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

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
Saber, sabre shin or tibia (syphilitic)A50.56
Sac lacrimalCondition
Saccharomyces infectionB37.9
SaccharopinuriaE72.3
SaccularCondition
Sacculation
Sachs' amaurotic familial idiocy or diseaseE75.02
Sachs-Tay diseaseE75.02
Sacks-Libman diseaseM32.11
SacralgiaM53.3
SacralizationQ76.49
SacrodyniaM53.3
Sacroiliac jointCondition
Sacroiliitis NECM46.1
SacrumCondition
Saddle
Sadism (sexual)F65.52
Sadness, postpartalO90.6
SadomasochismF65.50
Saemisch's ulcer (cornea)See: Ulcer, cornea, central;
Sagging
Sahib diseaseB55.0
Sailors' skinL57.8
Saint
Salaam
Salicylism
Salivary duct or glandCondition
Salivation, excessiveK11.7
SalmonellaSee: Infection, Salmonella;
SalmonellosisA02.0
Salpingitis (catarrhal) (fallopian tube) (nodular) (pseudofollicular) (purulent) (septic)N70.91
SalpingoceleN83.4
Salpingo-oophoritis (catarrhal) (purulent) (ruptured) (septic) (suppurative)N70.93
Salpingo-ovaritisSee: Salpingo-oophoritis;
SalpingoperitonitisSee: Salpingo-oophoritis;
Salzmann's nodular dystrophySee: Degeneration, cornea, nodular;
Sampson's cyst or tumorN80.1
San Joaquin (Valley) feverB38.0
Sandblaster's asthma, lung or pneumoconiosisJ62.8
Sander's disease (paranoia)F22
Sandfly feverA93.1
Sandhoff's diseaseE75.01
Sanfilippo (Type B) (Type C) (Type D) syndromeE76.22
Sanger-Brown ataxiaG11.2
Sao Paulo fever or typhusA77.0
Saponification, mesentericK65.8
Sarcocele (benign)
SarcocystosisA07.8
SarcoepiploceleSee: Hernia;
SarcoepiplomphaloceleQ79.2
SarcoidSarcoidosis
SarcoidosisD86.9
Sarcoma (of)See Also: Neoplasm, connective tissue, malignant;
Sarcomatosis
Sarcopenia (age-related)M62.84
SarcosinemiaE72.59
Sarcosporidiosis (intestinal)A07.8
Satiety, earlyR68.81
SaturnineCondition
Saturnism
SatyriasisF52.8
SauriasisSee: Ichthyosis;
SBE (subacute bacterial endocarditis)I33.0
Scabies (any site)B86
ScabsR23.4
Scaglietti-Dagnini syndromeE22.0
ScaldSee: Burn;
Scalenus anticus (anterior) syndromeG54.0
ScalesR23.4
Scaling, skinR23.4
ScalpCondition
Scapegoating affecting childZ62.3
ScaphocephalyQ75.0
ScapulalgiaM89.8X1
Scapulohumeral myopathyG71.02
Scar, scarringL90.5See Also: Cicatrix;
ScarabiasisB88.2
Scarlatina (anginosa) (maligna)A38.9
Scarlet fever (albuminuria) (angina)A38.9
Schamberg's disease (progressive pigmentary dermatosis)L81.7
Schatzki's ring (acquired) (esophagus) (lower)K22.2
Schaufenster krankheitI20.8
Schaumann's
Scheie's syndromeE76.03
Schenck's diseaseB42.1
Scheuermann's disease or osteochondrosisSee: Osteochondrosis, juvenile, spine;
Schilder (-Flatau) diseaseG37.0
Schilling-type monocytic leukemiaC93.0
Schimmelbusch's disease, cystic mastitis, or hyperplasiaSee: Mastopathy, cystic;
Schistosoma infestationSee: Infestation, Schistosoma;
SchistosomiasisB65.9
SchizencephalyQ04.6
Schizoaffective psychosisF25.9
SchizodontiaK00.2
Schizoid personalityF60.1
Schizophrenia, schizophrenicF20.9
Schizothymia (persistent)F60.1
