Lupus: Webster's Timeline History, 156 BC - 1996

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Studies suggest that changes in growth hormone likely stem from the hypothalamus in the brain. The acne is clearing up and the redness is fading quickly! Visual field measurements refer to the largest field diameter for a 1/100 white test object. 370 Keratitis 370.0 Corneal ulcer Excludes: that due to vitamin A deficiency (264.3) 370.00 Corneal ulcer, unspecified 370.01 Marginal corneal ulcer 370.02 Ring corneal ulcer 370.03 Central corneal ulcer 370.04 Hypopyon ulcer Serpiginous ulcer 370.05 Mycotic corneal ulcer 370.06 Perforated corneal ulcer 370.07 Mooren's ulcer 370.2 Superficial keratitis without conjunctivitis Excludes: dendritic [herpes simplex] keratitis (054.42) 370.20 Superficial keratitis, unspecified 370.21 Punctate keratitis Thygeson's superficial punctate keratitis 370.22 Macular keratitis Keratitis: areolar nummular stellate striate 370.23 Filamentary keratitis 370.24 Photokeratitis Snow blindness Welders' keratitis 370.3 Certain types of keratoconjunctivitis 370.31 Phlyctenular keratoconjunctivitis Phlyctenulosis Use additional code for any associated tuberculosis (017.3) 370.32 Limbar and corneal involvement in vernal conjunctivitis Use additional code for vernal conjunctivitis (372.13) 370.33 Keratoconjunctivitis sicca, not specified as Sj�gren's Excludes: Sj�gren's syndrome (710.2) 370.34 Exposure keratoconjunctivitis 370.35 Neurotrophic keratoconjunctivitis 370.4 Other and unspecified keratoconjunctivitis 370.40 Keratoconjunctivitis, unspecified Superficial keratitis with conjunctivitis NOS 370.44 Keratitis or keratoconjunctivitis in exanthema Code first underlying condition (050.0-052.9) Excludes: herpes simplex (054.43) herpes zoster (053.21) measles (055.71) 370.49 Other Excludes: epidemic keratoconjunctivitis (077.1) 370.5 Interstitial and deep keratitis 370.50 Interstitial keratitis, unspecified 370.52 Diffuse interstitial keratitis Cogan's syndrome 370.54 Sclerosing keratitis 370.55 Corneal abscess 370.59 Other Excludes: disciform herpes simplex keratitis (054.43) syphilitic keratitis (090.3) 370.6 Corneal neovascularization 370.60 Corneal neovascularization, unspecified 370.61 Localized vascularization of cornea 370.62 Pannus (corneal) 370.63 Deep vascularization of cornea 370.64 Ghost vessels (corneal) 370.8 Other forms of keratitis 370.9 Unspecified keratitis 371 Corneal opacity and other disorders of cornea 371.0 Corneal scars and opacities Excludes: that due to vitamin A deficiency (264.6) 371.00 Corneal opacity, unspecified Corneal scar NOS 371.01 Minor opacity of cornea Corneal nebula 371.02 Peripheral opacity of cornea Corneal macula not interfering with central vision 371.03 Central opacity of cornea Corneal: leucoma interfering with central vision macula interfering with central vision 371.04 Adherent leucoma 371.05 Phthisical cornea Code first underlying tuberculosis (017.3) 371.1 Corneal pigmentations and deposits 371.10 Corneal deposit, unspecified 371.11 Anterior pigmentations St�hli's lines 371.12 Stromal pigmentations Hematocornea 371.13 Posterior pigmentations Krukenberg spindle 371.14 Kayser-Fleischer ring 371.15 Other deposits associated with metabolic disorders 371.16 Argentous deposits 371.2 Corneal edema 371.20 Corneal edema, unspecified 371.21 Idiopathic corneal edema 371.22 Secondary corneal edema 371.23 Bullous keratopathy 371.24 Corneal edema due to wearing of contact lenses 371.3 Changes of corneal membranes 371.30 Corneal membrane change, unspecified 371.31 Folds and rupture of Bowman's membrane 371.32 Folds in Descemet's membrane 371.33 Rupture in Descemet's membrane 371.4 Corneal