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

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
Macacus earQ17.3
Maceration, wet feet, tropical (syndrome)T69.02
MacLeod's syndromeJ43.0
Macrocephalia, macrocephalyQ75.3
Macrocheilia, macrochilia (congenital)Q18.6
MacrocolonQ43.1See Also: Megacolon;
MacrocorneaQ15.8
MacrocyticCondition
MacrocytosisD75.89
Macrodactylia, macrodactylism (fingers) (thumbs)Q74.0
MacrodontiaK00.2
MacrogeniaM26.05
Macrogenitosomia (adrenal) (male) (praecox)E25.9
Macroglobulinemia (idiopathic) (primary)C88.0
Macroglossia (congenital)Q38.2
Macrognathia, macrognathism (congenital) (mandibular) (maxillary)M26.09
Macrogyria (congenital)Q04.8
MacrohydrocephalusSee: Hydrocephalus;
MacromastiaSee: Hypertrophy, breast;
MacrophthalmosQ11.3
MacropsiaH53.15
MacrosigmoidK59.39
Macrospondylitis , acromegalicE22.0
Macrostomia (congenital)Q18.4
Macrotia (external ear) (congenital)Q17.1
Macula
Maculae ceruleae --B85.1
Maculopathy, toxicSee: Degeneration, macula, toxic;
Madarosis (eyelid)H02.729
Madelung's
MadnessSee: Psychosis;
Madura
MaduromycosisB47.0
Maffucci's syndromeQ78.4
Magnesium metabolism disorderSee: Disorder, metabolism, magnesium;
Main en griffe (acquired)See Also: Deformity, limb, clawhand;
Maintenance (encounter for)
Majocchi's
MajorCondition
Mal de los pintosPinta
Mal de merT75.3
Malabar itch (any site)B35.5
MalabsorptionK90.9
Malacia, bone (adult)M83.9
Malacoplakia
Malacosteon, juvenileSee: Rickets;
MaladaptationMaladjustment
Maladie de RogerQ21.0
Maladjustment
MalaiseR53.81
MalakoplakiaMalacoplakia
Malaria, malarial (fever)B54
Malassez's disease (cystic)N50.89
MalassimilationK90.9
Maldescent, testisQ53.9
MaldevelopmentSee Also: Anomaly;
Male type pelvisQ74.2
Malformation (congenital)See Also: Anomaly;
MalfunctionDysfunction
Malherbe's tumorSee: Neoplasm, skin, benign;
Malibu diseaseL98.8
MalignancySee Also: Neoplasm, malignant, by site;
MalignantCondition
Malingerer, malingeringZ76.5
Mallet finger (acquired)See: Deformity, finger, mallet finger;
MalleusA24.0
Mallory's bodiesR89.7
Mallory-Weiss syndromeK22.6
MalnutritionE46
Malocclusion (teeth)M26.4
Malposition
MalpostureR29.3
Malrotation
Malta feverSee: Brucellosis;
Maltreatment
Maltworker's lungJ67.4
Malunion, fractureSee: Fracture, by site;
MammillitisN61.0
MammitisSee: Mastitis;
Mammogram (examination)Z12.39
MammoplasiaN62
Management (of)
MangledSee: specified injury by site;
Mania (monopolar)See Also: Disorder, mood, manic episode;
Manic depressionF31.9
Manic-depressive insanity, psychosis, or syndromeSee: Disorder, bipolar;
MannosidosisE77.1
Mansonelliasis, mansonellosisB74.4
Manson's
ManualCondition
Maple-bark-stripper's lung (disease)J67.6
Maple-syrup-urine diseaseE71.0
Marable's syndrome (celiac artery compression)I77.4
MarasmusE41
Marble
Marburg virus diseaseA98.3
March
Marchesani (-Weill) syndromeQ87.0
Marchiafava (-Bignami) syndrome or diseaseG37.1
Marchiafava-Micheli syndromeD59.5
Marcus Gunn's syndromeQ07.8
Marfan's syndromeSee: Syndrome, Marfan's;
Marie-Bamberger diseaseSee: Osteoarthropathy, hypertrophic, specified NEC;
Marie-Charcot-Tooth neuropathic muscular atrophyG60.0
Marie's
Marie-Strümpell arthritis, disease or spondylitisSee: Spondylitis, ankylosing;
Marion's disease (bladder neck obstruction)N32.0
Marital conflictZ63.0
Mark
Marker heterochromatinSee: Extra, marker chromosomes;
Maroteaux-Lamy syndrome (mild) (severe)E76.29
Marrow (bone)
Marseilles feverA77.1
Marsh feverSee: Malaria;
Marshall's (hidrotic) ectodermal dysplasiaQ82.4
Marsh's disease (exophthalmic goiter)E05.00
Masculinization (female) with adrenal hyperplasiaE25.9
MasculinovoblastomaD27.