Schlatter-Osgood disease or osteochondrosisSee: Osteochondrosis, juvenile, tibia;
Schlatter's tibiaSee: Osteochondrosis, juvenile, tibia;
Schmidt's syndrome (polyglandular, autoimmune)E31.0
Schmincke's carcinoma or tumorSee: Neoplasm, nasopharynx, malignant;
Schmitz (-Stutzer) dysenteryA03.0
Schmorl's disease or nodes
Schneiderian
Scholte's syndrome (malignant carcinoid)E34.0
Scholz (-Bielchowsky-Henneberg) disease or syndromeE75.25
Schönlein (-Henoch) disease or purpura (primary) (rheumatic)D69.0
Schottmuller's diseaseA01.4
Schroeder's syndrome (endocrine hypertensive)E27.0
Schüller-Christian disease or syndromeC96.5
Schultze's type acroparesthesia, simpleI73.89
Schultz's disease or syndromeSee: Agranulocytosis;
Schwalbe-Ziehen-Oppenheim diseaseG24.1
SchwannomaSee Also: Neoplasm, nerve, benign;
SchwannomatosisQ85.03
Schwartz (-Jampel) syndromeG71.13
Schwartz-Bartter syndromeE22.2
Schweniger-Buzzi anetodermaL90.1
SciaticCondition
Sciatica (infective)
Scimitar syndromeQ26.8
ScleraCondition
SclerectasiaH15.84
Scleredema
Sclerema (adiposum) (edematosum) (neonatorum) (newborn)P83.0
ScleriasisSee: Scleroderma;
ScleritisH15.00
SclerochoroiditisH31.8
ScleroconjunctivitisScleritis
Sclerocystic ovary syndromeE28.2
Sclerodactyly, sclerodactyliaL94.3
Scleroderma, sclerodermia (acrosclerotic) (diffuse) (generalized) (progressive) (pulmonary)M34.9See Also: Sclerosis, systemic;
SclerokeratitisH16.8
Scleroma nasiA48.8
Scleromalacia (perforans)H15.05
ScleromyxedemaL98.5
Sclérose en plaquesG35
Sclerosis, sclerotic
Scoliosis (acquired) (postural)M41.9
Scoliotic pelvis
Scorbutus, scorbuticSee Also: Scurvy;
Score, NIHSS (National Institutes of Health Stroke Scale)R29.7
Scotoma (arcuate) (Bjerrum) (central) (ring)See Also: Defect, visual field, localized, scotoma;
ScratchAbrasion
Scratchy throatR09.89
Screening (for)Z13.9
Scrofula, scrofulosis (tuberculosis of cervical lymph glands)A18.2
Scrofulide (primary) (tuberculous)A18.4
Scrofuloderma, scrofulodermia (any site) (primary)A18.4
Scrofulosus lichen (primary) (tuberculous)A18.4
ScrofulousCondition
Scrotal tongueK14.5
ScrotumCondition
Scurvy, scorbuticE54
SealpoxB08.62
SeasicknessT75.3
Seatworm (infection) (infestation)B80
SebaceousCondition
Seborrhea, seborrheicL21.9
Seckel's syndromeQ87.19
Seclusion, pupilSee: Membrane, pupillary;
Second hand tobacco smoke exposure (acute) (chronic)Z77.22
Secondary
Secretion
Section
Sedative, hypnotic, or anxiolytic-induced
Segmentation, incomplete (congenital)See Also: Fusion;
Seitelberger's syndrome (infantile neuraxonal dystrophy)G31.89
Seizure (s)R56.9See Also: Convulsions;
Selenium deficiency, dietaryE59
Self-damaging behavior (life-style)Z72.89
Self-harm (attempted)
Self-mutilation (attempted)
Self-poisoning
SemicomaR40.1
Seminal vesiculitisN49.0
SeminomaC62.9
Senear-Usher disease or syndromeL10.4
SenectusR54
Senescence (without mention of psychosis)R54
Senile, senilityR41.81Condition
Sensation
Sense loss
Sensibility disturbance (cortical) (deep) (vibratory)R20.9
Sensitive, sensitivitySee Also: Allergy;
