2021 ICD-10-CM Diseases and Injuries - Index "L"

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
Labia, labiumCondition
Labile
Labioglossal paralysisG12.29
Labium leporinumSee: Cleft, lip;
LaborSee: Delivery;
Labored breathingSee: Hyperventilation;
Labyrinthitis (circumscribed) (destructive) (diffuse) (inner ear) (latent) (purulent) (suppurative)H83.0See Also: subcategory;
Laceration
Lack of
LacrimalCondition
Lacrimation, abnormalEpiphora
Lacrimonasal ductCondition
Lactation, lactating (breast) (puerperal, postpartum)
Lacticemia, excessiveE87.2
Lacunar skullQ75.8
Laennec's cirrhosisK70.30
Lafora's diseaseSee: Epilepsy, generalized, idiopathic;
Lag, lid (nervous)See: Retraction, lid;
Lagophthalmos (eyelid) (nervous)H02.209
Laki-Lorand factor deficiencySee: Defect, coagulation, specified type NEC;
LallingF80.0
Lambert-Eaton syndromeSee: Syndrome, Lambert-Eaton;
Lambliasis, lambliosisA07.1
Landau-Kleffner syndromeSee: Epilepsy, specified NEC;
Landouzy-Déjérine dystrophy or facioscapulohumeral atrophyG71.02
Landouzy's disease (icterohemorrhagic leptospirosis)A27.0
Landry-Guillain-Barré, syndrome or paralysisG61.0
Landry's disease or paralysisG61.0
Lane's
Langdon Down syndromeSee: Trisomy, 21;
Lapsed immunization schedule statusZ28.3
Large
Large-for-dates NEC (infant) (4000g to 4499g)P08.1
Larsen-Johansson disease orosteochondrosisSee: Osteochondrosis, juvenile, patella;
Larsen's syndrome (flattened facies and multiple congenital dislocations)Q74.8
Larva migrans
LaryngealCondition
Laryngismus (stridulus)J38.5
Laryngitis (acute) (edematous) (fibrinous) (infective) (infiltrative) (malignant) (membranous) (phlegmonous) (pneumococcal) (pseudomembranous) (septic) (subglottic) (suppurative) (ulcerative)J04.0
Laryngocele (congenital) (ventricular)Q31.3
LaryngofissureJ38.7
Laryngomalacia (congenital)Q31.5
Laryngopharyngitis (acute)J06.0
LaryngoplegiaJ38.00
LaryngoptosisJ38.7
LaryngospasmJ38.5
LaryngostenosisJ38.6
Laryngotracheitis (acute) (Infectional) (infective) (viral)J04.2
LaryngotracheobronchitisSee: Bronchitis;
Larynx, laryngealCondition
Lassa feverA96.2
LassitudeSee: Weakness;
Late
Late effect (s)See: Sequelae;
LatentCondition
LaterocessionLateroversion
LateroflexionLateroversion
Lateroversion
LathyrismSee: Poisoning, food, noxious, plant;
Launois' syndrome (pituitary gigantism)E22.0
Launois-Bensaude adenolipomatosisE88.89
Laurence-Moon (-Bardet)-Biedl syndromeQ87.89
Lax, laxityRelaxation
Laxative habitF55.2
Lazy leukocyte syndromeD70.8
Lead miner's lungJ63.6
Leak, leakage
Leaky heartSee: Endocarditis;
Learning defect (specific)F81.9
Leather bottle stomachC16.9
Leber's
Lederer's anemiaD59.1
Leeches (external)Hirudiniasis
LegCondition
Legg (-Calvé)-Perthes disease, syndrome or osteochondrosisM91.1
LegionellosisA48.1
Legionnaires'
Leigh's diseaseG31.82
Leiner's diseaseL21.1
LeiofibromyomaLeiomyoma
LeiomyoblastomaSee: Neoplasm, connective tissue, benign;
LeiomyofibromaSee Also: Neoplasm, connective tissue, benign;
LeiomyomaSee Also: Neoplasm, connective tissue, benign;
Leiomyoma, leiomyomatosis (intravascular)See: Neoplasm, connective tissue, uncertain behavior;
LeiomyosarcomaSee Also: Neoplasm, connective tissue, malignant;
LeishmaniasisB55.9
Leishmanoid, dermalSee Also: Leishmaniasis, cutaneous;
Lenegre's diseaseI44.2
Lengthening, legSee: Deformity, limb, unequal length;
Lennert's lymphomaSee: Lymphoma, Lennert's;
Lennox-Gastaut syndromeG40.812
LensCondition
Lenticonus (anterior) (posterior) (congenital)Q12.8
Lenticular degeneration, progressiveE83.01
Lentiglobus (posterior) (congenital)Q12.8
Lentigo (congenital)L81.4
Lentivirus, as cause of disease classified elsewhereB97.31
Leontiasis
LepothrixA48.8
LepraLeprosy
LeprechaunismE34.8
LeprosyA30.
