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Diseases Associated with Transplant


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Diseases That Are Associated With Small Bowel Transplantation
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Adults:

 

Condition

Diagnoses

Intestinal vascular insufficiency (22%)

ICD10:  K55.x

Mesenteric artery insufficiency

Mesenteric venous thrombosis (due to hypercoagulable state, protein S or C deficiency and antithrombin III deficiency)

Budd-Chiari syndrome

Granulomatous disease (13%)

ICD10: K50.XX

Crohn’s disease

Trauma (12%)

ICD10: S36.409A, S36.609A, S36.90XA

Motor vehicle accident

Gun shot wound

Neoplasms (10%)

ICD10: D12.0 – D12.6 and K63.5

Familial adenomatous polyposis (FAP)

Gardener’s syndrome

Diffuse mesenteric fibroadenomatosis

Other

ICD10: K56.2, K59.x, K52.3, K52.89, K52.9, Z94.82

Volvulus

Pseudo-obstruction

Massive resection 2° to tumor

Radiation enteritis


Pediatrics:
 

Condition

Diagnoses

Congenital

ICD10: Q79.59, Q41.9, Q45.8, Q43.1, K90.9

Gastroschisis (21%)

Atresia and stenosis

Hirschsprung’s disease

Microvillus inclusion disease

Perinatal complications

ICD10: K55.x, P77.9, K56.2

Necrotizing enterocolitis (NEC) (12%)

Volvulus (18%)

Other

ICD10: K59.x, S36.409A, S36.609A, S36.90XA, Z94.82

Chronic intestinal pseudo-obstruction (CIP)

Trauma

Short gut syndrome

S/P intestinal transplant


1 Park BK. “Intestine Transplantation”. Organ Transplant 2002 17 June 2002.
2 Greenstein, SM and Prowse, O. “Intestinal Transplantation.” e-Medicine.com
20 June 2003. 8 July 2003 Kocoshis et al, Journal of Pediatric Gastroenterology and Nutrition 39:S655–S661 © June 2004 Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, Philadelphia