Given the obvious importance for global health, I've found it easy to track down lists from Google of the top lifestyle related causes of death (like heart disease, lung cancer etc), but as a consequence it proven difficult to find a source of the opposite, the leading causes of death which have no (or very little) relation to lifestyle choices (like smoking, obesity etc).
What I'm interested in is those chronic and generally quite fatal disease which just happen for either genetic or spontaneous reasons, or perhaps due to environmental causes which are so ubiquitous as to be unavoidable.
I'm not looking for an exhaustive, or even very large list, the top five to ten would do, and I understand that there's no clear distinction between lifestyle and genetic factors, but obviously health organisations make some estimate of what is mainly the cause otherwise lists like these would not be possible. I just want the opposite list.
To clarify in the light of some answers, I'm looking for diseases which one might contract in adulthood (this could include pathogens) which could in a normal healthy person living within reach of modern medicine still present a more than 50% chance of being fatal. Basically I'm after a risk figure (my field of research) which would act as a baseline presuming a safe, healthy life.