2020 ICD-10-CM Diseases and Injuries - Index "C"

The ICD-10-CM Index to Diseases and Injuries is an alphabetical listing of medical terms, with each term mapped to one or more ICD-10-CM code(s). To find the ICD-10-CM code for a specific condition browse this alphabetical index of clinical terms and conditions. Keep in mind that a condition may not appear under the exact same phrasing so make sure to use synonyms. Once you have identified the condition the ICD-10-CM code(s) should be listed next to that condition.

Term Title ICD-10-CM Code Term Notes
CachexiaR64
CADASIL (cerebral autosomal dominant arteriopathy with subcortical infarcts and leukoencephalopathy)I67.850
Café, au lait spotsL81.3
Caffeine-induced
Caffey's syndromeQ78.8
Caisson diseaseT70.3
Cake kidneyQ63.1
Caked breast (puerperal, postpartum)O92.79
Calabar swellingB74.3
Calcaneal spurSee: Spur, bone, calcaneal;
Calcaneo-apophysitisM92.8
CalcareousCondition
CalcicosisJ62.8
Calciferol (vitamin D) deficiencyE55.9
Calcification
CalcifiedCalcification
Calcinosis (interstitial) (tumoral) (universalis)E83.59
CalciphylaxisE83.59Calcification
Calcium
CalciuriaR82.994
CalculiSee: Calculus;
Calculosis, intrahepaticSee: Calculus, bile duct;
Calculus, calculi, calculous
CalicectasisN28.89
CaliectasisN28.89
California
Caligo corneaSee: Opacity, cornea, central;
Callositas, callosity (infected)L84
Callus (infected)L84
CALME (childhood asymmetric labium majus enlargement)N90.61
Calorie deficiency or malnutritionE46Malnutrition
Calvé-Perthes diseaseSee: Legg-Calvé-Perthes disease;
Calvé's diseaseSee: Osteochondrosis, juvenile, spine;
CalvitiesSee: Alopecia, androgenic;
Cameroon feverSee: Malaria;
Camptocormia (hysterical)F44.4
Camurati-Engelmann syndromeQ78.3
CanalCondition
Canaliculitis (lacrimal) (acute) (subacute)H04.33
Canavan's diseaseE75.29
Canceled procedure (surgical)Z53.9
CancerSee Also: Neoplasm, by site, malignant;
Cancer (o)phobiaF45.29
CancerousSee: Neoplasm, malignant, by site;
Cancrum orisA69.0
Candidiasis, candidalB37.9
CandididL30.2
CandidosisSee: Candidiasis;
Candiru infection or infestationB88.8
Canities (premature)L67.1
Canker (mouth) (sore)K12.0
CannabinosisJ66.2
Cannabis induced
Canton feverA75.9
Cantrell's syndromeQ87.89
Capillariasis (intestinal)B81.1
CapillaryCondition
Caplan's syndromeSee: Rheumatoid, lung;
CapsuleCondition
Capsulitis (joint)See Also: Enthesopathy;
Caput
Car sicknessT75.3
Carapata (disease)A68.0
CaratePinta
Carbon lungJ60
CarbuncleL02.93
CarbunculusCarbuncle
Carcinoid (tumor)See: Tumor, carcinoid;
CarcinoidosisE34.0
Carcinoma (malignant)See Also: Neoplasm, by site, malignant;
Carcinoma-in-situSee Also: Neoplasm, in situ, by site;
CarcinomaphobiaF45.29
CarcinomatosisC80.0
CarcinosarcomaSee: Neoplasm, malignant, by site;
Cardia, cardialCondition
CardiacCondition
CardialgiaSee: Pain, precordial;
CardiectasisSee: Hypertrophy, cardiac;
CardiochalasiaK21.9
