ICD-10 Code
International Classification of Diseases, 10th Revision
Feb 19, 2017

ICD 10 Index to diseases & injuries - “U”

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“U”Uhl's anomaly or disease to Underdevelopment

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  • Uhl's anomaly or disease

    - Q24.8
  • Ulcer, ulcerated, ulcerating, ulceration, ulcerative

    • alveolar process - M27.3
    • amebic (intestine) - A06.1
    • anastomotic — see Ulcer, gastrojejunal
    • anorectal - K62.6
    • antral — see Ulcer, stomach
    • anus (sphincter) (solitary) - K62.6
    • aorta — see Aneurysm
    • aphthous (oral) (recurrent) - K12.0
    • artery - I77.2
    • atrophic — see Ulcer, skin
      • decubitus — see Ulcer, pressure, by site
    • back - L98.429
    • Barrett's (esophagus) - K22.10
    • bile duct (common) (hepatic) - K83.8
    • bladder NEC (solitary) (sphincter) - N32.89
      • bilharzial - B65.9
      • in schistosomiasis (bilharzial) - B65.9
      • submucosal — see Cystitis, interstitial
      • tuberculous - A18.12
    • bleeding - K27.4
    • bone — see Osteomyelitis, specified type NEC
    • bowel — see Ulcer, intestine
    • breast - N61.1
    • bronchus - J98.09
    • buccal (cavity) (traumatic) - K12.1
    • Buruli - A31.1
    • buttock - L98.419
    • cancerous — see Neoplasm, malignant, by site
    • cardia - K22.10
    • cardioesophageal (peptic) - K22.10
    • cecum — see Ulcer, intestine
    • cervix (uteri) (decubitus) (trophic) - N86
      • with cervicitis - N72
    • chancroidal - A57
    • chiclero - B55.1
    • chronic (cause unknown) — see Ulcer, skin
    • Cochin-China - B55.1
    • colon — see Ulcer, intestine
    • conjunctiva - H10.89
    • cornea - H16.00
    • corpus cavernosum (chronic) - N48.5
    • crural — see Ulcer, lower limb
    • Curling's — see Ulcer, peptic, acute
    • Cushing's — see Ulcer, peptic, acute
    • cystic duct - K82.8
    • cystitis (interstitial) — see Cystitis, interstitial
    • decubitus — see Ulcer, pressure, by site
    • dendritic, cornea (herpes simplex) - B00.52
    • diabetes, diabetic — see Diabetes, ulcer
    • Dieulafoy's - K25.0
    • due to
      • infection NEC — see Ulcer, skin
      • radiation NEC - L59.8
      • trophic disturbance (any region) — see Ulcer, skin
      • X-ray - L58.1
    • duodenum, duodenal (eroded) (peptic) - K26.9
    • dysenteric - A09
    • elusive — see Cystitis, interstitial
    • endocarditis (acute) (chronic) (subacute) - I28.8
    • epiglottis - J38.7
    • esophagus (peptic) - K22.10
    • eyelid (region) - H01.8
    • fauces - J39.2
    • Fenwick (-Hunner) (solitary) — see Cystitis, interstitial
    • fistulous — see Ulcer, skin
    • foot (indolent) (trophic) — see Ulcer, lower limb
    • frambesial, initial - A66.0
    • frenum (tongue) - K14.0
    • gallbladder or duct - K82.8
    • gangrenous — see Gangrene
    • gastric — see Ulcer, stomach
    • gastrocolic — see Ulcer, gastrojejunal
    • gastroduodenal — see Ulcer, peptic
    • gastroesophageal — see Ulcer, stomach
    • gastrointestinal — see Ulcer, gastrojejunal
    • gastrojejunal (peptic) - K28.9
    • gastrojejunocolic — see Ulcer, gastrojejunal
    • gingiva - K06.8
    • gingivitis - K05.10
    • glottis - J38.7
    • granuloma of pudenda - A58
    • gum - K06.8
    • gumma, due to yaws - A66.4
    • heel — see Ulcer, lower limb
    • hemorrhoid - K64.8See also Hemorrhoids, by degree
    • Hunner's — see Cystitis, interstitial
    • hypopharynx - J39.2
    • hypopyon (chronic) (subacute) — see Ulcer, cornea, with hypopyon
    • hypostaticum — see Ulcer, varicose
    • ileum — see Ulcer, intestine
    • intestine, intestinal - K63.3
      • with perforation - K63.1
      • amebic - A06.1
      • duodenal — see Ulcer, duodenum
      • granulocytopenic (with hemorrhage) — see Neutropenia
      • marginal — see Ulcer, gastrojejunal
      • perforating - K63.1
      • primary, small intestine - K63.3
      • rectum - K62.6
      • stercoraceous, stercoral - K63.3
      • tuberculous - A18.32
      • typhoid (fever) — see Typhoid
      • varicose - I86.8
    • jejunum, jejunal — see Ulcer, gastrojejunal
    • keratitis — see Ulcer, cornea
    • knee — see Ulcer, lower limb
    • labium (majus) (minus) - N76.6
    • laryngitis — see Laryngitis
    • larynx (aphthous) (contact) - J38.7
    • leg — see Ulcer, lower limb
    • lip - K13.0
