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Table of Contents ICD-10-CMPreface . iiChapter 8Anatomy Descriptions Specific to This Chapter. 183Diseases of the Ear and Mastoid Process (H60-H95). 185Practical Steps for Using the ICD-10-CM Manual. ivChapter 9ICD-10-CM Draft Official Conventions. vi Format and Structure.vi Abbreviations.vi Punctuation.vi Notes.viOfficial Guidelines Specific to This Chapter. 197Anatomy Descriptions Specific to This Chapter. 199Diseases of the Circulatory System (I00-I99). 211Chapter 10Symbols and Conventions. viii Additional Characters Required.viii Medicare Code Edit Symbols and Colors.viii Other Symbols and Color Coding.viiiOfficial Guidelines Specific to This Chapter. 249Anatomy Descriptions Specific to This Chapter. 251Diseases of the Respiratory System(J00-J99). 255Chapter 11Anatomy Descriptions Specific to This Chapter. 269Diseases of the Digestive System (K00-K95). 273Checklist for ICD-10-CM Preparation. ixChapter 12Official Guidelines Specific to This Chapter. 295Anatomy Descriptions Specific to This Chapter. 297Diseases of the Skin and SubcutaneousTissue (L00-L99). 299Chapter 13Official Guidelines Specific to This Chapter. 317Anatomy Descriptions Specific to This Chapter. 319Diseases of the Musculoskeletal System andConnective Tissue (M00-M99). 327Chapter 14Official Guidelines Specific to This Chapter. 415Anatomy Descriptions Specific to This Chapter. 417Diseases of the Genitourinary System (N00-N99). 421Chapter 15Official Guidelines Specific to This Chapter. 437Anatomy Descriptions Specific to This Chapter. 441Pregnancy, Childbirth and the Puerperium(O00-O9A). 443Chapter 16Official Guidelines Specific to This Chapter. 479Certain Conditions Originating in the PerinatalPeriod (P00-P96). 481List of Features. iiiLegacy of ICD-9-CM and ICD-9-CM to ICD-10-CMCrosswalk. xiiiTest Yourself: ICD-10-CM Challenge. xlivARICD-10-CM Draft Official Guidelines for Coding andReporting. xlviiAnatomical Illustrations. lxxixICD-10-CM Index to Diseases and Injuries. 1ICD-10-CM Neoplasm Table. 307ICD-10-CM Table of Drugs and Chemicals. 327ICD-10-CM External Cause of Injuries Index. 397ICD-10-CM Tabular List of Diseases and InjuriesDTFChapter 1Official Guidelines Specific to This Chapter. 1Certain Infectious and Parasitic Diseases (A00-B99). 5Chapter 2Official Guidelines Specific to This Chapter.27Neoplasms (C00-D49).29Chapter 17Chapter 3Disease of The Blood and Blood-FormingOrgans and Certain Disorders Involving theImmune Mechanism (D50-D89).67Official Guidelines Specific to This Chapter. 493Congenital Malformations, Deformations andChromosomal Abnormalities (Q00-Q99). 495Chapter 18Chapter 4Official Guidelines Specific to This Chapter.77Anatomy Descriptions Specific to This Chapter.78Endocrine, Nutritional, and Metabolic Diseases(E00-E89).81Official Guidelines Specific to This Chapter. 513Symptoms, Signs and Abnormal Clinical andLaboratory Findings (R00-R99). 515Chapter 19Official Guidelines Specific to This Chapter. 533Injury, Poisoning and Certain Other Consequencesof External Causes (S00-T88). 537Chapter 20Official Guidelines Specific to This Chapter. 737External Causes of Morbidity (V00-Y99). 739Chapter 21Official Guidelines Specific to This Chapter. 815Factors Influencing Health Status and ContactWith Health Services (Z00-Z99). 821Chapter 5Official Guidelines Specific to This Chapter.99Mental, Behavioral, and NeurodevelopmentalDisorders (F01-F99). 101Chapter 6Official Guidelines Specific to This Chapter. 121Anatomy Descriptions Specific to This Chapter. 123Diseases of the Nervous System (G00-G99). 125Chapter 7Official Guidelines Specific to This Chapter. 143Anatomy Descriptions Specific to This Chapter. 145Diseases of the Eye and Adnexa (H00-H59). 147ICD-10-CM 2015 (Draft)i