degenerations 371.40 Corneal degeneration, unspecified 371.41 Senile corneal changes Arcus senilis Hassall-Henle bodies 371.42 Recurrent erosion of cornea Excludes: Mooren's ulcer (370.07) 371.43 Band-shaped keratopathy 371.44 Other calcerous degenerations of cornea 371.45 Keratomalacia NOS Excludes: that due to vitamin A deficiency (264.4) 371.46 Nodular degeneration of cornea Salzmann's nodular dystrophy 371.48 Peripheral degenerations of cornea Marginal degeneration of cornea [Terrien's] 371.49 Other Discrete colliquative keratopathy 371.5 Hereditary corneal dystrophies 371.50 Corneal dystrophy, unspecified 371.51 Juvenile epithelial corneal dystrophy 371.52 Other anterior corneal dystrophies Corneal dystrophy: microscopic cystic ring-like 371.53 Granular corneal dystrophy 371.54 Lattice corneal dystrophy 371.55 Macular corneal dystrophy 371.56 Other stromal corneal dystrophies Crystalline corneal dystrophy 371.57 Endothelial corneal dystrophy Combined corneal dystrophy Cornea guttata Fuchs' endothelial dystrophy 371.58 Other posterior corneal dystrophies Polymorphous corneal dystrophy 371.6 Keratoconus 371.60 Keratoconus, unspecified 371.61 Keratoconus, stable condition 371.62 Keratoconus, acute hydrops 371.7 Other corneal deformities 371.70 Corneal deformity, unspecified 371.71 Corneal ectasia 371.72 Descemetocele 371.73 Corneal staphyloma 371.8 Other corneal disorders 371.81 Corneal anesthesia and hypoesthesia 371.82 Corneal disorder due to contact lens Excludes: corneal edema due to contact lens (371.24) 371.89 Other 371.9 Unspecified corneal disorder 372 Disorders of conjunctiva Excludes: keratoconjunctivitis (370.3-370.4) 372.0 Acute conjunctivitis 372.00 Acute conjunctivitis, unspecified 372.01 Serous conjunctivitis, except viral Excludes: viral conjunctivitis NOS (077.9) 372.02 Acute follicular conjunctivitis Conjunctival folliculosis NOS Excludes: conjunctivitis: adenoviral (acute follicular) (077.3) epidemic hemorrhagic (077.4) inclusion (077.0) Newcastle (077.8) epidemic keratoconjunctivitis (077.1) pharyngoconjunctival fever (077.2) 372.03 Other mucopurulent conjunctivitis Catarrhal conjunctivitis Excludes: blennorrhea neonatorum (gonococcal) (098.40) neonatal conjunctivitis (771.6) ophthalmia neonatorum NOS (771.6) 372.04 Pseudomembranous conjunctivitis Membranous conjunctivitis Excludes: diphtheritic conjunctivitis (032.81) 372.05 Acute atopic conjunctivitis 372.1 Chronic conjunctivitis 372.10 Chronic conjunctivitis, unspecified 372.11 Simple chronic conjunctivitis 372.12 Chronic follicular conjunctivitis 372.13 Vernal conjunctivitis 372.14 Other chronic allergic conjunctivitis 372.15 Parasitic conjunctivitis Code first underlying disease as: filariasis (125.0-125.9) mucocutaneous leishmaniasis (085.5) 372.2 Blepharoconjunctivitis 372.20 Blepharoconjunctivitis, unspecified 372.21 Angular blepharoconjunctivitis 372.22 Contact blepharoconjunctivitis 372.3 Other and unspecified conjunctivitis 372.30 Conjunctivitis, unspecified 372.31 Rosacea conjunctivitis Code first underlying rosacea dermatitis (695.3) 372.33 Conjunctivitis in mucocutaneous disease Code first underlying disease as: erythema multiforme (695.1) Reiter's disease (099.3) Excludes: ocular pemphigoid (694.61) 372.39 Other 372.4 Pterygium Excludes: pseudopterygium (372.52) 372.40 Pterygium, unspecified 372.41 Peripheral pterygium, stationary 372.42 Peripheral pterygium, progressive 372.43 Central pterygium 372.44 Double pterygium 372.45 Recurrent pterygium 372.5 Conjunctival degenerations and deposits 372.50 Conjunctival degeneration, unspecified 372.51 Pinguecula 372.52 Pseudopterygium 372.53 Conjunctival xerosis Excludes: conjunctival xerosis due to