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Diseases Associated Chronic Renal Failure

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Diseases Associated With Chronic Renal Failure

Adults: [1]



Chronic renal failure

Diabetes (31%)

ICD10: Ell – E11.9

Chronic glomerulonephritis and nephrotic syndromes (28%)

ICD10: N04 – N04.9,  N05-N05.9

Polycystic kidney disease (12%)

ICD10: Q60.2 or Q60.4

Nephrosclerosis (9%)

ICD10: M10.30, I12.9

Collagen Vascular Disease (SLE, PSS and others) (3%)

ICD10: M34.0 – M34.9

Interstitial nephritis (3%)

ICD10: N11, N11.8, N11.9, and N12

Retransplant/Graft Failure

 ICD10: T86.10, T86.11, T86.12

S/P kidney transplant

 ICD10: Z94.0

Pediatrics: [2][3]



Congenital malformations of the urinary tract and kidneys (35%)

Obstructive uropathy


ICD10: Q63.1 – Q63.9

Hypoplastic kidneys


Dysplastic kidneys

Hereditary diseases (25%)


ICD10:  E72.00 – E72.09,  Q60.2 or Q60.5,  E78.71, or E78.72



Congenital nephrotic syndrome




Polycystic kidney disease


Alport's syndrome

Acquired disorders

ICD10: N04 – N05.9,  N13.9, or  N11.0

Chronic glomerulonephritis (with focal glomerulosclerosis being the most common acquired disorder leading to ESRD in children)


Other nephritides





1 Winsett RP, Martin J, Reed L and Bateman C. “Kidney Transplantation.”  Organ Transplantation 2002, 6 Nov 2002.  9 July 2003

2 United States Renal Data System. Excerpts from the USRDS 2000 annual data report: Atlas of end-stage renal disease in the United States. Am J Kidney Dis 2000; 36(Suppl 2):S127.

3 Broyer, M. Incidence and etiology of ESRF in children. In: End Stage Renal Disease in Children, Fine, RN, Gruskin, A (Eds), WB Saunders, Philadelphia 1984. p. 9.