ICD-10 Code
International Classification of Diseases, 10th Revision
Mar 25, 2017

ICD 10 Index to diseases & injuries - “P”

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“P”Pachyderma, pachydermia to Palmar

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  • Pachyderma, pachydermia

    - L85.9
    • larynx (verrucosa) - J38.7
  • Pachydermatocele (congenital)

    - Q82.8
  • Pachydermoperiostosis

    See also Osteoarthropathy, hypertrophic, specified type NEC
  • Pachygyria

    - Q04.3
  • Pachymeningitis (adhesive) (basal) (brain) (cervical) (chronic)(circumscribed) (external) (fibrous) (hemorrhagic) (hypertrophic) (internal) (purulent) (spinal) (suppurative)

    see Meningitis
  • Pachyonychia (congenital)

    - Q84.5
  • Pacinian tumor

    see Neoplasm, skin, benign
  • Pad, knuckle or Garrod's

    - M72.1
  • Paget-Schroetter syndrome

    - I82.890
  • Paget's disease

    • with infiltrating duct carcinoma — see Neoplasm, breast, malignant
    • bone - M88.9
    • breast (female) - C50.01
    • extramammary — See also Neoplasm, skin, malignant
    • intraductal carcinoma — see Neoplasm, breast, malignant
    • malignant — see Neoplasm, skin, malignant
    • mammary — see Paget's disease, breast
    • nipple — see Paget's disease, breast
    • osteitis deformans — see Paget's disease, bone
  • Pain (s)

    - R52See also Painful
    • abdominal - R10.9
      • colic - R10.83
      • generalized - R10.84
        • with acute abdomen - R10.0
      • lower - R10.30
      • rebound — see Tenderness, abdominal, rebound
      • severe with abdominal rigidity - R10.0
      • tenderness — see Tenderness, abdominal
      • upper - R10.10
    • acute - R52
      • due to trauma - G89.11
      • neoplasm related - G89.3
      • postprocedural NEC - G89.18
      • post-thoracotomy - G89.12
      • specified by site - code to Pain, by site
    • adnexa (uteri) - R10.2
    • anginoid — see Pain, precordial
    • anus - K62.89
    • arm — see Pain, limb, upper
    • axillary (axilla) - M79.62
    • back (postural) - M54.9
    • bladder - R39.89
      • associated with micturition — see Micturition, painful
      • chronic - R39.82
    • bone — see Disorder, bone, specified type NEC
    • breast - N64.4
    • broad ligament - R10.2
    • cancer associated (acute) (chronic) - G89.3
    • cecum — see Pain, abdominal
    • cervicobrachial - M53.1
    • chest (central) - R07.9
    • chronic - G89.29
      • associated with significant psychosocial dysfunction - G89.4
      • due to trauma - G89.21
      • neoplasm related - G89.3
      • postoperative NEC - G89.28
      • postprocedural NEC - G89.28
      • post-thoracotomy - G89.22
      • specified NEC - G89.29
    • coccyx - M53.3
    • colon — see Pain, abdominal
    • coronary — see Angina
    • costochondral - R07.1
    • diaphragm - R07.1
    • due to cancer - G89.3
    • due to device, implant or graft - T85.848See also Complications, by site and type, specified NEC
    • due to malignancy (primary) (secondary) - G89.3
    • ear
    • epigastric, epigastrium - R10.13
    • eye — see Pain, ocular
    • face, facial - R51
    • female genital organs NEC - N94.89
    • finger — see Pain, limb, upper
    • flank — see Pain, abdominal
    • foot — see Pain, limb, lower
    • gallbladder - K82.9
    • gas (intestinal) - R14.1
    • gastric — see Pain, abdominal
    • generalized NOS - R52
    • genital organ
    • groin — see Pain, abdominal, lower
    • hand — see Pain, limb, upper
    • head — see Headache
    • heart — see Pain, precordial
    • infra-orbital — see Neuralgia, trigeminal
    • intercostal - R07.82
    • intermenstrual - N94.0
    • jaw - R68.84
    • joint - M25.50
    • kidney - N23
    • laryngeal - R07.0
    • leg — see Pain, limb, lower
    • limb - M79.609
    • loin - M54.5
    • low back - M54.5
    • lumbar region - M54.5
    • mandibular - R68.84
    • mastoid
    • maxilla - R68.84
    • menstrual - N94.6See also Dysmenorrhea
    • metacarpophalangeal (joint) — see Pain, joint, hand
    • metatarsophalangeal (joint) — see Pain, joint, foot
    • mouth - K13.79
    • muscle — see Myalgia
    • musculoskeletal - M79.1See also Pain, by site
    • myofascial - M79.1
    • nasal - J34.89
    • nasopharynx - J39.2
    • neck NEC - M54.2
    • nerve NEC — see Neuralgia
    • neuromuscular — see Neuralgia
    • nose - J34.89
    • ocular - H57.1
    • ophthalmic — see Pain, ocular
    • orbital region — see Pain, ocular
    • ovary - N94.89
    • over heart — see Pain, precordial
    • ovulation - N94.0
    • pelvic (female) - R10.2
    • penis - N48.89
    • pericardial — see Pain, precordial
    • perineal, perineum - R10.2
    • pharynx - J39.2
    • pleura, pleural, pleuritic - R07.81
    • postoperative NOS - G89.18
    • postprocedural NOS - G89.18
    • post-thoracotomy - G89.12
    • precordial (region) - R07.2
    • premenstrual - N94.3
    • psychogenic (persistent) (any site) - F45.41
    • radicular (spinal) — see Radiculopathy
    • rectum - K62.89
    • respiration - R07.1
    • retrosternal - R07.2
    • rheumatoid, muscular — see Myalgia
    • rib - R07.81
    • root (spinal) — see Radiculopathy
    • round ligament (stretch) - R10.2
    • sacroiliac - M53.3
    • sciatic — see Sciatica
    • scrotum - N50.82
    • seminal vesicle - N50.89
    • shoulder - M25.51
    • spermatic cord - N50.89
    • spinal root — see Radiculopathy
    • spine - M54.9
    • stomach — see Pain, abdominal
    • substernal - R07.2
    • temporomandibular (joint) - M26.62
    • testis - N50.81
    • thoracic spine - M54.6
      • with radicular and visceral pain - M54.14
    • throat - R07.0
    • tibia — see Pain, limb, lower
    • toe — see Pain, limb, lower
    • tongue - K14.6
    • tooth - K08.89
    • trigeminal — see Neuralgia, trigeminal
    • tumor associated - G89.3
    • ureter - N23
    • urinary (organ) (system) - N23
    • uterus NEC - N94.89
    • vagina - R10.2
    • vertebrogenic (syndrome) - M54.89
    • vesical - R39.89
      • associated with micturition — see Micturition, painful
    • vulva - R10.2
  • Painful

    See also Pain
    • coitus
    • ejaculation (semen) - N53.12
    • erection — see Priapism
    • feet syndrome - E53.8
    • joint replacement (hip) (knee) - T84.84
    • menstruation — see Dysmenorrhea
    • micturition — see Micturition, painful
    • respiration - R07.1
    • scar NEC - L90.5
    • wire sutures - T81.89
  • Painter's colic

  • Palate

    see condition
  • Palatoplegia

    - K13.79
  • Palatoschisis

    see Cleft, palate
  • Palilalia

    - R48.8
  • Palliative care

    - Z51.5
  • Pallor

    - R23.1
    • optic disc, temporal — see Atrophy, optic
  • Palmar

    See also condition
    • fascia — see condition
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