vitamin A deficiency (264.0, 264.1, 264.7) 372.54 Conjunctival concretions 372.55 Conjunctival pigmentations Conjunctival argyrosis 372.56 Conjunctival deposits 372.6 Conjunctival scars 372.61 Granuloma of conjunctiva 372.62 Localized adhesions and strands of conjunctiva 372.63 Symblepharon Extensive adhesions of conjunctiva 372.64 Scarring of conjunctiva Contraction of eye socket (after enucleation) 372.7 Conjunctival vascular disorders and cysts 372.71 Hyperemia of conjunctiva 372.72 Conjunctival hemorrhage Hyposphagma Subconjunctival hemorrhage 372.73 Conjunctival edema Chemosis of conjunctiva Subconjunctival edema 372.74 Vascular abnormalities of conjunctiva Aneurysm(ata) of conjunctiva 372.75 Conjunctival cysts 372.8 Other disorders of conjunctiva 372.81 Conjunctivochalasis 372.89 Other disorders of conjunctiva 372.9 Unspecified disorder of conjunctiva 373 Inflammation of eyelids 373.0 Blepharitis Excludes: blepharoconjunctivitis (372.20-372.22) 373.00 Blepharitis, unspecified 373.01 Ulcerative blepharitis 373.02 Squamous blepharitis 373.1 Hordeolum and other deep inflammation of eyelid 373.11 Hordeolum externum Hordeolum NOS Stye 373.12 Hordeolum internum Infection of meibomian gland 373.13 Abscess of eyelid Furuncle of eyelid 373.2 Chalazion Meibomian (gland) cyst Excludes: infected meibomian gland (373.12) 373.3 Noninfectious dermatoses of eyelid 373.31 Eczematous dermatitis of eyelid 373.32 Contact and allergic dermatitis of eyelid 373.33 Xeroderma of eyelid 373.34 Discoid lupus erythematosus of eyelid 373.4 Infective dermatitis of eyelid of types resulting in deformity Code first underlying disease, as: leprosy (030.0-030.9) lupus vulgaris (tuberculous) (017.0) yaws (102.0-102.9) 373.5 Other infective dermatitis of eyelid Code first underlying disease, as: actinomycosis (039.3) impetigo (684) mycotic dermatitis (110.0-111.9) vaccinia (051.0) postvaccination (999.0) Excludes: herpes: simplex (054.41) zoster (053.20) 373.6 Parasitic infestation of eyelid Code first underlying disease, as: leishmaniasis (085.0-085.9) loiasis (125.2) onchocerciasis (125.3) pediculosis (132.0) 373.8 Other inflammations of eyelids 373.9 Unspecified inflammation of eyelid 374 Other disorders of eyelids 374.0 Entropion and trichiasis of eyelid 374.00 Entropion, unspecified 374.01 Senile entropion 374.02 Mechanical entropion 374.03 Spastic entropion 374.04 Cicatricial entropion 374.05 Trichiasis without entropion 374.1 Ectropion 374.10 Ectropion, unspecified 374.11 Senile ectropion 374.12 Mechanical ectropion 374.13 Spastic ectropion 374.14 Cicatricial ectropion 374.2 Lagophthalmos 374.20 Lagophthalmos, unspecified 374.21 Paralytic lagophthalmos 374.22 Mechanical lagophthalmos 374.23 Cicatricial lagophthalmos 374.3 Ptosis of eyelid 374.30 Ptosis of eyelid, unspecified 374.31 Paralytic ptosis 374.32 Myogenic ptosis 374.33 Mechanical ptosis 374.34 Blepharochalasis Pseudoptosis 374.4 Other disorders affecting eyelid function Excludes: blepharoclonus (333.81) blepharospasm (333.81) facial nerve palsy (351.0) third nerve palsy or paralysis (378.51-378.52) tic (psychogenic) (307.20-307.23) organic (333.3) 374.41 Lid retraction or lag 374.43 Abnormal innervation syndrome Jaw-blinking Paradoxical facial movements 374.44 Sensory disorders 374.45 Other sensorimotor disorders Deficient blink reflex 374.46 Blepharophimosis Ankyloblepharon 374.5 Degenerative disorders of eyelid and periocular area 374.50 Degenerative disorder of eyelid, unspecified 374.51 Xanthelasma Xanthoma (planum) (tuberosum) of eyelid Code first underlying condition (272.0-272.9) 374.52 Hyperpigmentation of eyelid Chloasma Dyspigmentation 374.53 Hypopigmentation of eyelid Vitiligo of eyelid 