ICD-10-CM 2015BRAIN FUNCTIONAnatomical Illustrationslxxix

ICD-10-CM 2015Anatomical IllustrationsBREAST ANATOMYlxxx

Since 1979, the U.S. has used the InternationalClassification of Diseases, Ninth Revision, ClinicalModifications (ICD-9-CM) to identify diagnoses related tomorbidity and mortality. Twenty five years later, we willtransition from ICD-9-CM to ICD-10-CM, on Oct, 2015.We have become veryfamiliar with ICD-9-CM; and,it is all many providers andcoders have ever knownfor diagnosis coding. As wetransition from this longused code set, let’s take aquick look back to see whathas brought us to where weare today.A LONG-TIME GOALThe Legacy ofICD-9-CMEfforts to catalogue andclassify disease reach backat least 400 years andburgeoned during the18th Century. Respondingto an 1853 request of the newly formed InternationalStatistical Congress, English medical statistician WilliamFarr and Swiss physician Marc d’Espine each prepared auniform classification of causes of death to present to theInternational Statistical Congress in Paris. The resultinghybrid system of classification was never internationallyadopted but we derive the principle of categorizingdiseases by anatomical site from these attempts.ICD-10-CM Crosswalk— Copyright AAPCThe prototype International Classification of Disease(ICD) was adopted in 1893 by the International StatisticalInstitute. By 1938, the classification system would undergofive revisions. International interest led to a sixth revisionby the newly created World Health Organization (WHO)in 1948. The seventh andeighth revisions followedin 1955 and 1965. The ninthrevision, released in 1975,forms the basis of our current codes.The National Center forHealth Statistics appliedclinical modifications(CM) to ICD-9 in 1977. Thecode set provided fora wide variety of signs,symptoms, abnormalfindings, complaints,social circumstances, andprocedures. ICD-9-CM wasadopted nationally in 1979.ADVENT OF ICD-10WHO member states began adopting the tenth revision of the ICD in 1994. Compared to ICD-9-CM, ICD-10provides for greater specificity, promising to enhance theclarity of shared patient data. AAPC provides the following crosswalk of the most reported ICD-9-CM diagnosesto ICD-10-CM codes for a number of specialties.xiii

ICD-9-CM became the driver of thenew Diagnosis Related Group (DRG)reimbursement system. This facilityinpatient payment system relies largelyon the diagnoses and proceduresdocumented for a patient by usingICD-9-CM codes.692.2198219911996The Health Insurance Portability andAccountability Act’s (HIPAA) Title IIadministration simplifications clausemake ICD-9-CM one of the officialcodesets to be used in all healthcaretransactions.465.9The nomenclature for Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) was clarified,adding the 042-V044 series ofcategories.200120062009The prevalence of traumatic braininjury (TBI) suffered by solders fallingvictim to improvised explosivedevices in the Iraq War motivatedthe U.S. Department of Defense torequest new codes for sequelarelated to TBI (799.21-799.29), as wellas codes for TBI screening (V80.01)and personal history of traumaticbrain injury (V15.52). The new codesjoined ICD-9-CM in October 2009.With conversion to ICD-10-CM andICD-10-PCS near, 2013 brings nochanges to the diagnostic codes andone new code in Vol. 3.782.42013280.9Present on Admissions rules wereadded to the ICD-9-CM GuidelinesOct. 