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

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
Faber's syndrome (achlorhydric anemia)D50.9
Fabry (-Anderson) diseaseE75.21
Faciocephalalgia, autonomicG90.09See Also: Neuropathy, peripheral, autonomic;
Factor (s)
Fahr disease (of brain)G23.8
Fahr Volhard disease (of kidney)I12.
Failure, failed
Fainting (fit)R55
Fallen archesSee: Deformity, limb, flat foot;
Falling, falls (repeated)R29.6
Fallopian
Fallot's
FalseCondition
Family, familialCondition
Famine (effects of)T73.0
Fanconi (-de Toni) (-Debré) syndromeE72.09
Fanconi's anemia (congenital pancytopenia)D61.09
Farber's disease or syndromeE75.29
FarcyA24.0
Farmer's
FarsightednessSee: Hypermetropia;
FasciaCondition
FasciculationR25.3
FasciitisM72.9
FascioliasisB66.3
Fasciolopsis, fasciolopsiasis (intestinal)B66.5
Fascioscapulohumeral myopathyG71.02
Fast pulseR00.0
Fat
FatigueR53.83
FatnessObesity
FattyCondition
FaucesCondition
Fauchard's disease (periodontitis)See: Periodontitis;
FaucitisJ02.9
Favism (anemia)D55.0
FavusSee: Dermatophytosis;
Fazio-Londe disease or syndromeG12.1
Fear complex or reactionF40.9
Fear ofSee: Phobia;
Feared complaint unfoundedZ71.1
Febris, febrileSee Also: Fever;
Fecal
Fecalith (impaction)K56.41
Fede's diseaseK14.0
Feeble rapid pulse due to shock following injuryT79.4
Feeble-mindedF70
Feeding
Feeling (of)
Feer's diseaseSee: Poisoning, mercury;
FeetCondition
Feigned illnessZ76.5
Feil-Klippel syndrome (brevicollis)Q76.1
Feinmesser's (hidrotic) ectodermal dysplasiaQ82.4
FelinophobiaF40.218
FelonSee Also: Cellulitis, digit;
Felty's syndromeM05.00
Female genital cutting statusFemale genital mutilation status (FGM)
Female genital mutilation status (FGM)N90.810
Femur, femoralCondition
Fenestration, fenestratedSee Also: Imperfect, closure;
Fernell's disease (aortic aneurysm)I71.9
Fertile eunuch syndromeE23.0
Fetid
FetishismF65.0
Fetus, fetalCondition
Fever (inanition) (of unknown origin) (persistent) (with chills) (with rigor)R50.9
Fibrillation
Fibrin
FibrinogenolysisSee: Fibrinolysis;
FibrinogenopeniaD68.8
Fibrinolysis (hemorrhagic) (acquired)D65
Fibrinopenia (hereditary)D68.2
FibrinopurulentCondition
FibrinousCondition
Fibroadenoma
Fibroadenosis, breast (chronic) (cystic) (diffuse) (periodic) (segmental)N60.2
FibroangiomaSee Also: Neoplasm, benign, by site;
FibrochondrosarcomaSee: Neoplasm, cartilage, malignant;
Fibrocystic
Fibrodysplasia ossificans progressivaSee: Myositis, ossificans, progressiva;
Fibroelastosis (cordis) (endocardial) (endomyocardial)I42.4
Fibroid (tumor)See Also: Neoplasm, connective tissue, benign;
FibrolipomaLipoma
FibroliposarcomaSee: Neoplasm, connective tissue, malignant;
FibromaSee Also: Neoplasm, connective tissue, benign;
FibromatosisM72.9
FibromyalgiaM79.7
FibromyomaSee Also: Neoplasm, connective tissue, benign;
FibromyositisM79.7
FibromyxolipomaD17.9
FibromyxomaSee: Neoplasm, connective tissue, benign;
FibromyxosarcomaSee: Neoplasm, connective tissue, malignant;
Fibro-odontoma, ameloblasticSee: Cyst, calcifying odontogenic;
Fibro-osteomaSee: Neoplasm, bone, benign;
Fibroplasia, retrolentalH35.17
FibropurulentCondition
FibrosarcomaSee Also: Neoplasm, connective tissue, malignant;
Fibrosclerosis
Fibrosis, fibrotic
Fibrositis (periarticular)M79.7
FibrothoraxJ94.1
FibroticSee: Fibrosis;
FibrousCondition
FibroxanthomaSee Also: Neoplasm, connective tissue, benign;
FibroxanthosarcomaSee: Neoplasm, connective tissue, malignant;
Fiedler's
Fifth diseaseB08.3
Filaria, filarial, filariasisSee: Infestation, filarial;
Filatov's diseaseSee: Mononucleosis, infectious;
File-cutter's diseaseSee: Poisoning, lead;
Filling defect
Fimbrial cystQ50.4
Financial problem affecting care NOSZ59.9
Findings, abnormal, inconclusive, without diagnosisSee Also: Abnormal;
FingerCondition
Fire, Saint Anthony'sSee: Erysipelas;
Fire-setting
Fish hook stomachK31.89
Fishmeal-worker's lungJ67.8
Fissure, fissured
Fistula (cutaneous)L98.8
FitR56.9
Fitting (and adjustment) (of)
Fitzhugh-Curtis syndrome
