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

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
Pachyderma, pachydermiaL85.9
Pachydermatocele (congenital)Q82.8
PachydermoperiostosisSee Also: Osteoarthropathy, hypertrophic, specified type NEC;
PachygyriaQ04.3
Pachymeningitis (adhesive) (basal) (brain) (cervical) (chronic) (circumscribed) (external) (fibrous) (hemorrhagic) (hypertrophic) (internal) (purulent) (spinal) (suppurative)See: Meningitis;
Pachyonychia (congenital)Q84.5
Pacinian tumorSee: Neoplasm, skin, benign;
Pad, knuckle or Garrod'sM72.1
Paget's disease
Paget-Schroetter syndromeI82.890
Pain (s)R52Painful
PainfulSee Also: Pain;
Painter's colic
PalateCondition
PalatoplegiaK13.79
PalatoschisisSee: Cleft, palate;
PalilaliaR48.8
Palliative careZ51.5
PallorR23.1
PalmarCondition
Palpable
Palpitations (heart)R00.2
PalsyG83.9See Also: Paralysis;
PaludismSee: Malaria;
PanangiitisM30.0
Panaris, panaritiumSee Also: Cellulitis, digit;
Panarteritis nodosaM30.0
Pancake heartR93.1
Pancarditis (acute) (chronic)I51.89
Pancoast's syndrome or tumorC34.1
Pancolitis, ulcerative (chronic)K51.00
Pancreas, pancreaticCondition
Pancreatitis (annular) (apoplectic) (calcareous) (edematous) (hemorrhagic) (malignant) (recurrent) (subacute) (suppurative)K85.90
PancreatoblastomaSee: Neoplasm, pancreas, malignant;
PancreolithiasisK86.89
PancytolysisD75.89
Pancytopenia (acquired)D61.818
PANDAS (pediatric autoimmune neuropsychiatric disorders associated with streptococcal infections syndrome)D89.89
Panencephalitis, subacute, sclerosingA81.1
PanhematopeniaD61.9
PanhemocytopeniaD61.9
PanhypogonadismE29.1
PanhypopituitarismE23.0
Panic (attack) (state)F41.0
Panmyelopathy, familial, constitutionalD61.09
PanmyelophthisisD61.82
Panmyelosis (acute) (with myelofibrosis)C94.4
Panner's diseaseSee: Osteochondrosis, juvenile, humerus;
Panneuritis endemicaE51.11
Panniculitis (nodular) (nonsuppurative)M79.3
Panniculus adiposus (abdominal)E65
Pannus (allergic) (cornea) (degenerativus) (keratic)H16.42
PanophthalmitisH44.01
Pansinusitis (chronic) (hyperplastic) (nonpurulent) (purulent)J32.4
Panuveitis (sympathetic)H44.11
Panvalvular diseaseI08.9
PAPA (pyogenic arthritis, pyoderma gangrenosum, and acne syndrome)M04.8
Papanicolaou smear, cervixZ12.4
Papilledema (choked disc)H47.10
PapillitisH46.00
PapillomaSee Also: Neoplasm, benign, by site;
Papillomata, multiple, of yawsA66.1
PapillomatosisSee Also: Neoplasm, benign, by site;
Papillomavirus, as cause of disease classified elsewhereB97.7
Papillon-Léage and Psaume syndromeQ87.0
Papule (s)R23.8
Papulosis
Papyraceous fetusO31.0
Para-albuminemiaE88.09
ParacephalusQ89.7
Parachute mitral valveQ23.2
ParacoccidioidomycosisB41.9
ParadentosisK05.4
ParaffinomaT88.8
ParagangliomaD44.7
ParageusiaR43.2
ParagonimiasisB66.4
Paragranuloma, HodgkinSee: Lymphoma, Hodgkin, specified NEC;
ParahemophiliaD68.2See Also: Defect, coagulation;
ParakeratosisR23.4
Paralysis, paralytic (complete) (incomplete)G83.9
Paramedial urethrovesical orificeQ64.79
ParameniaN92.6
ParametritisN73.2See Also: Disease, pelvis, inflammatory;
Parametrium, parametricCondition
ParamnesiaAmnesia
ParamolarK00.1
ParamyloidosisE85.89
Paramyoclonus multiplexG25.3
Paramyotonia (congenita)G71.19