1, 2006.E840.3The September 11 terror attacksresulted in a new set of U codes todescribe mortality and morbidityrelated to terror attacks. And E999,which was used previously to denotethe late effects of war operations,was modified to include late effectsof terrorism in 2001.1986An interim classification characterizingthe causative agent of AIDS was added.1988The Catastrophic Coverage Act ofmade the use of the ICD-9-CM systemon all Medicare claims mandatory.1994042 becomes the single code for HIVdisease and V08 is added for Asymptomatic HIV infection. HIV-specificguidelines are added to assist codersin selection and sequencing ofHIV-related illness.2000Worries about a computer-crushing“Millennium Bug” prompted thefederal government to freeze ICD-9CM for the 2000 code year. No newcodes were implemented in October1999 but updates resumed thefollowing year when fears passed.2003Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome(SARS) virus in 2003 prompted theaddition of both 480.31 Pneumoniadue to SARS-associated coronavirusand V01.82 Exposure to SARSassociated coronaviruss2009The emergence of “swine flu” (2009H1N1) led to the creation of a newdiagnosis code in 2009. Several yearslater, the influenza codes were onceagain overhauled to allow reportingof novel influenza A virus.2009E codes reflecting new exercise andsporting activities such as boogieboarding and windsurfing (E002.7);bungee jumping (E004.3); andPilates (E010.3) were added in 2009.Other activity E codes for knittingand crocheting (E012.0); laundry(E013.1); vacuuming (E013.2); ironing(E013.3); and floor mopping andcleaning (E013.4) also made theirICD-9-CM debut in 2009.The following crosswalks were developed by AAPC based on the ICD-10 Fast Forwardcrosswalking quick reference tools. If you’d like to purchase a laminated Fast Forward foryour specialty, please go to www.aapc.com.xiv ICD-10-CM Crosswalk— Copyright AAPC

Anesthesia722.52M51.37 Other intervertebral disc degeneration, lumbosacral regionICD-9 721.3ICD-10 M47.817 Spondylosis without myelopathy or radiculopathy,lumbosacral regionICD-9 724.2ICD-10 M54.5 Low back painICD-9 724.4ICD-10 M54.14 Radiculopathy, thoracic regionM54.17 Radiculopathy, lumbosacral regionICD-9 724.02ICD-10 M48.06 Spinal stenosis, lumbar regionICD-9 720.2ICD-10 M46.1 Sacroiliitis, not elsewhere classifiedICD-9 724.8ICD-10 R29.898 O ther symptoms and signs involving themusculoskeletal systemICD-9 721.42ICD-10 M47.16 Other spondylosis with myelopathy, lumbar regionICD-9 723.1ICD-10 M54.2 CervicalgiaICD-9 729.1ICD-10 M79.1 MyalgiaM79.7 FibromyalgiaM60.9 Myositis, unspecifiedICD-9ICD-10** There are more specific code choice selections available in ICD-10-CM. These include:M60.811 Other myositis, right shoulderM60.822 Other myositis, left shoulderM60.819 Other myositiis, unspecified shoulderM60.821 Other myositis, right upper armM60.822 Other myositis, left upper armM60.829 Other myositis, unspecified upper armM60.831 Other myositis, right forearmM60.832 Other myositis, left forearmM60.839 Other myositis, unspecified forearmM60.841 Other myositis, right handM60.842 Other myositis, left handM60.849 Other myositis, unspecified handM60.851 Other myositis, right