Sensitiver BeziehungswahnF22
Sensitization, auto-erythrocyticD69.2
Separation
Sepsis (generalized) (unspecified organism)A41.9
SeptateSee: Septum;
SepticCondition
SepticemiaA41.9
Septum, septate (congenital)See Also: Anomaly, by site;
Sequelae (of)Condition
SequestrationSequestrum
Sequestrum
Sequoiosis lung or pneumonitisJ67.8
Serology for syphilis
SeromaSee Also: Hematoma;
SeropurulentCondition
Serositis, multipleK65.8
SerousCondition
Sertoli cell
Sertoli-Leydig cell tumorSee: Neoplasm, benign, by site;
Serum
SesamoiditisM25.8
Severe sepsisR65.20
Sever's disease or osteochondrosisSee: Osteochondrosis, juvenile, tarsus;
Sex
Sextuplet pregnancySee: Pregnancy, sextuplet;
Sexual
Sexuality, pathologicSee: Deviation, sexual;
Sézary diseaseC84.1
Shadow, lungR91.8
Shaking palsy or paralysisSee: Parkinsonism;
Shallowness, acetabulumSee: Derangement, joint, specified type NEC, hip;
Shaver's diseaseJ63.1
Sheath (tendon)Condition
Sheathing, retinal vesselsH35.01
Shedding
Sheehan's disease or syndromeE23.0
Shelf, rectalK62.89
Shell teethK00.5
Shellshock (current)F43.0
Shield kidneyQ63.1
Shift
Shifting sleep-work schedule (affecting sleep)G47.26
Shiga (-Kruse) dysenteryA03.0
Shiga's bacillusA03.0
Shigella (dysentery)See: Dysentery, bacillary;
ShigellosisA03.9
Shin splintsS86.89
ShinglesSee: Herpes, zoster;
Shipyard disease or eyeB30.0
Shirodkar suture, in pregnancySee: Pregnancy, complicated by, incompetent cervix;
ShockR57.9
Shoemaker's chestM95.4
Short, shortening, shortness
ShortsightednessSee: Myopia;
Shoshin (acute fulminating beriberi)E51.11
ShoulderCondition
Shovel-shaped incisorsK00.2
Shower, thromboembolicSee: Embolism;
Shunt
Shutdown, renalN28.9
Shy-Drager syndromeG90.3
Sialadenitis, sialadenosis (any gland) (chronic) (periodic) (suppurative)See: Sialoadenitis;
SialectasiaK11.8
SialidosisE77.1
Sialitis, silitis (any gland) (chronic) (suppurative)See: Sialoadenitis;
Sialoadenitis (any gland) (periodic) (suppurative)K11.20
SialoadenopathyK11.9
SialoangitisSee: Sialoadenitis;
Sialodochitis (fibrinosa)See: Sialoadenitis;
SialodocholithiasisK11.5
SialolithiasisK11.5
Sialometaplasia, necrotizingK11.8
SialorrheaSee Also: Ptyalism;
SialosisK11.7
Siamese twinQ89.4
Sibling rivalryZ62.891
Sicard's syndromeG52.7
Sicca syndromeM35.00
SickR69
Sick-euthyroid syndromeE07.81
Sickle-cell
SicklemiaSee Also: Disease, sickle-cell;
Sickness
SideropeniaSee: Anemia, iron deficiency;
SiderosilicosisJ62.8
Siderosis (lung)J63.4
Siemens' syndrome (ectodermal dysplasia)Q82.8
SighingR06.89
SigmoidCondition
SigmoiditisK52.9See Also: Enteritis;
Silfversköld's syndromeQ78.9
SilicosiderosisJ62.8
Silicosis, silicotic (simple) (complicated)J62.8
SilicotuberculosisJ65
Silo-fillers' diseaseJ68.8
Silver's syndromeQ87.19
Simian malariaB53.1
Simmonds' cachexia or diseaseE23.0
Simons' disease or syndrome (progressive lipodystrophy)E88.1
Simple, simplexCondition
Simulation, conscious (of illness)Z76.5
Simultanagnosia (asimultagnosia)R48.3
Sin Nombre virus disease (Hantavirus) (cardio)-pulmonary syndrome)B33.4
