echinococcus und Taenia
5.02.05. Dictyocaulosis / Bronchopneumonia verminosa (parasitic bronchitis) husk, hoose; inflammation of bronchi and lungs due to infection with Dictyocaulus viviparus
5.02.06. Strongyloidosis infection with Strongyloides species
5.02.07. Trichostrongylidosis gastroenteral Strongylidosis; infections with gastroenteral nematodes
5.02.07.01. Nematodirosis infection with Nematodirus species
5.02.07.02. Haemonchosis infection with Haemonchus species
5.02.07.03. Ostertagiosis infection with Ostertagia species
5.02.07.04. Trichostrongylosis infection with Trichostrongylus species
5.02.07.05. Cooperiosis infection with Cooperia species
5.02.08. Oesophagostomosis infection with Oesophagostomum species
5.02.09. Bunostomosis (hookworm infection) infection with Bunostomum species
5.02.99. Other helminth infestations
5.03. Arthropode infestations
5.03.01. Tick infestations infestation with ixodic ticks (Ixodidae) and argasid ticks (Argasidae)
5.03.02. Demodicosis demodectic mite infestation; infestation with Demodex bovis
5.03.03. Trombidiosis (trombidiasis) infestation with Neotrombicula autumnalis
5.03.04. Scabies mange; infections with scabies mites
5.03.04.01. Sarcoptic scabies sarcoptic mange, head scabies; infection with burrowing mites
5.03.04.02. Psoroptic scabies psoroptic mange, body scabies; infection with sucking mites
5.03.04.03. Chorioptic scabies chorioptic mange, tail and feet scabies; infection with surface mites
5.03.05. Pediculosis sucking lice infestation; infestation with Haematopinus eurysternus = short-nosed sucking lice and Linognathus vituli = long-nosed sucking lice
5.03.06. Trichodektosis infestations with Bovicola bovis
5.03.07. Simuliosis infestations with Simulium spp.
5.03.08. Infestation with tabanidae and muscidae
5.03.09. Myiasis diseases caused by larvae of flies
5.03.10. Hypodermatosis warble disease; diseases caused by infections with larvae of Hypoderminae flies
5.03.99. Other arthropod infestations
5.99. Other parasitoses
6. Metabolic diseases and deficiencies
6.00. Examination for metabolic diseases and deficiencies with no abnormality detected  
6.01. Disturbances of energy, carbohydrate and fat metabolism
6.01.01. Hyperketonemia / acetonemia increased content of keton bodies in the blood
6.01.02. Ketosis slow fever; disturbance of carbohydrate metabolism with increased content of ketone bodies in the blood
6.01.02.01. Primary ketosis primary disturbance of carbohydrate metabolism with increased content of ketone bodies and reduced content of glucose in the blood
6.01.02.01.01 Subclinical primary ketosis primary disturbance of carbohydrate metabolism with increased content of ketone bodies and reduced content of glucose in the blood without accompanying signs of disease
6.01.02.01.02. Manifest primary ketosis primary disturbance of carbohydrate metabolism with increased content of ketone bodies and reduced content of glucose in the blood with accompanying signs of disease
6.01.02.02. Secondary ketosis secondary, i.e. in connection with other disease occurring, disturbance of carbohydrate metabolism with increased content of ketone bodies and reduced content of glucose in the blood
6.01.02.02.01. Subclinical secondary ketosis secondary, i.e. in connection with other disease occurring, disturbance of carbohydrate metabolism with increased content of ketone bodies and reduced content of glucose in the blood without accompanying signs of disease
6.01.02.02.02. Manifest secondary ketosis secondary, i.e. in connection with other disease occurring, disturbance of carbohydrate metabolism with increased content of ketone bodies and reduced content of glucose in the blood with accompanying signs of disease
6.01.03. Lipidosis hepatis / Steatosis hepatis (fatty liver syndrome) fatty infiltration and degeneration of the liver
6.01.03.01. Hepatic coma severe disturbance of energy metabolism with hepatic failure
6.01.04. Adipositas
6.01.04.01. Fat cow syndrome lipomobilization syndrome; disturbance of energy metabolism with excessive fat utilization in energetically undernourished, fat cows
6.01.05. Excessive loss of weight
6.01.05.01. Thin pregnant cow syndrome excessive loss of weight in late gestation
6.01.06. Paralytic myoglobinuria disturbance of carbohydrate metabolism with signs of paralysis and urinary excretion of myoglobin
6.01.99. Other disturbances of energy, carbohydrate and fat metabolism
6.02. Disturbances of protein metabolism
6.02.99. Other disturbances of protein metabolism
6.03. Disturbances of mineral balance
6.03.01. Disturbances of calcium and phosphorus balance
6.03.01.01. Parturient paresis (milk fever) permanent recumbency of the dairy cow with reduced calcium and phosphorus content of the blood
6.03.01.01.01. Typical parturient paresis / Stages 1 and 2 of parturient paresis hypocalcemic parturient paresis; recumbency after calving with reduced calcium and phosphorus content of the blood and without or with reduced responsiveness
6.03.01.01.02. Parturient coma / Stage 3 of parturient paresis recumbency after calving with reduced calcium and phosphorus content of the blood and severely reduced responsiveness
