(requirements in bold)

– neurodevelopmental disorders

  – intellectual disabilities

    – intellectual disability

    – global developmental delay

    – unspecified intellectual disability

  – communication disorders

    – language disorder

    – speech sound disorder

    – childhood-onset fluency disorder

    – social (pragmatic) communication disorder

    – unspecified communication disorder

  – autism spectrum disorder

    – autism spectrum disorder

  – attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder

    – attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder – need symptoms for 6 months for dx, specify in partial remission after not meeting criteria for 6 months.

    – other specified attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder

    – unspecified attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder

  – specific learning disorder – dx requires meeting criteria for 6+ months

    – specific learning disorder

      – with impairment in reading

      – with impairment in written expression

      – with impairment in mathematics

  – motor disorders

    – developmental coordination disorder

    – stereotypic movement disorder

    – tic disorders

      – tourette’s disorder – dx requires 1+ years since tic onset

      – persistent motor or vocal tic disorder – dx requires 1+ years since tic onset

      – provisional tic disorder – dx requires 1+ years since tic onset

      – other specified tic disorder

      – unspecified  tic disorder

  – other neurodevelopmental disorders

    – other specified neurodevelopmental disorder

    – unspecified neurodevelopmental disorder

– schizoprenia spectrum and other psychotic disorders

  – schizotypal (personality) disorder

  – delusional disorder – delusions for 1+ month

  – brief psychotic disorder – at least 1 day but less than 1 month

  – schizophreniform disorder – at least 1 month but less than 6 months

  – schizophrenia – at least 6 months of “disturbance” but only needs full symptoms for 1 month of those 6

  – schizoaffective disorder – delusions and/or hallucinations 2+ weeks

    – bipolar type

    – depressive type

  – substance/medication induced psychotic disorder – sxs persist “about” 1+ month after cessation of substance

  – psychotic disorder due to another medical condition

  – catatonia associated with another medical condition

  – catatonia due to another medical condition

  – unspecified catatonia

  – other specified schizophrenia spectrum and other psychotic disorder

  – unspecified schizophrenia spectrum and other psychotic disorder

– bipolar and related disorders

  – bipolar I disorder – manic episode is 1+ weeks

  – bipolar II disorder – hypomanic episode 4+ consecutive days; major depressive episode 2+ weeks

  – cyclothymic disorder – adults 2+ years; minors 1+ years

  – substance/medication induced bipolar and related disorder – sxs persist at least about 1 month after cessation

  – bipolar and related disorder due to another medical condition

  – other specified bipolar and related disorder – gives examples of “short duration hypomanic episodes” of 2-3 day and of “short duration cyclothymia” of less than 24 months

  – unspecified bipolar and related disorder

– depressive disorders

  – disruptive mood dysregulation disorder – Sxs present for 12+ months during which no period of 3+ months all listed sxs were not present.

  – major depressive disorder – 2+ weeks of sxs

  – persistent depressive disorder – 2+ years for adults, 1+ years for minors

  – premenstrual dysphoric disorder – sxs present 1 week before menses, diminish within a few days of menses and gone or mostly gone 1 week after menses; this true for most cycles of preceding year, so 12+ months

  – substance/medication induced depressive disorder – sxs persist “about” 1+ month after cessation of substance

  – depressive disorder due to another medical condition

  – other specified depressive disorder – gives examples of “recurrent brief depression” with 2-13 days meeting MDE requirements every month for 12+ months. also “short duration depressive episode” with 4-13 days meeting MDE requirements and no history of depressive disorders.

  – unspecified depressive disorder

– anxiety disorders

  – separation anxiety disorder – 4+ weeks in children, 6+ months in adults

  – selective mutism – 1+ month “not limited to the first month of school”

  – specific phobia – “typically” 6+ months

  – social anxiety disorder – 6+ months

  – panic disorder – peaks within minutes; attack followed by 1+ month worry and/or maladaptive bx

  – agoraphobia – “typically” 6+ months

  – generalized anxiety disorder – 6+ months

  – substance/medication induced anxiety disorder – sxs persist “about” 1+ month after cessation of substance

  – anxiety disorder due to another medical condition

  – other specified anxiety disorder

  – unspecified anxiety disorder

– obsessive-compulsive and related disorders

  – obsessive-compulsive disorder – defines “time-consuming” as more than an hour a day

  – body dysmorphic disorder

  – hoarding disorder

  – trichotillomania

  – excoriation disorder

  – substance/medication induced obsessive-compulsive and related disorder – sxs persist “about” 1+ month after cessation of substance

  – obsessive-compulsive and related disorder due to another medical condition

  – other specified obsessive-compulsive and related disorder

  – unspecified obsessive-compulsive and related disorder

– trauma- and stressor-related disorders

  – reactive attachment disorder

  – disinhibited social engagement disorder

  – PTSD – 1+ month; delayed onset specifier if 6+ months between trauma & sxs

  – acute stress disorder – between 3 days and 1 month

  – adjustment disorders – sxs occur within 3 months of stressor, do not persist longer than 6 months