Sinding-Larsen disease or osteochondrosisSee: Osteochondrosis, juvenile, patella;
Singapore hemorrhagic feverA91
Singer's node or noduleJ38.2
Single
SingultusR06.6
SinusSee Also: Fistula;
Sinusitis (accessory) (chronic) (hyperplastic) (nasal) (nonpurulent) (purulent)J32.9
Sinusitis-bronchiectasis-situs inversus (syndrome) (triad)Q89.3
Sipple's syndromeE31.22
Sirenomelia (syndrome)Q87.2
SiriasisT67.01
Sirkari's diseaseB55.0
SitiA65
Situation, psychiatricF99
Situational
Situs inversus or transversus (abdominalis) (thoracis)Q89.3
Sixth diseaseB08.20
Sjögren-Larsson syndromeQ87.19
Sjögren's syndrome or diseaseSicca syndrome
SkeletalCondition
Skene's glandCondition
SkenitisSee: Urethritis;
SkerljevoA65
Skevas-Zerfus diseaseSee: Toxicity, venom, marine animal, sea anemone;
SkinCondition
Slate-dressers' or slate-miners' lungJ62.8
Sleep
Sleep hygiene
Sleeping sicknessSee: Sickness, sleeping;
SleeplessnessSee: Insomnia;
Sleep-wake schedule disorderG47.20
Slim disease (in HIV infection)B20
Slipped, slipping
Slocumb's syndromeE27.0
Sloughing (multiple) (phagedena) (skin)See Also: Gangrene;
Slow
Slowing, urinary streamR39.198
Sluder's neuralgia (syndrome)G44.89
Slurred, slurring speechR47.81
Small (ness)
Small-and-light-for-datesSee: Small for dates;
Small-for-dates (infant)P05.10
SmallpoxB03
Smearing, fecalR15.1
Smith-Lemli-Opitz syndromeE78.72
Smith's fractureS52.54
SmokerSee: Dependence, drug, nicotine;
Smoker's
Smoking
Smothering spellsR06.81
Snaggle teeth, toothM26.39
Snapping
Sneddon-Wilkinson disease or syndrome (sub-corneal pustular dermatosis)L13.1
Sneezing (intractable)R06.7
Sniffing
Sniffles
SnoringR06.83
Snow blindnessPhotokeratitis
Snuffles (non-syphilitic)R06.5
Social
SodokuA25.0
Soemmerring's ringSee: Cataract, secondary;
SoftCondition
Softening
Soldier's
Solitary
Solvent abuseSee: Abuse, drug, inhalant;
Somatization reaction, somatic reactionSee: Disorder, somatoform;
SomnambulismF51.3
SomnolenceR40.0
Sonne dysenteryA03.3
SoorB37.0
Sore
Soto's syndrome (cerebral gigantism)Q87.3
South African cardiomyopathy syndromeI42.8
Southeast Asian hemorrhagic feverA91
Spacing
Spade-like hand (congenital)Q68.1
Spading nailL60.8
Spanish collarN47.1
SparganosisB70.1
Spasm (s), spastic, spasticityR25.2Condition
SpasmodicCondition
SpasmophiliaSee: Tetany;
Spasmus nutansF98.4
Spastic, spasticitySee Also: Spasm;
Speaker's throatR49.8
Specific, specifiedCondition
Speech
Spencer's diseaseA08.19
Spens' syndrome (syncope with heart block)I45.9
Sperm counts (fertility testing)Z31.41
Spermatic cordCondition
SpermatoceleN43.40
SpermatocystitisN49.0
SpermatocytomaC62.9
SpermatorrheaN50.89
SphacelusSee: Gangrene;
SphenoidalCondition
Sphenoiditis (chronic)See: Sinusitis, sphenoidal;
Sphenopalatine ganglion neuralgiaG90.09
Sphericity, increased, lens (congenital)Q12.4
Spherocytosis (congenital) (familial) (hereditary)D58.0
SpherophakiaQ12.4
SphincterCondition
Sphincteritis, sphincter of OddiSee: Cholangitis;
SphingolipidosisE75.3
