ICD-10 Diagnosis Code Y36.90XA

War operations, unspecified, initial encounter

Diagnosis Code Y36.90XA

ICD-10: Y36.90XA
Short Description: War operations, unspecified, initial encounter
Long Description: War operations, unspecified, initial encounter
This is the 2018 version of the ICD-10-CM diagnosis code Y36.90XA

Valid for Submission
The code Y36.90XA is valid for submission for HIPAA-covered transactions.

Code Classification
  • External causes of morbidity and mortality (V01–Y98)
    • Legal intervention, operations of war, military operations, and terrorism (Y35-Y38)
      • Operations of war (Y36)

Information for Medical Professionals

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The code Y36.90XA is exempt from POA reporting.

Synonyms
  • Injury due to biological warfare
  • Injury due to poison gas weapon
  • Injury due to war operations but occurring after cessation of hostilities
  • Injury resulting from operations of war
  • Operations of war
  • War injuries due to bullets and fragments
  • War injuries due to bullets and fragments
  • War injuries due to bullets and fragments
  • War injuries due to explosion of marine weapons
  • War injuries due to fires and conflagrations
  • War injury
  • War injury - face
  • War injury caused by chemical
  • War injury caused by gas
  • War injury due to accidental explosion of munitions being used in war
  • War injury due to accidental explosion of own weapons
  • War injury due to air blast
  • War injury due to aircraft crash
  • War injury due to airplane burned
  • War injury due to airplane exploded
  • War injury due to airplane shot down
  • War injury due to bayonet
  • War injury due to biological warfare
  • War injury due to blast effects of nuclear weapon
  • War injury due to carbine bullet
  • War injury due to crushing by falling airplane
  • War injury due to destruction of aircraft
  • War injury due to explosion in aircraft
  • War injury due to explosion of artillery shell
  • War injury due to explosion of breech block
  • War injury due to explosion of cannon block
  • War injury due to explosion of depth charge explosion
  • War injury due to explosion of marine mine
  • War injury due to explosion of mortar bomb
  • War injury due to explosion of sea-based artillery shell
  • War injury due to explosion of torpedo
  • War injury due to exposure to ionizing radiation from nuclear weapon
  • War injury due to fire in aircraft
  • War injury due to fire or conflagration from gasoline bomb
  • War injury due to fireball effects of nuclear weapon
  • War injury due to fragments from antipersonnel bomb
  • War injury due to fragments from artillery shell
  • War injury due to fragments from grenade
  • War injury due to fragments from guided missile
  • War injury due to fragments from land mine
  • War injury due to fragments from rocket
  • War injury due to fragments from shell
  • War injury due to fragments from shrapnel
  • War injury due to fumes
  • War injury due to gases, fumes and chemicals
  • War injury due to gases, fumes and chemicals
  • War injury due to gases, fumes and chemicals
  • War injury due to heat from nuclear weapon
  • War injury due to lasers
  • War injury due to machine gun bullet
  • War injury due to nuclear weapons
  • War injury due to nuclear weapons
  • War injury due to nuclear weapons
  • War injury due to nuclear weapons
  • War injury due to rifle pellets
  • War injury due to rubber bullets
  • War injury due to underwater blast
  • War injury, drowned in war operations

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