ICD-10 Code
International Classification of Diseases, 10th Revision
Oct 19, 2017

ICD 10 Index to diseases & injuries - “F”

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“F”Faber's syndrome to Farmer's

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  • Faber's syndrome (achlorhydric anemia)

    - D50.9
  • Fabry disease (-Anderson)

    - E75.21
  • Faciocephalalgia, autonomic

    - G90.09See also Neuropathy, peripheral, autonomic
  • Factor (s)

    • psychic, associated with diseases classified elsewhere - F54
    • psychological
      • affecting physical conditions - F54
      • or behavioral
        • affecting general medical condition - F54
        • associated with disorders or diseases classified elsewhere - F54
  • Fahr disease (of brain)

    - G23.8
  • Fahr Volhard disease (of kidney)

  • Failure, failed

    • abortion — see Abortion, attempted
    • aortic (valve) - I35.8
    • attempted abortion — see Abortion, attempted
    • biventricular - I50.82
      • due to left heart failure - I50.814
    • bone marrow — see Anemia, aplastic
    • cardiac — see Failure, heart
    • cardiorenal (chronic) - I50.9See also Failure, renal, and Failure, heart
    • cardiorespiratory - R09.2See also Failure, heart
    • cardiovascular (chronic) — see Failure, heart
    • cerebrovascular - I67.9
    • cervical dilatation in labor - O62.0
    • circulation, circulatory (peripheral) - R57.9
    • compensation — see Disease, heart
    • compliance with medical treatment or regimen — see Noncompliance
    • congestive — see Failure, heart, congestive
    • dental implant (endosseous) - M27.69
      • due to
        • failure of dental prosthesis - M27.63
        • lack of attached gingiva - M27.62
        • occlusal trauma (poor prosthetic design) - M27.62
        • parafunctional habits - M27.62
        • periodontal infection (peri-implantitis) - M27.62
        • poor oral hygiene - M27.62
      • osseointegration - M27.61
        • due to
          • complications of systemic disease - M27.61
          • poor bone quality - M27.61
        • iatrogenic - M27.61
      • post-osseointegration
      • pre-integration - M27.61
      • pre-osseointegration - M27.61
      • specified NEC - M27.69
    • descent of head (at term) of pregnancy (mother) - O32.4
    • endosseous dental implant — see Failure, dental implant
    • engagement of head (term of pregnancy) (mother) - O32.4
    • erection (penile) - N52.9See also Dysfunction, sexual, male, erectile
    • examination, anxiety concerning (s) - Z55.2
    • expansion terminal respiratory units (newborn) (primary) - P28.0
    • forceps NOS (with subsequent cesarean delivery) - O66.5
    • gain weight (child over 28 days old) - R62.51
    • genital response (male) - F52.21
    • heart (acute) (senile) (sudden) - I50.9
      • with
        • acute pulmonary edema — see Failure, ventricular, left
        • decompensation - I50.9See also Failure, heart, by type as diastolic or systolic, acute and chronic
        • dilatation — see Disease, heart
        • normal ejection fraction — see Failure, heart, diastolic
        • preserved ejection fraction — see Failure, heart, diastolic
        • reduced ejection fraction — see Failure, heart, systolic
      • arteriosclerotic - I70.90
      • biventricular - I50.82
        • due to left heart failure - I50.814
      • combined left-right sided - I50.82
        • due to left heart failure - I50.814
      • compensated - I50.9See also Failure, heart, by type as diastolic or systolic, chronic
      • complicating
        • anesthesia or other sedation (general) (local)
          • in labor and delivery - O74.2
          • in pregnancy - O29.12
          • postpartum, puerperal - O89.1
        • delivery (cesarean) (instrumental) - O75.4
      • congestive - I50.9
        • with rheumatic fever (conditions in I00)
          • active - I01.8
          • inactive or quiescent (with chorea) - I09.81
        • newborn - P29.0
        • rheumatic (chronic) (inactive) (with chorea) - I09.81
      • decompensated - I50.9See also Failure, heart, by type as diastolic or systolic, acute and chronic
      • degenerative — see Degeneration, myocardial
      • diastolic (congestive) (left ventricular) - I50.30
        • acute (congestive) - I50.31
          • and (on) chronic (congestive) - I50.33
        • chronic (congestive) - I50.32
          • and (on) acute (congestive) - I50.33
        • combined with systolic (congestive) - I50.40
          • acute (congestive) - I50.41
            • and (on) chronic (congestive) - I50.43
          • chronic (congestive) - I50.42
            • and (on) acute (congestive) - I50.43
      • due to presence of cardiac prosthesis - I97.13
      • end stage - I50.84See also Failure, heart, by type as diastolic or systolic, chronic
      • following cardiac surgery - I97.13
      • high output NOS - I50.83
      • hypertensive — see Hypertension, heart
      • left (ventricular) — See also Failure, ventricular, left
        • combined diastolic and systolic — see Failure, heart, diastolic, combined with systolic
        • diastolic — see Failure, heart, diastolic
        • systolic — see Failure, heart, systolic
      • low output NOS (syndrome) - I50.9
      • newborn - P29.0
      • organic — see Disease, heart
      • peripartum - O90.3
      • postprocedural - I97.13
      • rheumatic (chronic) (inactive) - I09.9
