ICD-10 Index to Diseases and Injuries - Starting with "D"

The ICD-10 Index to Diseases and Injuries is an alphabetical listing of medical terms, with each term mapped to one or more ICD-10 code(s).

Term Title ICD-10 Code Term Notes
Da Costa's syndromeF45.8
Daae (-Finsen) disease (epidemic pleurodynia)B33.0
Dabney's gripB33.0
Dacryoadenitis, dacryadenitisH04.00
DacryocystitisH04.30
DacryocystoblenorrheaSee: Inflammation, lacrimal, passages, chronic;
DacryocystoceleSee: Disorder, lacrimal system, changes;
Dacryolith, dacryolithiasisH04.51
DacryomaSee: Disorder, lacrimal system, changes;
DacryopericystitisSee: Dacryocystitis;
DacryopsH04.11
DacryostenosisSee Also: Stenosis, lacrimal;
Dactylitis
Dactylolysis spontanea (ainhum)L94.6
DactylosymphysisQ70.9
Damage
Dana-Putnam syndrome (subacute combined sclerosis with pernicious anemia)See: Degeneration, combined;
Danbolt (-Cross) syndrome (acrodermatitis enteropathica)E83.2
DandruffL21.0
Dandy-Walker syndromeQ03.1
Danlos' syndromeQ79.6
Darier (-White) disease (congenital)Q82.8
Darier-Roussy sarcoidD86.3
Darling's disease or histoplasmosisB39.4
Darwin's tubercleQ17.8
Dawson's (inclusion body) encephalitisA81.1
De Beurmann (-Gougerot) diseaseB42.1
De la Tourette's syndromeF95.2
De Lange's syndromeQ87.1
De Morgan's spots (senile angiomas)I78.1
De Quervain's
De Toni-Fanconi (-Debré) syndromeE72.09
Dead
Deaf nonspeaking NECH91.3
Deafmutism (acquired) (congenital) NECH91.3
Deafness (acquired) (complete) (hereditary) (partial)H91.9
Death (cause unknown) (of) (unexplained) (unspecified cause)R99
Debility (chronic) (general) (nervous)R53.81
Débove's disease (splenomegaly)R16.1
Decalcification
Decapsulation, kidneyN28.89
Decay
Deciduitis (acute)
Decline (general)See: Debility;
Decompensation
Decompression sicknessT70.3
Decrease (d)
Decubitus (ulcer)See: Ulcer, pressure, by site;
Deepening acetabulumSee: Derangement, joint, specified type NEC, hip;
Defect, defectiveQ89.9
DeferentitisN49.1
Defibrination (syndrome)D65
Deficiency, deficient
DeficitSee Also: Deficiency;
Deflection
Defluvium
DeformityQ89.9
Degeneration, degenerative
Deglutition
Degos' diseaseI77.89
Dehiscence (of)
DehydrationE86.0
Déjérine-Roussy syndromeG89.0
Déjérine-Sottas disease or neuropathy (hypertrophic)G60.0
Déjérine-Thomas atrophyG23.8
Delay, delayed
Deletion (s)
Delhi boil or buttonB55.1
Delinquency (juvenile) (neurotic)F91.8
Delinquent immunization statusZ28.3
Delirium, delirious (acute or subacute) (not alcohol- or drug-induced) (with dementia)R41.0
Delivery (childbirth) (labor)
Delusions (paranoid)See: Disorder, delusional;
Dementia (degenerative (primary)) (old age) (persisting)F03.90
Demineralization, boneSee: Osteoporosis;
Demodex folliculorum (infestation)B88.0
DemophobiaF40.248
DemoralizationR45.3
Demyelination, demyelinization
Dengue (classical) (fever)A90
Dennie-Marfan syphilitic syndromeA50.45
Dens evaginatus, in dente or invaginatusK00.2
Dense breastsR92.2
Density
DentalSee Also: condition;
Dentia praecoxK00.6
Denticles (pulp)K04.2
Dentigerous cystK09.0
Dentin
Dentinogenesis imperfectaK00.5
