Strabismus (congenital) (nonparalytic)

"Strabismus (congenital) (nonparalytic)" 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 "strabismus (congenital) (nonparalytic)"

  • Strabismus (congenital) (nonparalytic) - H50.9 Unspecified strabismus
    • concomitant - H50.40 Unspecified heterotropia
      • convergent - See: Strabismus, convergent concomitant;
      • divergent - See: Strabismus, divergent concomitant;
    • convergent concomitant - H50.00 Unspecified esotropia
      • accommodative component - H50.43 Accommodative component in esotropia
      • alternating - H50.05 Alternating esotropia
        • with
          • A pattern - H50.06 Alternating esotropia with A pattern
          • specified nonconcomitances NEC - H50.08 Alternating esotropia with other noncomitancies
          • V pattern - H50.07 Alternating esotropia with V pattern
      • monocular - H50.01 Monocular esotropia
        • intermittent - H50.31 Intermittent monocular esotropia
          • alternating - H50.32 Intermittent alternating esotropia
        • with
          • A pattern - H50.02 Monocular esotropia with A pattern
          • specified nonconcomitances NEC - H50.04 Monocular esotropia with other noncomitancies
          • V pattern - H50.03 Monocular esotropia with V pattern
    • cyclotropia - H50.41 Cyclotropia
    • divergent concomitant - H50.10 Unspecified exotropia
      • alternating - H50.15 Alternating exotropia
        • with
          • A pattern - H50.16 Alternating exotropia with A pattern
          • specified noncomitances NEC - H50.18 Alternating exotropia with other noncomitancies
          • V pattern - H50.17 Alternating exotropia with V pattern
      • monocular - H50.11 Monocular exotropia
        • intermittent - H50.33 Intermittent monocular exotropia
          • alternating - H50.34 Intermittent alternating exotropia
        • with
          • A pattern - H50.12 Monocular exotropia with A pattern
          • specified noncomitances NEC - H50.14 Monocular exotropia with other noncomitancies
          • V pattern - H50.13 Monocular exotropia with V pattern
    • Duane's syndrome - H50.81 Duane's syndrome
    • due to adhesions, scars - H50.69 Other mechanical strabismus
    • heterophoria - H50.50 Unspecified heterophoria
      • alternating - H50.55 Alternating heterophoria
      • cyclophoria - H50.54 Cyclophoria
      • esophoria - H50.51 Esophoria
      • exophoria - H50.52 Exophoria
      • vertical - H50.53 Vertical heterophoria
    • heterotropia - H50.40 Unspecified heterotropia
      • intermittent - H50.30 Unspecified intermittent heterotropia
    • hypertropia - H50.2 Vertical strabismus
    • hypotropia - See: Hypertropia;
    • latent - H50.50 Unspecified heterophoria
    • mechanical - H50.60 Mechanical strabismus, unspecified
      • Brown's sheath syndrome - H50.61 Brown's sheath syndrome
      • specified type NEC - H50.69 Other mechanical strabismus
    • monofixation syndrome - H50.42 Monofixation syndrome
    • paralytic - H49.9 Unspecified paralytic strabismus
      • abducens nerve - H49.2 Sixth [abducent] nerve palsy
      • fourth nerve - H49.1 Fourth [trochlear] nerve palsy
      • Kearns-Sayre syndrome - H49.81 Kearns-Sayre syndrome
      • ophthalmoplegia (external)
        • progressive - H49.4 Progressive external ophthalmoplegia
          • with pigmentary retinopathy - H49.81 Kearns-Sayre syndrome
        • total - H49.3 Total (external) ophthalmoplegia
      • sixth nerve - H49.2 Sixth [abducent] nerve palsy
      • specified type NEC - H49.88 Other paralytic strabismus
      • third nerve - H49.0 Third [oculomotor] nerve palsy
      • trochlear nerve - H49.1 Fourth [trochlear] nerve palsy
    • specified type NEC - H50.89 Other specified strabismus
    • vertical - H50.2 Vertical strabismus

Applicable Clinical Terms Definitions

Duane Retraction Syndrome: A syndrome characterized by marked limitation of abduction of the eye, variable limitation of adduction and retraction of the globe, and narrowing of the palpebral fissure on attempted adduction. The condition is caused by aberrant innervation of the lateral rectus by fibers of the OCULOMOTOR NERVE.