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

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 code(s). To find the ICD-10 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 code(s) should be listed next to that condition.

Term Title ICD-10 Code Term Notes
Eales' diseaseH35.06
EarCondition
Earache
Early satietyR68.81
Eaton-Lambert syndromeSee: Syndrome, Lambert-Eaton;
Eberth's disease (typhoid fever)A01.00
Ebola virus diseaseA98.4
Ebstein's anomaly or syndrome (heart)Q22.5
Eccentro-osteochondrodysplasiaE76.29
EcchondromaSee: Neoplasm, bone, benign;
EcchondrosisD48.0
EcchymosisR58
EchinococciasisSee: Echinococcus;
EchinococcosisSee: Echinococcus;
Echinococcus (infection)B67.90
EchinorhynchiasisB83.8
EchinostomiasisB66.8
EcholaliaR48.8
Echovirus, as cause of disease classified elsewhereB97.12
Eclampsia, eclamptic (coma) (convulsions) (delirium) (with hypertension) NECO15.9
Economic circumstances affecting careZ59.9
Economo's diseaseA85.8
Ectasia, ectasis
EcthymaL08.0
EctocardiaQ24.8
Ectodermal dysplasia (anhidrotic)Q82.4
Ectodermosis erosiva pluriorificialisL51.1
Ectopic, ectopia (congenital)
EctromeliaQ73.8
EctropionH02.109
Eczema (acute) (chronic) (erythematous) (fissum) (rubrum) (squamous)L30.9See Also: Dermatitis;
EczematidL30.2
Eddowes (-Spurway) syndromeQ78.0
Edema, edematous (infectious) (pitting) (toxic)R60.9
EdentulismSee: Absence, teeth, acquired;
Edsall's diseaseT67.2
Educational handicapZ55.9
Edward's syndromeSee: Trisomy, 18;
Effect (s) (of) (from)See: Effect, adverse NEC;
Effect, adverse
Effects, lateSee: Sequelae;
Effluvium
Effort syndrome (psychogenic)F45.8
Effusion
Egg shell nailsL60.3
Egyptian splenomegalyB65.1
Ehlers-Danlos syndromeQ79.60See Also: Syndrome, Ehlers-Danlos;
EhrlichiosisA77.40
Eichstedt's diseaseB36.0
Eisenmenger's
Ejaculation
Ekbom's syndrome (restless legs)G25.81
Ekman's syndrome (brittle bones and blue sclera)Q78.0
Elastic skinQ82.8
ElastofibromaSee: Neoplasm, connective tissue, benign;
Elastoma (juvenile)Q82.8
ElastomyofibrosisI42.4
Elastosis
ElbowCondition
Electric current, electricity, effects (concussion) (fatal) (nonfatal) (shock)T75.4
Electric feet syndromeE53.8
ElectrocutionT75.4
Electrolyte imbalanceE87.8
Elephantiasis (nonfilarial)I89.0
Elevated, elevation
Elliptocytosis (congenital) (hereditary)D58.1
Ellison-Zollinger syndromeE16.4
Ellis-van Creveld syndrome (chondroectodermal dysplasia)Q77.6
Elongated, elongation (congenital)See Also: Distortion;
Eltor choleraA00.1
Emaciation (due to malnutrition)E41
EmbadomoniasisA07.8
Embedded tooth, teethK01.0
EmbolicCondition
Embolism (multiple) (paradoxical)I74.9
EmbolusSee: Embolism;
EmbryomaSee Also: Neoplasm, uncertain behavior, by site;
Embryonic
Embryopathia NOSQ89.9
EmbryotoxonQ13.4
EmesisVomiting
Emotional labilityR45.86
Emotionality, pathologicalF60.3
Emotogenic diseaseSee: Disorder, psychogenic;