CardiomalaciaI51.5
Cardiomegalia glycogenica diffusaE74.02
CardiomegalySee Also: Hypertrophy, cardiac;
CardiomyoliposisI51.5
Cardiomyopathy (familial) (idiopathic)I42.9
CardionephritisSee: Hypertension, cardiorenal;
CardionephropathySee: Hypertension, cardiorenal;
CardionephrosisSee: Hypertension, cardiorenal;
Cardiopathia nigraI27.0
CardiopathyI51.9See Also: Disease, heart;
CardiopericarditisSee: Pericarditis;
CardiophobiaF45.29
CardiorenalCondition
CardiorrhexisSee: Infarct, myocardium;
CardiosclerosisSee: Disease, heart, ischemic, atherosclerotic;
CardiosisSee: Disease, heart;
Cardiospasm (esophagus) (reflex) (stomach)K22.0
CardiostenosisSee: Disease, heart;
CardiosymphysisI31.0
CardiovascularCondition
Carditis (acute) (bacterial) (chronic) (subacute)I51.89
Care (of) (for) (following)
Caries
Carious teethSee: Caries, dental;
Carneous moleO02.0
Carnitine insufficiencyE71.40
Carotenemia (dietary)E67.1
Carotenosis (cutis) (skin)E67.1
Carotid body or sinus syndromeG90.01
CarotidyniaG90.01
Carpal tunnel syndromeSee: Syndrome, carpal tunnel;
Carpenter's syndromeQ87.0
Carpopedal spasmSee: Tetany;
Carr-Barr-Plunkett syndromeQ97.1
Carrier (suspected) of
Carrion's diseaseA44.0
Carter's relapsing fever (Asiatic)A68.1
CartilageCondition
Caruncle (inflamed)
Cascade stomachK31.2
Caseation lymphatic gland (tuberculous)A18.2
Cassidy (-Scholte) syndrome (malignant carcinoid)E34.0
Castellani's diseaseA69.8
Castration, traumatic, maleS38.231
Casts in urineR82.998
Cat
Catabolism, senileR54
Catalepsy (hysterical)F44.2
Cataplexy (idiopathic)Narcolepsy
Cataract (cortical) (immature) (incipient)H26.9
CataractaSee Also: Cataract;
Catarrh, catarrhal (acute) (febrile) (infectious) (inflammation)J00Condition
Catatonia (schizophrenic)F20.2
Catatonic
Cat-scratchAbrasion
Cauda equinaCondition
Cauliflower earM95.1
Causalgia (upper limb)G56.4
Cause
Caustic burnSee: Corrosion, by site;
Cavare's disease (familial periodic paralysis)G72.3
Cave-in, injury
Cavernitis (penis)N48.29
CavernositisN48.29
CavernousCondition
Cavitation of lungSee Also: Tuberculosis, pulmonary;
Cavities, dentalSee: Caries, dental;
Cavity
Cavovarus foot, congenitalQ66.1
Cavus foot (congenital)Q66.7
Cazenave's diseaseL10.2
CecitisK52.9
CecoureteroceleQ62.32
CecumCondition
Celiac
Cell (s), cellularCondition
Cellulitis (diffuse) (phlegmonous) (septic) (suppurative)L03.90
Cementoblastoma, benignSee: Cyst, calcifying odontogenic;
CementomaSee: Cyst, calcifying odontogenic;
CementoperiostitisSee: Periodontitis;
CementosisK03.4
Central auditory processing disorderH93.25
Central pain syndromeG89.0
Cephalematocele, cephal (o)hematocele
Cephalematoma, cephalhematoma (calcified)
Cephalgia, cephalalgiaHeadache
CephalicCondition
CephalitisSee: Encephalitis;
CephaloceleEncephalocele
CephalomeniaN94.89
CephalopelvicCondition
Cerclage (with cervical incompetence) in pregnancySee: Incompetence, cervix, in pregnancy;
