ICD-10 Code
International Classification of Diseases, 10th Revision
Aug 17, 2017
  ICD-10 Code for Gonococcal infection of lower genitourinary tract with periurethral & accessory gland abscess A54.1

A54.1 is a valid1 ICD 10 diagnosis code.

A54.1 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 A54 Gonococcal infection

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Inclusion Term
  • Gonococcal Bartholin's gland abscess
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Related Terms to “Gonococcal infection of lower genitourinary tract with periurethral and accessory gland abscess”

  • Abscess(connective tissue) (embolic) (fistulous) (infective) (metastatic) (multiple) (pernicious) (pyogenic) (septic) - L02.91
  • Bartholinitis(suppurating) - N75.8
    • gonococcal(acute) (chronic) (with abscess) - A54.1
  • Gonococcus, gonococcal(disease) (infection) - A54.9See also condition
    • genitourinary(organ) (system) (tract) (acute)
      • lower - A54.00
        • with abscess(accessory gland) (periurethral) - A54.1
    • urethra(acute) (chronic) - A54.01
      • with abscess(accessory gland) (periurethral) - A54.1
  • Gonorrhea(acute) (chronic) - A54.9
  • ParaurethritisSee also Urethritis
    • gonococcal(acute) (chronic) (with abscess) - A54.1
  • Urethritis(anterior) (posterior) - N34.2
  • Vaginitis(acute) (circumscribed) (diffuse) (emphysematous) (nonvenereal) (ulcerative) - N76.0
  • Vulvitis(acute) (allergic) (atrophic) (hypertrophic) (intertriginous) (senile) - N76.2
See the 2017 ICD-10-CM Coding Guidelines.

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