thighM60.852 Other myositis, left thighM60.859 Other myositis, unspecified thighM60.861 Other myositis, right lower legM60.862 Other myositis, left lower legM60.869 Other myositis, unspecified lower legM60.871 Other myositis, right ankle and footM60.872 Other myositis, left ankle and footM60.879 Other myositis, unspecified ankle and footICD-9 722.6ICD-10 M51.34 O ther intervertebral disc degeneration, thoracic regionM51.35 O ther intervertebral disc degeneration, thoracolumbarregionM51.36 O ther intervertebral disc degeneration, lumbar regionM51.37 O ther intervertebral disc degeneration, lumbosacralregionICD-9 715.00ICD-10 M15.0 Primary generalized (osteo)arthritisM15.4 Erosive (osteo)arthritisM15.8 Other polyosteoarthritisM15.9 Polyosteoarthritis, unspecifiedICD-9 726.5ICD-10 M70.60 Trochanteric bursitis, unspecified hipM70.61 Trochanteric bursitis, right hipM70.62 Trochanteric bursitis, left hipM70.70 Other bursitis, unspecified hipM70.71 Other bursitis, right hipM70.72 Other bursitis, left hip** Use additional external cause code to identify activity causing disorder (Y93-)M76.10 Psoas tendinitis, unspecified hipM76.11 Psoas tendinitis, right hipM76.12 Psoas tendinitis, left hipM76.20 Iliac crest spur, unspecified hipM76.21 Iliac crest spur, right hipM76.22 Iliac crest spur, left hipICD-9 726.19ICD-10 M75.80 O ther shoulder lesions, unspecified shoulderM75.81 Other shoulder lesions, right shoulderM75.82 Other shoulder lesions, left shoulderICD-10-CM Crosswalk— Copyright AAPC719.41M25.511 Pain in right shoulderM25.512 Pain in left shoulderM25.519 Pain in unspecified shoulderICD-9 719.45ICD-10 M25.551 Pain in right hipM25.552 Pain in left hipM25.559 Pain in unspecified hipICD-9 722.4ICD-10 M50.30 O ther cervical disc degeneration, unspecified cervicalregionM50.31 Other cervical disc degeneration, occipito-atlanto-axialregionM50.32 Other cervical disc degeneration, mid-cervical regionM50.33 Other cervical disc degeneration, cervicothoracic regionICD-9 719.40ICD-10 M25.50 Pain in unspecified jointICD-9ICD-10** There are more specific code choice selections available in ICD-10-CM. These include:M25.511 Pain in right shoulderM25.512 Pain in left shoulderM25.519 Pain in unspecified shoulderM25.521 Pain in right elbowM25.522 Pain in left elbowM25.529 Pain in unspecified elbowM25.531 Pain in right wristM25.532 Pain in left wristM25.539 Pain in unspecified wristM25.551 Pain in right hipM25.552 Pain in left hipM25.559 Pain in unspecified hipM25.561 Pain in right kneeM25.562 Pain in left kneeM25.569 Pain in unspecified kneeM25.571 Pain in right ankle and joints of the right footM25.572 P ain in left ankle and joints of the left footM25.579 Pain in unspecified ankleICD-9 162.9ICD-10 C34.90 M alignant neoplasm of unspecified part of unspecifiedbronchus or lung** There are more specific code choice selections available in ICD-10-CM. These include:C34.00 Malignant neoplasm of unspecified main bronchusC34.01 M alignant neoplasm of right main bronchusC34.02 M alignant neoplasm of left main bronchusC34.10 Malignant neoplasm of upper lobe, unspecifiedbronchus or lungC34.11 Malignant neoplasm of upper lobe, right bronchus or lungC34.12 Malignant neoplasm of upper lobe, left bronchus or lungC34.2 Malignant neoplasm of middle lobe, bronchus or lungC34.30 Malignant neoplasm of lower lobe, unspecifiedbronchus or lungC34.31 M alignant neoplasm of lower lobe, right bronchus or lungC34.32 M alignant neoplasm of lower lobe, left