374.54 Hypertrichosis of eyelid 374.55 Hypotrichosis of eyelid Madarosis of eyelid 374.56 Other degenerative disorders of skin affecting eyelid 374.8 Other disorders of eyelid 374.81 Hemorrhage of eyelid Excludes: black eye (921.0) 374.82 Edema of eyelid Hyperemia of eyelid 374.83 Elephantiasis of eyelid 374.84 Cysts of eyelids Sebaceous cyst of eyelid 374.85 Vascular anomalies of eyelid 374.86 Retained foreign body of eyelid 374.87 Dermatochalasis 374.89 Other disorders of eyelid 374.9 Unspecified disorder of eyelid 375 Disorders of lacrimal system 375.0 Dacryoadenitis 375.00 Dacryoadenitis, unspecified 375.01 Acute dacryoadenitis 375.02 Chronic dacryoadenitis 375.03 Chronic enlargement of lacrimal gland 375.1 Other disorders of lacrimal gland 375.11 Dacryops 375.12 Other lacrimal cysts and cystic degeneration 375.13 Primary lacrimal atrophy 375.14 Secondary lacrimal atrophy 375.15 Tear film insufficiency, unspecified Dry eye syndrome 375.16 Dislocation of lacrimal gland 375.2 Epiphora 375.20 Epiphora, unspecified as to cause 375.21 Epiphora due to excess lacrimation 375.22 Epiphora due to insufficient drainage 375.3 Acute and unspecified inflammation of lacrimal passages Excludes: neonatal dacryocystitis (771.6) 375.30 Dacryocystitis, unspecified 375.31 Acute canaliculitis, lacrimal 375.32 Acute dacryocystitis Acute peridacryocystitis 375.33 Phlegmonous dacryocystitis 375.4 Chronic inflammation of lacrimal passages 375.41 Chronic canaliculitis 375.42 Chronic dacryocystitis 375.43 Lacrimal mucocele 375.5 Stenosis and insufficiency of lacrimal passages 375.51 Eversion of lacrimal punctum 375.52 Stenosis of lacrimal punctum 375.53 Stenosis of lacrimal canaliculi 375.54 Stenosis of lacrimal sac 375.55 Obstruction of nasolacrimal duct, neonatal Excludes: congenital anomaly of nasolacrimal duct (743.65) 375.56 Stenosis of nasolacrimal duct, acquired 375.57 Dacryolith 375.6 Other changes of lacrimal passages 375.61 Lacrimal fistula 375.69 Other 375.8 Other disorders of lacrimal system 375.81 Granuloma of lacrimal passages 375.89 Other 375.9 Unspecified disorder of lacrimal system 376 Disorders of the orbit 376.0 Acute inflammation of orbit 376.00 Acute inflammation of orbit, unspecified 376.01 Orbital cellulitis Abscess of orbit 376.02 Orbital periostitis 376.03 Orbital osteomyelitis 376.04 Tenonitis 376.1 Chronic inflammatory disorders of orbit 376.10 Chronic inflammation of orbit, unspecified 376.11 Orbital granuloma Pseudotumor (inflammatory) of orbit 376.12 Orbital myositis 376.13 Parasitic infestation of orbit Code first underlying disease, as: hydatid infestation of orbit (122.3, 122.6, 122.9) myiasis of orbit (134.0) 376.2 Endocrine exophthalmos Code first underlying thyroid disorder (242.0-242.9) 376.21 Thyrotoxic exophthalmos 376.22 Exophthalmic ophthalmoplegia 376.3 Other exophthalmic conditions 376.30 Exophthalmos, unspecified 376.31 Constant exophthalmos 376.32 Orbital hemorrhage 376.33 Orbital edema or congestion 376.34 Intermittent exophthalmos 376.35 Pulsating exophthalmos 376.36 Lateral displacement of globe 376.4 Deformity of orbit 376.40 Deformity of orbit, unspecified 376.41 Hypertelorism of orbit 376.42 Exostosis of orbit 376.43 Local deformities due to bone disease 376.44 Orbital deformities associated with craniofacial deformities 376.45 Atrophy of orbit 376.46 Enlargement of orbit 376.47 Deformity due to trauma or surgery 376.5 Enophthalmos 376.50 Enophthalmos, unspecified as to cause 376.51 Enophthalmos due to atrophy of orbital tissue 376.52 Enophthalmos due to trauma or surgery 376.6 Retained (old) foreign body following penetrating wound of orbit Retrobulbar foreign body 376.8 Other orbital disorders 376.81 Orbital