Emphysema (atrophic) (bullous) (chronic) (interlobular) (lung) (obstructive) (pulmonary) (senile) (vesicular)J43.9
Empty nest syndromeZ60.0
Empyema (acute) (chest) (double) (pleura) (supradiaphragmatic) (thorax)J86.9
En coup de sabre lesionL94.1
Enamel pearlsK00.2
EnamelomaK00.2
Enanthema, viralB09
Encephalitis (chronic) (hemorrhagic) (idiopathic) (nonepidemic) (spurious) (subacute)G04.90
EncephaloceleQ01.9
EncephalocystoceleEncephalocele
Encephaloduroarteriomyosynangiosis (EDAMS)I67.5
Encephalomalacia (brain) (cerebellar) (cerebral)See: Softening, brain;
EncephalomeningitisMeningoencephalitis
EncephalomeningoceleEncephalocele
EncephalomeningomyelitisMeningoencephalitis
EncephalomyelitisG04.90See Also: Encephalitis;
EncephalomyeloceleEncephalocele
EncephalomyelomeningitisMeningoencephalitis
EncephalomyelopathyG96.9
Encephalomyeloradiculitis (acute)G61.0
Encephalomyeloradiculoneuritis (acute) (Guillain-Barré)G61.0
EncephalomyeloradiculopathyG96.9
Encephalopathia hyperbilirubinemica, newbornP57.9
Encephalopathy (acute)G93.40
EncephalorrhagiaSee: Hemorrhage, intracranial, intracerebral;
Encephalosis, posttraumaticF07.81
EnchondromaSee Also: Neoplasm, bone, benign;
Enchondromatosis (cartilaginous) (multiple)Q78.4
EncopresisR15.9
Encounter (with health service) (for)Z76.89
EncystmentSee: Cyst;
Endarteritis (bacterial, subacute) (infective)I77.6
EndemicCondition
Endocarditis (chronic) (marantic) (nonbacterial) (thrombotic) (valvular)I38
Endocardium, endocardialCondition
EndocervicitisSee Also: Cervicitis;
EndocrineCondition
Endocrinopathy, pluriglandularE31.9
Endodontic
EndodontitisK04.01
EndomastoiditisSee: Mastoiditis;
EndometriomaN80.9
EndometriosisN80.9
Endometritis (decidual) (nonspecific) (purulent) (senile) (atrophic) (suppurative)N71.9
EndometriumCondition
Endomyocardiopathy, South AfricanI42.3
EndomyocarditisSee: Endocarditis;
EndomyofibrosisI42.3
EndomyometritisSee: Endometritis;
EndopericarditisSee: Endocarditis;
EndoperineuritisSee: Disorder, nerve;
EndophlebitisSee: Phlebitis;
EndophthalmiaSee: Endophthalmitis, purulent;
Endophthalmitis (acute) (infective) (metastatic) (subacute)H44.009
EndosalpingiomaD28.2
EndosalpingiosisN94.89
EndosteitisSee: Osteomyelitis;
Endothelioma, boneSee: Neoplasm, bone, malignant;
Endotheliosis (hemorrhagic infectional)D69.8
Endotoxemia - code to condition
EndotrachelitisSee: Cervicitis;
Engelmann (-Camurati) syndromeQ78.3
English diseaseSee: Rickets;
Engman's diseaseL30.3
Engorgement
Enlargement, enlargedSee Also: Hypertrophy;
EnophthalmosH05.40
EnostosisM27.8
Entamebic, entamebiasisAmebiasis
Entanglement
EnteralgiaSee: Pain, abdominal;
EntericCondition
Enteritis (acute) (diarrheal) (hemorrhagic) (noninfective)K52.9
EnterobiasisB80
Enterobius vermicularis (infection) (infestation)B80
EnteroceleSee Also: Hernia, abdomen;
EnterocolitisK52.9See Also: Enteritis;
EnterogastritisSee: Enteritis;
EnteropathyK63.9
EnteroperitonitisSee: Peritonitis;
