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Search for Endocarditis

  • Endocarditis

    (chronic) (marantic) (nonbacterial) (thrombotic) (valvular) I38
    • with rheumatic fever (conditions in I00)
    • acute or subacute I33.9
      • infective I33.0
      • rheumatic (aortic) (mitral) (pulmonary) (tricuspid) I01.1
        • with chorea (acute) (rheumatic) (Sydenham's) I02.0
    • aortic (heart) (nonrheumatic) (valve) I35.8
      • with
      • acute or subacute I33.9
      • arteriosclerotic I35.8
      • rheumatic I06.9
        • with mitral disease I08.0
          • with tricuspid disease (valve) I08.3
          • active or acute I01.1
            • with chorea (acute) (rheumatic) (Sydenham's) I02.0
        • active or acute I01.1
          • with chorea (acute) (rheumatic) (Sydenham's) I02.0
        • specified NEC I06.8
      • specified cause NEC I35.8
      • syphilitic A52.03
    • arteriosclerotic I38
    • atypical verrucous (Libman-Sacks) M32.11
    • bacterial (acute) (any valve) (subacute) I33.0
    • candidal B37.6
    • congenital Q24.8
    • constrictive I33.0
    • Coxiella burnetii A78
    • Coxsackie B33.21
    • due to
    • gonococcal A54.83
    • infectious or infective (acute) (any valve) (subacute) I33.0
    • lenta (acute) (any valve) (subacute) I33.0
    • Libman-Sacks M32.11
    • listerial A32.82
    • Löffler's I42.3
    • malignant (acute) (any valve) (subacute) I33.0
    • meningococcal A39.51
    • mitral (chronic) (double) (fibroid) (heart) (inactive) (valve) (with chorea) I05.9
    • monilial B37.6
    • multiple valves I08.9
      • specified disorders I08.8
    • mycotic (acute) (any valve) (subacute) I33.0
    • pneumococcal (acute) (any valve) (subacute) I33.0
    • pulmonary (chronic) (heart) (valve) I37.8
      • with rheumatic fever (conditions in I00)
      • acute or subacute I33.9
        • rheumatic I01.1
          • with chorea (acute) (rheumatic) (Sydenham's) I02.0
      • arteriosclerotic I37.8
      • congenital Q22.2
      • rheumatic (chronic) (inactive) (with chorea) I09.89
        • active or acute I01.1
          • with chorea (acute) (rheumatic) (Sydenham's) I02.0
      • syphilitic A52.03
    • purulent (acute) (any valve) (subacute) I33.0
    • Q fever A78
    • rheumatic (chronic) (inactive) (with chorea) I09.1
      • active or acute (aortic) (mitral) (pulmonary) (tricuspid) I01.1
        • with chorea (acute) (rheumatic) (Sydenham's) I02.0
    • rheumatoid see Rheumatoid, carditis
    • septic (acute) (any valve) (subacute) I33.0
    • streptococcal (acute) (any valve) (subacute) I33.0
    • subacute see Endocarditis, acute
    • suppurative (acute) (any valve) (subacute) I33.0
    • syphilitic A52.03
    • toxic I33.9
    • tricuspid (chronic) (heart) (inactive) (rheumatic) (valve) (with chorea) I07.9
    • tuberculous see Tuberculosis, endocarditis
    • typhoid A01.02
    • ulcerative (acute) (any valve) (subacute) I33.0
    • vegetative (acute) (any valve) (subacute) I33.0
    • verrucous (atypical) (nonbacterial) (nonrheumatic) M32.11

ICD-10 Code Lookup

Find the disease or condition using the Alphabetic Index displayed on this page. Select the associated ICD-10 code to view any special notations from the Tabular List.

In addition to the notes in the Tabular List, these conditions also have a specific Alphabetic Index entry structure. In the Alphabetic Index both conditions are listed together with the etiology code first followed by the manifestation codes in brackets. The code in brackets is always to be sequenced second.

Abbreviations used here:

NEC “Not elsewhere classifiable”
This abbreviation in the Alphabetic Index represents “other specified.” When a specific code is not available for a condition, the Alphabetic Index directs the coder to the “other specified” code in the Tabular List.

NOS “Not otherwise specified”
This abbreviation is the equivalent of unspecified.