ICD-10 Code
International Classification of Diseases, 10th Revision
Apr 30, 2017

ICD 10 Index to diseases & injuries - “C”

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“C”Cachexia to Calculi

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  • Cachexia

    - R64
    • cancerous - R64
    • cardiac — see Disease, heart
    • dehydration - E86.0
    • due to malnutrition - R64
    • exophthalmic — see Hyperthyroidism
    • heart — see Disease, heart
    • hypophyseal - E23.0
    • hypopituitary - E23.0
    • lead — see Poisoning, lead
    • malignant - R64
    • marsh — see Malaria
    • nervous - F48.8
    • old age - R54
    • paludal — see Malaria
    • pituitary - E23.0
    • renal - N28.9
    • saturnine — see Poisoning, lead
    • senile - R54
    • Simmonds' - E23.0
    • splenica - D73.0
    • strumipriva - E03.4
    • tuberculous NEC — see Tuberculosis
  • Café, au lait spots

    - L81.3
  • Caffeine-induced

  • Caffey's syndrome

    - Q78.8
  • Caisson disease

    - T70.3
  • Cake kidney

    - Q63.1
  • Caked breast (puerperal, postpartum)

    - O92.79
  • Calabar swelling

    - B74.3
  • Calcaneal spur

    see Spur, bone, calcaneal
  • Calcaneo-apophysitis

    - M92.8
  • Calcareous

    see condition
  • Calcicosis

    - J62.8
  • Calciferol deficiency (vitamin D)

    - E55.9
  • Calcification

    • adrenal (capsule) (gland) - E27.49
      • tuberculous - E35
    • aorta - I70.0
    • artery (annular) — see Arteriosclerosis
    • auricle (ear) — see Disorder, pinna, specified type NEC
    • basal ganglia - G23.8
    • bladder - N32.89
      • due to Schistosoma hematobium - B65.0
    • brain (cortex) — see Calcification, cerebral
    • bronchus - J98.09
    • bursa - M71.40
    • cardiac — see Degeneration, myocardial
    • cerebral (cortex) - G93.89
    • cervix (uteri) - N88.8
    • choroid plexus - G93.89
    • conjunctiva — see Concretion, conjunctiva
    • corpora cavernosa (penis) - N48.89
    • cortex (brain) — see Calcification, cerebral
    • dental pulp (nodular) - K04.2
    • dentinal papilla - K00.4
    • fallopian tube - N83.8
    • falx cerebri - G96.19
    • gallbladder - K82.8
    • general - E83.59
    • heart — See also Degeneration, myocardial
      • valve — see Endocarditis
    • idiopathic infantile arterial (IIAC) - Q28.8
    • intervertebral cartilage or disc (postinfective) — see Disorder, disc, specified NEC
    • intracranial — see Calcification, cerebral
    • joint — see Disorder, joint, specified type NEC
    • kidney - N28.89
      • tuberculous - N29
    • larynx (senile) - J38.7
    • lens — see Cataract, specified NEC
    • lung (active) (postinfectional) - J98.4
    • lymph gland or node (postinfectional) - I89.8
      • tuberculous - B90.8See also Tuberculosis, lymph gland
    • mammographic - R92.1
    • massive (paraplegic) — see Myositis, ossificans, in, quadriplegia
    • medial — see Arteriosclerosis, extremities
    • meninges (cerebral) (spinal) - G96.19
    • metastatic - E83.59
    • Mönckeberg's — see Arteriosclerosis, extremities
    • muscle - M61.9
    • myocardium, myocardial — see Degeneration, myocardial
    • ovary - N83.8
    • pancreas - K86.89
    • penis - N48.89
    • periarticular — see Disorder, joint, specified type NEC
    • pericardium - I31.1See also Pericarditis
    • pineal gland - E34.8
    • pleura - J94.8
    • pulpal (dental) (nodular) - K04.2
    • sclera - H15.89
    • spleen - D73.89
    • subcutaneous - L94.2
    • suprarenal (capsule) (gland) - E27.49
    • tendon (sheath) — See also Tenosynovitis, specified type NEC
      • with bursitis, synovitis or tenosynovitis — see Tendinitis, calcific
    • trachea - J39.8
    • ureter - N28.89
    • uterus - N85.8
    • vitreous — see Deposit, crystalline
  • Calcified

    see Calcification
  • Calcinosis (interstitial) (tumoral) (universalis)

    - E83.59
    • with Raynaud's phenomenon, esophageal dysfunction, sclerodactyly, telangiectasia (CREST syndrome) - M34.1
    • circumscripta (skin) - L94.2
    • cutis - L94.2
  • Calciphylaxis

    - E83.59See also Calcification, by site
  • Calcium

    • deposits — see Calcification, by site
    • metabolism disorder - E83.50
    • salts or soaps in vitreous — see Deposit, crystalline
  • Calciuria

    - R82.99
  • Calculi

    see Calculus
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