Eruption

"Eruption" References in the ICD-10-CM Index to Diseases and Injuries

References in the ICD-10-CM Index to Diseases and Injuries applicable to the clinical term "eruption"

  • Eruption
    • creeping - B76.9 Hookworm disease, unspecified
    • drug (generalized) (taken internally) - L27.0 Generalized skin eruption due to drugs and medicaments taken internally
      • fixed - L27.1 Localized skin eruption due to drugs and medicaments taken internally
      • in contact with skin - See: Dermatitis, due to drugs;
      • localized - L27.1 Localized skin eruption due to drugs and medicaments taken internally
    • Hutchinson, summer - L56.4 Polymorphous light eruption
    • Kaposi's varicelliform - B00.0 Eczema herpeticum
    • napkin - L22 Diaper dermatitis
    • polymorphous light (sun) - L56.4 Polymorphous light eruption
    • recalcitrant pustular - L13.8 Other specified bullous disorders
    • ringed - R23.8 Other skin changes
    • skin (nonspecific) - R21 Rash and other nonspecific skin eruption
      • creeping (meaning hookworm) - B76.9 Hookworm disease, unspecified
      • due to inoculation/vaccination (generalized) - See Also: Dermatitis, due to, vaccine; - L27.0 Generalized skin eruption due to drugs and medicaments taken internally
        • localized - L27.1 Localized skin eruption due to drugs and medicaments taken internally
      • erysipeloid - A26.0 Cutaneous erysipeloid
      • feigned - L98.1 Factitial dermatitis
      • Kaposi's varicelliform - B00.0 Eczema herpeticum
      • lichenoid - L28.0 Lichen simplex chronicus
      • meaning dermatitis - See: Dermatitis;
      • toxic NEC - L53.0 Toxic erythema
    • tooth, teeth, abnormal (incomplete) (late) (premature) (sequence) - K00.6 Disturbances in tooth eruption
    • vesicular - R23.8 Other skin changes

Applicable Clinical Terms Definitions

Erysipeloid: An infection caused by Erysipelothrix rhusiopathiae that is almost wholly restricted to persons who in their occupation handle infected fish, shellfish, poultry, or meat. Three forms of this condition exist: a mild localized form manifested by local swelling and redness of the skin; a diffuse form that might present with fever; and a rare systemic form associated with endocarditis.