DentinomaSee: Cyst, calcifying odontogenic;
Dentition (syndrome)K00.7
Dependence (on) (syndrome)F19.20
Dependency
Depersonalization (in neurotic state) (neurotic) (syndrome)F48.1
Depletion
Deployment (current) (military) statusZ56.82
Depolarization, prematureI49.40
Deposit
Depraved appetiteSee: Pica;
Depressed
Depression (acute) (mental)F32.9
Deprivation
Derangement
Dercum's diseaseE88.2
Derealization (neurotic)F48.1
DermalSee: condition;
DermaphytidSee: Dermatophytosis;
Dermatitis (eczematous)L30.9
Dermatoarthritis, lipoidE78.81
Dermatochalasis, eyelidH02.839
Dermatofibroma (lenticulare)See: Neoplasm, skin, benign;
Dermatofibrosarcoma (pigmented) (protuberans)See: Neoplasm, skin, malignant;
DermatographiaL50.3
Dermatolysis (exfoliativa) (congenital)Q82.8
Dermatomegaly NECQ82.8
DermatomucosomyositisM33.10
DermatomycosisB36.9
Dermatomyositis (acute) (chronic)See: also Dermatopolymyositis;
Dermatoneuritis of childrenSee: Poisoning, mercury;
DermatophilosisA48.8
DermatophytidL30.2
DermatophytideSee: Dermatophytosis;
Dermatophytosis (epidermophyton) (infection) (Microsporum) (tinea) (Trichophyton)B35.9
DermatopolymyositisM33.90
DermatopolyneuritisSee: Poisoning, mercury;
DermatorrhexisQ79.6
DermatosclerosisSee Also: Scleroderma;
DermatosisL98.9
Dermographia, dermographismL50.3
Dermoid (cyst)See Also: Neoplasm, benign, by site;
Dermopathy
DermophytosisSee: Dermatophytosis;
DescemetoceleH18.73
Descemet's membraneSee: condition;
DescendingSee: condition;
Descensus uteriSee: Prolapse, uterus;
Desert
Desertion (newborn)See: Maltreatment;
Desmoid (extra-abdominal) (tumor)See: Neoplasm, connective tissue, uncertain behavior;
DespondencyF32.9
Desquamation, skinR23.4
Destruction, destructiveSee Also: Damage;
DestructivenessSee Also: Disorder, conduct;
Desultory laborO62.2
Detachment
Detergent asthmaJ69.8
Deterioration
Deuteranomaly (anomalous trichromat)H53.53
Deuteranopia (complete) (incomplete)H53.53
Development
DevelopmentalSee: condition;
Devergie's disease (pityriasis rubra pilaris)L44.0
Deviation (in)
Device
Devic's diseaseG36.0
Devil's
Devitalized toothK04.99
Devonshire colicSee: Poisoning, lead;
Dextraposition, aortaQ20.3
Dextrinosis, limit (debrancher enzyme deficiency)E74.03
Dextrocardia (true)Q24.0
Dextrotransposition, aortaQ20.3
d-glycericacidemiaE72.59
Dhat syndromeF48.8
Dhobi itchB35.6
Di George's syndromeD82.1
Di Guglielmo's diseaseC94.0
Diabetes, diabetic (mellitus) (sugar)E11.9
DiacyclothrombopathiaD69.1
Diagnosis deferredR69
Dialysis (intermittent) (treatment)
Diamond-Blackfan anemia (congenital hypoplastic)D61.01
Diamond-Gardener syndrome (autoerythrocyte sensitization)D69.2
Diaper rashL22
Diaphoresis (excessive)R61
DiaphragmSee: condition;
DiaphragmalgiaR07.1
Diaphragmatitis, diaphragmitisJ98.6
Diaphysial aclasisQ78.6
DiaphysitisSee: Osteomyelitis, specified type NEC;
Diarrhea, diarrheal (disease) (infantile) (inflammatory)R19.7
Diastasis
Diastema, tooth, teeth, fully eruptedM26.32
DiastematomyeliaQ06.2
Diataxia, cerebralG80.4
Diathesis
Diaz's disease or osteochondrosis (juvenile) (talus)See: Osteochondrosis, juvenile, tarsus;
