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

ICD 10 External Causes of Injuries - “K”

Browse the alphabetic listing of the ICD 10 external causes of injuries. Use the Search term option to locate the injury term and its corresponding ICD 10 diagnosis code.

“K”Kicked by to Knocked down NOS

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  • Kicked by

    • animal NEC - W55.82
    • person (s) (accidentally) - W50.1
      • with intent to injure or kill - Y04.0
      • as, or caused by, a crowd or human stampede (with fall) - W52
      • assault - Y04.0
      • homicide (attempt) - Y04.0
      • in
  • Kicking

    • against
      • object - W22.8
      • person — see Striking against, person
      • sports equipment - W21.9
    • carpet stretcher with knee - X50.3
  • Killed, killing NOS (accidentally)

    - X58See also Injury
    • in
      • action — see War operations
      • brawl, fight (hand) (fists) (foot) - Y04.0
        • by weapon — See also Assault
          • cutting, piercing — see Assault, cutting or piercing instrument
          • firearm — see Discharge, firearm, by type, homicide
    • self
      • stated as
        • accident NOS - X58
        • suicide — see Suicide
        • undetermined whether accidental or intentional - Y33
  • Kneeling (prolonged) (static)

    - X50.1
  • Knocked down NOS (accidentally) (by)

    - X58
    • animal NEC (not being ridden) — See also Struck by, by type of animal
    • crowd or human stampede - W52
    • person - W51
      • in brawl, fight - Y04.0
    • transport vehicle NEC - V09.9See also Accident, transport
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When ICD 10 was implemented on October 1, 2015, it did not affect physicians', outpatient facilities', and hospital outpatient departments' use of CPT codes on Medicare Fee-For-Service claims. Providers should continue to use CPT codes to report these services.