    • Lipschütz's - N76.6
    • lower limb (atrophic) (chronic) (neurogenic) (perforating) (pyogenic) (trophic) (tropical) - L97.909
    • luetic — see Ulcer, syphilitic
    • lung - J98.4
      • tuberculous — see Tuberculosis, pulmonary
    • malignant — see Neoplasm, malignant, by site
    • marginal NEC — see Ulcer, gastrojejunal
    • meatus (urinarius) - N34.2
    • Meckel's diverticulum - Q43.0
      • malignant — see Table of Neoplasms, small intestine, malignant
    • Meleney's (chronic undermining) — see Ulcer, skin
    • Mooren's (cornea) — see Ulcer, cornea, Mooren's
    • mycobacterial (skin) - A31.1
    • nasopharynx - J39.2
    • neck, uterus - N86
    • neurogenic NEC — see Ulcer, skin
    • nose, nasal (passage) (infective) (septum) - J34.0
      • skin — see Ulcer, skin
      • spirochetal - A69.8
      • varicose (bleeding) - I86.8
    • oral mucosa (traumatic) - K12.1
    • palate (soft) - K12.1
    • penis (chronic) - N48.5
    • peptic (site unspecified) - K27.9
    • perforating - K27.5
      • skin — see Ulcer, skin
    • peritonsillar - J35.8
    • phagedenic (tropical) — see Ulcer, skin
    • pharynx - J39.2
    • phlebitis — see Phlebitis
    • plaster — see Ulcer, pressure, by site
    • popliteal space — see Ulcer, lower limb
    • postpyloric — see Ulcer, duodenum
    • prepuce - N47.7
    • prepyloric — see Ulcer, stomach
    • pressure (pressure area) - L89.9
    • primary of intestine - K63.3
      • with perforation - K63.1
    • prostate - N41.9
    • pyloric — see Ulcer, stomach
    • rectosigmoid - K63.3
      • with perforation - K63.1
    • rectum (sphincter) (solitary) - K62.6
      • stercoraceous, stercoral - K62.6
    • retina — see Inflammation, chorioretinal
    • rodent — See also Neoplasm, skin, malignant
    • sclera — see Scleritis
    • scrofulous (tuberculous) - A18.2
    • scrotum - N50.89
    • seminal vesicle - N50.89
    • sigmoid — see Ulcer, intestine
    • skin (atrophic) (chronic) (neurogenic) (non-healing) (perforating) (pyogenic) (trophic) (tropical) - L98.499
      • with gangrene — see Gangrene
      • amebic - A06.7
      • back — see Ulcer, back
      • buttock — see Ulcer, buttock
      • decubitus — see Ulcer, pressure
      • lower limb — see Ulcer, lower limb
      • mycobacterial - A31.1
      • specified site NEC - L98.499
      • tuberculous (primary) - A18.4
      • varicose — see Ulcer, varicose
    • sloughing — see Ulcer, skin
    • solitary, anus or rectum (sphincter) - K62.6
    • sore throat - J02.9
    • spermatic cord - N50.89
    • spine (tuberculous) - A18.01
    • stasis (venous) — see Varix, leg, with, ulcer
      • without varicose veins - I87.2
    • stercoraceous, stercoral - K63.3
    • stoma, stomal — see Ulcer, gastrojejunal
    • stomach (eroded) (peptic) (round) - K25.9
    • stomal — see Ulcer, gastrojejunal
    • stomatitis - K12.1
    • stress — see Ulcer, peptic
    • strumous (tuberculous) - A18.2
    • submucosal, bladder — see Cystitis, interstitial
    • syphilitic (any site) (early) (secondary) - A51.39
    • testis - N50.89
    • thigh — see Ulcer, lower limb
    • throat - J39.2
    • toe — see Ulcer, lower limb
    • tongue (traumatic) - K14.0
    • tonsil - J35.8
    • trachea - J39.8
    • trophic — see Ulcer, skin
    • tropical — see Ulcer, skin
    • tuberculous — see Tuberculosis, ulcer
    • tunica vaginalis - N50.89
    • turbinate - J34.89
    • typhoid (perforating) — see Typhoid
    • unspecified site — see Ulcer, skin
    • urethra (meatus) — see Urethritis
    • uterus - N85.8
      • cervix - N86
        • with cervicitis - N72
      • neck - N86
        • with cervicitis - N72
    • vagina - N76.5
    • valve, heart - I33.0
    • varicose (lower limb, any part) — See also Varix, leg, with, ulcer
      • broad ligament - I86.2
      • esophagus — see Varix, esophagus
      • inflamed or infected — see Varix, leg, with ulcer, with inflammation
      • nasal septum - I86.8
      • perineum - I86.3
      • scrotum - I86.1
      • specified site NEC - I86.8
      • sublingual - I86.0
      • vulva - I86.3
    • vas deferens - N50.89
    • vulva (acute) (infectional) - N76.6
      • in (due to)
        • Behçet's disease - M35.2
        • herpesviral infection (herpes simplex) - A60.04
        • tuberculosis - A18.18
    • vulvobuccal, recurring - N76.6
    • X-ray - L58.1
    • yaws - A66.4
  • Ulcerosa scarlatina