Dibothriocephalus, dibothriocephaliasis (latus) (infection) (infestation)B70.0
Dicephalus, dicephalyQ89.4
Dichotomy, teethK00.2
Dichromat, dichromatopsia (congenital)See: Deficiency, color vision;
DichuchwaA65
DicroceliasisB66.2
Didelphia, didelphysSee: Double uterus;
DidymytisN45.1
Dietary
Dietl's crisisN13.8
Dieulafoy lesion (hemorrhagic)
Difficult, difficulty (in)
DiffuseSee: condition;
DiGeorge's syndrome (thymic hypoplasia)D82.1
DigestiveSee: condition;
Dihydropyrimidine dehydrogenase disease (DPD)E88.89
DiktyomaSee: Neoplasm, malignant, by site;
Dilaceration, toothK00.4
Dilatation
Dilated, dilationSee: Dilatation;
Diminished, diminution
Diminuta taeniaB71.0
Dimitri-Sturge-Weber diseaseQ85.8
Dimple
Dioctophyme renalis (infection) (infestation)B83.8
DipetalonemiasisB74.4
DiphallusQ55.69
Diphtheria, diphtheritic (gangrenous) (hemorrhagic)A36.9
Diphyllobothriasis (intestine)B70.0
DiplacusisH93.22
Diplegia (upper limbs)G83.0
Diplococcus, diplococcalSee: condition;
DiplopiaH53.2
DipsomaniaF10.20
DipylidiasisB71.1
DIRA (deficiency of interleukin 1 receptor antagonist)M04.8
Direction, teeth, abnormal, fully eruptedM26.30
DirofilariasisB74.8
Dirt-eating childF98.3
Disability, disabilities
Disappearance of family memberZ63.4
DisarticulationSee: Amputation;
Discharge (from)
Discitis, diskitisM46.40
Discoid
Discoloration
Discomfort
Discontinuity, ossicles, earH74.2
Discord (with)
Discordant connection
Discrepancy
Discrimination
Disease, diseasedSee Also: Syndrome;
Disfigurement (due to scar)L90.5
DisgerminomaSee: Dysgerminoma;
DISH (diffuse idiopathic skeletal hyperostosis)See: Hyperostosis, ankylosing;
Disinsertion, retinaSee: Detachment, retina;
Dislocatable hip, congenitalQ65.6
Dislocation (articular)
Disorder (of)See Also: Disease;
DisorientationR41.0
Displacement, displaced
Disproportion
Disruptio uteriSee: Rupture, uterus;
Disruption (of)
Dissatisfaction with
DissectingSee: condition;
Dissection
DisseminatedSee: condition;
Dissociation
Dissociative reaction, stateF44.9
Dissolution, vertebraSee: Osteoporosis;
Distension, distention
Distoma hepaticum infestationB66.3
DistomiasisB66.9
Distomolar (fourth molar)K00.1
Disto-occlusion (Division I) (Division II)M26.212
Distortion (s) (congenital)
Distress
Distribution vessel, atypicalQ27.9
DistrichiasisL68.8
Disturbance (s)See Also: Disease;
DiuresisR35.8
Diver's palsy, paralysis or squeezeT70.3
Diverticulitis (acute)K57.92
DiverticulosisK57.90
Diverticulum, diverticula (multiple)K57.90
Division
Divorce, causing family disruptionZ63.5
Dix-Hallpike neurolabyrinthitisSee: Neuronitis, vestibular;
DizzinessR42
DMAC (disseminated mycobacterium avium- intracellulare complex)A31.2
DNR (do not resuscitate)Z66
Doan-Wiseman syndrome (primary splenic neutropenia)See: Agranulocytosis;
Doehle-Heller aortitisA52.02
Dog biteSee: Bite;
Dohle body panmyelopathic syndromeD72.0
DolichocephalyQ67.2
DolichocolonQ43.8
DolichostenomeliaSee: Syndrome, Marfan's;
Donohue's syndromeE34.8
Donor (organ or tissue)Z52.9
DonovanosisA58
DorsalgiaM54.9
DorsopathyM53.9
Double
Douglas' pouch, cul-de-sacSee: condition;
Down syndromeQ90.9
