ICD-10 Code
International Classification of Diseases, 10th Revision
Aug 24, 2017

See: Zoster with other nervous system involvement

  ICD-10 Code for Postherpetic geniculate ganglionitis B02.21

B02.21 is a valid1 ICD 10 diagnosis code.

B02.21 is valid for submission for HIPAA-covered transactions.

Chapter 1 Certain infectious and parasitic diseases (A00-B99)
Section B00-B09 Viral infections characterized by skin and mucous membrane lesions (B00-B09)
Category B02 Zoster [herpes zoster]

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Related Terms to “Postherpetic geniculate ganglionitis”

  • Ganglionitis
    • gasserian(postherpetic) (postzoster) - B02.21
    • geniculate - G51.1
      • postherpetic, postzoster - B02.21
    • herpes zoster - B02.21
    • postherpetic geniculate - B02.21
  • Herpes, herpesvirus, herpetic - B00.9
    • geniculate ganglionitis - B02.21
    • zoster - B02.9See also condition
      • auricularis - B02.21
      • geniculate ganglionitis - B02.21
      • oticus - B02.21
  • Hunt's
    • disease or syndrome(herpetic geniculate ganglionitis) - B02.21
    • neuralgia - B02.21
  • Neuralgia, neuralgic(acute) - M79.2
    • Hunt's - B02.21
  • Neuritis(rheumatoid) - M79.2
  • Ramsay-Hunt disease or syndrome - B02.21See also Hunt's disease
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