SphingomyelinosisE75.3
Spicule toothK00.2
Spider
Spiegler-Fendt
Spielmeyer-Vogt diseaseE75.4
Spina bifida (aperta)Q05.9
Spindle, Krukenberg'sSee: Pigmentation, cornea, posterior;
Spine, spinalCondition
Spiradenoma (eccrine)See: Neoplasm, skin, benign;
SpirillosisA25.0
Spirillum
SpirochetalCondition
SpirochetosisA69.9
SpirometrosisB70.1
Spitting bloodHemoptysis
SplanchnoptosisK63.4
Spleen, splenicCondition
SplenectasisSee: Splenomegaly;
Splenitis (interstitial) (malignant) (nonspecific)D73.89
SplenoceleD73.89
Splenomegaly, splenomegalia (Bengal) (cryptogenic) (idiopathic) (tropical)R16.1
SplenopathyD73.9
SplenoptosisD73.89
SplenosisD73.89
SplinterSee: Foreign body, superficial, by site;
Split, splitting
SpondylarthrosisSpondylosis
Spondylitis (chronic)See Also: Spondylopathy, inflammatory;
Spondylolisthesis (acquired) (degenerative)M43.10
Spondylolysis (acquired)M43.00
SpondylopathyM48.9
SpondylosisM47.9
Sponge
Sponge-diver's diseaseSee: Toxicity, venom, marine animal, sea anemone;
Spongioblastoma (any type)See: Neoplasm, malignant, by site;
SpongioneuroblastomaSee: Neoplasm, malignant, by site;
SpontaneousCondition
Spoon nailL60.3
SporadicCondition
Sporothrix schenckii infectionSporotrichosis
SporotrichosisB42.9
Spots, spotting (in) (of)
Spotted feverN92.3See: Fever, spotted;
Sprain (joint) (ligament)
Sprengel's deformity (congenital)Q74.0
Sprue (tropical)K90.1
Spur, boneSee Also: Enthesopathy;
Spurway's syndromeQ78.0
Sputum
SquamousCondition
Squashed noseM95.0
Squeeze, diver'sT70.3
SquintSee Also: Strabismus;
SSADHD (succinic semialdehyde dehydrogenase deficiency)E72.81
St. Hubert's diseaseA82.9
StabLaceration
Stafne's cyst or cavityM27.0
Staggering gaitR26.0
Staghorn calculusSee: Calculus, kidney;
Stähli's line (cornea) (pigment)See: Pigmentation, cornea, anterior;
Stain, staining
StammeringF80.81See Also: Disorder, fluency;
Standstill
StannosisJ63.5
Stanton's diseaseMelioidosis
Staphylitis (acute) (catarrhal) (chronic) (gangrenous) (membranous) (suppurative) (ulcerative)K12.2
Staphylococcal scalded skin syndromeL00
StaphylococcemiaA41.2
Staphylococcus, staphylococcalCondition
Staphyloma (sclera)
Stargardt's diseaseSee: Dystrophy, retina;
Starvation (inanition) (due to lack of food)T73.0
Stasis
State (of)
Status (post)Presence (of)
Stealing
Steam burnSee: Burn;
Steatocystoma multiplexL72.2
Steatohepatitis (nonalcoholic) (NASH)K75.81
SteatomaL72.3
Steatorrhea (chronic)K90.9
SteatosisE88.89
Steele-Richardson-Olszewski disease or syndromeG23.1
Steinbrocker's syndromeG90.8
Steinert's diseaseG71.11
Stein-Leventhal syndromeE28.2
Stein's syndromeE28.2
STEMII21.3See Also: - Infarct, myocardium, ST elevation;
StenocardiaI20.8
StenocephalyQ75.8
Stenosis, stenotic (cicatricial)Stricture
Stent jailT82.897
Stercolith (impaction)K56.41
Stercoraceous, stercoral ulcerK63.3
Stereotypies NECF98.4
SterilityInfertility
SterilizationSee: Encounter (for), sterilization;
SternalgiaSee: Angina;
SternopagusQ89.4
Sternum bifidumQ76.7
Steroid
Stevens-Johnson disease or syndromeL51.1