DPD (dihydropyrimidine dehydrogenase deficiency)E88.89
DracontiasisB72
Dracunculiasis, dracunculosisB72
Dream state, hystericalF44.89
Drepanocytic anemiaSee: Disease, sickle-cell;
Dresbach's syndrome (elliptocytosis)D58.1
Dreschlera (hawaiiensis) (infection)B43.8
Dressler's syndromeI24.1
Drift, ulnarSee: Deformity, limb, specified type NEC, forearm;
Drinking (alcohol)
Drip, postnasal (chronic)R09.82
Droop
Drop (in)
Dropped heart beatsI45.9
Dropsy, dropsicalSee Also: Hydrops;
Drowned, drowning (near)T75.1
DrowsinessR40.0
Drug
Drunkenness (without dependence)F10.129
Drusen
Dry, drynessSee Also: condition;
DSAPL56.5
Duane's syndromeH50.81
Dubin-Johnson disease or syndromeE80.6
Dubois' disease (thymus gland)A50.59
Dubowitz' syndromeQ87.1
Duchenne-Aran muscular atrophyG12.21
Duchenne-Griesinger diseaseG71.01
Duchenne's
Ducrey's chancreA57
Duct, ductusSee: condition;
Duhring's disease (dermatitis herpetiformis)L13.0
Dullness, cardiac (decreased) (increased)R01.2
Dumb agueSee: Malaria;
DumbnessSee: Aphasia;
Dumdum feverB55.0
Dumping syndrome (postgastrectomy)K91.1
Duodenitis (nonspecific) (peptic)K29.80
DuodenocholangitisSee: Cholangitis;
Duodenum, duodenalSee: condition;
Duplay's bursitis or periarthritisSee: Tendinitis, calcific, shoulder;
Duplication, duplexSee Also: Accessory;
Dupré's disease (meningism)R29.1
Dupuytren's contraction or diseaseM72.0
Durand-Nicolas-Favre diseaseA55
Durotomy (inadvertent) (incidental)G97.41
Duroziez's disease (congenital mitral stenosis)Q23.2
Dutton's relapsing fever (West African)A68.1
DwarfismE34.3
Dyke-Young anemia (secondary) (symptomatic)D59.1
DysacusisSee: Abnormal, auditory perception;
DysadrenocortismE27.9
DysarthriaR47.1
Dysautonomia (familial)G90.1
DysbarismT70.3
DysbasiaR26.2
Dysbetalipoproteinemia (familial)E78.2
DyscalculiaR48.8
DyscheziaK59.00
Dyschondroplasia (with hemangiomata)Q78.4
Dyschromia (skin)L81.9
DyscollagenosisM35.9
Dyscranio-pygo-phalangyQ87.0
Dyscrasia
DysendocrinismE34.9
Dysentery, dysenteric (catarrhal) (diarrhea) (epidemic) (hemorrhagic) (infectious) (sporadic) (tropical)A09
DysequilibriumR42
DysesthesiaR20.8
Dysfibrinogenemia (congenital)D68.2
Dysfunction
Dysgenesis
Dysgerminoma
DysgeusiaR43.2
DysgraphiaR27.8
Dyshidrosis, dysidrosisL30.1
Dyskaryotic cervical smearR87.619
DyskeratosisL85.8
DyskinesiaG24.9
Dyslalia (developmental)F80.0
DyslexiaR48.0
DyslipidemiaE78.5
DysmaturitySee Also: Light for dates;
Dysmenorrhea (essential) (exfoliative)N94.6
Dysmetabolic syndrome XE88.81
DysmetriaR27.8
Dysmorphism (due to)
Dysmorphophobia (nondelusional)F45.22
DysnomiaR47.01
DysorexiaR63.0
Dysostosis
Dyspareunia (female)N94.10
DyspepsiaR10.13
DysphagiaR13.10
Dysphagocytosis, congenitalD71
DysphasiaR47.02
DysphoniaR49.0
Dysphoria
DyspituitarismE23.3
DysplasiaSee Also: Anomaly;
DysplasminogenemiaE88.02
Dyspnea (nocturnal) (paroxysmal)R06.00
DyspraxiaR27.8
DysproteinemiaE88.09
Dysreflexia, autonomicG90.4
Dysrhythmia
DyssomniaSee: Disorder, sleep;
Dyssynergia
DysthymiaF34.1
DysthyroidismE07.9
DystociaO66.9
DystoniaG24.9
Dystonic movementsR25.8
Dystrophy, dystrophia
DysuriaR30.0