cysts Encephalocele of orbit 376.82 Myopathy of extraocular muscles 376.89 Other 376.9 Unspecified disorder of orbit 377 Disorders of optic nerve and visual pathways 377.0 Papilledema 377.00 Papilledema, unspecified 377.01 Papilledema associated with increased intracranial pressure 377.02 Papilledema associated with decreased ocular pressure 377.03 Papilledema associated with retinal disorder 377.04 Foster-Kennedy syndrome 377.1 Optic atrophy 377.10 Optic atrophy, unspecified 377.11 Primary optic atrophy Excludes: neurosyphilitic optic atrophy (094.84) 377.12 Postinflammatory optic atrophy 377.13 Optic atrophy associated with retinal dystrophies 377.14 Glaucomatous atrophy [cupping] of optic disc 377.15 Partial optic atrophy Temporal pallor of optic disc 377.16 Hereditary optic atrophy Optic atrophy: dominant hereditary Leber's 377.2 Other disorders of optic disc 377.21 Drusen of optic disc 377.22 Crater-like holes of optic disc 377.23 Coloboma of optic disc 377.24 Pseudopapilledema 377.3 Optic neuritis Excludes: meningococcal optic neuritis (036.81) 377.30 Optic neuritis, unspecified 377.31 Optic papillitis 377.32 Retrobulbar neuritis (acute) Excludes: syphilitic retrobulbar neuritis (094.85) 377.33 Nutritional optic neuropathy 377.34 Toxic optic neuropathy Toxic amblyopia 377.39 Other Excludes: ischemic optic neuropathy (377.41) 377.4 Other disorders of optic nerve 377.41 Ischemic optic neuropathy 377.42 Hemorrhage in optic nerve sheaths 377.43 Optic nerve hypoplasia 377.49 Other Compression of optic nerve 377.5 Disorders of optic chiasm 377.51 Associated with pituitary neoplasms and disorders 377.52 Associated with other neoplasms 377.53 Associated with vascular disorders 377.54 Associated with inflammatory disorders 377.6 Disorders of other visual pathways 377.61 Associated with neoplasms 377.62 Associated with vascular disorders 377.63 Associated with inflammatory disorders 377.7 Disorders of visual cortex Excludes: visual: agnosia (368.16) hallucinations (368.16) halos (368.15) 377.71 Associated with neoplasms 377.72 Associated with vascular disorders 377.73 Associated with inflammatory disorders 377.75 Cortical blindness 377.9 Unspecified disorder of optic nerve and visual pathways 378 Strabismus and other disorders of binocular eye movements Excludes: nystagmus and other irregular eye movements (379.50-379.59) 378.0 Esotropia Convergent concomitant strabismus Excludes: intermittent esotropia (378.20-378.22) 378.00 Esotropia, unspecified 378.01 Monocular esotropia 378.02 Monocular esotropia with A pattern 378.03 Monocular esotropia with V pattern 378.04 Monocular esotropia with other noncomitancies Monocular esotropia with X or Y pattern 378.05 Alternating esotropia 378.06 Alternating esotropia with A pattern 378.07 Alternating esotropia with V pattern 378.08 Alternating esotropia with other noncomitancies Alternating esotropia with X or Y pattern 378.1 Exotropia Divergent concomitant strabismus Excludes: intermittent exotropia (378.20, 378.23-378.24) 378.10 Exotropia, unspecified 378.11 Monocular exotropia 378.12 Monocular exotropia with A pattern 378.13 Monocular exotropia with V pattern 378.14 Monocular exotropia with other noncomitancies Monocular exotropia with X or Y pattern 378.15 Alternating exotropia 378.16 Alternating exotropia with A pattern 378.17 Alternating exotropia with V pattern 378.18 Alternating exotropia with other noncomitancies Alternating exotropia with X or Y pattern 378.2 Intermittent heterotropia Excludes: vertical heterotropia (intermittent) (378.31) 378.20 Intermittent heterotropia, unspecified Intermittent: esotropia NOS exotropia NOS 378.21 Intermittent esotropia, monocular 378.22 Intermittent