Hernia, hernial (acquired) (recurrent)

"Hernia, hernial (acquired) (recurrent)" 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 "hernia, hernial (acquired) (recurrent)"

  • Hernia, hernial (acquired) (recurrent) - K46.9 Unspecified abdominal hernia without obstruction or gangrene
    • abdomen, abdominal - K46.9 Unspecified abdominal hernia without obstruction or gangrene
      • femoral - See: Hernia, femoral;
      • incisional - See: Hernia, incisional;
      • inguinal - See: Hernia, inguinal;
      • specified site NEC - K45.8 Other specified abdominal hernia without obstruction or gangrene
        • with
          • gangrene (and obstruction) - K45.1 Other specified abdominal hernia with gangrene
          • obstruction - K45.0 Other specified abdominal hernia with obstruction, without gangrene
      • umbilical - See: Hernia, umbilical;
      • wall - See: Hernia, ventral;
      • with
        • gangrene (and obstruction) - K46.1 Unspecified abdominal hernia with gangrene
        • obstruction - K46.0 Unspecified abdominal hernia with obstruction, without gangrene
    • appendix - See: Hernia, abdomen;
    • bladder (mucosa) (sphincter)
      • congenital (female) (male) - Q79.51 Congenital hernia of bladder
      • female - See: Cystocele;
      • male - N32.89 Other specified disorders of bladder
    • brain, congenital - See: Encephalocele;
    • cartilage, vertebra - See: Displacement, intervertebral disc;
    • cerebral, congenital - See Also: Encephalocele;
      • endaural - Q01.8 Encephalocele of other sites
    • ciliary body (traumatic) - S05.2 Ocular laceration and rupture with prolapse or loss of intraocular tissue
    • colon - See: Hernia, abdomen;
    • Cooper's - See: Hernia, abdomen, specified site NEC;
    • crural - See: Hernia, femoral;
    • diaphragm, diaphragmatic - K44.9 Diaphragmatic hernia without obstruction or gangrene
      • congenital - Q79.0 Congenital diaphragmatic hernia
      • with
        • gangrene (and obstruction) - K44.1 Diaphragmatic hernia with gangrene
        • obstruction - K44.0 Diaphragmatic hernia with obstruction, without gangrene
    • direct (inguinal) - See: Hernia, inguinal;
    • diverticulum, intestine - See: Hernia, abdomen;
    • double (inguinal) - See: Hernia, inguinal, bilateral;
    • due to adhesions (with obstruction) - K56.50 Intestinal adhesions [bands], unspecified as to partial versus complete obstruction
    • epigastric - See Also: Hernia, ventral; - K43.9 Ventral hernia without obstruction or gangrene
    • esophageal hiatus - See: Hernia, hiatal;
    • external (inguinal) - See: Hernia, inguinal;
    • fallopian tube - N83.4 Prolapse and hernia of ovary and fallopian tube
    • fascia - M62.89 Other specified disorders of muscle
    • femoral - K41.90 Unilateral femoral hernia, without obstruction or gangrene, not specified as recurrent
      • bilateral - K41.20 Bilateral femoral hernia, without obstruction or gangrene, not specified as recurrent
        • not specified as recurrent - K41.20 Bilateral femoral hernia, without obstruction or gangrene, not specified as recurrent
        • recurrent - K41.21 Bilateral femoral hernia, without obstruction or gangrene, recurrent
        • with
          • gangrene (and obstruction) - K41.10 Bilateral femoral hernia, with gangrene, not specified as recurrent
            • not specified as recurrent - K41.10 Bilateral femoral hernia, with gangrene, not specified as recurrent
            • recurrent - K41.11 Bilateral femoral hernia, with gangrene, recurrent
          • obstruction - K41.00 Bilateral femoral hernia, with obstruction, without gangrene, not specified as recurrent
            • not specified as recurrent - K41.00 Bilateral femoral hernia, with obstruction, without gangrene, not specified as recurrent
            • recurrent - K41.01 Bilateral femoral hernia, with obstruction, without gangrene, recurrent
      • not specified as recurrent - K41.90 Unilateral femoral hernia, without obstruction or gangrene, not specified as recurrent