ParangiYaws
Paranoia (querulans)F22
Paranoid
ParaparesisSee: Paraplegia;
ParaphasiaR47.02
ParaphiliaF65.9
Paraphimosis (congenital)N47.2
Paraphrenia, paraphrenic (late)F22
Paraplegia (lower)G82.20
ParapoxvirusB08.60
ParaproteinemiaD89.2
ParapsoriasisL41.9
ParasiticCondition
ParasitismB89
ParasitophobiaF40.218
ParasomniaG47.50
ParaspadiasQ54.9
Paraspasmus facialisG51.8
Parasuicide (attempt)
Parathyroid glandCondition
Parathyroid tetanyE20.9
ParatrachomaA74.0
ParatyphilitisSee: Appendicitis;
Paratyphoid (fever)See: Fever, paratyphoid;
ParatyphusSee: Fever, paratyphoid;
Paraurethral ductQ64.79
ParaurethritisSee Also: Urethritis;
Paravaccinia NECB08.04
ParavaginitisSee: Vaginitis;
ParencephalitisSee Also: Encephalitis;
Parent-child conflictSee: Conflict, parent-child;
ParesisSee Also: Paralysis;
ParesthesiaR20.2See Also: Disturbance, sensation, skin;
PareticCondition
Parinaud's
Parkinsonism (idiopathic) (primary)G20
Parkinson's disease, syndrome or tremorSee: Parkinsonism;
ParodontitisSee: Periodontitis;
ParodontosisK05.4
ParonychiaSee Also: Cellulitis, digit;
Parorexia (psychogenic)F50.89
ParosmiaR43.1
Parotid glandCondition
Parotitis, parotiditis (allergic) (nonspecific toxic) (purulent) (septic) (suppurative)See Also: Sialoadenitis;
Parrot feverA70
Parrot's disease (early congenital syphilitic pseudoparalysis)A50.02
Parry-Romberg syndromeG51.8
Parry's disease or syndromeE05.00
Pars planitisCyclitis
Parsonage (-Aldren)-Turner syndromeG54.5
Parson's disease (exophthalmic goiter)E05.00
Particolored infantQ82.8
ParturitionSee: Delivery;
ParulisK04.7
Parvovirus, as cause of disease classified elsewhereB97.6
Pasini and Pierini's atrophodermaL90.3
Passage
PassiveCondition
Pasteurella septicaA28.0
PasteurellosisSee: Infection, Pasteurella;
PAT (paroxysmal atrial tachycardia)I47.1
Patau's syndromeSee: Trisomy, 13;
Patches
PatellarCondition
PatentSee Also: Imperfect, closure;
Paterson (-Brown) (-Kelly) syndrome or webD50.1
Pathologic, pathologicalCondition
Pathology (of)See: Disease;
Pattern, sleep-wake, irregularG47.23
PatulousSee Also: Imperfect, closure (congenital);
Pause, sinoatrialI49.5
Paxton's diseaseB36.2
Pearl (s)
Pearl-worker's diseaseSee: Osteomyelitis, specified type NEC;
PectenosisK62.4
PectoralCondition
Pectus
PedatrophiaE41
PederosisF65.4
Pediculosis (infestation)B85.2
Pediculus (infestation)See: Pediculosis;
PedophiliaF65.4
Peg-shaped teethK00.2
PeladeSee: Alopecia, areata;
Pelger-Huët anomaly or syndromeD72.0
Peliosis (rheumatica)D69.0
Pelizaeus-Merzbacher diseaseE75.29
Pellagra (alcoholic) (with polyneuropathy)E52
Pellagra-cerebellar-ataxia-renal aminoaciduria syndromeE72.02
Pellegrini (-Stieda) disease or syndromeSee: Bursitis, tibial collateral;
Pellizzi's syndromeE34.8
Pel's crisisA52.11
PelvicCondition
PelviolithiasisSee: Calculus, kidney;
PelviperitonitisSee Also: Peritonitis, pelvic;
PelvisCondition
PemphigoidL12.9
PemphigusL10.9
Pendred's syndromeE07.1
Pendulous
Penetrating woundPuncture
PenicillosisB48.4
PenisCondition
PenitisN48.29
Pentalogy of FallotQ21.8
Pentasomy X syndromeQ97.1
Pentosuria (essential)E74.8
Percreta placentaO43.23
Peregrinating patientSee: Disorder, factitious;
Perforation, perforated (nontraumatic) (of)
