Glaucoma

"Glaucoma" 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 "glaucoma"

  • Glaucoma - H40.9 Unspecified glaucoma
    • absolute - H44.51 Absolute glaucoma
    • angle-closure (primary) - H40.20 Unspecified primary angle-closure glaucoma
      • acute (attack) (crisis) - H40.21 Acute angle-closure glaucoma
      • chronic - H40.22 Chronic angle-closure glaucoma
      • intermittent - H40.23 Intermittent angle-closure glaucoma
      • residual stage - H40.24 Residual stage of angle-closure glaucoma
    • borderline - H40.00 Preglaucoma, unspecified
    • capsular (with pseudoexfoliation of lens) - See: Glaucoma, open angle, primary, capsular;
    • childhood - Q15.0 Congenital glaucoma
    • closed angle - See: Glaucoma, angle-closure;
    • congenital - Q15.0 Congenital glaucoma
    • corticosteroid-induced - See: Glaucoma, secondary, drugs;
    • hypersecretion - H40.82 Hypersecretion glaucoma
    • in (due to)
      • amyloidosis - E85.4 Organ-limited amyloidosis
      • aniridia - Q13.1 Absence of iris
      • concussion of globe - See: Glaucoma, secondary, trauma;
      • dislocation of lens - See: Glaucoma, secondary;
      • disorder of lens NEC - See: Glaucoma, secondary;
      • drugs - See: Glaucoma, secondary, drugs;
      • endocrine disease NOS - E34.9 Endocrine disorder, unspecified
      • eye
        • inflammation - See: Glaucoma, secondary, inflammation;
        • trauma - See: Glaucoma, secondary, trauma;
      • hypermature cataract - See: Glaucoma, secondary;
      • iridocyclitis - See: Glaucoma, secondary, inflammation;
      • lens disorder - See: Glaucoma, secondary,;
      • Lowe's syndrome - E72.03 Lowe's syndrome
      • metabolic disease NOS - E88.9 Metabolic disorder, unspecified
      • ocular disorders NEC - See: Glaucoma, secondary;
      • onchocerciasis - B73.02 Onchocerciasis with glaucoma
      • pupillary block - See: Glaucoma, secondary;
      • retinal vein occlusion - See: Glaucoma, secondary;
      • Rieger's anomaly - Q13.81 Rieger's anomaly
      • rubeosis of iris - See: Glaucoma, secondary;
      • tumor of globe - See: Glaucoma, secondary;
    • infantile - Q15.0 Congenital glaucoma
    • low tension - See: Glaucoma, open angle, primary, low-tension;
    • malignant - H40.83 Aqueous misdirection
    • narrow angle - See: Glaucoma, angle-closure;
    • newborn - Q15.0 Congenital glaucoma
    • noncongestive (chronic) - See: Glaucoma, open angle;
    • nonobstructive - See: Glaucoma, open angle;
    • obstructive - See Also: Glaucoma, angle-closure;
      • due to lens changes - See: Glaucoma, secondary;
    • open angle - H40.10 Unspecified open-angle glaucoma
      • primary - H40.11 Primary open-angle glaucoma
        • capsular (with pseudoexfoliation of lens) - H40.14 Capsular glaucoma with pseudoexfoliation of lens
        • low-tension - H40.12 Low-tension glaucoma
        • pigmentary - H40.13 Pigmentary glaucoma
        • residual stage - H40.15 Residual stage of open-angle glaucoma
    • phacolytic - See: Glaucoma, secondary;
    • pigmentary - See: Glaucoma, open angle, primary, pigmentary;
    • postinfectious - See: Glaucoma, secondary, inflammation;
    • secondary (to) - H40.5 Glaucoma secondary to other eye disorders
      • drugs - H40.6 Glaucoma secondary to drugs
      • inflammation - H40.4 Glaucoma secondary to eye inflammation
      • trauma - H40.3 Glaucoma secondary to eye trauma
    • simple (chronic) - H40.11 Primary open-angle glaucoma
    • simplex - H40.11 Primary open-angle glaucoma
    • specified type NEC - H40.89 Other specified glaucoma
    • suspect - H40.00 Preglaucoma, unspecified
    • syphilitic - A52.71 Late syphilitic oculopathy
    • traumatic - See Also: Glaucoma, secondary, trauma;
      • newborn (birth injury) - P15.3 Birth injury to eye
    • tuberculous - A18.59 Other tuberculosis of eye
    • with
      • increased episcleral venous pressure - H40.81 Glaucoma with increased episcleral venous pressure
      • pseudoexfoliation of lens - See: Glaucoma, open angle, primary, capsular;

Applicable Clinical Terms Definitions

Infant, Newborn: An infant during the first 28 days after birth.