      • recurrent - K41.91 Unilateral femoral hernia, without obstruction or gangrene, recurrent
      • unilateral - K41.90 Unilateral femoral hernia, without obstruction or gangrene, not specified as recurrent
        • not specified as recurrent - K41.90 Unilateral femoral hernia, without obstruction or gangrene, not specified as recurrent
        • recurrent - K41.91 Unilateral femoral hernia, without obstruction or gangrene, recurrent
        • with
          • gangrene (and obstruction) - K41.40 Unilateral femoral hernia, with gangrene, not specified as recurrent
            • not specified as recurrent - K41.40 Unilateral femoral hernia, with gangrene, not specified as recurrent
            • recurrent - K41.41 Unilateral femoral hernia, with gangrene, recurrent
          • obstruction - K41.30 Unilateral femoral hernia, with obstruction, without gangrene, not specified as recurrent
            • not specified as recurrent - K41.30 Unilateral femoral hernia, with obstruction, without gangrene, not specified as recurrent
            • recurrent - K41.31 Unilateral femoral hernia, with obstruction, without gangrene, recurrent
      • with
        • gangrene (and obstruction) - K41.40 Unilateral femoral hernia, with gangrene, not specified as recurrent
          • not specified as recurrent - K41.40 Unilateral femoral hernia, with gangrene, not specified as recurrent
          • recurrent - K41.41 Unilateral femoral hernia, with gangrene, recurrent
        • obstruction - K41.30 Unilateral femoral hernia, with obstruction, without gangrene, not specified as recurrent
          • not specified as recurrent - K41.30 Unilateral femoral hernia, with obstruction, without gangrene, not specified as recurrent
          • recurrent - K41.31 Unilateral femoral hernia, with obstruction, without gangrene, recurrent
    • foramen magnum - G93.5 Compression of brain
      • congenital - Q01.8 Encephalocele of other sites
    • funicular (umbilical) - See Also: Hernia, umbilicus;
      • spermatic (cord) - See: Hernia, inguinal;
    • gastrointestinal tract - See: Hernia, abdomen;
    • Hesselbach's - See: Hernia, femoral, specified site NEC;
    • hiatal (esophageal) (sliding) - K44.9 Diaphragmatic hernia without obstruction or gangrene
      • congenital - Q40.1 Congenital hiatus hernia
      • with
        • gangrene (and obstruction) - K44.1 Diaphragmatic hernia with gangrene
        • obstruction - K44.0 Diaphragmatic hernia with obstruction, without gangrene
    • hypogastric - See: Hernia, ventral;
    • incarcerated - See Also: Hernia, by site, with obstruction;
      • with gangrene - See: Hernia, by site, with gangrene;
    • incisional - K43.2 Incisional hernia without obstruction or gangrene
      • with
        • gangrene (and obstruction) - K43.1 Incisional hernia with gangrene
        • obstruction - K43.0 Incisional hernia with obstruction, without gangrene
    • indirect (inguinal) - See: Hernia, inguinal;
    • inguinal (direct) (external) (funicular) (indirect) (internal) (oblique) (scrotal) (sliding) - K40.90 Unilateral inguinal hernia, without obstruction or gangrene, not specified as recurrent
      • bilateral - K40.20 Bilateral inguinal hernia, without obstruction or gangrene, not specified as recurrent
        • not specified as recurrent - K40.20 Bilateral inguinal hernia, without obstruction or gangrene, not specified as recurrent
        • recurrent - K40.21 Bilateral inguinal hernia, without obstruction or gangrene, recurrent
        • with
          • gangrene (and obstruction) - K40.10 Bilateral inguinal hernia, with gangrene, not specified as recurrent
            • not specified as recurrent - K40.10 Bilateral inguinal hernia, with gangrene, not specified as recurrent
            • recurrent - K40.11 Bilateral inguinal hernia, with gangrene, recurrent
          • obstruction - K40.00 Bilateral inguinal hernia, with obstruction, without gangrene, not specified as recurrent
