ICD-10 Code
International Classification of Diseases, 10th Revision
Jun 26, 2017

Browse procedures & terms starting with “T”

“T” Terms — Takedown to Tendolysis

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  • Takedown

  • Talent(R) Converter

    use Intraluminal Device
  • Talent(R) Occluder

    use Intraluminal Device
  • Talent(R) Stent Graft (abdominal)(thoracic)

    use Intraluminal Device
  • Talocalcaneal (subtalar) joint

    • use Tarsal Joint, Right
    • use Tarsal Joint, Left
  • Talocalcaneal ligament

    • use Foot Bursa and Ligament, Right
    • use Foot Bursa and Ligament, Left
  • Talocalcaneonavicular joint

    • use Tarsal Joint, Right
    • use Tarsal Joint, Left
  • Talocalcaneonavicular ligament

    • use Foot Bursa and Ligament, Right
    • use Foot Bursa and Ligament, Left
  • Talocrural joint

    • use Ankle Joint, Right
    • use Ankle Joint, Left
  • Talofibular ligament

    • use Ankle Bursa and Ligament, Right
    • use Ankle Bursa and Ligament, Left
  • Talus bone

    • use Tarsal, Right
    • use Tarsal, Left
  • TandemHeart(R) System

    use External Heart Assist System in Heart and Great Vessels
  • Tarsectomy

  • Tarsometatarsal joint

    • use Metatarsal-Tarsal Joint, Right
    • use Metatarsal-Tarsal Joint, Left
  • Tarsometatarsal ligament

    • use Foot Bursa and Ligament, Right
    • use Foot Bursa and Ligament, Left
  • Tarsorrhaphy

    see Repair, Eye 08Q
  • Tattooing

  • TAXUS(R) Liberte(R) Paclitaxel-eluting Coronary Stent System

    use Intraluminal Device, Drug-eluting in Heart and Great Vessels
  • TBNA (transbronchial needle aspiration)

    see Drainage, Respiratory System 0B9
  • Telemetry

  • Temperature gradient study

    4A0ZXKZ
  • Temporal lobe

    use Cerebral Hemisphere
  • Temporalis muscle

    use Head Muscle
  • Temporoparietalis muscle

    use Head Muscle
  • Tendolysis

    see Release, Tendons 0LN
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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.