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

See: Other diseases of biliary tract

  ICD-10 Code for Other specified diseases of biliary tract K83.8

K83.8 is a valid1 ICD 10 diagnosis code.

K83.8 is valid for submission for HIPAA-covered transactions.

Chapter 11 Diseases of the digestive system (K00-K95)
Section K80-K87 Disorders of gallbladder, biliary tract and pancreas (K80-K87)
Category K83 Other diseases of biliary tract

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1 No additional coding requirements necessary.
Inclusion Term
  • Adhesions of biliary tract
  • Atrophy of biliary tract
  • Hypertrophy of biliary tract
  • Ulcer of biliary tract
See also ICD 10 code for

Related Terms to “Other specified diseases of biliary tract”

  • Adhesions, adhesive(postinfective) - K66.0
    • bile duct(common) (hepatic) - K83.8
    • common duct - K83.8
  • Atrophy, atrophic(of)
    • bile duct(common) (hepatic) - K83.8
  • Cholangiectasis - K83.8
  • Cholangiohepatitis - K83.8
  • Cicatrix(adherent) (contracted) (painful) (vicious) - L90.5See also Scar
    • bile duct(common) (hepatic) - K83.8
    • common duct - K83.8
  • Contraction, contracture, contracted(s)
    • bile duct(common) (hepatic) - K83.8
  • Deformity - Q89.9
  • Dilatation
    • common duct(acquired) - K83.8
  • Disease, diseasedSee also Syndrome
  • Dyssynergia
    • biliary - K83.8
  • Hematobilia - K83.8
  • Hypertrophy, hypertrophic
    • bile duct(common) (hepatic) - K83.8
  • Insufficiency, insufficient
    • biliary - K83.8
  • Spasm, spastic, spasticity(s) - R25.2See also condition
    • common duct - K83.8
  • Torsion
    • bile duct(common) (hepatic) - K83.8
  • Ulcer, ulcerated, ulcerating, ulceration, ulcerative
    • bile duct(common) (hepatic) - K83.8
See the 2017 ICD-10-CM Coding Guidelines.

Questions related to K83.8 Other specified diseases of biliary tract

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