esotropia, alternating 378.23 Intermittent exotropia, monocular 378.24 Intermittent exotropia, alternating 378.3 Other and unspecified heterotropia 378.30 Heterotropia, unspecified 378.31 Hypertropia Vertical heterotropia (constant) (intermittent) 378.32 Hypotropia 378.33 Cyclotropia 378.34 Monofixation syndrome Microtropia 378.35 Accommodative component in esotropia 378.4 Heterophoria 378.40 Heterophoria, unspecified 378.41 Esophoria 378.42 Exophoria 378.43 Vertical heterophoria 378.44 Cyclophoria 378.45 Alternating hyperphoria 378.5 Paralytic strabismus 378.50 Paralytic strabismus, unspecified 378.51 Third or oculomotor nerve palsy, partial 378.52 Third or oculomotor nerve palsy, total 378.53 Fourth or trochlear nerve palsy 378.54 Sixth or abducens nerve palsy 378.55 External ophthalmoplegia 378.56 Total ophthalmoplegia 378.6 Mechanical strabismus 378.60 Mechanical strabismus, unspecified 378.61 Brown's (tendon) sheath syndrome 378.62 Mechanical strabismus from other musculofascial disorders 378.63 Limited duction associated with other conditions 378.7 Other specified strabismus 378.71 Duane's syndrome 378.72 Progressive external ophthalmoplegia 378.73 Strabismus in other neuromuscular disorders 378.8 Other disorders of binocular eye movements Excludes: nystagmus (379.50-379.56) 378.81 Palsy of conjugate gaze 378.82 Spasm of conjugate gaze 378.83 Convergence insufficiency or palsy 378.84 Convergence excess or spasm 378.85 Anomalies of divergence 378.86 Internuclear ophthalmoplegia 378.87 Other dissociated deviation of eye movements Skew deviation 378.9 Unspecified disorder of eye movements Ophthalmoplegia NOS Strabismus NOS 379 Other disorders of eye 379.0 Scleritis and episcleritis Excludes: syphilitic episcleritis (095.0) 379.00 Scleritis, unspecified Episcleritis NOS 379.01 Episcleritis periodica fugax 379.02 Nodular episcleritis 379.03 Anterior scleritis 379.04 Scleromalacia perforans 379.05 Scleritis with corneal involvement Scleroperikeratitis 379.06 Brawny scleritis 379.07 Posterior scleritis Sclerotenonitis 379.09 Other Scleral abscess 379.1 Other disorders of sclera Excludes: blue sclera (743.47) 379.11 Scleral ectasia Scleral staphyloma NOS 379.12 Staphyloma posticum 379.13 Equatorial staphyloma 379.14 Anterior staphyloma, localized 379.15 Ring staphyloma 379.16 Other degenerative disorders of sclera 379.19 Other 379.2 Disorders of vitreous body 379.21 Vitreous degeneration Vitreous: cavitation detachment liquefaction 379.22 Crystalline deposits in vitreous Asteroid hyalitis Synchysis scintillans 379.23 Vitreous hemorrhage 379.24 Other vitreous opacities Vitreous floaters 379.25 Vitreous membranes and strands 379.26 Vitreous prolapse 379.29 Other disorders of vitreous Excludes: vitreous abscess (360.04) 379.3 Aphakia and other disorders of lens Excludes: after-cataract (366.50-366.53) 379.31 Aphakia Excludes: cataract extraction status (V45.61) 379.32 Subluxation of lens 379.33 Anterior dislocation of lens 379.34 Posterior dislocation of lens 379.39 Other disorders of lens 379.4 Anomalies of pupillary function 379.40 Abnormal pupillary function, unspecified 379.41 Anisocoria 379.42 Miosis (persistent), not due to miotics 379.43 Mydriasis (persistent), not due to mydriatics 379.45 Argyll Robertson pupil, atypical Argyll Robertson phenomenon or pupil, nonsyphilitic Excludes: Argyll Robertson pupil (syphilitic) (094.89) 379.46 Tonic pupillary reaction Adie's pupil or syndrome 379.49 Other Hippus Pupillary paralysis 379.5 Nystagmus and other irregular eye movements 379.50 Nystagmus, unspecified 379.51 Congenital nystagmus 379.52 Latent nystagmus 379.53 Visual deprivation nystagmus 379.54 Nystagmus associated with disorders of