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

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
Gain in weight (abnormal) (excessive)See Also: Weight, gain;
Gaisböck's disease (polycythemia hypertonica)D75.1
Gait abnormalityR26.9
Galactocele (breast)N64.89
Galactokinase deficiencyE74.29
GalactophoritisN61.0
GalactorrheaO92.6
Galactosemia (classic) (congenital)E74.21
GalactosuriaE74.29
GalacturiaR82.0
GALD (gestational alloimmune liver disease)P78.84
Galeazzi's fractureS52.37
Galen's veinCondition
GaleophobiaF40.218
Gall ductCondition
GallbladderCondition
Gallop rhythmR00.8
Gallstone (colic) (cystic duct) (gallbladder) (impacted) (multiple)See Also: Calculus, gallbladder;
GamblingZ72.6
Gammopathy (of undetermined significance [MGUS])D47.2
Gamna's disease (siderotic splenomegaly)D73.1
GamophobiaF40.298
Gampsodactylia (congenital)Q66.7
Gamstorp's disease (adynamia episodica hereditaria)G72.3
Gandy-Nanta disease (siderotic splenomegaly)D73.1
Gang
GangliocytomaD36.10
GangliogliomaSee: Neoplasm, uncertain behavior, by site;
Ganglion (compound) (diffuse) (joint) (tendon (sheath))M67.40
GanglioneuroblastomaSee: Neoplasm, nerve, malignant;
GanglioneuromaD36.10
GanglioneuromatosisD36.10
Ganglionitis
GangliosidosisE75.10
GangosaA66.5
Gangrene, gangrenous (connective tissue) (dropsical) (dry) (moist) (skin) (ulcer)I96See Also: Necrosis;
Ganister diseaseJ62.8
Ganser's syndrome (hysterical)F44.89
Gardner-Diamond syndrome (autoerythrocyte sensitization)D69.2
GargoylismE76.01
Garré's disease, osteitis (sclerosing), osteomyelitisSee: Osteomyelitis, specified type NEC;
Garrod's pad, knuckleM72.1
Gartner's duct
GasR14.3
GastralgiaSee Also: Pain, abdominal;
GastrectasisK31.0
GastricCondition
Gastrinoma
Gastritis (simple)K29.70
GastrocarcinomaSee: Neoplasm, malignant, stomach;
GastrocolicCondition
Gastrodisciasis, gastrodiscoidiasisB66.8
GastroduodenitisK29.90
GastrodyniaSee: Pain, abdominal;
Gastroenteritis (acute) (chronic) (noninfectious)K52.9See Also: Enteritis;
GastroenteropathyK52.9See Also: Gastroenteritis;
GastroenteroptosisK63.4
Gastroesophageal laceration- hemorrhage syndromeK22.6
GastrointestinalCondition
GastrojejunalCondition
GastrojejunitisK52.9See Also: Enteritis;
GastrojejunocolicCondition
GastrolithsK31.89
GastromalaciaK31.89
GastroparalysisK31.84
GastroparesisK31.84
GastropathyK31.9
GastroptosisK31.89
GastrorrhagiaK92.2
Gastroschisis (congenital)Q79.3
Gastrospasm (neurogenic) (reflex)K31.89
GastrostaxisSee: Gastritis, with bleeding;
GastrostenosisK31.89
Gastrostomy
Gastrosuccorrhea (continuous) (intermittent)K31.89
GatophobiaF40.218
Gaucher's disease or splenomegaly (adult) (infantile)E75.22
Gee (-Herter) (-Thaysen) disease (nontropical sprue)K90.0
Gélineau's syndromeG47.419
Gemination, tooth, teethK00.2
Gemistocytoma
General, generalizedCondition
Genetic
GenitalCondition
Genito-anorectal syndromeA55
Genitourinary systemCondition
Genu
Geographic tongueK14.1
GeophagiaPica
GeotrichosisB48.3
GephyrophobiaF40.242
Gerbode defectQ21.0
GERD (gastroesophageal reflux disease)K21.9
Gerhardt's
German measlesSee Also: Rubella;
Germinoblastoma (diffuse)C85.9
GerminomaSee: Neoplasm, malignant, by site;
GerontoxonSee: Degeneration, cornea, senile;
Gerstmann's syndromeR48.8
Gerstmann-Sträussler-Scheinker syndrome (GSS)A81.82
Gestation (period)See Also: Pregnancy;
Gestational
Ghon tubercle, primary infectionA15.7
Ghost
Ghoul handA66.3
Gianotti-Crosti diseaseL44.4
Giant
GiardiasisA07.1
Gibert's disease or pityriasisL42
GiddinessR42
Gierke's disease (glycogenosis I)E74.01
Gigantism (cerebral) (hypophyseal) (pituitary)E22.0
Gilbert's disease or syndromeE80.4
Gilchrist's diseaseB40.9
Gilford-Hutchinson diseaseE34.8
Gilles de la Tourette's disease or syndrome (motor-verbal tic)F95.2
GingivitisK05.10
GingivoglossitisK14.0
GingivopericementitisSee: Periodontitis;
GingivosisSee: Gingivitis, chronic;
GingivostomatitisK05.10
Gland, glandularCondition
GlandersA24.0
Glanzmann (-Naegeli) disease or thrombastheniaD69.1
Glasgow coma scale
Glass-blower's disease (cataract)See: Cataract, specified NEC;
GlaucomaH40.9
Glaucomatous flecks (subcapsular)See: Cataract, complicated;
Glazed tongueK14.4