    - A38.8
  • Ulcus

    See also Ulcer
    • cutis tuberculosum - A18.4
    • duodeni — see Ulcer, duodenum
    • durum (syphilitic) - A51.0
    • gastrojejunale — see Ulcer, gastrojejunal
    • hypostaticum — see Ulcer, varicose
    • molle (cutis) (skin) - A57
    • serpens corneae — see Ulcer, cornea, central
    • ventriculi — see Ulcer, stomach
  • Ulegyria

    - Q04.8
  • Ulerythema

    • ophryogenes, congenital - Q84.2
    • sycosiforme - L73.8
  • Ullrich syndrome (-Bonnevie)(-Turner)

    - Q87.1See also Turner's syndrome
  • Ullrich-Feichtiger syndrome

    - Q87.0
  • Ulnar

    see condition
  • Ulorrhagia, ulorrhea

    - K06.8
  • Umbilicus, umbilical

    see condition
  • Unacceptable

  • Unavailability (of)

    • bed at medical facility - Z75.1
    • health service-related agencies - Z75.4
    • medical facilities (at) - Z75.3
      • due to
        • investigation by social service agency - Z75.2
        • lack of services at home - Z75.0
        • remoteness from facility - Z75.3
        • waiting list - Z75.1
      • home - Z75.0
      • outpatient clinic - Z75.3
    • schooling - Z55.1
    • social service agencies - Z75.4
  • Uncinaria americana infestation

    - B76.1
  • Uncinariasis

    - B76.9
  • Uncongenial work

    - Z56.5
  • Unconscious (ness)

    see Coma
  • Under observation

    see Observation
  • Underachievement in school

    - Z55.3
  • Underdevelopment

    See also Undeveloped
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