Periadenitis mucosa necrotica recurrensK12.0
Periappendicitis (acute)See: Appendicitis;
Periarteritis nodosa (disseminated) (infectious) (necrotizing)M30.0
Periarthritis (joint)See Also: Enthesopathy;
Periarthrosis (angioneural)See: Enthesopathy;
Pericapsulitis, adhesive (shoulder)See: Capsulitis, adhesive;
Pericarditis (with decompensation) (with effusion)I31.9
Pericardium, pericardialCondition
PericellulitisSee: Cellulitis;
Pericementitis (chronic) (suppurative)See Also: Periodontitis;
Perichondritis
PericlasiaK05.4
PericoronitisSee: Periodontitis;
PericystitisN30.90
Peridiverticulitis (intestine)K57.92
PeriendocarditisSee: Endocarditis;
PeriepididymitisN45.1
PerifolliculitisL01.02
PerihepatitisK65.8
Perilabyrinthitis (acute)
PerimeningitisSee: Meningitis;
PerimetritisSee: Endometritis;
PerimetrosalpingitisSee: Salpingo-oophoritis;
PerineoceleN81.81
Perinephric, perinephriticCondition
PerinephritisSee Also: Infection, kidney;
Perineum, perinealCondition
Perineuritis NECSee: Neuralgia;
PeriodicCondition
Periodontitis (chronic) (complex) (compound) (local) (simplex)K05.30
PeriodontoclasiaK05.4
Periodontosis (juvenile)K05.4
PeriodsMenstruation
PerionychiaSee Also: Cellulitis, digit;
PerioophoritisSee: Salpingo-oophoritis;
PeriorchitisN45.2
Periosteum, periostealCondition
Periostitis (albuminosa) (circumscribed) (diffuse) (infective) (monomelic)See Also: Osteomyelitis;
Periostosis (hyperplastic)See Also: Disorder, bone, specified type NEC;
Peripartum
PeriphlebitisSee: Phlebitis;
PeriproctitisK62.89
PeriprostatitisSee: Prostatitis;
PerirectalCondition
PerirenalCondition
PerisalpingitisSee: Salpingo-oophoritis;
Perisplenitis (infectional)D73.89
Peristalsis, visible or reversedR19.2
PeritendinitisSee: Enthesopathy;
Peritoneum, peritonealCondition
Peritonitis (adhesive) (bacterial) (fibrinous) (hemorrhagic) (idiopathic) (localized) (perforative) (primary) (with adhesions) (with effusion)K65.9
PeritonsillarCondition
PeritonsillitisJ36
PerityphlitisK37
PeriureteritisN28.89
PeriurethralCondition
Periurethritis (gangrenous)See: Urethritis;
PeriuterineCondition
PerivaginitisSee: Vaginitis;
Perivasculitis, retinalH35.06
Perivasitis (chronic)N49.1
Perivesiculitis (seminal)See: Vesiculitis;
Perlèche NECK13.0
PerniciousCondition
Pernio, perniosisT69.1
Perpetrator (of abuse)See: Index to External Causes of Injury, Perpetrator;
Persecution
Perseveration (tonic)R48.8
Persistence, persistent (congenital)
Person (with)
Personality (disorder)F60.9
Perthes' diseaseSee: Legg-Calvé-Perthes disease;
PertussisA37.90Whooping cough
Perversion, perverted
Pervious, congenitalSee Also: Imperfect, closure;
Pes (congenital)See Also: Talipes;
Pest, pestisPlague
Petechia, petechiaeR23.3
Petechial typhusA75.9
Peter's anomalyQ13.4
Petit mal seizureSee: Epilepsy, childhood, absence;
Petit's herniaSee: Hernia, abdomen, specified site NEC;
PetrellidosisB48.2
PetrositisH70.20
Peutz-Jeghers disease or syndromeQ85.8
Peyronie's diseaseN48.6
PFAPA (periodic fever, aphthous stomatitis, pharyngitis, and adenopathy syndrome)M04.8
Pfeiffer's diseaseMononucleosis, infectious
Phagedena (dry) (moist) (sloughing)See Also: Gangrene;
PhagedenicCondition
PhakomaH35.89
PhakomatosisQ85.9See Also: specific eponymous syndromes;
