ICD-11 classes
01 Certain infectious or parasitic diseases
Certain zoonotic viral diseases
1D60 — Filovirus disease
1D60.1 — Marburg disease

ICD-11 1D60.1 — Marburg disease

A severe disease with high case fatality caused by infection with Marburg virus or a closely related virus. Marburg disease is typically characterised by acute onset of fever with non-specific symptoms/signs (e.g., abdominal pain, anorexia, fatigue, malaise, myalgia, sore throat) usually followed several days later by nausea, vomiting, diarrhoea, and occasionally a variable rash. Severe illness may include haemorrhagic manifestations (e.g., bleeding from puncture sites, ecchymoses, petechiae, visceral effusions), encephalopathy, shock/hypotension, multi-organ failure. Common laboratory findings include thrombocytopenia, elevated transaminase concentrations, electrolyte abnormalities, and signs of renal dysfunction. Individuals who recover may experience prolonged sequelae (e.g., arthralgia, neurocognitive dysfunction, uveitis), and clinical and subclinical persistent infection may occur in immune-privileged compartments (e.g., CNS, eyes, testes). Person-to-person transmission occurs by direct contact with blood, other bodily fluids, organs, or contaminated surfaces and materials with risk beginning at the onset of clinical signs and increasing with disease severity. Family members, sexual contacts, healthcare providers, and participants in burial ceremonies with direct contact with the deceased are at particular risk. The incubation period typically is 7–11 days (range ≈2–21 days).

The diagnosis includes nothing.

The diagnosis excludes nothing.

Diagnosis with code 1D60.1 contains 4 clarifying diagnoses:

  1. 1D60.10 — Marburg virus disease
  2. 1D60.11 — Atypical Marburg disease
  3. 1D60.1Y — Other specified Marburg disease
  4. 1D60.1Z — Marburg disease, virus unspecified

The diagnosis is coded elsewhere:

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