CerebellitisSee: Encephalitis;
Cerebellum, cerebellarCondition
CerebralCondition
CerebritisSee: Encephalitis;
Cerebro-hepato-renal syndromeQ87.89
CerebromalaciaSee: Softening, brain;
Cerebroside lipidosisE75.22
Cerebrospasticity (congenital)G80.1
CerebrospinalCondition
CerebrumCondition
Ceroid-lipofuscinosis, neuronalE75.4
Cerumen (accumulation) (impacted)H61.2
CervicalCondition
CervicalgiaM54.2
Cervicitis (acute) (chronic) (nonvenereal) (senile (atrophic)) (subacute) (with ulceration)N72
Cervicocolpitis (emphysematosa) (see also Cervicitis)N72
CervixCondition
Cesarean delivery, previous, affecting management of pregnancyO34.219
Céstan (-Chenais) paralysis or syndromeG46.3
Céstan-Raymond syndromeI65.8
Cestode infestationB71.9
CestodiasisB71.9
Chabert's diseaseA22.9
ChacalehE53.8
ChafingL30.4
Chagas' (-Mazza) disease (chronic)B57.2
Chagres feverB50.9
ChairriddenZ74.09
Chalasia (cardiac sphincter)K21.9
ChalazionH00.19
ChalcosisSee Also: Disorder, globe, degenerative, chalcosis;
Chalicosis (pulmonum)J62.8
Chancre (any genital site) (hard) (hunterian) (mixed) (primary) (seronegative) (seropositive) (syphilitic)A51.0
Chancroid (anus) (genital) (penis) (perineum) (rectum) (urethra) (vulva)A57
Chandler's disease (osteochondritis dissecans, hip)See: Osteochondritis, dissecans, hip;
Change (s) (in) (of)See Also: Removal;
Changing sleep-work schedule, affecting sleepG47.26
Changuinola feverA93.1
Chapping skinT69.8
Charcot-Marie-Tooth disease, paralysis or syndromeG60.0
Charcot's
CHARGE associationQ89.8
Charley-horse (quadriceps)M62.831
Charlouis' diseaseYaws
Cheadle's diseaseE54
Checking (of)
Check-upSee: Examination;
Chédiak-Higashi (-Steinbrinck) syndrome (congenital gigantism of peroxidase granules)E70.330
CheekCondition
Cheese itchB88.0
Cheese-washer's lungJ67.8
Cheese-worker's lungJ67.8
Cheilitis (acute) (angular) (catarrhal) (chronic) (exfoliative) (gangrenous) (glandular) (infectional) (suppurative) (ulcerative) (vesicular)K13.0
CheilodyniaK13.0
CheiloschisisSee: Cleft, lip;
Cheilosis (angular)K13.0
CheiromegalyM79.89
CheiropompholyxL30.1
CheloidSee: Keloid;
Chemical burnSee: Corrosion, by site;
ChemodectomaSee: Paraganglioma, nonchromaffin;
Chemosis, conjunctivaSee: Edema, conjunctiva;
Chemotherapy (session) (for)
CherubismM27.8
ChestCondition
Cheyne-Stokes breathing (respiration)R06.3
Chiari's
Chicago diseaseB40.9
ChickenpoxVaricella
Chiclero ulcer or soreB55.1
Chigger (infestation)B88.0
Chignon (disease)B36.8
Chilaiditi's syndrome (subphrenic displacement, colon)Q43.3
Chilblain (s) (lupus)T69.1
Child
ChildbirthSee: Delivery;
Childhood
Chill (s)R68.83
ChilomastigiasisA07.8
Chimera 46,XX/46,XYQ99.0
ChinCondition
Chinese dysenteryA03.9
ChionophobiaF40.228
Chitral feverA93.1
Chlamydia, chlamydialA74.9
ChlamydiosisSee: Chlamydia;
Chloasma (skin) (idiopathic) (symptomatic)L81.1
ChloromaC92.3
ChlorosisD50.9
Chlorotic anemiaD50.8
Chocolate cyst (ovary)N80.1
Choked
