6. CDC AIDS defining conditions and corresponding SHCS codes

CDC: AIDS-defining condition 1
SHCS code
Bacterial pneumonia, recurrent BPN
Candidiasis of trachea, bronchi or lungs CAN
Candidiasis, oesophagial ESO
Carcinoma, cervical, invasive ICC
Coccidioidomycosis, disseminated CCM
Cryptococcal meningitis COM
Cryptococcosis, other disseminated COC
Cryptosporidiosis, diarrhoe > 1 month SPO
Cytomegalovirus disease, other CMV
Cytomegalovirus retinitis RET
Encephalopathy, HIV-related DEM
Herpes simplex disease, visceral HSD
Herpes simplex ulceration, chronic mucocutaneous HSV
Histoplasmosis, disseminated HIS
Isosporiasis, diarrhoe > 1 month ISO
Kaposi's sarcoma KSA
Leukencephalopathy, progressive, multifocal PML
Lymphoma, primary, cerebral LOB
Mycobacterium, disseminated disease, other or MYC
Mycobacterium avium - intracellulare, disseminated MAC
Mycobacterium genavense disease GEN
Mycobacterium kansasii disease KAN
non-Hodgkin's lymphoma NHL
Pneumocystis pneumonia PCP
Salmonella septicemia, recurrent SAL
Toxoplasmosis, cerebral TOX
Tuberculosis extrapulmonary TEX
Tuberculosis pulmonary TBC
Wasting syndrome, AIDS-defining WAS

SHCS codes, which do not correspond to any of the CDC AIDS-defining conditions

EPD extrapulmonary pneumocystis disease often considered together with pneumocystis  carinii pneumonia
ILE indeterminate intracerebral lesions
TOD disseminated toxoplasmosis often considered together with toxoplasmosis of the brain

SHCS codes, which do not correspond to any of the CDC category B diagnosis

MYP Mycobacterium, pulmonary disease, other


¹ CDC. 1993 Revised classification system for HIV infection and expanded surveillance case definition for AIDS among adolescents and adults. MMWR 1992;41 (no. RR-17)