Leptocytosis, hereditaryD56.9
Leptomeningitis (chronic) (circumscribed) (hemorrhagic) (nonsuppurative)See: Meningitis;
LeptomeningopathyG96.19
LeptospiralCondition
LeptospirochetalCondition
LeptospirosisA27.9
Leptus dermatitisB88.0
Leriche's syndrome (aortic bifurcation occlusion)I74.09
Leri's pleonosteosisQ78.8
Leri-Weill syndromeQ77.8
Lermoyez' syndromeSee: Vertigo, peripheral NEC;
Lesch-Nyhan syndromeE79.1
Leser-Trélat diseaseL82.1
Lesion (s) (nontraumatic)
LethargicCondition
LethargyR53.83
Letterer-Siwe's diseaseC96.0
Leukemia, leukemicC95.9
Leukemoid reactionD72.823See Also: Reaction, leukemoid;
Leukoaraiosis (hypertensive)I67.81
LeukoariosisSee: Leukoaraiosis;
LeukocoriaCondition
LeukocytopeniaD72.819
LeukocytosisD72.829
Leukoderma, leukodermia NECL81.5
LeukodystrophyE75.29
Leukoedema, oral epitheliumK13.29
LeukoencephalitisG04.81
LeukoencephalopathyG93.49See Also: Encephalopathy;
LeukoerythroblastosisD75.9
LeukokeratosisLeukoplakia
Leukokraurosis vulva (e)N90.4
Leukoma (cornea)See Also: Opacity, cornea;
Leukomalacia, cerebral, newbornP91.2
Leukomelanopathy, hereditaryD72.0
Leukonychia (punctata) (striata)L60.8
Leukopathia unguiumL60.8
LeukopeniaD72.819
LeukopenicCondition
Leukoplakia
LeukorrheaN89.8
LeukosarcomaC85.9
Levocardia (isolated)Q24.1
LevotranspositionQ20.5
Lev's disease or syndrome (acquired complete heart block)I44.2
LevulosuriaSee: Fructosuria;
LevuridL30.2
Lewy body (ies) (dementia) (disease)G31.83
Leyden-Moebius dystrophyG71.09
Leydig cell
Leydig-Sertoli cell tumor
LGSIL (Low grade squamous intraepithelial lesion on cytologic smear of)
Liar, pathologicF60.2
Libido
Libman-Sacks diseaseM32.11
Lice (infestation)B85.2
LichenL28.0
LichenificationL28.0
Lichenoides tuberculosis (primary)A18.4
Lichtheim's disease or syndromeD51.0
Lien migransD73.89
LigamentCondition
Light
Light-for-dates (infant)P05.00
Lightning (effects) (stroke) (struck by)T75.00
Lightwood-Albright syndromeN25.89
Lightwood's disease or syndrome (renal tubular acidosis)N25.89
Lignac (-de Toni) (-Fanconi) (-Debré) disease or syndromeE72.09
Ligneous thyroiditisE06.5
Likoff's syndromeI20.8
LimbCondition
Limbic epilepsy personality syndromeF07.0
Limitation, limited
Lindau (-von Hippel) diseaseQ85.8
Line (s)
Linea corneae senilisSee: Change, cornea, senile;
Lingua
LingualCondition
LinguatulosisB88.8
Linitis (gastric) plasticaC16.9
LipCondition
LipedemaSee: Edema;
LipemiaSee Also: Hyperlipidemia;
LipidosisE75.6
LipoadenomaSee: Neoplasm, benign, by site;
LipoblastomaLipoma
LipoblastomatosisLipoma
LipochondrodystrophyE76.01
Lipochrome histiocytosis (familial)D71
LipodermatosclerosisSee: Varix, leg, with, inflammation;
Lipodystrophia progressivaE88.1
Lipodystrophy (progressive)E88.1
LipofibromaLipoma
Lipofuscinosis, neuronal (with ceroidosis)E75.4
Lipogranuloma, sclerosingL92.8
LipogranulomatosisE78.89
LipoidCondition
LipoidemiaSee: Hyperlipidemia;
LipoidosisLipidosis
LipomaD17.9
LipomatosisE88.2
LipomyomaLipoma
LipomyxomaLipoma
LipomyxosarcomaSee: Neoplasm, connective tissue, malignant;
Lipoprotein metabolism disorderE78.9
LipoproteinemiaE78.5
LiposarcomaSee Also: Neoplasm, connective tissue, malignant;
Liposynovitis prepatellarisE88.89
Lipping, cervixN86
Lipschütz disease or ulcerN76.6
LipuriaR82.0
LispingF80.0
Lissauer's paralysisA52.17
Lissencephalia, lissencephalyQ04.3
Listeriosis, listerellosisA32.9