Chokes (resulting from bends)T70.3
Choking sensationR09.89
CholangiectasisK83.8
Cholangiocarcinoma
CholangiohepatitisK83.8
CholangiohepatomaC22.0
Cholangiolitis (acute) (chronic) (extrahepatic) (gangrenous) (intrahepatic)K83.09
CholangiomaD13.4
Cholangitis (ascending) (recurrent) (secondary) (stenosing) (suppurative)K83.09
CholecystectasiaK82.8
CholecystitisK81.9
CholecystolithiasisSee: Calculus, gallbladder;
Choledochitis (suppurative)K83.09
CholedocholithSee: Calculus, bile duct;
Choledocholithiasis (common duct) (hepatic duct)See: Calculus, bile duct;
Cholelithiasis (cystic duct) (gallbladder) (impacted) (multiple)See: Calculus, gallbladder;
CholemiaSee Also: Jaundice;
Choleperitoneum, choleperitonitisK65.3
Cholera (Asiatic) (epidemic) (malignant)A00.9
CholerineSee: Cholera;
Cholestasis NECK83.1
Cholesteatoma (ear) (middle) (with reaction)H71.9
Cholesteatosis, diffuseH71.3
CholesteremiaE78.00
Cholesterin in vitreousSee: Deposit, crystalline;
Cholesterol
Cholesterolemia (essential) (pure)E78.00
Cholesterolosis, cholesterosis (gallbladder)K82.4
Cholocolic fistulaK82.3
CholuriaR82.2
ChondritisM94.8X9
ChondroblastomaSee Also: Neoplasm, bone, benign;
ChondrocalcinosisM11.20
Chondrodermatitis nodularis helicis or anthelicisSee: Perichondritis, ear;
ChondrodysplasiaQ78.9
Chondrodystrophy, chondrodystrophia (familial) (fetalis) (hypoplastic)Q78.9
Chondroectodermal dysplasiaQ77.6
Chondrogenesis imperfectaQ77.4
ChondrolysisM94.35
ChondromaSee Also: Neoplasm, cartilage, benign;
Chondromalacia (systemic)M94.20
ChondromatosisSee Also: Neoplasm, cartilage, uncertain behavior;
ChondromyxosarcomaSee: Neoplasm, cartilage, malignant;
Chondro-osteodysplasia (Morquio-Brailsford type)E76.219
Chondro-osteodystrophyE76.29
Chondro-osteomaSee: Neoplasm, bone, benign;
Chondropathia tuberosaM94.0
ChondrosarcomaSee: Neoplasm, cartilage, malignant;
Chordee (nonvenereal)N48.89
Chorditis (fibrinous) (nodosa) (tuberosa)J38.2
ChordomaSee: Neoplasm, vertebral (column), malignant;
Chorea (chronic) (gravis) (posthemiplegic) (senile) (spasmodic)G25.5
Choreoathetosis (paroxysmal)G25.5
Chorioadenoma (destruens)D39.2
ChorioamnionitisO41.12
ChorioangiomaD26.7
ChoriocarcinomaSee: Neoplasm, malignant, by site;
Chorioencephalitis (acute) (lymphocytic) (serous)A87.2
ChorioepitheliomaChoriocarcinoma
Choriomeningitis (acute) (lymphocytic) (serous)A87.2
ChorionepitheliomaChoriocarcinoma
ChorioretinitisSee Also: Inflammation, chorioretinal;
Chorioretinopathy, central serousH35.71
ChoroidCondition
ChoroideremiaH31.21
ChoroiditisChorioretinitis
ChoroidopathySee: Disorder, choroid;
ChoroidoretinitisChorioretinitis
Choroidoretinopathy, central serousChorioretinopathy, central serous
Christian-Weber diseaseM35.6
Christmas diseaseD67
ChromaffinomaSee Also: Neoplasm, benign, by site;
ChromatopsiaSee: Deficiency, color vision;
Chromhidrosis, chromidrosisL75.1
ChromoblastomycosisChromomycosis