Stewart-Morel syndromeM85.2
Sticker's diseaseB08.3
Sticky eyeSee: Conjunctivitis, acute, mucopurulent;
Stieda's diseaseSee: Bursitis, tibial collateral;
Stiff neckSee: Torticollis;
Stiff-man syndromeG25.82
Stiffness, joint NECM25.60
Stigmata congenital syphilisA50.59
StillbirthP95
Still-Felty syndromeFelty's syndrome
Still's disease or syndrome (juvenile)M08.20
Stimulation, ovaryE28.1
Sting (venomous) (with allergic or anaphylactic shock)See: Table of Drugs and Chemicals, by animal or substance, poisoning;
Stippled epiphysesQ78.8
Stitch
Stokes' diseaseE05.00
Stokes-Adams disease or syndromeI45.9
Stokvis (-Talma) diseaseD74.8
Stoma malfunction
StomachCondition
Stomatitis (denture) (ulcerative)K12.1
StomatocytosisD58.8
StomatomycosisB37.0
StomatorrhagiaK13.79
Stone (s)See Also: Calculus;
Stonecutter's lungJ62.8
Stonemason's asthma, disease, lung or pneumoconiosisJ62.8
Stoppage
Storm, thyroidSee: Thyrotoxicosis;
Strabismus (congenital) (nonparalytic)H50.9
Strain
Straining, on urinationR39.16
Strand, vitreousSee: Opacity, vitreous, membranes and strands;
Strangulation, strangulatedSee Also: Asphyxia, traumatic;
StranguryR30.0
Straw itchB88.0
Strawberry
Streak (s)
StrephosymboliaF81.0
Streptobacillary feverA25.1
StreptobacillosisA25.1
Streptobacillus moniliformisA25.1
Streptococcus, streptococcalCondition
StreptomycosisB47.1
StreptotrichosisA48.8
StressF43.9
Stretching, nerveSee: Injury, nerve;
Striae albicantes, atrophicae or distensae (cutis)L90.6
StrictureSee Also: Stenosis;
StridorR06.1
StridulousCondition
Stroke (apoplectic) (brain) (embolic) (ischemic) (paralytic) (thrombotic)I63.9
Stromatosis, endometrialD39.0
Strongyloidiasis, strongyloidosisB78.9
Strophulus pruriginosusL28.2
Struck by lightningSee: Lightning;
StrumaSee Also: Goiter;
Strumipriva cachexiaE03.4
Strümpell-Marie spineSee: Spondylitis, ankylosing;
Strümpell-Westphal pseudosclerosisE83.01
Stuart deficiency disease (factor X)D68.2
Stuart-Prower factor deficiency (factor X)D68.2
Student's elbowSee: Bursitis, elbow, olecranon;
StumpAmputation
Stunting, nutritionalE45
Stupor (catatonic)R40.1
Sturge (-Weber) (-Dimitri) (-Kalischer) disease or syndromeQ85.8
StutteringF80.81
Sty, stye (external) (internal) (meibomian) (zeisian)See: Hordeolum;
Subacidity, gastricK31.89
SubacuteCondition
SubarachnoidCondition
SubcorticalCondition
Subcostal syndrome, nerve compressionSee: Mononeuropathy, upper limb, specified site NEC;
Subcutaneous, subcuticularCondition
SubduralCondition
SubendocardiumCondition
Subependymoma
SuberosisJ67.3
SubglossitisSee: Glossitis;
SubhemophiliaD66
Subinvolution
SublingualCondition
SublinguitisSee: Sialoadenitis;
Subluxatable hipQ65.6
SubluxationSee Also: Dislocation;
SubmaxillaryCondition
Submersion (fatal) (nonfatal)T75.1
SubmucousCondition
Subnormal, subnormality
SubphrenicCondition
Subscapular nerveCondition
Subseptus uterusQ51.28
Subsiding appendicitisK36
Substance (other psychoactive)-induced
Substernal thyroidE04.9
Substitution disorderF44.9