bronchus or lungC34.80 Malignant neoplasm of overlapping sites of unspecifiedbronchus or lungC34.81 Malignant neoplasm of overlapping sites of rightbronchus or lungC34.82 M alignant neoplasm of overlapping sites of leftbronchus or lungC34.91 M alignant neoplasm of unspecified part of rightbronchus or lungC34.92 M alignant neoplasm of unspecified part of left bronchusor lungICD-9 721.0ICD-10 M47.812 Spondylosis without myelopathy or radiculopathy,cervical regionICD-9 337.22ICD-10 G90.529 Complex regional pain syndrome I of unspecified lowerlimb** There are more specific code choice selections available in ICD-10-CM. These include:G90.521 Complex regional pain syndrome I of right lower limbG90.522 Complex regional pain syndrome I of left lower limbG90.523 Complex regional pain syndrome I of lower limb, bilateralICD-9 722.10ICD-10 M51.26 Other intervertebral disc displacement, lumbar regionICD-9 338.4ICD-10 G89.4 Chronic pain syndrome* Code also related phychological factors associated with pain (G54.42-)ICD-9724.6M53.3 Sacrococcygeal disorders, not elsewhere classifiedM43.28 Fusion of spine, sacral and sacrococcygeal regionICD-10M53.2x8 Spinal instabilities, sacral and sacrococcygeal region355.8ICD-10 G57.90 Unspecified mononeuropathy of unspecified lower limbICD-9** There are more specific code choice selections available in ICD-10-CM. These include:G57.91 Unspecified mononeuropathy of right lower limbG57.92 Unspecified mononeuropathy of left lower limbG57.80 Other specified mononeuropathies of unspecifiedlower limbG57.81 Other specified mononeuropathies of right lower limbG57.82 Other specified mononeuropathies of left lower limbICD-9 337.29ICD-10 G90.59 Complex regional pain syndrome I of other specified siteICD-9 789.03ICD-10 R10.31 Right lower quadrant painICD-9 738.4ICD-10 M43.10 Spondylolisthesis, site unspecifiedM43.11 Spondylolisthesis, occipito-atlanto-axial regionM43.12 Spondylolisthesis, cervical regionM43.13 Spondylolisthesis, cervicothoracic regionM43.14 Spondylolisthesis, thoracic regionM43.15 Spondylolisthesis, thoracolumbar regionM43.16 Spondylolisthesis, lumbar regionM43.17 Spondylolisthesis, lumbosacral regionM43.18 Spondylolisthesis, sacral and sacrococcygeal regionM43.19 Spondylolisthesis, multiple sites in spineICD-9 723.4ICD-10 M54.12 Radiculopathy, cervical regionM54.13 Radiculopathy, cervicothoracic regionICD-9 354.2ICD-10 G56.20 Lesion of ulnar nerve, unspecified upper limbG56.21 Lesion of ulnar nerve, right upper limbG56.22 Lesion of ulnar nerve, left upper limbICD-9 722.51ICD-10 M51.34 Other intervertebral disc degeneration, thoracic regionM51.35 O ther intervertebral disc degeneration, thoracolumbarregionM51.36 Other intervertebral disc degeneration, lumbar regionM51.37 Other intervertebral disc degeneration, lumbosacral regionICD-9 346.00ICD-10 G43.109 Migraine with aura, not intractable, without statusmigrainosus** Code also any associated seizure (G40-, R56.9)ICD-9726.60M70.50 Other bursitis of knee, unspecified kneeM70.51 Other bursitis of knee, right kneeM70.52 Other bursitis of knee, left kneeICD-10** Use additional external cause code to identify activity causing disorder (Y93-)M76.50 Patellar tendinitis, unspecified kneeM76.51 Patellar tendinitis, right kneeM76.52 Patellar tendinitis, left kneeICD-9 322.9ICD-10 G03.9 Meningitis, unspecified** There are more specific code choice selections available in ICD-10-CM. These include:G00.0 Hemophilus meningitisG00.1 