ChromoconversionR82.91
ChromomycosisB43.9
ChromophytosisB36.0
ChromosomeCondition
ChromotrichomycosisB36.8
ChronicCondition
Churg-Strauss syndromeM30.1
Chyle cyst, mesenteryI89.8
Chylocele (nonfilarial)I89.8
Chylomicronemia (fasting) (with hyperprebetalipoproteinemia)E78.3
ChylopericardiumI31.3
Chylothorax (nonfilarial)I89.8
ChylousCondition
Chyluria (nonfilarial)R82.0
Cicatricial (deformity)See: Cicatrix;
Cicatrix (adherent) (contracted) (painful) (vicious)L90.5See Also: Scar;
CIDP (chronic inflammatory demyelinating polyneuropathy )G61.81
CINSee: Neoplasia, intraepithelial, cervix;
CINCA (chronic infantile neurological, cutaneous and articular syndrome)M04.2
CinchonismSee: Deafness, ototoxic;
Circle of WillisCondition
CircularCondition
Circulating anticoagulantsD68.318See Also: - Disorder, hemorrhagic;
Circulation
Circulatory systemCondition
Circulus senilis (cornea)See: Degeneration, cornea, senile;
Circumcision (in absence of medical indication) (ritual) (routine)Z41.2
CircumscribedCondition
Circumvallate placentaO43.11
Cirrhosis, cirrhotic (hepatic) (liver)K74.60
Cistern, subarachnoidR93.0
CitrullinemiaE72.23
CitrullinuriaE72.23
Civatte's disease or poikilodermaL57.3
Clam digger's itchB65.3
Clammy skinR23.1
ClapSee: Gonorrhea;
Clarke-Hadfield syndrome (pancreatic infantilism)K86.89
Clark's paralysisG80.9
ClastothrixL67.8
Claude Bernard-Horner syndromeG90.2
Claude's disease or syndromeG46.3
Claudicatio venosa intermittensI87.8
Claudication (intermittent)I73.9
ClaustrophobiaF40.240
Clavus (infected)L84
Clawfoot (congenital)Q66.89
Clawhand (acquired)See Also: Deformity, limb, clawhand;
Clawtoe (congenital)Q66.89
Clay eatingPica
Cleansing of artificial openingSee: Attention to, artificial, opening;
Cleft (congenital)See Also: Imperfect, closure;
Cleidocranial dysostosisQ74.0
CleptomaniaF63.2
Clicking hip (newborn)R29.4
Climacteric (female)See Also: Menopause;
Clinical research investigation (clinical trial) (control subject) (normal comparison) (participant)Z00.6
ClitorisCondition
Cloaca (persistent)Q43.7
Clonorchiasis, clonorchis infection (liver)B66.1
ClonusR25.8
Closed biteM26.29
Clostridium (C.) perfringens, as cause of disease classified elsewhereB96.7
Closure
Clot (blood)See Also: Embolism;
Clouded stateR40.1
Cloudy antrum, antraJ32.0
Clouston's (hidrotic) ectodermal dysplasiaQ82.4
Clubbed nail pachydermoperiostosisM89.40
Clubbing of finger (s) (nails)R68.3
ClubfingerR68.3
Clubfoot (congenital)Q66.89
Clubhand (congenital) (radial)Q71.4
ClubnailR68.3
Clump, kidneyQ63.1
Clumsiness, clumsy child syndromeF82
ClutteringF80.81
Clutton's jointsA50.51
Coagulation, intravascular (diffuse) (disseminated)See Also: Defibrination syndrome;
CoagulopathySee Also: Defect, coagulation;
Coalition
Coalminer's
Coalworker's lung or pneumoconiosisJ60
Coarctation
Coated tongueK14.3
Coats' disease (exudative retinopathy)See: Retinopathy, exudative;
Cocaine-induced