Phantom limb syndrome (without pain)G54.7
Pharyngeal pouch syndromeD82.1
Pharyngitis (acute) (catarrhal) (gangrenous) (infective) (malignant) (membranous) (phlegmonous) (pseudomembranous) (simple) (subacute) (suppurative) (ulcerative) (viral)J02.9
Pharyngoconjunctivitis, viralB30.2
Pharyngolaryngitis (acute)J06.0
PharyngoplegiaJ39.2
Pharyngotonsillitis, herpesviralB00.2
Pharyngotracheitis, chronicJ42
Pharynx, pharyngealCondition
Phencyclidine-induced
Phenomenon
PhenylketonuriaE70.1
Pheochromoblastoma
Pheochromocytoma
PheohyphomycosisChromomycosis
PheomycosisChromomycosis
Phimosis (congenital) (due to infection)N47.1
PhlebectasiaSee Also: Varix;
Phlebitis (infective) (pyemic) (septic) (suppurative)I80.9
PhlebofibrosisI87.8
PhlebolithsI87.8
Phlebopathy,
PhlebosclerosisI87.8
PhlebothrombosisSee Also: Thrombosis;
Phlebotomus feverA93.1
Phlegmasia
PhlegmonSee: Abscess;
PhlegmonousCondition
Phlyctenulosis (allergic) (keratoconjunctivitis) (nontuberculous)Keratoconjunctivitis
Phobia, phobicF40.9
Phocas' diseaseSee: Mastopathy, cystic;
PhocomeliaQ73.1
PhoriaH50.50
Phosphate-losing tubular disorderN25.0
PhosphatemiaE83.39
PhosphaturiaE83.39
Photodermatitis (sun)L56.8
PhotokeratitisH16.13
PhotophobiaH53.14
PhotophthalmiaPhotokeratitis
PhotopsiaH53.19
PhotoretinitisSee: Retinopathy, solar;
Photosensitivity, photosensitization (sun) skinL56.8
PhrenitisSee: Encephalitis;
Phrynoderma (vitamin A deficiency)E50.8
Phthiriasis (pubis)B85.3
Phthirus infestationSee: Phthiriasis;
PhthisisSee Also: Tuberculosis;
PhycomycosisZygomycosis
PhysalopteriasisB81.8
Physical restraint statusZ78.1
PhytobezoarT18.9
PianYaws
PianomaA66.1
PicaF50.89
Picking, noseF98.8
Pick-Niemann diseaseNiemann-Pick disease or syndrome
Pick's
Pickwickian syndromeE66.2
PiebaldismE70.39
Piedra (beard) (scalp)B36.8
Pierre Robin deformity or syndromeQ87.0
Pierson's disease or osteochondrosisM91.0
Pig-belA05.2
Pigeon
Pigmentation (abnormal) (anomaly)L81.9
PilesK64.9See Also: Hemorrhoids;
Pili
Pill roller hand (intrinsic)See: Parkinsonism;
PilomatrixomaSee: Neoplasm, skin, benign;
PilonidalCondition
PimpleR23.8
PINSee: Neoplasia, intraepithelial, prostate;
Pinched nerveSee: Neuropathy, entrapment;
Pindborg tumorSee: Cyst, calcifying odontogenic;
Pineal body or glandCondition
PinealoblastomaC75.3
PinealomaD44.5
PineoblastomaC75.3
PineocytomaD44.5
PingueculaH11.15
PingueculitisH10.81
Pinhole meatusN35.919See Also: Stricture, urethra;
Pink
Pinkus' disease (lichen nitidus)L44.1
Pinpoint
Pins and needlesR20.2
PintaA67.9
PintidsA67.1
Pinworm (disease) (infection) (infestation)B80
PiroplasmosisB60.0
Pistol woundGunshot wound
Pitchers' elbowSee: Derangement, joint, specified type NEC, elbow;
Pithecoid pelvisQ74.2
PithiatismF48.8
PittedPitting
PittingR60.9See Also: Edema;
Pituitary glandCondition
Pituitary-snuff-taker's diseaseJ67.8
Pityriasis (capitis)L21.0
Placenta, placentalCondition
PlacentitisO41.14
PlagiocephalyQ67.3
PlagueA20.9
Planning, family
Plaque (s)
PlasmacytomaC90.3
PlasmacytopeniaD72.818
PlasmacytosisD72.822
Plaster ulcerSee: Ulcer, pressure, by site;
Plateau iris syndrome (post-iridectomy) (postprocedural) (without glaucoma)H21.82
PlatybasiaQ75.8
Platyonychia (congenital)Q84.6
Platypelloid pelvisM95.5