Masochism (sexual)F65.51
Mason's lungJ62.8
Mass
MassiveCondition
Mast cell
MastalgiaN64.4
Masters-Allen syndromeN83.8
Mastitis (acute) (diffuse) (nonpuerperal) (subacute)N61.0
Mastocytoma (extracutaneous)D47.09
MastocytosisD47.09
MastodyniaN64.4
MastoidCondition
Mastoidalgia
Mastoiditis (coalescent) (hemorrhagic) (suppurative)H70.9
Mastopathy, mastopathiaN64.9
Mastoplasia, mastoplastiaN62
Masturbation (excessive)F98.8
Maternal care (for)See: Pregnancy (complicated by) (management affected by);
Matheiu's disease (leptospiral jaundice)A27.0
Mauclaire's disease or osteochondrosisSee: Osteochondrosis, juvenile, hand, metacarpal;
Maxcy's diseaseA75.2
Maxilla, maxillaryCondition
May (-Hegglin) anomaly or syndromeD72.0
McArdle (-Schmid) (-Pearson) disease (glycogen storage)E74.04
McCune-Albright syndromeQ78.1
McQuarrie's syndrome (idiopathic familial hypoglycemia)E16.2
Meadow's syndromeQ86.1
Measles (black) (hemorrhagic) (suppressed)B05.9
Meatitis, urethralSee: Urethritis;
Meatus, meatalCondition
Meat-wrappers' asthmaJ68.9
Meckel-Gruber syndromeQ61.9
Meckel's diverticulitis, diverticulum (displaced) (hypertrophic)Q43.0
Meconium
MedianCondition
Mediastinal shiftR93.89
Mediastinitis (acute) (chronic)J98.51
MediastinopericarditisSee Also: Pericarditis;
Mediastinum, mediastinalCondition
Medicine poisoningSee: Table of Drugs and Chemicals, by drug, poisoning;
Mediterranean
MedullaCondition
Medullary cystic kidneyQ61.5
Medullated fibers
Medulloblastoma
MedulloepitheliomaSee Also: Neoplasm, malignant, by site;
Medullomyoblastoma
Meekeren-Ehlers-Danlos syndromeQ79.69See Also: Syndrome, Ehlers-Danlos;
Megacolon (acquired) (functional) (not Hirschsprung's disease) (in)K59.39
Megaesophagus (functional)K22.0
MegalencephalyQ04.5
Megalerythema (epidemic)B08.3
MegaloappendixQ43.8
Megalocephalus, megalocephaly NECQ75.3
MegalocorneaQ15.8
Megalocytic anemiaD53.1
Megalodactylia (fingers) (thumbs) (congenital)Q74.0
MegaloduodenumQ43.8
Megaloesophagus (functional)K22.0
Megalogastria (acquired)K31.89
MegalophthalmosQ11.3
MegalopsiaH53.15
MegalospleniaSee: Splenomegaly;
MegaloureterN28.82
MegarectumK62.89
MegasigmoidK59.39
MegaureterN28.82
Megavitamin-B6 syndromeE67.2
MegrimSee: Migraine;
Meibomian
MeibomitisSee: Hordeolum;
Meige-Milroy disease (chronic hereditary edema)Q82.0
Meige's syndromeQ82.0
Melalgia, nutritionalE53.8
MelancholiaF32.9
MelanemiaR79.89
MelanoameloblastomaSee: Neoplasm, bone, benign;
MelanoblastomaSee: Melanoma;
MelanocarcinomaSee: Melanoma;
Melanocytoma, eyeballD31.9
Melanocytosis, neurocutaneousQ82.8
Melanoderma, melanodermiaL81.4
Melanodontia, infantileK03.89
MelanodontoclasiaK03.89
MelanoepitheliomaSee: Melanoma;
Melanoma (malignant)C43.9
MelanosarcomaSee Also: Melanoma;
MelanosisL81.4
MelanuriaR82.998
MELAS syndromeE88.41
MelasmaL81.1
MelenaK92.1
Meleney's
MelioidosisA24.9
Melitensis, febrisA23.0
Melkersson (-Rosenthal) syndromeG51.2
Mellitus, diabetesSee: Diabetes;
Melorheostosis (bone)See: Disorder, bone, density and structure, specified NEC;
MeloschisisQ18.4
MelotiaQ17.4
Membrana
Membranacea placentaO43.19
Membranaceous uterusN85.8
Membrane (s), membranousCondition
