What is a function?
The ICF defines body functions as physiological functions of body systems, including psychological functions. At rarecare.world, the ICF body functions are ordered in eight chapters of different ICF functions as for example function of movement and mobility. In rarecare.world a body function can be associated with diseases as part of a rare condition, as for example torticollis.
Coding of the functions starts with the letter b followed by the number of the chapter, followed by numbers to specify the function. For example, b710 = mobility of joint functions and b 7100 = mobility of a single joint.
b 125 Disposition and intra-personal functions
b 126 Temperament and personality functions
b 130 Energy and drive functions
b 164 Higher-level cognitive functions
b 2100 Visual acuity functions
b 21020 Light sensitivity
b 215* Functions of structures adjoining the eye
b 2150 Functions of internal muscles of the eye
b 2159 Functions of structures adjoining the eye, unspecified
b 230 Hearing functions
b 240 Sensations associated with hearing and vestibular function
b 310 Voice Functions
b 320 Articulation functions
b 710 Mobility of joint functions
b 7100 Mobility of a single joint
b 7101 Mobility of several joints
b 760 Control of voluntary movement functions