Pneumococcal meningitisG00.2 Streptococcal meningitisG00.3 Staphylococcal meningitisUse additional code to further identify organism (B96.61-B95.8)G00.8 Other bacterial meningitisUse additional code to further identify organism (B96-)G00.9 Bacterial meningitis, unspecifiedG01 Meningitis in bacterial diseases classified elsewhere** Code first underlying diseaseG02 M eningitis in other infectious and parasitic diseasesclassified elsewhere** Code first underlying disease, such as: poliovirus infection (A80-)G03.0 Nonpyogenic meningitisG03.1 Chronic meningitisG03.2 Benign recurrent meningitis (Mollaret)G03.8 Meningitis due to other specified causesICD-9 170.9ICD-10 C41.9 M alignant neoplasm of bone and articular cartilage,unspecified** There are more specific code choice selections available in ICD-10-CM. These include:C41.0 Malignant neoplasm of bones of skull and faceC41.1 Malignant neoplasm of mandibleC41.2 Malignant neoplasm of vertebral columnC41.3 Malignant neoplasm of ribs, sternum and clavicleC41.4 Malignant neoplasm of pelvic bones, sacrum and coccyxICD-9 722.80ICD-10 M96.1 Postlaminectomy syndrome, not elsewhere classifiedxv

ICD-10-CM 2015ICD-10-CM Index to Diseases and InjuriesAarskog's - AbnormalDAbnormal — continuedabdomen, abdominal region NEC R93.5biliary tract R93.2breast R92.8central nervous system NEC R90.89cerebrovascular NEC R90.89coronary circulation R93.1digestive tract NEC R93.3gastrointestinal (tract) R93.3genitourinary organs R93.8head R93.0heart R93.1intrathoracic organ NEC R93.8limbs R93.6liver R93.2lung (field) R91.8musculoskeletal system NEC R93.7retroperitoneum R93.5site specified NEC R93.8skin and subcutaneous tissue R93.8skull R93.0urinary organs R93.4direction, teeth, fully erupted M26.30ear ossicles, acquired NEC H74.39- Rankylosis — see Ankylosis, ear ossiclesdiscontinuity — see Discontinuity, ossicles, earpartial loss — see Loss, ossicles, ear (partial)Ebstein Q22.5echocardiogram R93.1echoencephalogram R90.81echogram — see Abnormal, diagnostic imagingelectrocardiogram [ECG] [EKG] R94.31electroencephalogram [EEG] R94.01electrolyte — see Imbalance, electrolyteelectromyogram [EMG] R94.131electro-oculogram [EOG] R94.110electrophysiological intracardiac studies R94.39electroretinogram [ERG] R94.111erythrocytescongenital, with perinatal jaundice D58.9feces (color) (contents) (mucus) R19.5finding — see Findings, abnormal, withoutdiagnosisfluidamniotic — see Abnormal, specimen, specifiedcerebrospinal — see Abnormal, cerebrospinalfluidperitoneal — see Abnormal, specimen,digestive organspleural — see Abnormal, specimen, respiratoryorganssynovial — see Abnormal, specimen, specifiedthorax (bronchial washings) (pleural fluid)— see Abnormal, specimen, respiratoryorgansvaginal — see Abnormal, specimen, femalegenital organsformteeth K00.2uterus — see Anomaly, uterusfunction studiesauditory R94.120bladder R94.8brain R94.09cardiovascular R94.30ear R94.128endocrine NEC R94.7eye NEC R94.118kidney R94.4liver R94.5nervous systemcentral NEC R94.09peripheral NEC R94.138pancreas R94.8placenta R94.8pulmonary R94.2special senses NEC R94.128spleen R94.8thyroid R94.6vestibular R94.121gait — see Gaithysterical F44.4gastrin secretion E16.4globulin R77.1cortisol-binding E27.8thyroid-binding E07.89glomerular, minor (see also N00-N07 with fourthcharacter .0) N05.0glucagon secretion E16.3glucose tolerance (test) (non-fasting) R73.09gravitational (G) forces or states (effect of )T75.81 RARR Additional character