MembranitisChorioamnionitis
Memory disturbance, lack or lossAmnesia
Menadione deficiencyE56.1
Menarche
Mendacity, pathologicF60.2
Mendelson's syndrome (due to anesthesia)J95.4
Ménétrier's disease or syndromeK29.60
Ménière's disease, syndrome or vertigoH81.0
Meninges, meningealCondition
MeningiomaSee Also: Neoplasm, meninges, benign;
Meningiomatosis (diffuse)See: Neoplasm, meninges, uncertain behavior;
MeningismSee: Meningismus;
Meningismus (infectional) (pneumococcal)R29.1
Meningitis (basal) (basic) (brain) (cerebral) (cervical) (congestive) (diffuse) (hemorrhagic) (infantile) (membranous) (metastatic) (nonspecific) (pontine) (progressive) (simple) (spinal) (subacute) (sympathetic) (toxic)G03.9
Meningocele (spinal)See Also: Spina bifida;
MeningocerebritisMeningoencephalitis
MeningococcemiaA39.4
Meningococcus, meningococcalA39.9Condition
MeningoencephalitisG04.90See Also: Encephalitis;
MeningoencephaloceleEncephalocele
MeningoencephalomyelitisMeningoencephalitis
MeningoencephalomyelopathyG96.9
MeningoencephalopathyG96.9
MeningomyelitisMeningoencephalitis
MeningomyeloceleSee Also: Spina bifida;
MeningomyeloneuritisMeningoencephalitis
MeningoradiculitisSee: Meningitis;
MeningovascularCondition
Menkes' disease or syndromeE83.09
MenometrorrhagiaN92.1
Menopause, menopausal (asymptomatic) (state)Z78.0
Menorrhagia (primary)N92.0
MenostaxisN92.0
Menses, retentionN94.89
MenstrualMenstruation
Menstruation
MentalCondition
Meralgia parestheticaG57.1
MercurialCondition
Mercurialism
Merkel cell tumorSee: Carcinoma, Merkel cell;
MeroceleSee: Hernia, femoral;
Meromelia
MERRF syndrome (myoclonic epilepsy associated with ragged-red fiber)E88.42
Merzbacher-Pelizaeus diseaseE75.29
MesaortitisSee: Aortitis;
MesarteritisArteritis
MesencephalitisSee: Encephalitis;
MesenchymomaSee Also: Neoplasm, connective tissue, uncertain behavior;
Mesenteritis
Mesentery, mesentericCondition
Mesiodens, mesiodentesK00.1
Mesio-occlusionM26.213
MesocolonCondition
Mesonephroma (malignant)See: Neoplasm, malignant, by site;
MesophlebitisSee: Phlebitis;
Mesostromal dysgenesiaQ13.89
Mesothelioma (malignant)C45.9
Metabolic syndromeE88.81
MetagonimiasisB66.8
Metagonimus infestation (intestine)B66.8
Metal
MetamorphopsiaH53.15
Metaplasia
Metastasis, metastatic
MetastrongyliasisB83.8
MetatarsalgiaM77.4
Metatarsus, metatarsalCondition
Methadone useSee: Use, opioid;
MethemoglobinemiaD74.9
MethemoglobinuriaHemoglobinuria
MethioninemiaE72.19
Methylmalonic acidemiaE71.120
Metritis (catarrhal) (hemorrhagic) (septic) (suppurative)See Also: Endometritis;
Metropathia hemorrhagicaN93.8
MetroperitonitisSee: Peritonitis, pelvic, female;
MetrorrhagiaN92.1
MetrorrhexisSee: Rupture, uterus;
MetrosalpingitisN70.91
MetrostaxisN93.8
MetrovaginitisSee: Endometritis;
Meyer-Schwickerath and Weyers syndromeQ87.0
Meynert's amentia (nonalcoholic)F04
Mibelli's disease (porokeratosis)Q82.8
Mice, jointSee: Loose, body, joint;
Micrencephalon, micrencephalyQ02
MicroalbuminuriaR80.9
Microaneurysm, retinalSee Also: Disorder, retina, microaneurysms;
Microangiopathy (peripheral)I73.9
Microcalcifications, breastR92.0
