Parkinson disease

Scope Notes: Chronic, progressive nervous disease causing muscular tremors, rigidity of movement, and peculiarity of gait
Broader Term:
ICF I:
  • b7 NEUROMUSCULOSKELETAL AND MOVEMENT-RELATED FUNCTIONS
  • s1 STRUCTURES OF THE NERVOUS SYSTEM
  • d4 MOBILITY
ICF III:
  • b749 Muscle functions, other specified and unspecified
  • b755 Involuntary movement reaction functions
  • b760 Control of voluntary movement functions
  • b765 Involuntary movement functions
  • b770 Gait pattern functions
  • s110 Structure of brain
  • s120 Spinal cord and related structures
  • d430 Lifting and carrying objects
  • d435 Moving objects with lower extremities
  • d440 Fine hand use
  • d445 Hand and arm use
  • d450 Walking
  • d455 Moving around
  • d460 Moving around in different locations
ICF IV:
  • b7650 Involuntary contractions of muscles
  • b7651 Tremor
  • b7652 Tics and mannerisms
  • b7653 Stereotypies and motor perseveration
  • s1101 Structure of midbrain
  • s1200 Structure of spinal cord
  • s1201 Spinal nerves
  • d4300 Lifting
  • d4301 Carrying in the hands
  • d4302 Carrying in the arms
  • d4303 Carrying on shoulders, hip and back
  • d4304 Carrying on the head
  • d4305 Putting down objects
  • d4350 Pushing with lower extremities
  • d4351 Kicking
  • d4400 Picking up
  • d4401 Grasping
  • d4402 Manipulating
  • d4403 Releasing
  • d4450 Pulling
  • d4451 Pushing
  • d4452 Reaching
  • d4453 Turning or twisting the hands or arms
  • d4454 Throwing
  • d4455 Catching
  • d4500 Walking short distances
  • d4501 Walking long distances
  • d4502 Walking on different surfaces
  • d4503 Walking around obstacles
  • d4550 Crawling
  • d4551 Climbing
  • d4552 Running
  • d4553 Jumping
  • d4554 Swimming
  • d4600 Moving around within the home
  • d4601 Moving around within buildings other than home
  • d4602 Moving around outside the home and other buildings
Changes:
9/23/05 spelling changed.
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