requiredTF1ICD-10-CM Index to Diseases and InjuriesAarskog's syndrome Q87.1Abandonment — see MaltreatmentAbasia (-astasia) (hysterical) F44.4Abderhalden-Kaufmann-Lignac syndrome(cystinosis) E72.04Abdomen, abdominal (see also condition)acute R10.0angina K55.1muscle deficiency syndrome Q79.4Abdominalgia — see Pain, abdominalAbduction contracture, hip or other joint — seeContraction, jointAberrant (congenital) (see also Malposition,congenital)adrenal gland Q89.1artery (peripheral) Q27.8basilar NEC Q28.1cerebral Q28.3coronary Q24.5digestive system Q27.8eye Q15.8lower limb Q27.8precerebral Q28.1pulmonary Q25.79renal Q27.2retina Q14.1specified site NEC Q27.8subclavian Q27.8upper limb Q27.8vertebral Q28.1breast Q83.8endocrine gland NEC Q89.2hepatic duct Q44.5pancreas Q45.3parathyroid gland Q89.2pituitary gland Q89.2sebaceous glands, mucous membrane, mouth,congenital Q38.6spleen Q89.09subclavian artery Q27.8thymus (gland) Q89.2thyroid gland Q89.2vein (peripheral) NEC Q27.8cerebral Q28.3digestive system Q27.8lower limb Q27.8precerebral Q28.1specified site NEC Q27.8upper limb Q27.8Aberrationdistantial — see Disturbance, visualmental F99Abetalipoproteinemia E78.6Abiotrophy R68.89Ablatio, ablationretinae — see Detachment, retinaAblepharia, ablepharon Q10.3Abnormal, abnormality, abnormalities (see alsoAnomaly)acid-base balance (mixed) E87.4albumin R77.0alphafetoprotein R77.2alveolar ridge K08.9anatomical relationship Q89.9apertures, congenital, diaphragm Q79.1auditory perception H93.29- Rdiplacusis — see Diplacusishyperacusis — see Hyperacusisrecruitment — see Recruitment, auditorythreshold shift — see Shift, auditory thresholdautosomes Q99.9fragile site Q95.5basal metabolic rate R94.8biosynthesis, testicular androgen E29.1bleeding time R79.1blood-gas level R79.81blood level (of )cobalt R79.0copper R79.0iron R79.0lithium R78.89magnesium R79.0mineral NEC R79.0zinc R79.0blood pressureelevated R03.0low reading (nonspecific) R03.1blood sugar R73.09bowel sounds R19.15Abnormal — continuedabsent R19.11hyperactive R19.12brain scan R94.02breathing R06.9caloric test R94.138cerebrospinal fluid R83.9cytology R83.6drug level R83.2enzyme level R83.0hormones R83.1immunology R83.4microbiology R83.5nonmedicinal level R83.3specified type NEC R83.8chemistry, blood R79.9C-reactive protein R79.82drugs — see Findings, abnormal, in bloodgas level R79.81minerals R79.0pancytopenia D61.818PTT R79.1specified NEC R79.89toxins — see Findings, abnormal, in bloodchest sounds (friction) (rales) R09.89chromosome, chromosomal Q99.9with more than three X chromosomes, femaleQ97.1analysis result R89.8bronchial washings R84.8cerebrospinal fluid R83.8cervix uteri NEC R87.89nasal secretions R84.8nipple discharge R89.8peritoneal fluid R85.89pleural fluid R84.8prostatic secretions R86.8saliva R85.89seminal fluid R86.8sputum R84.8synovial fluid R89.8throat scrapings R84.8vagina R87.89vulva R87.89wound secretions R89.8dicentric replacement Q93.2ring replacement Q93.2sex Q99.8female phenotype Q97.9specified NEC Q97.8male phenotype Q98.9specified NEC Q98.8structural male Q98.6specified NEC Q99.8clinical findings NEC R68.89coagulation D68.9newborn, transient P61.6profile R79.1time R79.1communication — see Fistulaconjunctiva, vascular H11.41- Rcoronary artery Q24.5cortisol-binding globulin E27.8course, eustachian tube Q17.8creatinine clearance R94.4cytologyanus R85.619atypical squamous cells cannot exclude highgrade squamous intraepithelial lesion(ASC-H) R85.611atypical