PlatyspondylisisQ76.49
Plaut (-Vincent) diseaseA69.1See Also: Vincent's;
PlethoraR23.2
Pleura, pleuralCondition
PleuralgiaR07.81
Pleurisy (acute) (adhesive) (chronic) (costal) (diaphragmatic) (double) (dry) (fibrinous) (fibrous) (interlobar) (latent) (plastic) (primary) (residual) (sicca) (sterile) (subacute) (unresolved)R09.1
Pleuritis siccaSee: Pleurisy;
PleurobronchopneumoniaSee: Pneumonia, broncho-;
PleurodyniaR07.81
PleuropericarditisSee Also: Pericarditis;
Pleuropneumonia (acute) (bilateral) (double) (septic)J18.8See Also: Pneumonia;
Pleuro-pneumonia-like-organism (PPLO), as cause of disease classified elsewhereB96.0
PleurorrheaSee: Pleurisy, with effusion;
Plexitis, brachialG54.0
Plica
Plicated tongueK14.5
Plug
Plumbism
Plummer's diseaseE05.20
Plummer-Vinson syndromeD50.1
Pluricarential syndrome of infancyE40
Plus (and minus) hand (intrinsic)See: Deformity, limb, specified type NEC, forearm;
PneumathemiaSee: Air, embolism;
Pneumatic hammer (drill) syndromeT75.21
Pneumatocele (lung)J98.4
Pneumatosis
PneumaturiaR39.89
PneumoblastomaSee: Neoplasm, lung, malignant;
PneumocephalusG93.89
PneumococcemiaA40.3
Pneumococcus, pneumococcalCondition
Pneumoconiosis (due to) (inhalation of)J64
Pneumocystis carinii pneumoniaB59
Pneumocystis jiroveci (pneumonia)B59
Pneumocystosis (with pneumonia)B59
PneumohemopericardiumI31.2
PneumohemothoraxJ94.2
PneumohydropericardiumSee: Pericarditis;
PneumohydrothoraxSee: Hydrothorax;
PneumomediastinumJ98.2
PneumomycosisB49
Pneumonia (acute) (double) (migratory) (purulent) (septic) (unresolved)J18.9
PneumonicCondition
Pneumonitis (acute) (primary)See Also: Pneumonia;
PneumonoconiosisSee: Pneumoconiosis;
PneumoparotidK11.8
Pneumopathy NECJ98.4
PneumopericarditisSee Also: Pericarditis;
PneumopericardiumSee Also: Pericarditis;
Pneumophagia (psychogenic)F45.8
Pneumopleurisy, pneumopleuritisJ18.8See Also: Pneumonia;
PneumopyopericardiumI30.1
PneumopyothoraxSee: Pyopneumothorax;
PneumorrhagiaSee Also: Hemorrhage, lung;
Pneumothorax NOSJ93.9
PodagraM10.9See Also: Gout;
PodencephalusQ01.9
PoikilocytosisR71.8
PoikilodermaL81.6
PoikilodermatomyositisM33.10
Pointed ear (congenital)Q17.3
Poison ivy, oak, sumac or other plant dermatitis (allergic) (contact)L23.7
Poisoning (acute)See Also: Table of Drugs and Chemicals;
Poker spineSee: Spondylitis, ankylosing;
Poland syndromeQ79.8
Polioencephalitis (acute) (bulbar)A80.9
Polioencephalomyelitis (acute) (anterior)A80.9
Polioencephalopathy, superior hemorrhagicE51.2
PoliomeningoencephalitisMeningoencephalitis
Poliomyelitis (acute) (anterior) (epidemic)A80.9
Poliosis (eyebrow) (eyelashes)L67.1
PollakiuriaR35.0
PollinosisJ30.1
Pollitzer's diseaseL73.2
PolyadenitisLymphadenitis
PolyalgiaM79.89
PolyangiitisM30.0
Polyarteritis
PolyarthralgiaSee: Pain, joint;
Polyarthritis, polyarthropathyM13.0See Also: Arthritis;
PolyarthrosisM15.9
Polycarential syndrome of infancyE40
Polychondritis (atrophic) (chronic)See Also: Disorder, cartilage, specified type NEC;
PolycoriaQ13.2
Polycystic (disease)
Polycythemia (secondary)D75.1
Polycytosis cryptogenicaD75.1
Polydactylism, polydactylyQ69.9
PolydipsiaR63.1
Polydystrophy, pseudo-HurlerE77.0
PolyembryomaSee: Neoplasm, malignant, by site;
Polyglandular
PolyhydramniosO40.