  – other specified trauma- and stressor-related disorder – examples of adjustment-like disorders with onset of sxs more than 3 months, and adjustment-like disorders with prolonged duration of more than 6 months

  – unspecified trauma- and stressor-related disorder

– dissociative disorders

  – dissociative identity disorder

  – dissociative amnesia

  – depersonalization/derealization disorder

  – other specified dissociative disorder

  – unspecified dissociative disorder

– somatic symptom and related disorders

  – somatic symptom disorder – “typically more than 6 months”

  – illness anxiety disorder – 6+ months

  – conversion disorder

  – psychological factors affecting other medical conditions

  – factitious disorder

  – other specified somatic symptom and related disorder – gives examples of brief somatic symptom and illness anxiety disorders with durations less than 6 months

  – unspecified somatic symptom and related disorder

– feeding and eating disorders and related disorders

  – pica – 1+ month

  – rumination disorder – 1+ month

  – avoidant/restrictive food intake disorder

  – anorexia nervosa

    – restricting type

    – binge eating/purging type

  – bulemia nervosa – 1+/week for 3 months

  – binge-eating disorder – 1+/week for 3 months

  – other specified feeding and eating disorders and related disorder – examples are bulemia or binge-eating disorders “of limited duration” lasting less than 3 months

  – unspecified feeding and eating disorders and related disorder

– elimination disorders

  – enuresis – 2+x/week for 3 months

  – encopresis – 1+x/month for 3 months

  – other specified elimination disorder

  – unspecified elimination disorder

– sleep-wake disorders

  – insomnia disorder – 3+ months; specifiers for episodic (1-3 months(?)), persistent (3+ months) and recurrent (2+ episodes within a year)

  – hypersomnolence disorder – 3+ months; must get at least 7 hours sleep at night; also, one possible criteria is 9+ hours of unrefreshing sleep.

  – narcolepsy – 3x/week for 3+ months

  – breathing related sleep disorders

    – obstructive sleep apnea hypopnea

    – central sleep apnea

    – sleep-related hypoventilation

    – circadian rhythm sleep-wake disorder

  – parasomnias

    – non-rapid eye movement sleep arousal disorders

    – nightmare disorder

    – rapid eye movement sleep behavior disorder

    – restless legs syndrome

  – substance/medication induced sleep disorder

  – other specified insomnia disorder – example of “brief insomnia disorder” which lasts less than 3 months

  – unspecified insomnia disorder

  – unspecified sleep-wake disorder

  – unspecified hyersomnolence dosorder

  – other specified hypersomnolence disorder

  – other specified sleep-wake disorder

– sexual dysfunctions

  – delayed ejaculation – 6+ months

  – erectile disorder – 6+ months

  – female orgasmic disorder

  – female sexual interest/arousal disorder – “approximately 6 months”

  – genito-pelvic/penetration disorder

  – male hypoactive sexual desire disorder

  – premature ejaculation – ejaculation within 1 minute, lasting 6+ months. specifiers are 30 seconds-1 minute mild, 15-30 seconds moderate, 0-15 seconds severe.

  – substance/medication-induced sexual disfunction – sxs persist “about” 1+ month after cessation of substance

  – other specified sexual dysfunction

  – unspecified sexual dysfunction

– gender dysphoria

  – gender dysphoria – 6+ months

  – other specified gender dysphoria – example of gender dysphoria lasting fewer than 6 months

  – unspecified gender dysphoria

– disruptive, impulse-control, and conduct disorders

  – oppositional defiant disorder – 6+ months

  – intermittent explosive disorder – verbal aggression 2x/week for 3 months and/or physical aggression 3x within a year

  – conduct disorder – at least three criteria in the past 12 months and one in the past 6

  – antisocial personality disorder

  – pyromania

  – kleptomania

  – other specific disruptive, impulse-control, and conduct disorder

  – unspecified disruptive, impulse-control, and conduct disorder

– substance-related and addictive disorders

  – substance-related disorders

    – alcohol-related disorders

      – alcohol use disorder – sxs within a 12-month period. early remission is 3-12 months, sustained remission is 12+ months

      – alcohol intoxication

      – alcohol withdrawal – sxs develop within several hours to a few days of cessation/reduction

      – other alcohol-induced disorders

      – unspecified alcohol-related disorder

    – caffeine-related disorder

      – caffeine intoxication

      – caffeine withdrawal – sxs develop within 24 hours of cessation/reduction

      – other caffeine-induced disorders

      – unspecified caffeine-related disorder

    – cannabis-related disorders

      – cannabis use disorder – sxs occurring within a 12-month period

      – cannabis intoxication – sxs develop within 2 hours of use

      – cannabis withdrawal – sxs develop within approximately 1 week of cessation/reduction