            • not specified as recurrent - K40.00 Bilateral inguinal hernia, with obstruction, without gangrene, not specified as recurrent
            • recurrent - K40.01 Bilateral inguinal hernia, with obstruction, without gangrene, recurrent
      • not specified as recurrent - K40.90 Unilateral inguinal hernia, without obstruction or gangrene, not specified as recurrent
      • recurrent - K40.91 Unilateral inguinal hernia, without obstruction or gangrene, recurrent
      • unilateral - K40.90 Unilateral inguinal hernia, without obstruction or gangrene, not specified as recurrent
        • not specified as recurrent - K40.90 Unilateral inguinal hernia, without obstruction or gangrene, not specified as recurrent
        • recurrent - K40.91 Unilateral inguinal hernia, without obstruction or gangrene, recurrent
        • with
          • gangrene (and obstruction) - K40.40 Unilateral inguinal hernia, with gangrene, not specified as recurrent
            • not specified as recurrent - K40.40 Unilateral inguinal hernia, with gangrene, not specified as recurrent
            • recurrent - K40.41 Unilateral inguinal hernia, with gangrene, recurrent
          • obstruction - K40.30 Unilateral inguinal hernia, with obstruction, without gangrene, not specified as recurrent
            • not specified as recurrent - K40.30 Unilateral inguinal hernia, with obstruction, without gangrene, not specified as recurrent
            • recurrent - K40.31 Unilateral inguinal hernia, with obstruction, without gangrene, recurrent
      • with
        • gangrene (and obstruction) - K40.40 Unilateral inguinal hernia, with gangrene, not specified as recurrent
          • not specified as recurrent - K40.40 Unilateral inguinal hernia, with gangrene, not specified as recurrent
          • recurrent - K40.41 Unilateral inguinal hernia, with gangrene, recurrent
        • obstruction - K40.30 Unilateral inguinal hernia, with obstruction, without gangrene, not specified as recurrent
          • not specified as recurrent - K40.30 Unilateral inguinal hernia, with obstruction, without gangrene, not specified as recurrent
          • recurrent - K40.31 Unilateral inguinal hernia, with obstruction, without gangrene, recurrent
    • internal - See Also: Hernia, abdomen;
      • inguinal - See: Hernia, inguinal;
    • interstitial - See: Hernia, abdomen;
    • intervertebral cartilage or disc - See: Displacement, intervertebral disc;
    • intestine, intestinal - See: Hernia, by site;
    • intra-abdominal - See: Hernia, abdomen;
    • iris (traumatic) - S05.2 Ocular laceration and rupture with prolapse or loss of intraocular tissue
    • irreducible - See Also: Hernia, by site, with obstruction;
      • with gangrene - See: Hernia, by site, with gangrene;
    • ischiatic - See: Hernia, abdomen, specified site NEC;
    • ischiorectal - See: Hernia, abdomen, specified site NEC;
    • lens (traumatic) - S05.2 Ocular laceration and rupture with prolapse or loss of intraocular tissue
    • linea (alba) (semilunaris) - See: Hernia, ventral;
    • Littre's - See: Hernia, abdomen;
    • lumbar - See: Hernia, abdomen, specified site NEC;
    • lung (subcutaneous) - J98.4 Other disorders of lung
    • mediastinum - J98.59 Other diseases of mediastinum, not elsewhere classified
    • mesenteric (internal) - See: Hernia, abdomen;
    • midline - See: Hernia, ventral;
    • muscle (sheath) - M62.89 Other specified disorders of muscle
    • nucleus pulposus - See: Displacement, intervertebral disc;
    • oblique (inguinal) - See: Hernia, inguinal;
    • obstructive - See Also: Hernia, by site, with obstruction;
      • with gangrene - See: Hernia, by site, with gangrene;
    • obturator - See: Hernia, abdomen, specified site NEC;
    • omental - See: Hernia, abdomen;
    • ovary - N83.4 Prolapse and hernia of ovary and fallopian tube
    • oviduct - N83.4 Prolapse and hernia of ovary and fallopian tube
    • paraesophageal - See Also: Hernia, diaphragm;
      • congenital - Q40.1 Congenital hiatus hernia
