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

ICD-10 Table of Neoplasms (2017)

The table below gives the code numbers for neoplasms by anatomical site. For each site there are 6 possible code numbers according to whether the neoplasm in question is malignant, benign, in situ, of uncertain behavior, or of unspecified nature. The description of the neoplasm will often indicate which of the 6 columns is appropriate; e.g., malignant melanoma of skin, benign fibroadenoma of breast, carcinoma in situ of cervix uteri.

Where such descriptors are not present, the remainder of the Index should be consulted where guidance is given to the appropriate column for each morphological (histological) variety listed; e.g., Mesonephroma - see Neoplasm, malignant; Embryoma - see also Neoplasm, uncertain behavior; Disease, Bowen's - see Neoplasm, skin, in situ. However, the guidance in the Index can be overridden if one of the descriptors mentioned above is present; e.g., malignant adenoma of colon is coded to C18.9 and not to D12.6 as the adjective "malignant" overrides the index entry "Adenoma - see also Neoplasm, benign."

“conus medullaris” to “cornea”

Name Malignant Primary Malignant Secondary Ca in situ Benign Uncertain Behavior Unspecified Behavior
– – orbit C69.6- C79.49 D09.2- D31.6- D48.1 D49.89
– – overlapping lesion C49.8 - - - - -
– – pararectal C49.5 C79.89 - D21.5 D48.1 D49.2
– – para-urethral C49.5 C79.89 - D21.5 D48.1 D49.2
– – paravaginal C49.5 C79.89 - D21.5 D48.1 D49.2
– – pelvis (floor) C49.5 C79.89 - D21.5 D48.1 D49.2
– – pelvo-abdominal C49.8 C79.89 - D21.6 D48.1 D49.2
– – perineum C49.5 C79.89 - D21.5 D48.1 D49.2
– – perirectal (tissue) C49.5 C79.89 - D21.5 D48.1 D49.2
– – periurethral (tissue) C49.5 C79.89 - D21.5 D48.1 D49.2
– – popliteal fossa or space C49.2- C79.89 - D21.2- D48.1 D49.2
– – presacral C49.5 C79.89 - D21.5 D48.1 D49.2
– – psoas muscle C49.4 C79.89 - D21.4 D48.1 D49.2
– – pterygoid fossa C49.0 C79.89 - D21.0 D48.1 D49.2
– – rectovaginal septum or wall C49.5 C79.89 - D21.5 D48.1 D49.2
– – rectovesical C49.5 C79.89 - D21.5 D48.1 D49.2
– – retroperitoneum C48.0 C78.6 - D20.0 D48.3 D49.0
– – sacrococcygeal region C49.5 C79.89 - D21.5 D48.1 D49.2
– – scalp C49.0 C79.89 - D21.0 D48.1 D49.2
– – scapular region C49.3 C79.89 - D21.3 D48.1 D49.2
– – shoulder C49.1- C79.89 - D21.1- D48.1 D49.2
– – skin (dermis) — see also Neoplasm, skin, by site C44.90 C79.2 D04.9 D23.9 D48.5 D49.2
– – stomach C49.4 C79.89 - D21.4 D48.1 D49.2
– – submental C49.0 C79.89 - D21.0 D48.1 D49.2
– – supraclavicular region C49.0 C79.89 - D21.0 D48.1 D49.2
– – temple C49.0 C79.89 - D21.0 D48.1 D49.2
– – temporal region C49.0 C79.89 - D21.0 D48.1 D49.2
– – thigh C49.2- C79.89 - D21.2- D48.1 D49.2
– – thoracic (duct) (wall) C49.3 C79.89 - D21.3 D48.1 D49.2
– – thorax C49.3 C79.89 - D21.3 D48.1 D49.2
– – thumb C49.1- C79.89 - D21.1- D48.1 D49.2
– – toe C49.2- C79.89 - D21.2- D48.1 D49.2
– – trunk C49.6 C79.89 - D21.6 D48.1 D49.2
– – umbilicus C49.4 C79.89 - D21.4 D48.1 D49.2
– – vesicorectal C49.5 C79.89 - D21.5 D48.1 D49.2
– – wrist C49.1- C79.89 - D21.1- D48.1 D49.2
conus medullaris C72.0 C79.49 - D33.4 D43.4 D49.7
cord (true) (vocal) C32.0 C78.39 D02.0 D14.1 D38.0 D49.1
– – false C32.1 C78.39 D02.0 D14.1 D38.0 D49.1
– – spermatic C63.1- C79.82 D07.69 D29.8 D40.8 D49.59
– – spinal (cervical) (lumbar) (thoracic) C72.0 C79.49 - D33.4 D43.4 D49.7
cornea (limbus) C69.1- C79.49 D09.2- D31.1- D48.7 D49.89
– – albicans C56.- C79.6- D07.39 D27.- D39.1- D49.59
– – callosum, brain C71.0 C79.31 - D33.2 D43.2 D49.6
– – cavernosum C60.2 C79.82 D07.4 D29.0 D40.8 D49.59
– – gastric C16.2 C78.89 D00.2 D13.1 D37.1 D49.0
– – overlapping sites C54.8 - - - - -
– – penis C60.2 C79.82 D07.4 D29.0 D40.8 D49.59
– – striatum, cerebrum C71.0 C79.31 - D33.0 D43.0 D49.6
– – uteri C54.9 C79.82 D07.0 D26.1 D39.0 D49.59
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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.