squamous cells of undeterminedsignificance (ASC-US) R85.610cytologic evidence of malignancy R85.614high grade squamous intraepithelial lesion(HGSIL) R85.613human papillomavirus (HPV) DNA testhigh risk positive R85.81low risk postive R85.82inadequate smear R85.615low grade squamous intraepithelial lesion(LGSIL) R85.612satisfactory anal smear but lackingtransformation zone R85.616specified NEC R85.618unsatisfactory smear R85.615female genital organs — see Abnormal,Papanicolaou (smear)dark adaptation curve H53.61dentofacial NEC — see Anomaly, dentofacialdevelopment, developmental Q89.9central nervous system Q07.9diagnostic imagingAarskog's - AbnormalA

ICD-10-CM Index to Diseases and InjuriesICD-10-CM 2015ICD-10-CM Index to Diseases and InjuriesAbnormalAbnormalAbnormal — continuedhair (color) (shaft) L67.9specified NEC L67.8hard tissue formation in pulp (dental) K04.3head movement R25.0heartrate R00.9specified NEC R00.8shadow R93.1sounds NEC R01.2hemoglobin (disease) (see also Disease,hemoglobin) D58.2trait — see Trait, hemoglobin, abnormalhistology NEC R89.7immunological findings R89.4in serum R76.9specified NEC R76.8increase in appetite R63.2involuntary movement — see Abnormal,movement, involuntaryjaw closure M26.51karyotype R89.8kidney function test R94.4knee jerk R29.2leukocyte (cell) (differential) NEC D72.9liverloss ofheight R29.890weight R63.4mammogram NEC R92.8calcification (calculus) R92.1microcalcification R92.0Mantoux test R76.11movement (disorder) (see also Disorder,movement)head R25.0involuntary R25.9fasciculation R25.3of head R25.0spasm R25.2specified type NEC R25.8tremor R25.1myoglobin (Aberdeen) (Annapolis) R89.7neonatal screening P09oculomotor study R94.113palmar creases Q82.8Papanicolaou (smear)anus R85.619atypical squamous cells cannot exclude highgrade squamous intraepithelial lesion(ASC-H) R85.611atypical squamous cells of undeterminedsignificance (ASC-US) R85.610cytologic evidence of malignancy R85.614high grade squamous intraepithelial lesion(HGSIL) R85.613human papillomavirus (HPV) DNA testhigh risk positive R85.81low risk postive R85.82inadequate smear R85.615low grade squamous intraepithelial lesion(LGSIL) R85.612satisfactory anal smear but lackingtransformation zone R85.616specified NEC R85.618unsatisfactory smear R85.615bronchial washings R84.6cerebrospinal fluid R83.6cervix R87.619atypical squamous cells cannot exclude highgrade squamous intraepithelial lesion(ASC-H) R87.611atypical squamous cells of undeterminedsignificance (ASC-US) R87.610cytologic evidence of malignancy R87.614high grade squamous intraepithelial lesion(HGSIL) R87.613inadequate smear R87.615low grade squamous intraepithelial lesion(LGSIL) R87.612non-atypical endometrial cells R87.618satisfactory cervical smear but lackingtransformation zone R87.616specified NEC R87.618thin preparaton R87.619unsatisfactory smear R87.615nasal secretions R84.6nipple discharge R89.6peritoneal fluid R85.69pleural fluid R84.6prostatic secretions R86.6saliva R85.69Abnormal — continuedseminal fluid R86.6sites NEC R89.6sputum R84.6synovia

ICD-9 724.02 ICD-10 M48.06 Spinal stenosis, lumbar region ICD-9 720.2 ICD-10 M46.1 Sacroiliitis, not elsewhere classified ICD-9 724.8 ICD-10 R29.898 Other symptoms and signs involving the ** musculoskeletal system ICD-9 721.42 ICD-10 M47.16 Other spondylosis with myelopathy, lumbar region ICD-9 723.1 ICD-10 M54.2 Cervicalgia ICD

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