Fitz's syndrome (acute hemorrhagic pancreatitis)K85.80See Also: Pancreatitis, acute;
Fixation
Flabby ridgeK06.8
FlaccidCondition
Flail
Flajani's diseaseSee: Hyperthyroidism, with, goiter (diffuse);
Flap, liverK71.3
Flashbacks (residual to hallucinogen use)F16.283
Flat
Flatau-Schilder diseaseG37.0
Flatback syndromeM40.30
Flattening
FlatulenceR14.3
FlatusR14.3
Flax-dresser's diseaseJ66.1
Flea biteSee: Injury, bite, by site, superficial, insect;
Flecks, glaucomatous (subcapsular)See: Cataract, complicated;
Fleischer (-Kayser) ring (cornea)H18.04
Fleshy moleO02.0
Flexibilitas cereaSee: Catalepsy;
Flexion
Flexner-Boyd dysenteryA03.2
Flexner's dysenteryA03.1
FlexureFlexion
Flint murmur (aortic insufficiency)I35.1
Floater, vitreousSee: Opacity, vitreous;
Floating
FloodingN92.0
FloorCondition
Floppy
FluSee Also: Influenza;
Fluctuating blood pressureI99.8
Fluid
Flukes NECSee Also: Infestation, fluke;
Fluor (vaginalis)N89.8
Fluorosis
Flush syndromeE34.0
FlushingR23.2
Flutter
FNHTR (febrile nonhemolytic transfusion reaction)R50.84
Fochier's abscess - code by site under Abscess
Focus, Assmann'sSee: Tuberculosis, pulmonary;
Fogo selvagemL10.3
Foix-Alajouanine syndromeG95.19
Fold, folds (anomalous)See Also: Anomaly, by site;
Folie à deuxF24
Follicle
FollicularCondition
Folliculitis (superficial)L73.9
Folliculome lipidique
Følling's diseaseE70.0
Follow-upSee: Examination, follow-up;
Fong's syndrome (hereditary osteo-onychodysplasia)Q87.2
Food
FootCondition
Foramen ovale (nonclosure) (patent) (persistent)Q21.1
Forbes' glycogen storage diseaseE74.03
Fordyce-Fox diseaseL75.2
Fordyce's disease (mouth)Q38.6
ForearmCondition
Foreign body
Forestier's disease (rhizomelic pseudopolyarthritis)M35.3
Formation
FormicationR20.2
Fort Bragg feverA27.89
FossaCondition
Foster-Kennedy syndromeH47.14
Fothergill's
Foul breathR19.6
FoundlingZ76.1
Fournier disease or gangreneN49.3
Fourth
Foville's (peduncular) disease or syndromeG46.3
Fox (-Fordyce) disease (apocrine miliaria)L75.2
FPIES (food protein-induced enterocolitis syndrome)K52.21
Fracture, burstSee: Fracture, traumatic, by site;
Fracture, chronicSee: Fracture, pathological, by site;
Fracture, insufficiencySee: Fracture, pathological, by site;
Fracture, nontraumatic, NEC
Fracture, pathological (pathologic)See Also: Fracture, traumatic M84.40;
Fracture, traumatic (abduction) (adduction) (separation)T14.8See Also: Fracture, pathological;
Fragile, fragility
Fragilitas
Fragments, cataract (lens), following cataract surgeryH59.02
Frailty (frail)R54
Frambesia, frambesial (tropica)Yaws
Frambeside
FrambesiomaA66.1
Franceschetti-Klein (-Wildervanck) disease or syndromeQ75.4
Francis' diseaseTularemia
Franklin diseaseC88.2
Frank's essential thrombocytopeniaD69.3
Fraser's syndromeQ87.0
Freckle (s)L81.2
Frederickson's hyperlipoproteinemia, type
Freeman Sheldon syndromeQ87.0
FreezingT69.9See Also: Effect, adverse, cold;
Freiberg's disease (infraction of metatarsal head or osteochondrosis)See: Osteochondrosis, juvenile, metatarsus;
Frei's diseaseA55
Fremitus, friction, cardiacR01.2
Frenum, frenulum
Frequency micturition (nocturnal)R35.0
Frey's syndrome
Friction
Friderichsen-Waterhouse syndrome or diseaseA39.1
Friedländer's B (bacillus) NECA49.8Condition
Friedreich's
FrigidityF52.22
Fröhlich's syndromeE23.6
FrontalCondition
Frostbite (superficial)T33.90
FrotteurismF65.81
FrozenT69.9See Also: Effect, adverse, cold;
Fructokinase deficiencyE74.11
Fructose 1,6 diphosphatase deficiencyE74.19
Fructosemia (benign) (essential)E74.12
Fructosuria (benign) (essential)E74.11
Fuchs'
FucosidosisE77.1
FugueR68.89
Fulminant, fulminatingCondition
FunctionalCondition
Functioning, intellectual, borderlineR41.83
FundusCondition
Fungemia NOSB49
Fungus, fungous
Funiculitis (acute) (chronic) (endemic)N49.1
Funnel
FUO (fever of unknown origin)R50.9
FurfurL21.0
Furrier's lungJ67.8
FurrowedK14.5
FuruncleL02.92
FurunculosisFuruncle
FusedSee: Fusion, fused;
Fusion, fused (congenital)
Fusospirillosis (mouth) (tongue) (tonsil)A69.1
Fussy babyR68.12