      – other cannabis-induced disorders

      – unspecified cannabis-related disorder

    – hallucinogen-related disorders

      – phencyclidine use disorder – sxs occur in the same 12-month period

      – other hallucinogen use disorder – sxs occur in the same 12-month period

      – phencyclidine intoxication – sxs onset within 1 hour of taking

      – other hallucinogen intoxication – sxs onset during or shortly after taking

      – hallucinogen persisting perception disorder

      – other phencyclidine-induced disorders

      – other other hallucinogen-induced disorders

      – unspecified phencyclidine-related disorder

      – unspecified hallucinogen-related disorder

    – inhalant-related disorders

      – inhalant use disorder – sxs occur in the same 12-month period

      – inhalant intoxication – sxs onset during or shortly after exposure

      – other inhalant-induced disorders

      – unspecified inhalant-related disorder

    – opioid-related disorders

      – opioid use disorder – sxs occur in the same 12-month period

      – opioid intoxication – sxs onset during or shortly after taking

      – opioid withdrawal – sxs onset within minutes to several days of cessation/antagonist use

      – other opioid-use disorders

      – unspecified opioid-related disorder

    – sedative, hypnotic, or anxiolytic use disorders

      – sedative, hypnotic, or anxiolytic use disorder – sxs occur in the same 12-month period

      – sedative, hypnotic, or anxiolytic intoxication – sxs onset during or shortly after taking

      – sedative, hypnotic, or anxiolytic withdrawal – sxs onset within several hours to a few days of cessation

      – other sedative-, hypnotic-, or anxiolytic-induced disorders

      – unspecified sedative-, hypnotic-, or anxiolytic-related disorder

    – stimulant-related disorders

      – stimulant use disorder – sxs occur in the same 12-month period

      – stimulant intoxication – sxs onset during or shortly after taking

      – stimulant withdrawal – sxs onset within several hours to a few days of cessation

      – other stimulant-induced disorders

      – unspecified -related disorder

    – tobacco-related disorders

      – tobacco use disorder – sxs occur in the same 12-month period

      – tobacco withdrawal – within 24 hours

      – other tobacco-induced disorders

      – unspecified tobacco-related disorder

    – other (or unknown) substance-related disorders

      – other (or unknown) substance use disorder – sxs occur in the same 12-month period

      – other (or unknown) substance intoxication

      – other (or unknown) substance withdrawal

      – other (or unknown) substance-induced disorders

      – unspecified other (or unknown) substance-related disorder

    – non-substance-related disorders

      – gambling disorder – sxs onset within several hours to a few days of cessation

– neurocognitive disorders

  – delirium – develops over hours to a few days

  – other specified delirium

  – unspecified delirium

  – major or mild neurocognitive disorders

    – major or mild neurocognitive disorder due to alzheimer’s disease

    – major or mild frontotemporal neurocognitive disorder

    – major or mild neurocognitive disorder with lewy bodies

    – major or mild vascular neurocognitive disorder

    – major or mild neurocognitive disorder due to traumatic brain injury – presents immediately after TBI

    – substance/medication induced major or mild neurocognitive disorder

    – major or mild neurocognitive disorder due to HIV infection

    – major or mild neurocognitive disorder due to huntington’s disease

    – major or mild neurocognitive disorder due to another medical condition

    – major or mild neurocognitive disorder due to multiple etiologies

    – unspecified neurocognitive disorder

– personality disorders – stable and of long duration

  – paranoid personality disorder

  – schizoid personality disorder

  – schizotypal personality disorder

  – antisocial personality disorder – sxs minimum 3 years, 15-18

  – borderline personality disorder

  – histrionic personality disorder

  – narcissistic personality disorder

  – avoidant personality disorder

  – dependent personality disorder

  – obsessive-compulsive personality disorder

  – personality change due to another medical condition – in children, bx change lasts 1+ years

  – other specified personality disorder

  – unspecified personality disorder

– paraphilic disorders

  – voyeuristic disorder – 6+ months

  – exhibitionistic disorder – 6+ months

  – frotteuristic disorder – 6+ months

  – sexual masochism disorder – 6+ months

  – sexual sadism disorder – 6+ months

  – pedophilic disorder – 6+ months

  – fetishistic disorder – 6+ months

  – transvestic disorder – 6+ months

  – other specified paraphilic disorder

  – unspecified paraphilic disorder

– other mental disorders

  – other specified mental disorder due to another medical condition

  – unspecified mental disorder due to another medical condition

  – other specified mental disorder

  – unspecified mental disorder

– medication-induced movement disorders

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– other conditions that may be a focus of clinical attention

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