PolymastiaQ83.1
PolymenorrheaN92.0
PolymyalgiaM35.3
Polymyositis (acute) (chronic) (hemorrhagic)M33.20
Polyneuritis, polyneuriticSee Also: Polyneuropathy;
Polyneuropathy (peripheral)G62.9
PolyopiaH53.8
Polyorchism, polyorchidismQ55.21
PolyosteoarthritisM15.9See Also: Osteoarthritis, generalized;
Polyostotic fibrous dysplasiaQ78.1
PolyotiaQ17.0
Polyp, polypus
PolyphagiaR63.2
PolyploidyQ92.7
PolypoidCondition
PolyposisSee Also: Polyp;
PolyradiculitisSee: Polyneuropathy;
Polyradiculoneuropathy (acute) (postinfective) (segmentally demyelinating)G61.0
Polyserositis
Polysplenia syndromeQ89.09
PolysyndactylyQ70.4Syndactylism, syndactyly
PolytrichiaL68.3
PolyunguiaQ84.6
PolyuriaR35.8
Pompe's disease (glycogen storage)E74.02
PompholyxL30.1
Poncet's disease (tuberculous rheumatism)A18.09
Pond fractureSee: Fracture, skull;
PonosB55.0
Pons, pontineCondition
Poor
Poradenitis, nostras inguinalis or venereaA55
Porencephaly (congenital) (developmental) (true)Q04.6
PorocephaliasisB88.8
PorokeratosisQ82.8
Poroma, eccrineSee: Neoplasm, skin, benign;
Porphyria (South African)E80.20
PorphyrinuriaSee: Porphyria;
PorphyruriaSee: Porphyria;
Port wine nevus, mark, or stainQ82.5
PortalCondition
Posadas-Wernicke diseaseB38.9
Positive
Postcardiotomy syndromeI97.0
Postcaval ureterQ62.62
Postcholecystectomy syndromeK91.5
Postclimacteric bleedingN95.0
Postcommissurotomy syndromeI97.0
Postconcussional syndromeF07.81
Postcontusional syndromeF07.81
Postcricoid regionCondition
Post-dates (40-42 weeks) (pregnancy) (mother)O48.0
Postencephalitic syndromeF07.89
PosteriorCondition
Posterolateral sclerosis (spinal cord)See: Degeneration, combined;
PostexanthematousCondition
PostfebrileCondition
Postgastrectomy dumping syndromeK91.1
Posthemiplegic choreaMonoplegia
Posthemorrhagic anemia (chronic)D50.0
Postherpetic neuralgia (zoster)B02.29
PosthitisN47.7
Postimmunization complication or reactionSee: Complications, vaccination;
PostinfectiousCondition
Postlaminectomy syndrome NECM96.1
Postleukotomy syndromeF07.0
Postmastectomy lymphedema (syndrome)I97.2
Postmaturity, postmature (over 42 weeks)
Postmeasles complication NECB05.89Condition
Postmenopausal
Postnasal dripR09.82
PostnatalCondition
Postoperative (postprocedural)See: Complication, postoperative;
Postpancreatectomy hyperglycemiaE89.1
PostpartumSee: Puerperal;
Postphlebitic syndromeSee: Syndrome, postthrombotic;
Postpolio (myelitic) syndromeG14
PostpoliomyeliticCondition
PostproceduralSee Also: Postoperative;
Postschizophrenic depressionF32.89
Postsurgery statusStatus (post)
Post-term (40-42 weeks) (pregnancy) (mother)O48.0
Post-traumatic brain syndrome, nonpsychoticF07.81
Post-typhoid abscessA01.09
Postures, hystericalF44.2
Postvaccinal reaction or complicationSee: Complications, vaccination;
Postvalvulotomy syndromeI97.0
Potain's
Potter's
Pott's
Pouch
PouchitisK91.850
Poultrymen's itchB88.0
Poverty NECZ59.6
Poxvirus NECB08.8
Prader-Willi syndromeQ87.11
Prader-Willi-like syndromeQ87.19
Preauricular appendage or tagQ17.0
Prebetalipoproteinemia (acquired) (essential) (familial) (hereditary) (primary) (secondary)E78.1
Precipitate labor or deliveryO62.3
Preclimacteric bleeding (menorrhagia)N92.4
Precocious
Precocity, sexual (constitutional) (cryptogenic) (female) (idiopathic) (male)E30.1
Precordial painR07.2
Predeciduous teethK00.2
Prediabetes, prediabeticR73.03
Predislocation status of hip at birthQ65.6
Pre-eclampsiaO14.9
Pre-eruptive color change, teeth, toothK00.8
Pre-excitation atrioventricular conductionI45.6
PreglaucomaH40.00
Pregnancy (single) (uterine)See Also: Delivery and Puerperal;
Preiser's diseaseSee: Osteonecrosis, secondary, due to, trauma, metacarpus;
Pre-kwashiorkorSee: Malnutrition, severe;
Preleukemia (syndrome)D46.9
Preluxation, hip, congenitalQ65.6
PrematureCondition
Prematurity NEC (less than 37 completed weeks)See: Preterm, newborn;
Premenstrual
Premolarization, cuspidsK00.2
Prenatal
Preparatory care for subsequent treatment NEC
PrepartumCondition
Preponderance, left or right ventricularI51.7
PrepuceCondition
PRES (posterior reversible encephalopathy syndrome)I67.83
PresbycardiaR54
Presbycusis, presbyacusiaH91.1
PresbyesophagusK22.8
PresbyophreniaF03
PresbyopiaH52.4
Prescription of contraceptives (initial)Z30.019
Presence (of)
PresenileCondition
Presentation, fetalSee: Delivery , complicated by, malposition;
Prespondylolisthesis (congenital)Q76.2
Pressure
Pre-syncopeR55
PretermInfants born before 37 weeks of pregnancy are considered "preterm" or premature.