Microcephalus, microcephalic, microcephalyQ02
MicrocheiliaQ18.7
Microcolon (congenital)Q43.8
Microcornea (congenital)Q13.4
MicrocyticCondition
Microdeletions NECQ93.88
MicrodontiaK00.2
MicrodrepanocytosisD57.40
Microembolism
MicroencephalonQ02
Microfilaria streptocerca infestationSee: Onchocerciasis;
Microgastria (congenital)Q40.2
MicrogeniaM26.06
Microgenitalia, congenital
MicrogliomaSee: Lymphoma, non-Hodgkin, specified NEC;
Microglossia (congenital)Q38.3
Micrognathia, micrognathism (congenital) (mandibular) (maxillary)M26.09
Microgyria (congenital)Q04.3
Microinfarct of heartSee: Insufficiency, coronary;
Microlentia (congenital)Q12.8
Microlithiasis, alveolar, pulmonaryJ84.02
MicromastiaN64.82
Micromyelia (congenital)Q06.8
MicropenisQ55.62
Microphakia (congenital)Q12.8
Microphthalmos, microphthalmia (congenital)Q11.2
MicropsiaH53.15
Microscopic polyangiitis (polyarteritis)M31.7
MicrosporidiosisB60.8
Microsporon furfur infestationB36.0
MicrosporosisSee Also: Dermatophytosis;
Microstomia (congenital)Q18.5
Microtia (congenital) (external ear)Q17.2
MicrotropiaH50.40
Microvillus inclusion disease (MVD) (MVID)Q43.8
Micturition
Mid planeCondition
Middle
Miescher's elastomaL87.2
Mietens' syndromeQ87.2
Migraine (idiopathic)G43.909
Migrant, socialZ59.0
Migration, anxiety concerningZ60.3
Migratory, migratingCondition
Mikity-Wilson disease or syndromeP27.0
Mikulicz' disease or syndromeK11.8
MiliariaL74.3
MiliaryCondition
MiliumL72.0
Milk
Milk-alkali disease or syndromeE83.52
Milk-leg (deep vessels) (nonpuerperal)See: Embolism, vein, lower extremity;
Milkman's disease or syndromeM83.8
Milky urineSee: Chyluria;
Millard-Gubler (-Foville) paralysis or syndromeG46.3
Millar's asthmaJ38.5
Miller Fisher syndromeG61.0
Mills' diseaseHemiplegia
Millstone maker's pneumoconiosisJ62.8
Milroy's disease (chronic hereditary edema)Q82.0
Minamata diseaseT56.1
Miners' asthma or lungJ60
Minkowski-Chauffard syndromeSee: Spherocytosis;
MinorCondition
Minor's disease (hematomyelia)G95.19
Minot's disease (hemorrhagic disease), newbornP53
Minot-von Willebrand-Jurgens disease or syndrome (angiohemophilia)D68.0
Minus (and plus) hand (intrinsic)See: Deformity, limb, specified type NEC, forearm;
Miosis (pupil)H57.03
Mirizzi's syndrome (hepatic duct stenosis)K83.1
Mirror writingF81.0
Misadventure (of) (prophylactic) (therapeutic)T88.9See Also: Complications;
MiscarriageO03.9
Misdirection, aqueousH40.83
Misperception, sleep stateF51.02
Misplaced, misplacement
Missed
MissingSee Also: Absence;
Misuse of drugsF19.99
Mitchell's disease (erythromelalgia)I73.81
Mite (s) (infestation)B88.9
MitralCondition
MittelschmerzN94.0
MixedCondition
MMN (multifocal motor neuropathy)G61.82
MNGIE (Mitochondrial Neurogastrointestinal Encephalopathy) syndromeE88.49
Mobile, mobility
Mobitz heart block (atrioventricular)I44.1
Moebius, Möbius
Moeller's glossitisK14.0
Mohr's syndrome (Types I and II)Q87.0
Mola destruensD39.2
Molar pregnancyO02.0
Molarization of premolarsK00.2
Molding, head (during birth) - omit code
Mole (pigmented)Nevus
Molimen, molimina (menstrual)N94.3
Molluscum contagiosum (epitheliale)B08.1