EnteroptosisK63.4
EnterorrhagiaK92.2
EnterospasmSee Also: Syndrome, irritable, bowel;
EnterostenosisK56.699See Also: Obstruction, intestine, specified NEC;
Enterostomy
Enterovirus, as cause of disease classified elsewhereB97.10
Enthesopathy (peripheral)M77.9
EntomophobiaF40.218
EntomophthoromycosisB46.8
Entrance, air into veinSee: Embolism, air;
Entrapment, nerveSee: Neuropathy, entrapment;
Entropion (eyelid) (paralytic)H02.009
Enucleated eye (traumatic, current)S05.7
EnuresisR32
EosinopeniaSee: Agranulocytosis;
Eosinophilia (allergic) (hereditary) (idiopathic) (secondary)D72.1
Eosinophilia-myalgia syndromeM35.8
Ependymitis (acute) (cerebral) (chronic) (granular)Encephalomyelitis
Ependymoblastoma
Ependymoma (epithelial) (malignant)
EpendymopathyG93.89
Ephelis, ephelidesL81.2
Epiblepharon (congenital)Q10.3
Epicanthus, epicanthic fold (eyelid) (congenital)Q10.3
Epicondylitis (elbow)
EpicystitisSee: Cystitis;
EpidemicCondition
Epidermidalization, cervixSee: Dysplasia, cervix;
Epidermis, epidermalCondition
Epidermodysplasia verruciformisB07.8
Epidermolysis
EpidermophytidSee: Dermatophytosis;
Epidermophytosis (infected)See: Dermatophytosis;
EpididymisCondition
Epididymitis (acute) (nonvenereal) (recurrent) (residual)N45.1
Epididymo-orchitisN45.3See Also: Epididymitis;
EpiduralCondition
Epigastrium, epigastricCondition
EpigastroceleSee: Hernia, ventral;
EpiglottisCondition
Epiglottitis, epiglottiditis (acute)J05.10
EpignathusQ89.4
Epilepsia partialis continuaG40.1Kozhevnikof's epilepsy
Epilepsy, epileptic, epilepsia (attack) (cerebral) (convulsion) (fit) (seizure)G40.909
EpiloiaQ85.1
EpimenorrheaN92.0
EpipharyngitisSee: Nasopharyngitis;
EpiphoraH04.20
Epiphyseal arrestSee: Arrest, epiphyseal;
Epiphyseolysis, epiphysiolysisOsteochondropathy
EpiphysitisOsteochondropathy
EpiploceleSee: Hernia, abdomen;
EpiploitisSee: Peritonitis;
EpiplosarcomphaloceleSee: Hernia, umbilicus;
Episcleritis (suppurative)H15.10
Episode
Epispadias (female) (male)Q64.0
EpisplenitisD73.89
Epistaxis (multiple)R04.0
Epithelioma (malignant)See: also Neoplasm, malignant, by site;
Epitheliomatosis pigmentedQ82.1
Epitheliopathy, multifocal placoid pigmentH30.14
Epithelium, epithelialCondition
Epituberculosis (with atelectasis) (allergic)A15.7
EponychiaQ84.6
Epstein's
Epulis (gingiva) (fibrous) (giant cell)K06.8
EquiniaA24.0
Equinovarus (congenital) (talipes)Q66.0
Equivalent
Erb (-Duchenne) paralysis (birth injury) (newborn)P14.0
Erb-Goldflam disease or syndromeG70.00
Erb's
Erdheim's syndrome (acromegalic macrospondylitis)E22.0
Erection, painful (persistent)Priapism
Ergosterol deficiency (vitamin D)E55.9
ErgotismSee Also: Poisoning, food, noxious, plant;
Erosio interdigitalis blastomyceticaB37.2
Erosion
ErotomaniaF52.8
Error
EructationR14.2
Eruption
Erysipelas (gangrenous) (infantile) (newborn) (phlegmonous) (suppurative)A46
ErysipeloidA26.9
Erythema, erythematous (infectional) (inflammation)L53.9