Previa
PriapismN48.30
Prickling sensation (skin)R20.2
Prickly heatL74.0
PrimaryCondition
Primigravida
Primipara
Primus varusQ66.21
PRIND (Prolonged reversible ischemic neurologic deficit)I63.9
Pringle's disease (tuberous sclerosis)Q85.1
Prinzmetal anginaI20.1
Prizefighter earCauliflower ear
Problem (with) (related to)
Procedure (surgical)
Procidentia (uteri)N81.3
ProctalgiaK62.89
ProctitisK62.89
Proctocele
Proctocolitis
ProctoptosisK62.3
ProctorrhagiaK62.5
ProctosigmoiditisK63.89
ProctospasmK59.4
Profichet's diseaseSee: Disorder, soft tissue, specified type NEC;
ProgeriaE34.8
Prognathism (mandibular) (maxillary)M26.19
Progonoma (melanotic)See: Neoplasm, benign, by site;
ProgressiveCondition
Prolactinoma
Prolapse, prolapsed
Prolapsus, femaleN81.9
Proliferation (s)
ProliferativeCondition
Prolonged, prolongation (of)
Prominence, prominent
PromiscuitySee: High, risk, sexual behavior;
Pronation
Prophylactic
Propionic acidemiaE71.121
Proptosis (ocular)Exophthalmos
Prosecution, anxiety concerningZ65.3
ProsopagnosiaR48.3
ProstadyniaN42.81
Prostate, prostaticCondition
ProstatismSee: Hyperplasia, prostate;
Prostatitis (congestive) (suppurative) (with cystitis)N41.9
ProstatocystitisN41.3
ProstatorrheaN42.89
ProstatosisN42.82
ProstrationR53.83
Protanomaly (anomalous trichromat)H53.54
Protanopia (complete) (incomplete)H53.54
Protection (against) (from)Prophylactic
Protein
ProteinemiaR77.9
Proteinosis
ProteinuriaR80.9
Proteolysis, pathologicD65
Proteus (mirabilis) (morganii), as cause of disease classified elsewhereB96.4
Prothrombin gene mutationD68.52
Protoporphyria, erythropoieticE80.0
ProtozoalCondition
Protrusion, protrusio
Prune belly (syndrome)Q79.4
Prurigo (ferox) (gravis) (Hebrae) (Hebra's) (mitis) (simplex)L28.2
Pruritus, pruritic (essential)L29.9
Pseudarthrosis, pseudoarthrosis (bone)See: Nonunion, fracture;
PseudoaneurysmSee: Aneurysm;
Pseudoangina (pectoris)See: Angina;
PseudoangiomaI81
PseudoarteriosusQ28.8
PseudoarthrosisSee: Pseudarthrosis;
Pseudobulbar affect (PBA)F48.2
PseudochromhidrosisL67.8
Pseudocirrhosis, liver, pericardialI31.1
PseudocowpoxB08.03
PseudocoxalgiaM91.3
PseudocroupJ38.5
Pseudo-Cushing's syndrome, alcohol-inducedE24.4
PseudocyesisF45.8
Pseudocyst
Pseudoelephantiasis neuroarthriticaQ82.0
Pseudoexfoliation, capsule (lens)See: Cataract, specified NEC;
Pseudofolliculitis barbaeL73.1
PseudogliomaH44.89
Pseudohemophilia (Bernuth's) (hereditary) (type B)D68.0
PseudohermaphroditismQ56.3
Pseudo-Hurler's polydystrophyE77.0
PseudohydrocephalusG93.2
Pseudohypertrophic muscular dystrophy (Erb's)G71.02
Pseudohypertrophy, muscleG71.09
PseudohypoparathyroidismE20.1
PseudoinsomniaF51.03
Pseudoleukemia, infantileD64.89
PseudomembranousCondition
Pseudomeningocele (cerebral) (infective) (post-traumatic)G96.19
Pseudomenses (newborn)P54.6
Pseudomenstruation (newborn)P54.6
Pseudomonas
PseudomyotoniaG71.19
Pseudomyxoma peritoneiC78.6
Pseudoneuritis, optic (nerve) (disc) (papilla), congenitalQ14.2
Pseudo-obstruction intestine (acute) (chronic) (idiopathic) (intermittent secondary) (primary)K59.8
PseudopapilledemaH47.33
Pseudoparalysis
PseudopeladeL66.0
PseudophakiaZ96.1
Pseudopolyarthritis, rhizomelicM35.3
PseudopolycythemiaD75.1
PseudopseudohypoparathyroidismE20.1
PseudopterygiumH11.81
Pseudoptosis (eyelid)Blepharochalasis