Mönckeberg's arteriosclerosis, disease, or sclerosisSee: Arteriosclerosis, extremities;
Mondini's malformation (cochlea)Q16.5
Mondor's diseaseI80.8
Monge's diseaseT70.29
Monilethrix (congenital)Q84.1
MoniliasisB37.9See Also: Candidiasis;
Monitoring (encounter for)
Monkey malariaB53.1
MonkeypoxB04
MonoarthritisM13.10
MonoblasticCondition
Monochromat (ism), monochromatopsia (acquired) (congenital)H53.51
MonocyticCondition
MonocytopeniaD72.818
Monocytosis (symptomatic)D72.821
MonomaniaSee: Psychosis;
MononeuritisG58.9
MononeuropathyG58.9
Mononucleosis, infectiousB27.90
MonoplegiaG83.3
Monorchism, monorchidismQ55.0
MonosomyQ93.9See Also: Deletion, chromosome;
Monster, monstrosity (single)Q89.7
Monteggia's fracture (-dislocation)S52.27
Mooren's ulcer (cornea)See: Ulcer, cornea, Mooren's;
Moore's syndromeSee: Epilepsy, specified NEC;
Mooser-Neill reactionA75.2
Mooser's bodiesA75.2
Morbidity not stated or unknownR69
MorbilliSee: Measles;
MorbusSee Also: Disease;
Morel (-Stewart) (-Morgagni) syndromeM85.2
Morel-Kraepelin diseaseSee: Schizophrenia;
Morel-Moore syndromeM85.2
Morgagni's
Morgagni-Stewart-Morel syndromeM85.2
Morgagni-Stokes-Adams syndromeI45.9
Morgagni-Turner (-Albright) syndromeQ96.9
MoriaF07.0
Moron (I.Q.50-69)F70
MorpheaL94.0
Morphinism (without remission)F11.20
Morphinomania (without remission)F11.20
Morquio (-Ullrich) (-Brailsford) disease or syndromeMucopolysaccharidosis
Mortification (dry) (moist)See: Gangrene;
Morton's metatarsalgia (neuralgia) (neuroma) (syndrome)G57.6
Morvan's disease or syndromeG60.8
Mosaicism, mosaic (autosomal) (chromosomal)
Moschowitz' diseaseM31.1
Mother yawA66.0
Motion sickness (from travel, any vehicle) (from roundabouts or swings)T75.3
Mottled, mottling, teeth (enamel) (endemic) (nonendemic)K00.3
Mounier-Kuhn syndromeQ32.4
Mountain
Mouse, jointSee: Loose, body, joint;
MouthCondition
Movable
Movements, dystonicR25.8
Moyamoya diseaseI67.5
MRSA (Methicillin resistant Staphylococcus aureus)
MSD (multiple sulfatase deficiency)E75.26
MSSA (Methicillin susceptible Staphylococcus aureus)
Mucha-Habermann diseaseL41.0
Mucinosis (cutaneous) (focal) (papular) (reticular erythematous) (skin)L98.5
Mucocele
Mucolipidosis
MucopolysaccharidosisE76.3
MucormycosisB46.5
Mucositis (ulcerative)K12.30
Mucositis necroticans agranulocyticaSee: Agranulocytosis;
MucousCondition
MucoviscidosisE84.9
Mucus
MuguetB37.0
Mulberry molars (congenital syphilis)A50.52
Müllerian mixed tumor
Multicystic kidney (development)Q61.4
Multiparity (grand)Z64.1
Multipartita placentaO43.19
Multiple, multiplexCondition
MumpsB26.9
MumuB74.9See Also: Infestation, filarial;
Münchhausen's syndromeSee: Disorder, factitious;
Münchmeyer's syndromeMyositis
MuralCondition
Murmur (cardiac) (heart) (organic)R01.1
Murri's disease (intermittent hemoglobinuria)D59.6
Muscle, muscularCondition
MusculoneuralgiaSee: Neuralgia;
Mushrooming hipSee: Derangement, joint, specified NEC, hip;
Mushroom-workers' (pickers') disease or lungJ67.5
Mutation (s)
MutismSee Also: Aphasia;
MVD (microvillus inclusion disease)Q43.8
MVID (microvillus inclusion disease)Q43.8
MyalgiaM79.10
MyastheniaG70.9
MyasthenicM62.81
