ICD-10 Code
International Classification of Diseases, 10th Revision
Aug 17, 2017
  ICD-10 Code for Late syphilitic oculopathy A52.71

A52.71 is a valid1 ICD 10 diagnosis code.

A52.71 is valid for submission for HIPAA-covered transactions.

Chapter 1 Certain infectious and parasitic diseases (A00-B99)
Section A50-A64 Infections with a predominantly sexual mode of transmission (A50-A64)
Category A52 Late syphilis

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Inclusion Term
  • Late syphilitic chorioretinitis
  • Late syphilitic episcleritis
See also ICD 10 code for

Related Terms to “Late syphilitic oculopathy”

  • ChorioretinitisSee also Inflammation, chorioretinal
  • Conjunctivitis NOS(staphylococcal) (streptococcal) - H10.9
    • in(due to)
      • syphilis(late) - A52.71
  • Dacryocystitis - H04.30
    • syphilitic - A52.71
  • Episcleritis(suppurative) - H15.10
    • in(due to)
      • syphilis - A52.71
    • syphilitic(late) - A52.71
  • Glaucoma - H40.9
    • syphilitic - A52.71
  • Gumma(syphilitic) - A52.79
    • ciliary body - A52.71
    • eyelid - A52.71
    • iris - A52.71
    • orbit - A52.71
  • Hemianopia, hemianopsia(heteronymous) - H53.47
    • syphilitic - A52.71
  • Hyalitis, hyalosis, asteroidSee also Deposit, crystalline
    • syphilitic(late) - A52.71
  • IritisSee also Iridocyclitis
  • Oculopathy
    • syphilitic NEC - A52.71
      • late - A52.71
  • RetinitisSee also Inflammation, chorioretinal
    • syphilitic(early) (secondary) - A51.43
      • central, recurrent - A52.71
      • late - A52.71
  • RetinochoroiditisSee also Inflammation, chorioretinal
    • disseminated — see Inflammation, chorioretinal, disseminated
      • syphilitic - A52.71
  • Scleritis - H15.00
    • syphilitic - A52.71
  • Syphilis, syphilitic(acquired) - A53.9
    • chorioretinitis - A51.43
      • late - A52.71
    • ciliary body(secondary) - A51.43
      • late - A52.71
    • conjunctiva(late) - A52.71
    • cornea, late - A52.71
    • dacryocystitis(late) - A52.71
    • episcleritis(late) - A52.71
    • eye - A52.71
    • eyelid(late) (with gumma) - A52.71
    • glaucoma - A52.71
    • hemianopsia - A52.71
    • hyalitis - A52.71
    • iris, iritis(secondary) - A51.43
      • late - A52.71
    • lacrimal passages(late) - A52.71
    • lens(late) - A52.71
    • oculopathy - A52.71
    • ophthalmic(late) - A52.71
    • orbit(late) - A52.71
    • ptosis(eyelid) - A52.71
    • retina, late - A52.71
    • sclera(late) - A52.71
    • scotoma(central) - A52.71
    • staphyloma - A52.71
    • uveal tract(secondary) - A51.43
      • late - A52.71
    • uveitis(secondary) - A51.43
      • late - A52.71
    • vitreous(opacities) (late) - A52.71
      • hemorrhage - A52.71
  • Tarsitis(eyelid) - H01.8
    • syphilitic - A52.71
  • Uveitis(anterior)See also Iridocyclitis
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