CocainismSee: Disorder, cocaine use;
CoccidioidomycosisB38.9
CoccidioidosisCoccidioidomycosis
Coccidiosis (intestinal)A07.3
Coccydynia, coccygodyniaM53.3
CoccyxCondition
Cochin-China diarrheaK90.1
Cockayne's syndromeQ87.19
Cocked up toeSee: Deformity, toe, specified NEC;
Cock's peculiar tumorL72.3
Codman's tumorSee: Neoplasm, bone, benign;
CoenurosisB71.8
Coffee-worker's lungJ67.8
Cogan's syndromeH16.32
Coitus, painful (female)N94.10
ColdJ00
ColdsoreB00.1
ColibacillosisA49.8
Colic (bilious) (infantile) (intestinal) (recurrent) (spasmodic)R10.83
ColicystitisSee: Cystitis;
Colitis (acute) (catarrhal) (chronic) (noninfective) (hemorrhagic)K52.9See Also: Enteritis;
Collagenosis, collagen disease (nonvascular) (vascular)M35.9
CollapseR55
CollateralCondition
Colles' fractureS52.53
Collet (-Sicard) syndromeG52.7
Collier's asthma or lungJ60
Collodion babyQ80.2
Colloid nodule (of thyroid) (cystic)E04.1
Coloboma (iris)Q13.0
ColoenteritisSee: Enteritis;
ColonCondition
Colonization
ColoptosisK63.4
Color blindnessSee: Deficiency, color vision;
Colostomy
Colpitis (acute)See: Vaginitis;
ColpoceleN81.5
ColpocystitisSee: Vaginitis;
ColpospasmN94.2
Column, spinal, vertebralCondition
ComaR40.20
ComatoseComa
Combat fatigueF43.0
CombinedCondition
Comedo, comedones (giant)L70.0
ComedocarcinomaSee Also: Neoplasm, breast, malignant;
ComedomastitisSee: Ectasia, mammary duct;
Comminuted fracture - code as Fracture, closed
Common
Commotio, commotion (current)
Communication
Compartment syndrome (deep) (posterior) (traumatic)T79.A0
Compensation
ComplaintSee Also: Disease;
CompleteCondition
Complex
Complication (s) (from) (of)
Compressed air diseaseT70.3
Compression
Compulsion, compulsive
Concato's disease (pericardial polyserositis)A19.9
Concavity chest wallM95.4
Concealed penisQ55.64
Concern (normal) about sick person in familyZ63.6
Concrescence (teeth)K00.2
Concretio cordisI31.1
ConcretionSee Also: Calculus;
Concussion (brain) (cerebral) (current)S06.0X9
ConditionSee: Disease;
Conditions arising in the perinatal periodSee: Newborn, affected by;
Conduct disorderSee: Disorder, conduct;
CondylomaA63.0
ConflagrationSee Also: Burn;
Conflict (with)See Also: Discord;
ConfluentCondition
Confusion, confusedR41.0
Confusional arousalsG47.51
CongelationT69.9
CongenitalCondition
Congestion, congestive
CongestiveSee: Congestion;
Conical
Conjoined twinsQ89.4
Conjugal maladjustmentZ63.0
ConjunctivaCondition
Conjunctivitis (staphylococcal) (streptococcal) NOSH10.9
ConjunctivochalasisH11.82
Connective tissueCondition
Conn's syndromeE26.01
Conradi (-Hunermann) diseaseQ77.3
ConsanguinityZ84.3
Conscious simulation (of illness)Z76.5
ConsecutiveCondition
Consolidation lung (base)See: Pneumonia, lobar;
Constipation (atonic) (neurogenic) (simple) (spastic)K59.00
ConstitutionalCondition
Constitutionally substandardF60.7
ConstrictionStricture
ConstrictiveCondition
Consultation
ConsumptionSee: Tuberculosis;