Erythematous, erythematosusCondition
Erythermalgia (primary)I73.81
ErythralgiaI73.81
ErythrasmaL08.1
Erythredema (polyneuropathy)See: Poisoning, mercury;
Erythremia (acute)C94.0
ErythroblastopeniaD60.9See Also: Aplasia, red cell;
ErythroblastophthisisD61.09
Erythroblastosis (fetalis) (newborn)P55.9
Erythrocyanosis (crurum)I73.89
ErythrocythemiaSee: Erythremia;
Erythrocytosis (megalosplenic) (secondary)D75.1
Erythroderma (secondary)L53.9See Also: Erythema;
Erythrodysesthesia, palmar plantar (PPE)L27.1
Erythrogenesis imperfectaD61.09
ErythroleukemiaC94.0
ErythromelalgiaI73.81
ErythrophagocytosisD75.89
ErythrophobiaF40.298
Erythroplakia, oral epithelium, and tongueK13.29
Erythroplasia (Queyrat)D07.4
Escherichia coli (E. coli), as cause of disease classified elsewhereB96.20
EsophagismusK22.4
Esophagitis (acute) (alkaline) (chemical) (chronic) (infectional) (necrotic) (peptic) (postoperative)K20.9
EsophagoceleK22.5
EsophagomalaciaK22.8
EsophagospasmK22.4
EsophagostenosisK22.2
EsophagostomiasisB81.8
EsophagotrachealCondition
EsophagusCondition
EsophoriaH50.51
EsotropiaSee: Strabismus, convergent concomitant;
EspundiaB55.2
EssentialCondition
EsthesioneuroblastomaC30.0
EsthesioneurocytomaC30.0
EsthesioneuroepitheliomaC30.0
EsthiomeneA55
Estivo-autumnal malaria (fever)B50.9
Estrangement (marital)Z63.5
EstriasisSee: Myiasis;
EthanolismSee: Alcoholism;
EtherismSee: Dependence, drug, inhalant;
Ethmoid, ethmoidalCondition
Ethmoiditis (chronic) (nonpurulent) (purulent)See Also: Sinusitis, ethmoidal;
EthylismSee: Alcoholism;
Eulenburg's disease (congenital paramyotonia)G71.19
EumycetomaB47.0
EunuchoidismE29.1
European blastomycosisSee: Cryptococcosis;
EustachianCondition
Evaluation (for) (of)
Evans syndromeD69.41
Event
EventrationSee Also: Hernia, ventral;
Eversion
Evidence
Evisceration
EvulsionSee: Avulsion;
Ewing's sarcoma or tumorSee: Neoplasm, bone, malignant;
Examination (for) (following) (general) (of) (routine)Z00.00
Exanthem, exanthemaSee Also: Rash;
Excess, excessive, excessively
Excitability, abnormal, under minor stress (personality disorder)F60.3
Excitation
Excitement
Excoriation (traumatic)Abrasion
Exfoliation
ExfoliativeCondition
Exhaustion, exhaustive (physical NEC)R53.83
ExhibitionismF65.2
ExocervicitisSee: Cervicitis;
ExomphalosQ79.2
ExophoriaH50.52
ExophthalmosH05.2
ExostosisSee Also: Disorder, bone;
ExotropiaSee: Strabismus, divergent concomitant;
Explanation of
Exposure (to)T75.89See Also: Contact, with;
ExsanguinationSee: Hemorrhage;
Exstrophy
ExtensiveCondition
ExtraSee Also: Accessory;
Extrasystoles (supraventricular)I49.49
Extrauterine gestation or pregnancySee: Pregnancy, by site;
Extravasation
ExtremityCondition
ExtrophyExstrophy
Extroversion
Extruded tooth (teeth)M26.34
Extrusion
Exudate
ExudativeCondition
Eye, eyeball, eyelidCondition
EyestrainSee: Disturbance, vision, subjective;
Eyeworm disease of AfricaB74.3