ICD-10 Code
International Classification of Diseases, 10th Revision
Oct 17, 2017

See: Diverticular disease of intestine

K57 is NOT a complete or valid ICD 10 diagnosis code.

You should code each health care encounter to the level of certainty known for that encounter. When sufficient clinical information is not known or available to assign a more specific code, it is acceptable to report the appropriate unspecified code.

See below for more specifc codes relating to
Diverticular disease of intestine
Excludes1
  • congenital diverticulum of intestine (Q43.8)
  • Meckel's diverticulum (Q43.0)
Excludes2
  • diverticulum of appendix (K38.2)

More specific codes for Diverticular disease of intestine

  • K57.0 - Diverticulitis of small intestine with perforation and abscess
    • K57.00 - Diverticulitis of small intestine with perforation and abscess without bleeding
    • K57.01 - Diverticulitis of small intestine with perforation and abscess with bleeding
  • K57.1 - Diverticular disease of small intestine without perforation or abscess
    • K57.10 - Diverticulosis of small intestine without perforation or abscess without bleeding
    • K57.11 - Diverticulosis of small intestine without perforation or abscess with bleeding
    • K57.12 - Diverticulitis of small intestine without perforation or abscess without bleeding
    • K57.13 - Diverticulitis of small intestine without perforation or abscess with bleeding
  • K57.2 - Diverticulitis of large intestine with perforation and abscess
    • K57.20 - Diverticulitis of large intestine with perforation and abscess without bleeding
    • K57.21 - Diverticulitis of large intestine with perforation and abscess with bleeding
  • K57.3 - Diverticular disease of large intestine without perforation or abscess
    • K57.30 - Diverticulosis of large intestine without perforation or abscess without bleeding
    • K57.31 - Diverticulosis of large intestine without perforation or abscess with bleeding
    • K57.32 - Diverticulitis of large intestine without perforation or abscess without bleeding
    • K57.33 - Diverticulitis of large intestine without perforation or abscess with bleeding
  • K57.4 - Diverticulitis of both small and large intestine with perforation and abscess
    • K57.40 - Diverticulitis of both small and large intestine with perforation and abscess without bleeding
    • K57.41 - Diverticulitis of both small and large intestine with perforation and abscess with bleeding
  • K57.5 - Diverticular disease of both small and large intestine without perforation or abscess
    • K57.50 - Diverticulosis of both small and large intestine without perforation or abscess without bleeding
    • K57.51 - Diverticulosis of both small and large intestine without perforation or abscess with bleeding
    • K57.52 - Diverticulitis of both small and large intestine without perforation or abscess without bleeding
    • K57.53 - Diverticulitis of both small and large intestine without perforation or abscess with bleeding
  • K57.8 - Diverticulitis of intestine, part unspecified, with perforation and abscess
    • K57.80 - Diverticulitis of intestine, part unspecified, with perforation and abscess without bleeding
    • K57.81 - Diverticulitis of intestine, part unspecified, with perforation and abscess with bleeding
  • K57.9 - Diverticular disease of intestine, part unspecified, without perforation or abscess
    • K57.90 - Diverticulosis of intestine, part unspecified, without perforation or abscess without bleeding
    • K57.91 - Diverticulosis of intestine, part unspecified, without perforation or abscess with bleeding
    • K57.92 - Diverticulitis of intestine, part unspecified, without perforation or abscess without bleeding
    • K57.93 - Diverticulitis of intestine, part unspecified, without perforation or abscess with bleeding
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