LithemiaE79.0
LithiasisSee: Calculus;
LithosisJ62.8
LithuriaR82.998
Litigation, anxiety concerningZ65.3
Little leaguer's elbowSee: Epicondylitis, medial;
Little's diseaseG80.9
Littre's
LittritisSee: Urethritis;
Livedo (annularis) (racemosa) (reticularis)R23.1
LiverCondition
Living alone (problems with)Z60.2
Lloyd's syndromeSee: Adenomatosis, endocrine;
Loa loa, loaiasis, loasisB74.3
LobarCondition
LobomycosisB48.0
Lobo's diseaseB48.0
Lobotomy syndromeF07.0
Lobstein (-Ekman) disease or syndromeQ78.0
Lobster-claw handQ71.6
Lobulation (congenital)See Also: Anomaly, by site;
Lobule, lobularCondition
Local, localizedCondition
Locked twins causing obstructed laborO66.1
Locked-in stateG83.5
Locking
LockjawSee: Tetanus;
Löffler's
Loiasis (with conjunctival infestation) (eyelid)B74.3
Lone Star feverA77.0
Long
Longitudinal stripes or grooves, nailsL60.8
Long-term (current) (prophylactic) drug therapy (use of)
Loop
LooseCondition
Loosening
Looser-Milkman (-Debray) syndromeM83.8
Lop ear (deformity)Q17.3
Lorain (-Levi) short stature syndromeE23.0
LordosisM40.50
Loss (of)
Louis-Bar syndrome (ataxia-telangiectasia)G11.3
Louping ill (encephalitis)A84.8
Louse, lousinessSee: Lice;
Low
Low-density-lipoprotein-type (LDL) hyperlipoproteinemiaE78.00
Lowe's syndromeE72.03
Lown-Ganong-Levine syndromeI45.6
LSD reaction (acute) (without dependence)F16.90
L-shaped kidneyQ63.8
LTBI (latent tuberculosis infection)Z22.7
Ludwig's angina or diseaseK12.2
Lues (venerea), lueticSee: Syphilis;
Luetscher's syndrome (dehydration)E86.0
Lumbago, lumbalgiaM54.5
LumbarCondition
Lumbarization, vertebra, congenitalQ76.49
Lumbermen's itchB88.0
LumpMass
LunacySee: Psychosis;
LungCondition
Lupoid (miliary) of BoeckD86.3
Lupus
LuteinomaD27.
Lutembacher's disease or syndrome (atrial septal defect with mitral stenosis)Q21.1
LuteomaD27.
Lutz (-Splendore-de Almeida) diseaseParacoccidioidomycosis
LuxationSee Also: Dislocation;
LycanthropyF22
Lyell's syndromeL51.2
Lyme diseaseA69.20
Lymph
LymphadenitisI88.9
Lymphadenoid goiterE06.3
Lymphadenopathy (generalized)R59.1
LymphadenosisR59.1
LymphangiectasisI89.0
Lymphangiectatic elephantiasis, nonfilarialI89.0
LymphangioendotheliomaD18.1
LymphangioleiomyomatosisJ84.81
LymphangiomaD18.1
LymphangiomyomaD18.1
LymphangiomyomatosisJ84.81
LymphangiosarcomaSee: Neoplasm, connective tissue, malignant;
LymphangitisI89.1
Lymphatic (vessel)Condition
LymphatismE32.8
LymphectasiaI89.0
Lymphedema (acquired)See Also: Elephantiasis;
LymphoblasticCondition
Lymphoblastoma (diffuse)See: Lymphoma, lymphoblastic (diffuse);
LymphoceleI89.8
Lymphocytic
Lymphocytoma, benign cutisL98.8
LymphocytopeniaD72.810
Lymphocytosis (symptomatic)D72.820
LymphoepitheliomaSee: Neoplasm, malignant, by site;
Lymphogranuloma (malignant)See Also: Lymphoma, Hodgkin;
Lymphogranulomatosis (malignant)See Also: Lymphoma, Hodgkin;
Lymphohistiocytosis, hemophagocytic (familial)D76.1
LymphoidCondition
Lymphoma (of) (malignant)C85.90
LymphomatosisSee: Lymphoma;
Lymphopathia venereum, venerisA55
LymphopeniaD72.810
Lymphoplasmacytic leukemiaSee: Leukemia, chronic lymphocytic, B-cell type;
Lymphoproliferation, X-linked diseaseD82.3
Lymphoreticulosis, benign (of inoculation)A28.1
LymphorrheaI89.8
Lymphosarcoma (diffuse)C85.9See Also: Lymphoma;
LymphostasisI89.8
LypemaniaMelancholia
Lysine and hydroxylysine metabolism disorderE72.3
LyssaRabies