ICD-10 Code
International Classification of Diseases, 10th Revision
Nov 16, 2018

ICD 10 PCS Codes for Hepatobiliary System and Pancreas, Fragmentation - 0FF

Medical & Surgical » Hepatobiliary System & Pancreas » Fragmentation

Definition:

FragmentationBreaking solid matter in a body part into pieces

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0FF____
0 Position 1 ⇒ SectionMedical and Surgical
F Position 2 ⇒ Body SystemHepatobiliary System and Pancreas
F Position 3 ⇒ Root OperationFragmentation
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The 1st through 5th characters are always assigned a specific value, but the device (6th character) and the qualifier (7th character) are not applicable to all procedures. The value Z is used for the 6th & 7th characters to indicate that a specific device or qualifier does not apply to the procedure.

Body part ICD 10 PCS Code Full description
Gallbladder 0FF40ZZ Fragmentation in Gallbladder, Open Approach
- 0FF43ZZ Fragmentation in Gallbladder, Percutaneous Approach
- 0FF44ZZ Fragmentation in Gallbladder, Percutaneous Endoscopic Approach
- 0FF47ZZ Fragmentation in Gallbladder, Via Natural or Artificial Opening
- 0FF48ZZ Fragmentation in Gallbladder, Via Natural or Artificial Opening Endoscopic
- 0FF4XZZ Fragmentation in Gallbladder, External Approach
Hepatic Duct, Right 0FF50ZZ Fragmentation in Right Hepatic Duct, Open Approach
- 0FF53ZZ Fragmentation in Right Hepatic Duct, Percutaneous Approach
- 0FF54ZZ Fragmentation in Right Hepatic Duct, Percutaneous Endoscopic Approach
- 0FF57ZZ Fragmentation in Right Hepatic Duct, Via Natural or Artificial Opening
- 0FF58ZZ Fragmentation in Right Hepatic Duct, Via Natural or Artificial Opening Endoscopic
- 0FF5XZZ Fragmentation in Right Hepatic Duct, External Approach
Hepatic Duct, Left 0FF60ZZ Fragmentation in Left Hepatic Duct, Open Approach
- 0FF63ZZ Fragmentation in Left Hepatic Duct, Percutaneous Approach
- 0FF64ZZ Fragmentation in Left Hepatic Duct, Percutaneous Endoscopic Approach
- 0FF67ZZ Fragmentation in Left Hepatic Duct, Via Natural or Artificial Opening
- 0FF68ZZ Fragmentation in Left Hepatic Duct, Via Natural or Artificial Opening Endoscopic
- 0FF6XZZ Fragmentation in Left Hepatic Duct, External Approach
Hepatic Duct, Common 0FF70ZZ Fragmentation in Common Hepatic Duct, Open Approach
- 0FF73ZZ Fragmentation in Common Hepatic Duct, Percutaneous Approach
- 0FF74ZZ Fragmentation in Common Hepatic Duct, Percutaneous Endoscopic Approach
- 0FF77ZZ Fragmentation in Common Hepatic Duct, Via Natural or Artificial Opening
- 0FF78ZZ Fragmentation in Common Hepatic Duct, Via Natural or Artificial Opening Endoscopic
- 0FF7XZZ Fragmentation in Common Hepatic Duct, External Approach
Cystic Duct 0FF80ZZ Fragmentation in Cystic Duct, Open Approach
- 0FF83ZZ Fragmentation in Cystic Duct, Percutaneous Approach
- 0FF84ZZ Fragmentation in Cystic Duct, Percutaneous Endoscopic Approach
- 0FF87ZZ Fragmentation in Cystic Duct, Via Natural or Artificial Opening
- 0FF88ZZ Fragmentation in Cystic Duct, Via Natural or Artificial Opening Endoscopic
- 0FF8XZZ Fragmentation in Cystic Duct, External Approach
Common Bile Duct 0FF90ZZ Fragmentation in Common Bile Duct, Open Approach
- 0FF93ZZ Fragmentation in Common Bile Duct, Percutaneous Approach
- 0FF94ZZ Fragmentation in Common Bile Duct, Percutaneous Endoscopic Approach
- 0FF97ZZ Fragmentation in Common Bile Duct, Via Natural or Artificial Opening
- 0FF98ZZ Fragmentation in Common Bile Duct, Via Natural or Artificial Opening Endoscopic
- 0FF9XZZ Fragmentation in Common Bile Duct, External Approach
Ampulla of Vater 0FFC0ZZ Fragmentation in Ampulla of Vater, Open Approach
- 0FFC3ZZ Fragmentation in Ampulla of Vater, Percutaneous Approach
- 0FFC4ZZ Fragmentation in Ampulla of Vater, Percutaneous Endoscopic Approach
- 0FFC7ZZ Fragmentation in Ampulla of Vater, Via Natural or Artificial Opening
- 0FFC8ZZ Fragmentation in Ampulla of Vater, Via Natural or Artificial Opening Endoscopic
- 0FFCXZZ Fragmentation in Ampulla of Vater, External Approach
Pancreatic Duct 0FFD0ZZ Fragmentation in Pancreatic Duct, Open Approach
- 0FFD3ZZ Fragmentation in Pancreatic Duct, Percutaneous Approach
- 0FFD4ZZ Fragmentation in Pancreatic Duct, Percutaneous Endoscopic Approach
- 0FFD7ZZ Fragmentation in Pancreatic Duct, Via Natural or Artificial Opening
- 0FFD8ZZ Fragmentation in Pancreatic Duct, Via Natural or Artificial Opening Endoscopic
- 0FFDXZZ Fragmentation in Pancreatic Duct, External Approach
Pancreatic Duct, Accessory 0FFF0ZZ Fragmentation in Accessory Pancreatic Duct, Open Approach
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0FF--ZZ