SubtentorialCondition
Subthyroidism (acquired)See Also: Hypothyroidism;
Succenturiate placentaO43.19
Sucking thumb, child (excessive)F98.8
Sudamen, sudaminaL74.1
Sudanese kala-azarB55.0
Sudden
Sudeck's atrophy, disease, or syndromeAlgoneurodystrophy
SuffocationSee: Asphyxia, traumatic;
Sugar
Suicide, suicidal (attempted)T14.91
Suipestifer infectionSee: Infection, salmonella;
Sulfhemoglobinemia, sulphemoglobinemia (acquired) (with methemoglobinemia)D74.8
Sumatran mite feverA75.3
SummerCondition
SunburnL55.9
SUNCT (short lasting unilateral neuralgiform headache with conjunctival injection and tearing)G44.059
SundowningF05
Sunken acetabulumSee: Derangement, joint, specified type NEC, hip;
SunstrokeT67.01
SuperfecundationSee: Pregnancy, multiple;
SuperfetationSee: Pregnancy, multiple;
Superinvolution (uterus)N85.8
Supernumerary (congenital)
Supervision (of)
Supplemental teethK00.1
Suppression
Suppuration, suppurativeCondition
Supraeruption of tooth (teeth)M26.34
SupraglottitisJ04.30
Suprarenal (gland)Condition
Suprascapular nerveCondition
SuprasellarCondition
Surfer's knots or nodulesS89.8
Surgical
Surveillance (of) (for)See Also: Observation;
Susceptibility to disease, geneticZ15.89
Suspected condition, ruled outSee Also: Observation, suspected;
Suspended uterus
Sutton's nevusD22.9
Suture
Swab inadvertently left in operation woundSee: Foreign body, accidentally left during a procedure;
Swallowed, swallowing
Swan-neck deformity (finger)See: Deformity, finger, swan-neck;
Swearing, compulsiveF42.8
Sweat, sweats
Sweating, excessiveR61
Sweeley-Klionsky diseaseE75.21
Sweet's disease or dermatosisL98.2
Swelling (of)R60.9
Swift (-Feer) disease
Swimmer's
Swimming in the headR42
SwollenSee: Swelling;
Swyer syndromeQ99.1
SycosisL73.8
Sydenham's choreaSee: Chorea, Sydenham's;
Sylvatic yellow feverA95.0
Sylvest's diseaseB33.0
SymblepharonH11.23
Symond's syndromeG93.2
SympatheticCondition
SympatheticotoniaG90.8
Sympathicoblastoma
SympathogoniomaSympathicoblastoma
Symphalangy (fingers) (toes)Q70.9
Symptoms NECR68.89
SympusQ74.2
SyncephalusQ89.4
Synchondrosis
Synchysis (scintillans) (senile) (vitreous body)H43.89
Syncope (near) (pre-)R55
Syndactylism, syndactylyQ70.9
SyndromeSee Also: Disease;
Synechia (anterior) (iris) (posterior) (pupil)See Also: Adhesions, iris;
SynesthesiaR20.8
Syngamiasis, syngamosisB83.3
SynodontiaK00.2
Synorchidism, synorchismQ55.1
Synostosis (congenital)Q78.8
Synovial sarcomaSee: Neoplasm, connective tissue, malignant;
Synovioma (malignant)See Also: Neoplasm, connective tissue, malignant;
SynoviosarcomaSee: Neoplasm, connective tissue, malignant;
SynovitisM65.9Tenosynovitis
SyphilidA51.39
Syphilis, syphilitic (acquired)A53.9
SyphilomaA52.79
SyphilophobiaF45.29
SyringadenomaSee Also: Neoplasm, skin, benign;
SyringobulbiaG95.0
SyringocystadenomaSee: Neoplasm, skin, benign;
SyringomaSee Also: Neoplasm, skin, benign;
SyringomyeliaG95.0
SyringomyelitisSee: Encephalitis;
SyringomyeloceleSee: Spina bifida;
SyringopontiaG95.0
System, systemicCondition