A Proposed Revision of the International Classification of Diseases, 11th Revision, Chapter 26.

Abstract:

:In 2019, the World Health Assembly approved the International Classification of Diseases, 11th Revision (ICD-11), which included a traditional medicine chapter. This means that traditional medicine (TM) is incorporated into the mainstream medicine of the world. For TM to contribute to human health, the role of ICD-11, chapter 26 (ICD-11-26), is important. Since the ICD-11-26 is "a union set of harmonized traditional medicine conditions of the Chinese, Japanese, and Korean classifications," it is advisable to supplement the essential patterns while maintaining the already adopted patterns. The ICD-11-26 was originated from the World Health Organization International Standard Terminologies on Traditional Medicine in the Western Pacific Region (WHO-IST), and the WHO-IST is the world's most authoritative TM standard terminology system with an emphasis on traditional and conventional expression. In addition, it includes patterns that are widely used in TM clinical practice and have representative prescriptions at the same time. Therefore, future revisions of ICD-11-26 should make WHO-IST the main reference. Based on this spirit, this proposed revision is a modification of ICD-11-26's structure, order, and expression (English translation) with more essential patterns.

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Integr Cancer Ther

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Choi SH

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10.1177/1534735420908334

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Has Abstract

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2020-01-01 00:00:00

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1534735420908334

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1534-7354

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1552-695X

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