ICD-10-PCS Code Validator 0FF40ZZ 0FF43ZZ 0FF44ZZ 0FF47ZZ 0FF48ZZ 0FF4XZZ 0FF50ZZ 0FF53ZZ 0FF54ZZ 0FF57ZZ 0FF58ZZ 0FF5XZZ 0FF60ZZ 0FF63ZZ 0FF64ZZ 0FF67ZZ 0FF68ZZ 0FF6XZZ 0FF70ZZ 0FF73ZZ 0FF74ZZ 0FF77ZZ 0FF78ZZ 0FF7XZZ 0FF80ZZ 0FF83ZZ 0FF84ZZ 0FF87ZZ 0FF88ZZ 0FF8XZZ 0FF90ZZ 0FF93ZZ 0FF94ZZ 0FF97ZZ 0FF98ZZ 0FF9XZZ 0FFC0ZZ 0FFC3ZZ 0FFC4ZZ 0FFC7ZZ 0FFC8ZZ 0FFCXZZ 0FFD0ZZ 0FFD3ZZ 0FFD4ZZ 0FFD7ZZ 0FFD8ZZ 0FFDXZZ 0FFF0ZZ 0FFF3ZZ 0FFF4ZZ 0FFF7ZZ 0FFF8ZZ 0FFFXZZ

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Definitions of Approach

External
Procedures performed directly on the skin or mucous membrane and procedures performed indirectly by the application of external force through the skin or mucous membrane
Open
Cutting through the skin or mucous membrane and any other body layers necessary to expose the site of the procedure
Percutaneous
Entry, by puncture or minor incision, of instrumentation through the skin or mucous membrane and any other body layers necessary to reach the site of the procedure
Percutaneous Endoscopic
Entry, by puncture or minor incision, of instrumentation through the skin or mucous membrane and any other body layers necessary to reach and visualize the site of the procedure
Via Natural or Artificial Opening
Entry of instrumentation through a natural or artificial external opening to reach the site of the procedure
Via Natural or Artificial Opening Endoscopic
Entry of instrumentation through a natural or artificial external opening to reach and visualize the site of the procedure

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