ICD-9 Diagnosis Code 911.2

Blister trunk

Diagnosis Code 911.2

ICD-9: 911.2
Short Description: Blister trunk
Long Description: Blister of trunk, without mention of infection
This is the 2014 version of the ICD-9-CM diagnosis code 911.2

Code Classification
  • Injury and poisoning (800–999)
    • Superficial injury (910-919)
      • 911 Superficial injury of trunk

Information for Medical Professionals

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  • Blister of abdominal wall without infection
  • Blister of anus without infection
  • Blister of back without infection
  • Blister of breast without infection
  • Blister of buttock without infection
  • Blister of chest wall without infection
  • Blister of flank without infection
  • Blister of groin without infection
  • Blister of interscapular region without infection
  • Blister of penis without infection
  • Blister of perineum without infection
  • Blister of scrotum without infection
  • Blister of trunk without infection
  • Blister of vagina without infection
  • Blister of vulva without infection
  • Superficial traumatic blister of trunk
  • Traumatic blister of abdominal wall
  • Traumatic blister of anus
  • Traumatic blister of back
  • Traumatic blister of breast
  • Traumatic blister of buttock
  • Traumatic blister of chest wall
  • Traumatic blister of flank
  • Traumatic blister of genitalia
  • Traumatic blister of groin
  • Traumatic blister of interscapular region
  • Traumatic blister of pelvic region
  • Traumatic blister of penis
  • Traumatic blister of perineum
  • Traumatic blister of scrotum
  • Traumatic blister of trunk
  • Traumatic blister of vagina
  • Traumatic blister of vulva

Information for Patients

Skin Conditions

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