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Early Intervention Colorado maintains this database by working with a panel of physicians to establish physical or mental conditions that have a high probability of resulting in a significant level of developmental delay. The links below offer you options for viewing the conditions reviewed and approved by the panel.

To review the list of conditions reviewed to date, click here. To submit a condition that has not been reviewed to date contact Beth Cole at 303-866-5017 or Beth.Cole@state.co.us.

Established conditions are listed alphabetically. Use the search form below or click the letter of the alphabet that is the first letter of the diagnosis.


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Diagnosis CCMSweb Code
I Cell Disease I Cell Disease
Ichthyosis, Sjogren Larsson Syndrome Ichthyosis, Sjogren Larsn Synd
Infantile Anorexia (as defined within DC:0-3R, and diagnosed by specially-qualified professional as noted) [The person making the diagnosis must be a practicing medical or mental/behavioral health professional (i.e., physician, psychologist, psychiatrist, licensed clinical social worker, or DC:0-3R trained master's level clinician) who has taken at least the 1 1/2 to 2 day DC:0-3R Practitioner Preparation Course from a Colorado State recognized trainer; an overview or awareness level workshop does not make the person qualified.] Infantile Anorexia
Infantile Neuroaxonal Dystrophy (aka: INAD or Seitelberger Disease) Infantile Neuroaxonal Dystroph
Infantile Spasms, Epilepsy (aka: Infantile Myoclonic Seizures, Infantile Spasm; Hypsarrhythmia) Infantile Spasms, Epilepsy
Intraventricular Hemorrhage (aka: IVH, periventricular hemorrhage, PVH) Grade III IVH Grade III
Intraventricular Hemorrhage (aka: IVH, periventricular hemorrhage, PVH) Grade IV IVH Grade IV
IUGR (qualifies children under one year only - evidence shows the child was born at 33 weeks gestational age and weighing 1,325 grams (2 pounds, 15 ounces) or less at birth or shortly after birth) (aka: for the purposes of determining EI Colorado eligibility IUGR can also be referred to as SGA or LBW) IUGR/SGA 33 wks & < 1,325g
IUGR (qualifies children under one year only - evidence shows the child was born at 34 weeks gestational age and weighing 1,500 grams (3 pounds, 5 ounces) or less at birth or shortly after birth) (aka: for the purposes of determining EI Colorado eligibility IUGR can also be referred to as SGA or LBW) IUGR/SGA 34 wks & < 1,500 g
IUGR (qualifies children under one year only - evidence shows the child was born at 35 weeks gestational age and weighing 1,700 grams (3 pounds, 12 ounces) or less at birth or shortly after birth) (aka: for the purposes of determining EI Colorado eligibility IUGR can also be referred to as SGA or LBW) IUGR/SGA 35 wks & < 1,700 g
IUGR (qualifies children under one year only - evidence shows the child was born at 36 weeks gestational age and weighing 1875 grams (4 pounds, 2 ounces) or less at birth or shortly after birth) (aka: for the purposes of determining EI Colorado eligibility IUGR can also be referred to as SGA or LBW) IUGR/SGA 36 wks & < 1,875 g
IUGR (qualifies children under one year only - evidence shows the child was born between 37 and 40 weeks gestational age and weighing less than 2,000 grams (4 pounds, 5 ounces) or less at birth or shortly after birth) (for the purposes of determining EI Colorado eligibility IUGR can also be referred to as SGA or LBW) IUGR/SGA 37-40 wk & < 2,000 g
 
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