    • parastomal - K43.5 Parastomal hernia without obstruction or gangrene
      • with
        • gangrene (and obstruction) - K43.4 Parastomal hernia with gangrene
        • obstruction - K43.3 Parastomal hernia with obstruction, without gangrene
    • paraumbilical - See: Hernia, umbilicus;
    • perineal - See: Hernia, abdomen, specified site NEC;
    • Petit's - See: Hernia, abdomen, specified site NEC;
    • postoperative - See: Hernia, incisional;
    • pregnant uterus - See: Abnormal, uterus in pregnancy or childbirth;
    • prevesical - N32.89 Other specified disorders of bladder
    • properitoneal - See: Hernia, abdomen, specified site NEC;
    • pudendal - See: Hernia, abdomen, specified site NEC;
    • rectovaginal - N81.6 Rectocele
    • retroperitoneal - See: Hernia, abdomen, specified site NEC;
    • Richter's - See: Hernia, abdomen, with obstruction;
    • Rieux's, Riex's - See: Hernia, abdomen, specified site NEC;
    • sac condition (adhesion) (dropsy) (inflammation) (laceration) (suppuration) - code by site under Hernia
    • sciatic - See: Hernia, abdomen, specified site NEC;
    • scrotum, scrotal - See: Hernia, inguinal;
    • sliding (inguinal) - See Also: Hernia, inguinal;
      • hiatus - See: Hernia, hiatal;
    • spigelian - See: Hernia, ventral;
    • spinal - See: Spina bifida;
    • strangulated - See Also: Hernia, by site, with obstruction;
      • with gangrene - See: Hernia, by site, with gangrene;
    • subxiphoid - See: Hernia, ventral;
    • supra-umbilicus - See: Hernia, ventral;
    • tendon - See: Disorder, tendon, specified type NEC;
    • Treitz's (fossa) - See: Hernia, abdomen, specified site NEC;
    • tunica vaginalis - Q55.29 Other congenital malformations of testis and scrotum
    • umbilicus, umbilical - K42.9 Umbilical hernia without obstruction or gangrene
      • with
        • gangrene (and obstruction) - K42.1 Umbilical hernia with gangrene
        • obstruction - K42.0 Umbilical hernia with obstruction, without gangrene
    • ureter - N28.89 Other specified disorders of kidney and ureter
    • urethra, congenital - Q64.79 Other congenital malformations of bladder and urethra
    • urinary meatus, congenital - Q64.79 Other congenital malformations of bladder and urethra
    • uterus - N81.4 Uterovaginal prolapse, unspecified
      • pregnant - See: Abnormal, uterus in pregnancy or childbirth;
    • vaginal (anterior) (wall) - See: Cystocele;
    • Velpeau's - See: Hernia, femoral;
    • ventral - K43.9 Ventral hernia without obstruction or gangrene
      • incisional - K43.2 Incisional hernia without obstruction or gangrene
        • with
          • gangrene (and obstruction) - K43.1 Incisional hernia with gangrene
          • obstruction - K43.0 Incisional hernia with obstruction, without gangrene
      • recurrent - See: Hernia, incisional;
      • specified NEC - K43.9 Ventral hernia without obstruction or gangrene
        • with
          • gangrene (and obstruction) - K43.7 Other and unspecified ventral hernia with gangrene
          • obstruction - K43.6 Other and unspecified ventral hernia with obstruction, without gangrene
      • with
        • gangrene (and obstruction) - K43.7 Other and unspecified ventral hernia with gangrene
        • obstruction - K43.6 Other and unspecified ventral hernia with obstruction, without gangrene
    • vesical
      • congenital (female) (male) - Q79.51 Congenital hernia of bladder
      • female - See: Cystocele;
      • male - N32.89 Other specified disorders of bladder
    • vitreous (into wound) - S05.2 Ocular laceration and rupture with prolapse or loss of intraocular tissue
      • into anterior chamber - See: Prolapse, vitreous;
    • with
      • gangrene - See: Hernia, by site, with, gangrene;
      • incarceration - See: Hernia, by site, with, obstruction;
      • irreducible - See: Hernia, by site, with, obstruction;
      • obstruction - See: Hernia, by site, with, obstruction;
      • strangulation - See: Hernia, by site, with, obstruction;