Contact (with)Exposure (to)
Contamination, foodSee: Intoxication, foodborne;
Contraception, contraceptive
Contraction (s), contracture, contracted
Contusion (skin surface intact)T14.8
Conus (congenital) (any type)Q14.8
Conversion hysteria, neurosis or reactionF44.9
Converter, tuberculosis (test reaction)R76.11
Conviction (legal), anxiety concerningZ65.0
Convulsions (idiopathic)R56.9See Also: Seizure(s);
ConvulsiveSee Also: Convulsions;
Cooley's anemiaD56.1
Coolie itchB76.9
Cooper's
Copra itchB88.0
CoprophagyF50.89
CoprophobiaF40.298
Coproporphyria, hereditaryE80.29
Cor
Corbus' disease (gangrenous balanitis)N48.1
CordCondition
Cordis ectopiaQ24.8
Corditis (spermatic)N49.1
CorectopiaQ13.2
Cori's disease (glycogen storage)E74.03
Corkhandler's disease or lungJ67.3
Corkscrew esophagusK22.4
Corkworker's disease or lungJ67.3
Corn (infected)L84
CorneaCondition
Cornelia de Lange syndromeQ87.19
Cornu cutaneumL85.8
Cornual gestation or pregnancyO00.80
Coronary (artery)Condition
Coronavirus, as cause of disease classified elsewhereB97.29
CorporaCondition
CorpulenceObesity
CorpusCondition
Corrected transpositionQ20.5
Corrosion (injury) (acid) (caustic) (chemical) (lime) (external) (internal)T30.4
Corrosive burnSee: Corrosion;
Corsican feverSee: Malaria;
CorticalCondition
Cortico-adrenalCondition
Coryza (acute)J00
Costen's syndrome or complexM26.69
CostivenessSee: Constipation;
CostochondritisM94.0
Cot deathR99
Cotard's syndromeF22
Cotia virusB08.8
Cotton wool spots (retinal)H35.81
Cotungo's diseaseSee: Sciatica;
Cough (affected) (chronic) (epidemic) (nervous)R05
Counseling (for)Z71.9
Coupled rhythmR00.8
Couvelaire syndrome or uterus (complicating delivery)O45.8X
CowperitisSee: Urethritis;
Cowper's glandCondition
CowpoxB08.010
Coxa
Coxalgia, coxalgic (nontuberculous)See Also: Pain, joint, hip;
CoxitisSee: Monoarthritis, hip;
Coxsackie (virus) (infection)B34.1
Crabs, meaning pubic liceB85.3
Crack babyP04.41
Cracked nippleN64.0
Cracked toothK03.81
Cradle capL21.0
Craft neurosisF48.8
Cramp (s)R25.2
CranialCondition
CraniocleidodysostosisQ74.0
Craniofenestria (skull)Q75.8
Craniolacunia (skull)Q75.8
CraniopagusQ89.4
Craniopathy, metabolicM85.2
CraniopharyngealCondition
CraniopharyngiomaD44.4
Craniorachischisis (totalis)Q00.1
CranioschisisQ75.8
CraniostenosisQ75.0
CraniosynostosisQ75.0
Craniotabes (cause unknown)M83.8
CraniumCondition
Craw-crawSee: Onchocerciasis;
Creaking jointSee: Derangement, joint, specified type NEC;
Creeping
Crenated tongueK14.8
CreotoxismA05.9
Crepitus
Crescent or conus choroid, congenitalQ14.3
CREST syndromeM34.1
Cretin, cretinism (congenital) (endemic) (nongoitrous) (sporadic)E00.9
Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease or syndrome (with dementia)A81.00
Crib deathR99
Cribriform hymenQ52.3
Cri-du-chat syndromeQ93.4
Crigler-Najjar disease or syndromeE80.5
Crime, victim ofZ65.4
Crimean hemorrhagic feverA98.0
CriminalismF60.2
