ICD-11 classes
01 Certain infectious or parasitic diseases
Predominantly sexually transmitted infections
1A93 — Sexually transmissible infestations
1G04 — Scabies

ICD-11 1G04 — Scabies

A highly contagious infestation of the skin by the mite Sarcoptes scabiei var. hominis. It may result in epidemics when introduced into institutions such as schools and nursing homes. The mites burrow into the skin, favouring the extremities, genitalia and, in infants, the axillae. The characteristic widespread intensely pruritic papulovesicular rash results largely from the host response rather than directly to burrowing by mites. Where such a response is absent as in immunosuppressed or debilitated patients, unchecked proliferation of mites results in crusted scabies. Sarcoptic mites from other mammals such as dogs may cause a transient pruritic eruption.

The diagnosis includes nothing.

The diagnosis excludes nothing.

Diagnosis with code 1G04 contains 3 clarifying diagnoses:

  1. 1G04.0 — Classical scabies
  2. 1G04.1 — Crusted scabies
  3. 1G04.Y — Other and unspecified scabies

The diagnosis is coded elsewhere:

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