Gleet (gonococcal)A54.01
Glénard's diseaseK63.4
Glioblastoma (multiforme)
Glioma (malignant)
Gliomatosis cerebriC71.0
GlioneuromaSee: Neoplasm, uncertain behavior, by site;
Gliosarcoma
Gliosis (cerebral)G93.89
Glisson's diseaseSee: Rickets;
GlobinuriaR82.3
Globus (hystericus)F45.8
GlomangiomaD18.00
GlomangiomyomaD18.00
GlomangiosarcomaSee: Neoplasm, connective tissue, malignant;
Glomerular
GlomerulitisGlomerulonephritis
GlomerulonephritisN05.9See Also: Nephritis;
GlomerulopathyGlomerulonephritis
GlomerulosclerosisSee Also: Sclerosis, renal;
GlossagraK14.6
GlossalgiaK14.6
Glossitis (chronic superficial) (gangrenous) (Moeller's)K14.0
GlossoceleK14.8
GlossodyniaK14.6
GlossoncusK14.8
GlossopathyK14.9
GlossophytiaK14.3
GlossoplegiaK14.8
GlossoptosisK14.8
GlossopyrosisK14.6
GlossotrichiaK14.3
Glossy skinL90.8
GlottisCondition
GlottitisJ04.0See Also: Laryngitis;
Glucagonoma
GlucoglycinuriaE72.51
Glucose-galactose malabsorptionE74.39
Glue
Glutaric aciduriaE72.3
GlycinemiaE72.51
Glycinuria (renal) (with ketosis)E72.09
Glycogen
Glycogenosis (diffuse) (generalized)See Also: Disease, glycogen storage;
GlycopeniaE16.2
GlycosuriaR81
Gnathostoma spinigerum (infection) (infestation), gnathostomiasis (wandering swelling)B83.1
Goiter (plunging) (substernal)E04.9
Goiter-deafness syndromeE07.1
Goldberg syndromeQ89.8
Goldberg-Maxwell syndromeE34.51
Goldblatt's hypertension or kidneyI70.1
Goldenhar (-Gorlin) syndromeQ87.0
Goldflam-Erb disease or syndromeG70.00
Goldscheider's diseaseQ81.8
Goldstein's disease (familial hemorrhagic telangiectasia)I78.0
Golfer's elbowSee: Epicondylitis, medial;
Gonadoblastoma
GonecystitisSee: Vesiculitis;
GongylonemiasisB83.8
GoniosynechiaeSee: Adhesions, iris, goniosynechiae;
GonococcemiaA54.86
Gonococcus, gonococcal (disease) (infection)A54.9Condition
Gonocytoma
Gonorrhea (acute) (chronic)A54.9
Goodall's diseaseA08.19
Goodpasture's syndromeM31.0
Gopalan's syndrome (burning feet)E53.0
Gorlin-Chaudry-Moss syndromeQ87.0
Gottron's papulesL94.4
Gougerot-Blum syndrome (pigmented purpuric lichenoid dermatitis)L81.7
Gougerot-Carteaud disease or syndrome (confluent reticulate papillomatosis)L83
Gougerot's syndrome (trisymptomatic)L81.7
Gouley's syndrome (constrictive pericarditis)I31.1
GoundouA66.6
Gout, chronicM1A.9See Also: Gout, gouty;
Gout, gouty (acute) (attack) (flare)M10.9Gout, chronic
Gower's
Gradenigo's syndromeSee: Otitis, media, suppurative, acute;
Graefe's diseaseSee: Strabismus, paralytic, ophthalmoplegia, progressive;
Graft-versus-host diseaseD89.813
Grain mite (itch)B88.0
Grainhandler's disease or lungJ67.8
Grand malSee: Epilepsy, generalized, specified NEC;
Grand multipara status only (not pregnant)Z64.1
Granite worker's lungJ62.8
GranularCondition
Granulation tissue (abnormal) (excessive)L92.9
Granulocytopenia (primary) (malignant)See: Agranulocytosis;
GranulomaL92.9
GranulomatosisL92.9
Granulomatous tissue (abnormal) (excessive)L92.9
Granulosis rubra nasiL74.8
Graphite fibrosis (of lung)J63.3
GraphospasmF48.8
Grating scapulaM89.8X1
Gravel (urinary)See: Calculus, urinary;
Graves' diseaseSee: Hyperthyroidism, with, goiter;
GravisCondition
Grawitz tumorC64.
Gray syndrome (newborn)P93.0
Grayness, hair (premature)L67.1
Green sicknessD50.8
Greenfield's disease
Greenstick fracture - code as Fracture, by site
Grey syndrome (newborn)P93.0
GriefF43.21
Griesinger's diseaseB76.0
Grinder's lung or pneumoconiosisJ62.8
Grinding, teeth
Grip
Grippe, grippalSee Also: Influenza;
Grisel's diseaseM43.6
GroinCondition
Grooved tongueK14.5
Ground itchB76.9
Grover's disease or syndromeL11.1
Growing pains, childrenR29.898
Growth (fungoid) (neoplastic) (new)See Also: Neoplasm;
Gruby's diseaseB35.0
Gubler-Millard paralysis or syndromeG46.3
Guerin-Stern syndromeQ74.3
Guidance, insufficient anterior (occlusal)M26.54
Guillain-Barré disease or syndromeG61.0
Guinea worms (infection) (infestation)B72
Guinon's disease (motor-verbal tic)F95.2
Gull's diseaseE03.4
GumCondition
GumboilK04.7
Gumma (syphilitic)A52.79
Gunn's syndromeQ07.8
Gunshot woundWound, open
GynandrismQ56.0
Gynandroblastoma
Gynecological examination (periodic) (routine)Z01.419
GynecomastiaN62
GynephobiaF40.291
Gyrate scalpQ82.8