Crisis
Crocq's disease (acrocyanosis)I73.89
Crohn's diseaseSee: Enteritis, regional;
Crooked septum, nasalJ34.2
Cross syndromeE70.328
Crossbite (anterior) (posterior)M26.24
Cross-eyeSee: Strabismus, convergent concomitant;
Croup, croupous (catarrhal) (infectious) (inflammatory) (nondiphtheritic)J05.0
Crouzon's diseaseQ75.1
Crowding, tooth, teeth, fully eruptedM26.31
CRST syndromeM34.1
Cruchet's diseaseA85.8
Cruelty in childrenSee Also: Disorder, conduct;
Crural ulcerSee: Ulcer, lower limb;
Crush, crushed, crushingT14.8
Crusta lacteaL21.0
CrustsR23.4
Crutch paralysisSee: Injury, brachial plexus;
Cruveilhier-Baumgarten cirrhosis, disease or syndromeK74.69
Cruveilhier's atrophy or diseaseG12.8
Crying (constant) (continuous) (excessive)
CryofibrinogenemiaD89.2
Cryoglobulinemia (essential) (idiopathic) (mixed) (primary) (purpura) (secondary) (vasculitis)D89.1
Cryptitis (anal) (rectal)K62.89
Cryptococcosis, cryptococcus (infection) (neoformans)B45.9
Cryptopapillitis (anus)K62.89
CryptophthalmosQ11.2
Cryptorchid, cryptorchism, cryptorchidismQ53.9
CryptosporidiosisA07.2
CryptostromosisJ67.6
CrystalluriaR82.998
Cubitus
Cultural deprivation or shockZ60.3
Curling esophagusK22.4
Curling's ulcerSee: Ulcer, peptic, acute;
Curschmann (-Batten) (-Steinert) disease or syndromeG71.11
Curse, Ondine'sSee: Apnea, sleep;
Curvature
Cushingoid due to steroid therapyE24.2
Cushing's
Cusp, Carabelli - omit code
Cut (external)Laceration
CutaneousCondition
CutisCondition
CyanosisR23.0
Cyanotic heart diseaseI24.9
Cycle
CyclencephalyQ04.9
Cyclical vomiting, in migraine,G43.A0See Also: Vomiting, cyclical;
CyclitisH20.9Iridocyclitis
Cycloid personalityF34.0
CyclophoriaH50.54
Cyclopia, cyclopsQ87.0
CyclopismQ87.0
CyclosporiasisA07.4
CyclothymiaF34.0
Cyclothymic personalityF34.0
CyclotropiaH50.41
CylindromaSee Also: Neoplasm, malignant, by site;
CylindruriaR82.998
Cynanche
CynophobiaF40.218
CynorexiaR63.2
CyphosisSee: Kyphosis;
Cyprus feverSee: Brucellosis;
Cyst (colloid) (mucous) (simple) (retention)
CystadenocarcinomaSee: Neoplasm, malignant, by site;
Cystadenofibroma
CystadenomaSee Also: Neoplasm, benign, by site;
Cystathionine synthase deficiencyE72.11
CystathioninemiaE72.19
CystathioninuriaE72.19
CysticCondition
Cysticercosis, cysticerciasisB69.9
Cysticercus cellulose infestationSee: Cysticercosis;
Cystinosis (malignant)E72.04
CystinuriaE72.01
Cystitis (exudative) (hemorrhagic) (septic) (suppurative)N30.90
Cystocele (-urethrocele)
CystolithiasisN21.0
CystomaSee Also: Neoplasm, benign, by site;
CystoplegiaN31.2
CystoptosisN32.89
CystopyelitisPyelonephritis
CystorrhagiaN32.89
Cystosarcoma phyllodesD48.6
Cystostomy
CystourethritisSee: Urethritis;
CystourethroceleSee Also: Cystocele;
Cytomegalic inclusion disease
Cytomegalovirus infectionB25.9
Cytomycosis (reticuloendothelial)B39.4
CytopeniaD75.9
Czerny's disease (periodic hydrarthrosis of the knee)See: Effusion, joint, knee;