6.03.01.01.03. Atypical parturient paresis recumbency after calving of unknown cause without reduced responsiveness
6.03.01.01.04. Downer cow syndrome recumbency after calving without response to therapeutic calcium infusion
6.03.01.01.05. Lactation paresis recumbency of the lactating cow unrelated to calving with reduced calcium content of the blood
6.03.01.02. Osteopathies (bone diseases) due to disturbances of calcium and phosphorus balance
6.03.01.02.01. Rickets of calves
6.03.01.02.02. Osteomalacia of the dairy cow
6.03.01.02.03. Osteoporosis of the fattening bull
6.03.01.02.04. Epiphysiolysis distalis ossium metacarpalium seu metatarsalium (metacarpal or metatarsal epiphysiolysis) loosing of the distal ends of bones in the metacarpus or metatarsus
6.03.01.02.05. Rupture of the gastrocnemius muscle or tendon (Achilles tendon rupture) due to disturbances of calcium and phosphorus balance
6.03.01.02.06. Osteochondrosis et Osteoarthrosis degenerative changes in joint cartilage due to disturbances of calcium and phosphorus balance
6.03.02. Disturbances of magnesium balance
6.03.02.01. Hypomagnesemic tetany signs of paralysis with reduced magnesium content of the blood
6.03.02.01.01. Hypomagnesemic tetany of calves hypomagnesaemia with hyperexcitability, muscle spasm and convulsion in suckling calves
6.03.02.01.02. Grass tetany grass staggers; hyperexcitability, muscle spasm and convulsion with reduced magnesium content of the blood after grazing on lush pastures
6.03.02.01.03. Stable tetany hyperexcitability, muscle spasm and convulsion with reduced magnesium content of the blood in stabled animals with insufficient nutrional magnesium supply
6.03.02.01.04. Transport tetany muscle spasm and convulsion with reduced magnesium content of the blood after exhausting transport
6.03.03. Disturbances of sodium balance
6.03.03.01. Sodium deficiency
6.03.04. Disturbances of chloride balance
6.03.04.01. Chloride deficiency
6.03.05. Disturbances of sulfur balance
6.03.05.01. Sulfur deficiency
6.03.06. Disturbances of potassium balance
6.03.99. Other disturbances of mineral balance
6.04. Disturbances of trace element balance
6.04.01. Iron deficiency
6.04.01.01. Iron deficiency anemia in calves anemia in suckling calves due to lack of iron
6.04.02. Copper deficiency
6.04.02.01. Copper deficiency anemia anemia due to lack of copper
6.04.03. Zinc deficiency
6.04.03.01. Parakeratosis due to zinc deficiency disturbance of keratinization due to lack of zinc
6.04.04. Selenium deficiency
6.04.05. Manganese deficiency
6.04.06. Iodine deficiency
6.04.07. Cobalt deficiency
6.04.99. Other disturbances of trace element balance
6.05. Disturbances of vitamin balance
6.05.01. Beta carotine deficiency provitamin A deficiency
6.05.02. Vitamin A deficiency (hypovitaminosis A)
6.05.03. Vitamin E deficiency
6.05.04. Vitamin D deficiency
6.05.05. Vitamin B1 deficiency
6.05.05.01. CCN = Cerebrocorticalnecrosis (necrosis of the cerebral cortex) polioencephalomalacia; softening and necrosis of the cerebral cortex due to lack of vitamin B1 = thiamine
6.05.06. Vitamin B12 deficiency
6.05.07. Biotin deficiency
6.05.08. Folic acid deficiency
6.05.99. Other disturbances of vitamin balance
6.99. Other metabolic diseases and deficiencies
7. Poisoning  
7.01. Poisoning with feed contents and additives
7.01.01. Sodium chloride poisoning
7.01.02. Nitrate / nitrite poisoning
7.01.03. Urea poisoning
7.02. Poisoning with metals, semi-metals and their salts
7.02.01. Saturnism lead poisoning
7.02.02. Cuprism copper poisoning
7.02.03. Selenosis selenium poisoning
7.02.04. Molybdenosis molybdenum poisoning
7.02.05. Mercurialism mercury poisoning
7.02.06. Iron poisoning
7.02.07. Arsenic poisoning
7.02.08. Fluorine poisoning
7.02.09. Cadmium poisoning
7.03. Drug poisonings
7.03.01. Hypervitaminosis D excess of vitamin D
7.03.01.01. Calcinosis excess of calcium
7.03.02. Hypervitaminosis A excess of vitamin A
7.03.03. Poisoning with esters of phosphoric acid
7.03.04. Poisoning with chlorinated carbon hydrides
7.03.05. Furazolidone poisoning
7.04. Poisoning with disinfectants
7.04.01. Base poisoning
7.04.02. Acid poisoning
7.04.03. Phenol poisoning
7.04.04. Aldehyde poisoning
7.04.05. Halogenide poisoning
7.05. Poisoning with fertilizers
7.06. Poisoning with herbicides and pesticides
7.07. Poisoning with phytotoxins and toxic plants
7.07.01. Onion poisoning
7.07.02. Yew poisoning
7.08. Poisoning with animal toxins
7.09. Poisoning with industrial pollutants
7.99. Other poisonings
8. Behavioral disorders and general findings  
8.01. Illusive sucking
8.02. Sucking of milk
8.03. Tongue stereotypies
8.04. Urine drinking
8.05. Licking stereotypies
8.06. Kicking
8.07. Not fixable in claw treatment crush because of behavioral reasons
8.08. Performance depression
8.09. Poor body development
8.10. Disturbed digestion
8.11. Fever
8.12. Recumbency
8.13. Diarrhea
8.99. Other behavioral disorders and general findings
9. Health-related information not representing diagnoses  
9.01. No diagnosis possible
9.02. Diagnosis not listed in the key
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