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

ICD 10 Index to diseases & injuries - “J”

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“J”Jaccoud's syndrome to Jejunum, jejunal

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  • Jaccoud's syndrome

    see Arthropathy, postrheumatic, chronic
  • Jackson's

  • Jacquet's dermatitis (diaper dermatitis)

    - L22
  • Jadassohn-Pellizari's disease or anetoderma

    - L90.2
  • Jadassohn's

    • blue nevus — see Nevus
    • intraepidermal epithelioma — see Neoplasm, skin, benign
  • Jaffe-Lichtenstein syndrome (-Uehlinger)

    see Dysplasia, fibrous, bone NEC
  • Jakob-Creutzfeldt disease or syndrome

    see Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease or syndrome
  • Jaksch-Luzet disease

    - D64.89
  • Jamaican

    • neuropathy - G92
    • paraplegic tropical ataxic-spastic syndrome - G92
  • Janet's disease

    - F48.8
  • Janiceps

    - Q89.4
  • Jansky-Bielschowsky amaurotic idiocy

    - E75.4
  • Japanese

  • Jaundice (yellow)

    - R17
    • acholuric (familial) (splenomegalic) — See also Spherocytosis
    • breast-milk (inhibitor) - P59.3
    • catarrhal (acute) - B15.9
      • with hepatic coma - B15.0
    • cholestatic (benign) - R17
    • due to or associated with
      • delayed conjugation - P59.8
        • associated with preterm delivery (due to) - P59.0
      • preterm delivery - P59.0
    • epidemic (catarrhal) - B15.9
    • familial nonhemolytic (congenital) (Gilbert) - E80.4
    • febrile (acute) - B15.9
    • hematogenous - D59.9
    • hemolytic (acquired) - D59.9
      • congenital — see Spherocytosis
    • hemorrhagic (acute) (leptospiral) (spirochetal) - A27.0
    • infectious (acute) (subacute) - B15.9
    • leptospiral (hemorrhagic) - A27.0
    • malignant (without coma) - K72.90
    • newborn - P59.9
      • due to or associated with
        • ABO
          • antibodies - P55.1
          • incompatibility, maternal/fetal - P55.1
          • isoimmunization - P55.1
        • absence or deficiency of enzyme system for bilirubin conjugation (congenital) - P59.8
        • bleeding - P58.1
        • breast milk inhibitors to conjugation - P59.3
          • associated with preterm delivery - P59.0
        • bruising - P58.0
        • Crigler-Najjar syndrome - E80.5
        • delayed conjugation - P59.8
          • associated with preterm delivery - P59.0
        • drugs or toxins
          • given to newborn - P58.42
          • transmitted from mother - P58.41
        • excessive hemolysis - P58.9
          • due to
          • specified type NEC - P58.8
        • galactosemia - E74.21
        • Gilbert syndrome - E80.4
        • hemolytic disease - P55.9
          • ABO isoimmunization - P55.1
          • Rh isoimmunization - P55.0
          • specified NEC - P55.8
        • hepatocellular damage - P59.20
        • hereditary hemolytic anemia - P58.8
        • hypothyroidism, congenital - E03.1
        • incompatibility, maternal/fetal NOS - P55.9
        • infection - P58.2
        • inspissated bile syndrome - P59.1
        • isoimmunization NOS - P55.9
        • mucoviscidosis - E84.9
        • polycythemia - P58.3
        • preterm delivery - P59.0
        • Rh
          • antibodies - P55.0
          • incompatibility, maternal/fetal - P55.0
          • isoimmunization - P55.0
        • specified cause NEC - P59.8
        • swallowed maternal blood - P58.5
      • spherocytosis (congenital) - D58.0
    • neonatal — see Jaundice, newborn
    • nonhemolytic congenital familial (Gilbert) - E80.4
    • nuclear, newborn - P57.9See also Kernicterus of newborn
    • obstructive - K83.1See also Obstruction, bile duct
    • post-immunization — see Hepatitis, viral, type, B
    • post-transfusion — see Hepatitis, viral, type, B
    • regurgitation - K83.1See also Obstruction, bile duct
    • serum (homologous) (prophylactic) (therapeutic) — see Hepatitis, viral, type, B
    • spirochetal (hemorrhagic) - A27.0
    • symptomatic - R17
  • Jaw

    see condition
  • Jaw-winking phenomenon or syndrome

    - Q07.8
  • Jealousy

  • Jejunitis

    see Enteritis
  • Jejunostomy status

    - Z93.4
  • Jejunum, jejunal

    see condition
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