Pseudopuberty, precocious
Pseudorickets (renal)N25.0
PseudorubellaB08.20
Pseudosclerema, newbornP83.88
Pseudosclerosis (brain)
PseudotetanusSee: Convulsions;
PseudotetanyR29.0
Pseudotruncus arteriosusQ25.49
PseudotuberculosisA28.2
Pseudotumor
Pseudoxanthoma elasticumQ82.8
Psilosis (sprue) (tropical)K90.1
PsittacosisA70
PsoitisM60.88
PsoriasisL40.9
PsychastheniaF48.8
Psychiatric disorder or problemF99
PsychogenicCondition
Psychological and behavioral factors affecting medical conditionF59
Psychoneurosis, psychoneuroticSee Also: Neurosis;
Psychopathy, psychopathic
Psychosexual identity disorder of childhoodF64.2
Psychosis, psychoticF29
PsychosomaticSee: Disorder, psychosomatic;
Psychosyndrome, organicF07.9
Psychotic episode due to or associated with physical conditionF06.8
Pterygium (eye)H11.00
Ptilosis (eyelid)See: Madarosis;
Ptomaine (poisoning)See: Poisoning, food;
PtosisBlepharoptosis
PTPD69.51
Ptyalism (periodic)K11.7
PtyalolithiasisK11.5
Pubarche, precociousE30.1
Pubertas praecoxE30.1
Puberty (development state)Z00.3
Puckering, maculaSee: Degeneration, macula, puckering;
Pudenda, pudendumCondition
Puente's disease (simple glandular cheilitis)K13.0
Puerperal, puerperium (complicated by, complications)
PuerperiumSee: Puerperal;
PulmolithiasisJ98.4
PulmonaryCondition
Pulpitis (acute) (anachoretic) (chronic) (hyperplastic) (putrescent) (suppurative) (ulcerative)K04.01
Pulpless toothK04.99
Pulse
Pulsus alternans or trigeminusR00.8
Punch drunkF07.81
Punctum lacrimale occlusionSee: Obstruction, lacrimal;
Puncture
PUO (pyrexia of unknown origin)R50.9
Pupillary membrane (persistent)Q13.89
PupillotoniaSee: Anomaly, pupil, function, tonic pupil;
PurpuraD69.2
Purpuric spotsR23.3
PurulentCondition
Pus
Pustular rashL08.0
Pustule (nonmalignant)L08.9
Pustulosis palmaris et plantarisL40.3
Putnam (-Dana) disease or syndromeSee: Degeneration, combined;
Putrescent pulp (dental)K04.1
Pyarthritis, pyarthrosisSee: Arthritis, pyogenic or pyemic;
PyelectasisSee: Hydronephrosis;
Pyelitis (congenital) (uremic)Pyelonephritis
PyelocystitisPyelonephritis
PyelonephritisSee Also: Nephritis, tubulo-interstitial;
Pyelonephrosis (obstructive)N11.1
PyelophlebitisI80.8
Pyeloureteritis cysticaN28.85
Pyemia, pyemic (fever) (infection) (purulent)See Also: Sepsis;
PygopagusQ89.4
Pyknoepilepsy (idiopathic)Pyknolepsy
PyknolepsyG40.A09
PylephlebitisK75.1
Pyle's syndromeQ78.5
PylethrombophlebitisK75.1
PylethrombosisK75.1
PyloritisK29.90
Pylorospasm (reflex) NECK31.3
Pylorus, pyloricCondition
PyoarthrosisSee: Arthritis, pyogenic or pyemic;
Pyocele
PyocolposSee: Vaginitis;
PyocystitisN30.80
Pyoderma, pyodermiaL08.0
PyodermatitisL08.0
PyogenicCondition
PyohydronephrosisN13.6
Pyometra, pyometrium, pyometritisSee: Endometritis;
Pyomyositis (tropical)See: Myositis, infective;
PyonephritisN12
PyonephrosisN13.6
Pyo-oophoritisSee: Salpingo-oophoritis;
Pyo-ovariumSee: Salpingo-oophoritis;
Pyopericarditis, pyopericardiumI30.1
PyophlebitisSee: Phlebitis;
PyopneumopericardiumI30.1
Pyopneumothorax (infective)J86.9
Pyosalpinx, pyosalpingitisSee Also: Salpingo-oophoritis;
PyothoraxJ86.9
PyoureterN28.89
Pyramidopallidonigral syndromeG20
Pyrexia (of unknown origin)R50.9
Pyroglobulinemia NECE88.09
PyromaniaF63.1
PyrosisR12
Pyuria (bacterial) (sterile)R82.81