Applicable Clinical Terms Definitions

Appendix: A worm-like blind tube extension from the CECUM.

Colon: The segment of LARGE INTESTINE between the CECUM and the RECTUM. It includes the ASCENDING COLON; the TRANSVERSE COLON; the DESCENDING COLON; and the SIGMOID COLON.

Fallopian Tubes: A pair of highly specialized muscular canals extending from the UTERUS to its corresponding OVARY. They provide the means for OVUM collection, and the site for the final maturation of gametes and FERTILIZATION. The fallopian tube consists of an interstitium, an isthmus, an ampulla, an infundibulum, and fimbriae. Its wall consists of three histologic layers: serous, muscular, and an internal mucosal layer lined with both ciliated and secretory cells.

Fascia: Layers of connective tissue of variable thickness. The superficial fascia is found immediately below the skin; the deep fascia invests MUSCLES, nerves, and other organs.

Female:

Foramen Magnum: The large hole at the base of the skull through which the SPINAL CORD passes.

Gangrene: Death and putrefaction of tissue usually due to a loss of blood supply.

Gastrointestinal Tract: Generally refers to the digestive structures stretching from the MOUTH to ANUS, but does not include the accessory glandular organs (LIVER; BILIARY TRACT; PANCREAS).

Male:

Mediastinum: A membrane in the midline of the THORAX of mammals. It separates the lungs between the STERNUM in front and the VERTEBRAL COLUMN behind. It also surrounds the HEART, TRACHEA, ESOPHAGUS, THYMUS, and LYMPH NODES.

Nucleus Pulposus: Fibrocartilage inner core of the intervertebral disc. Prolapsed or bulged nucleus pulposus leads to INTERVERTEBRAL DISC DISPLACEMENT while proliferation of cells in the nucleus pulposus is associated with INTERVERTEBRAL DISC DEGENERATION.

Ovary: The reproductive organ (GONADS) in female animals. In vertebrates, the ovary contains two functional parts: the OVARIAN FOLLICLE for the production of female germ cells (OOGENESIS); and the endocrine cells (GRANULOSA CELLS; THECA CELLS; and LUTEAL CELLS) for the production of ESTROGENS and PROGESTERONE.

Oviducts: Ducts that serve exclusively for the passage of eggs from the ovaries to the exterior of the body. In non-mammals, they are termed oviducts. In mammals, they are highly specialized and known as FALLOPIAN TUBES.

Tendons: Fibrous bands or cords of CONNECTIVE TISSUE at the ends of SKELETAL MUSCLE FIBERS that serve to attach the MUSCLES to bones and other structures.

Ureter: One of a pair of thick-walled tubes that transports urine from the KIDNEY PELVIS to the URINARY BLADDER.

Uterus: The hollow thick-walled muscular organ in the female PELVIS. It consists of the fundus which is the site of EMBRYO IMPLANTATION and FETAL DEVELOPMENT. Beyond the isthmus at the perineal end of fundus, is CERVIX UTERI (the neck) opening into VAGINA. Beyond the isthmi at the upper abdominal end of fundus, are the FALLOPIAN TUBES.