Mycelium infectionB49
MycetismusSee: Poisoning, food, noxious, mushroom;
MycetomaB47.9
MycobacteriosisSee: Mycobacterium;
Mycobacterium, mycobacterial (infection)A31.9
Mycoplasma (M.) pneumoniae, as cause of disease classified elsewhereB96.0
Mycosis, mycoticB49
Mydriasis (pupil)H57.04
MyelateliaQ06.1
Myelinolysis, pontine, centralG37.2
Myelitis (acute) (ascending) (childhood) (chronic) (descending) (diffuse) (disseminated) (idiopathic) (pressure) (progressive) (spinal cord) (subacute)G04.91See Also: Encephalitis;
MyeloblasticCondition
Myeloblastoma
MyeloceleSee: Spina bifida;
MyelocystoceleSee: Spina bifida;
MyelocyticCondition
MyelodysplasiaD46.9
Myelodysplastic syndromeD46.9
MyeloencephalitisSee: Encephalitis;
MyelofibrosisD75.81
MyelogenousCondition
MyeloidCondition
MyelokathexisD70.9
MyeloleukodystrophyE75.29
MyelolipomaLipoma
Myeloma (multiple)C90.0
MyelomalaciaG95.89
MyelomatosisC90.0
MyelomeningitisMeningoencephalitis
Myelomeningocele (spinal cord)See: Spina bifida;
Myelo-osteo-musculodysplasia hereditariaQ79.8
Myelopathic
Myelopathy (spinal cord)G95.9
MyelophthisisD61.82
MyeloradiculitisG04.91
Myeloradiculodysplasia (spinal)Q06.1
MyelosarcomaC92.3
MyelosclerosisD75.89
Myelosis
Myiasis (cavernous)B87.9
Myoadenoma, prostateSee: Hyperplasia, prostate;
Myoblastoma
MyocardialCondition
Myocardiopathy (congestive) (constrictive) (familial) (hypertrophic nonobstructive) (idiopathic) (infiltrative) (obstructive) (primary) (restrictive) (sporadic)I42.9See Also: Cardiomyopathy;
Myocarditis (with arteriosclerosis) (chronic) (fibroid) (interstitial) (old) (progressive) (senile)I51.4
Myocardium, myocardialCondition
MyocardosisSee: Cardiomyopathy;
Myoclonus, myoclonic, myoclonia (familial) (essential) (multifocal) (simplex)G25.3
MyocytolysisI51.5
MyodiastasisSee: Diastasis, muscle;
MyoendocarditisSee: Endocarditis;
MyoepitheliomaSee: Neoplasm, benign, by site;
Myofasciitis (acute)Myositis
MyofibromaSee Also: Neoplasm, connective tissue, benign;
MyofibromatosisD48.1
MyofibrosisM62.89
MyofibrositisM79.7
Myoglobulinuria, myoglobinuria (primary)R82.1
Myokymia, facialG51.4
MyolipomaLipoma
MyomaSee Also: Neoplasm, connective tissue, benign;
MyomalaciaM62.89
MyometritisSee: Endometritis;
MyometriumCondition
Myonecrosis, clostridialA48.0
MyopathyG72.9
MyopericarditisSee Also: Pericarditis;
Myopia (axial) (congenital)H52.1
MyosarcomaSee: Neoplasm, connective tissue, malignant;
Myosis (pupil)H57.03
MyositisM60.9
Myospasia impulsivaF95.2
Myotonia (acquisita) (intermittens)M62.89
Myotonic pupilSee: Anomaly, pupil, function, tonic pupil;
MyriapodiasisB88.2
MyringitisH73.2
MysophobiaF40.228
MytilotoxismSee: Poisoning, fish;
Myxadenitis labialisK13.0
Myxedema (adult) (idiocy) (infantile) (juvenile)E03.9See Also: Hypothyroidism;
MyxochondrosarcomaSee: Neoplasm, cartilage, malignant;
MyxofibromaSee: Neoplasm, connective tissue, benign;
MyxofibrosarcomaSee: Neoplasm, connective tissue, malignant;
MyxolipomaD17.9
MyxoliposarcomaSee: Neoplasm, connective tissue, malignant;
MyxomaSee Also: Neoplasm, connective tissue, benign;
MyxosarcomaSee: Neoplasm, connective tissue, malignant;