      • right (isolated) (ventricular) - I50.810
      • specified NEC - I50.89
    • Note: heart failure stages A, B, C, and D are based on the American College of Cardiology and American Heart Association stages of heart failure, which complement and should not be confused with the New York Heart Association Classification of Heart Failu
      • stage A - Z91.89
      • stage B - I50.9See also Failure, heart, by type as diastolic or systolic
      • stage C - I50.9See also Failure, heart, by type as diastolic or systolic
      • stage D - I50.84See also Failure, heart, by type as diastolic or systolic, chronic
      • systolic (congestive) (left ventricular) - I50.20
        • acute (congestive) - I50.21
          • and (on) chronic (congestive) - I50.23
        • chronic (congestive) - I50.22
          • and (on) acute (congestive) - I50.23
        • combined with diastolic (congestive) - I50.40
          • acute (congestive) - I50.41
            • and (on) chronic (congestive) - I50.43
          • chronic (congestive) - I50.42
            • and (on) acute (congestive) - I50.43
      • thyrotoxic - E05.90See also Thyrotoxicosis
        • with
          • high output - I50.83See also Thyrotoxicosis
          • thyroid storm - E05.91
            • high output - I50.83See also Thyrotoxicosis
      • valvular — see Endocarditis
    • hepatic - K72.90
    • hepatorenal - K76.7
    • induction (of labor) - O61.9
      • abortion — see Abortion, attempted
      • by
      • instrumental - O61.1
      • mechanical - O61.1
      • medical - O61.0
      • specified NEC - O61.8
      • surgical - O61.1
    • intubation during anesthesia - T88.4
      • in pregnancy - O29.6
      • labor and delivery - O74.7
      • postpartum, puerperal - O89.6
    • involution, thymus (gland) - E32.0
    • kidney - N19See also Disease, kidney, chronic
      • acute - N17.9See also Failure, renal, acute
      • diabetic — see E08-E13 with .22
    • lactation (complete) - O92.3
    • Leydig's cell, adult - E29.1
    • liver — see Failure, hepatic
    • menstruation at puberty - N91.0
    • mitral - I05.8
    • myocardial, myocardium - I50.9See also Failure, heart
      • chronic - I50.9See also Failure, heart, congestive
      • congestive - I50.9See also Failure, heart, congestive
    • orgasm (female) (psychogenic) - F52.31
    • ovarian (primary) - E28.39
    • ovulation causing infertility - N97.0
    • polyglandular, autoimmune - E31.0
    • prosthetic joint implant — see Complications, joint prosthesis, mechanical, breakdown, by site
    • renal - N19
      • with
        • tubular necrosis (acute) - N17.0
      • acute - N17.9
        • with
          • cortical necrosis - N17.1
          • medullary necrosis - N17.2
          • tubular necrosis - N17.0
        • specified NEC - N17.8
      • chronic - N18.9
        • hypertensive — see Hypertension, kidney
      • congenital - P96.0
      • end stage (chronic) - N18.6
        • due to hypertension - I12.0
      • following
        • abortion — see Abortion by type complicated by specified condition NEC
        • crushing - T79.5
        • ectopic or molar pregnancy - O08.4
        • labor and delivery (acute) - O90.4
      • hypertensive — see Hypertension, kidney
      • postprocedural - N99.0
    • respiration, respiratory - J96.90
    • rotation
    • sedation during procedure (conscious) (moderate) - T88.52
    • segmentation — See also Fusion
      • fingers — see Syndactylism, complex, fingers
      • vertebra - Q76.49
    • seminiferous tubule, adult - E29.1
    • senile (general) - R54
    • sexual arousal (male) - F52.21
    • testicular endocrine function - E29.1
    • to thrive (child over 28 days old) - R62.51
    • transplant - T86.92
    • trial of labor (with subsequent cesarean delivery) - O66.40
      • following previous cesarean delivery - O66.41
    • tubal ligation - N99.89
    • urinary — see Disease, kidney, chronic
    • vacuum extraction NOS (with subsequent cesarean delivery) - O66.5
    • vasectomy - N99.89
    • ventouse NOS (with subsequent cesarean delivery) - O66.5
    • ventricular - I50.9See also Failure, heart
      • left - I50.1See also Failure, heart, left
        • with rheumatic fever (conditions in I00)
          • active - I01.8
          • inactive or quiescent (with chorea) - I09.81
        • rheumatic (chronic) (inactive) (with chorea) - I09.81
      • right — see Failure, heart, right
    • vital centers, newborn - P91.88
  • Fainting (fit)

    - R55
  • Fallen arches

    see Deformity, limb, flat foot
  • Falling, falls (repeated)

    - R29.6
    • any organ or part — see Prolapse
  • Fallopian

    • insufflation - Z31.41
    • tube — see condition
  • Fallot's

  • False

    See also condition
    • croup - J38.5
    • joint — see Nonunion, fracture
    • labor (pains) - O47.9
      • at or after 37 completed weeks of gestation - O47.1
      • before 37 completed weeks of gestation - O47.0
    • passage, urethra (prostatic) - N36.5
    • pregnancy - F45.8
  • Family, familial

    See also condition
  • Famine (effects of)

    - T73.0
    • edema — see Malnutrition, severe
  • Fanconi syndrome (-de Toni)(-Debré)

    - E72.09
  • Fanconi's anemia (congenital pancytopenia)

    - D61.09
  • Farber's disease or syndrome

    - E75.29
  • Farcy

    - A24.0
  • Farmer's

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