the vestibular system 379.55 Dissociated nystagmus 379.56 Other forms of nystagmus 379.57 Deficiencies of saccadic eye movements Abnormal optokinetic response 379.58 Deficiencies of smooth pursuit movements 379.59 Other irregularities of eye movements Opsoclonus 379.6 Inflammation (infection) of postprocedural bleb Postprocedural blebitis 379.60 Inflammation (infection) of postprocedural bleb, unspecified 379.61 Inflammation (infection) of postprocedural bleb, stage 1 379.62 Inflammation (infection) of postprocedural bleb, stage 2 379.63 Inflammation (infection) of postprocedural bleb, stage 3 Bleb associated endophthalmitis 379.8 Other specified disorders of eye and adnexa 379.9 Unspecified disorder of eye and adnexa 379.90 Disorder of eye, unspecified 379.91 Pain in or around eye 379.92 Swelling or mass of eye 379.93 Redness or discharge of eye 379.99 Other ill-defined disorders of eye Excludes: blurred vision NOS (368.8) DISEASES OF THE EAR AND MASTOID PROCESS (380-389) 380 Disorders of external ear 380.0 Perichondritis and chondritis of pinna Chondritis of auricle Perichondritis of auricle 380.00 Perichondritis of pinna, unspecified 380.01 Acute perichondritis of pinna 380.02 Chronic perichondritis of pinna 380.03 Chondritis of pinna 380.1 Infective otitis externa 380.10 Infective otitis externa, unspecified Otitis externa (acute): NOS circumscribed diffuse hemorrhagica infective NOS 380.11 Acute infection of pinna Excludes: furuncular otitis externa (680.0) 380.12 Acute swimmers' ear Beach ear Tank ear 380.13 Other acute infections of external ear Code first underlying disease, as: erysipelas (035) impetigo (684) seborrheic dermatitis (690.10-690.18) Excludes: herpes simplex (054.73) herpes zoster (053.71) 380.14 Malignant otitis externa 380.15 Chronic mycotic otitis externa Code first underlying disease, as: aspergillosis (117.3) otomycosis NOS (111.9) Excludes: candidal otitis externa (112.82) 380.16 Other chronic infective otitis externa Chronic infective otitis externa NOS 380.2 Other otitis externa 380.21 Cholesteatoma of external ear Keratosis obturans of external ear (canal) Excludes: cholesteatoma NOS (385.30-385.35) postmastoidectomy (383.32) 380.22 Other acute otitis externa Acute otitis externa: actinic chemical contact eczematoid reactive 380.23 Other chronic otitis externa Chronic otitis externa NOS 380.3 Noninfectious disorders of pinna 380.30 Disorder of pinna, unspecified 380.31 Hematoma of auricle or pinna 380.32 Acquired deformities of auricle or pinna Excludes: cauliflower ear (738.7) 380.39 Other Excludes: gouty tophi of ear (274.81) 380.4 Impacted cerumen Wax in ear 380.5 Acquired stenosis of external ear canal Collapse of external ear canal 380.50 Acquired stenosis of external ear canal, unspecified as to cause 380.51 Secondary to trauma 380.52 Secondary to surgery 380.53 Secondary to inflammation 380.8 Other disorders of external ear 380.81 Exostosis of external ear canal 380.89 Other 380.9 Unspecified disorder of external ear 381 Nonsuppurative otitis media and Eustachian tube disorders 381.0 Acute nonsuppurative otitis media Acute tubotympanic catarrh Otitis media, acute or subacute: catarrhal exudative transudative with effusion Excludes: otitic barotrauma (993.0) 381.00 Acute nonsuppurative otitis media, unspecified 381.01 Acute serous otitis media Acute or subacute secretory otitis media 381.02 Acute mucoid otitis media Acute or subacute seromucinous otitis media Blue drum syndrome 381.03 Acute sanguinous otitis media 381.04 Acute allergic serous otitis media 381.05 Acute allergic mucoid otitis media 381.06 Acute allergic sanguinous otitis media 381.1 Chronic serous otitis media Chronic tubotympanic catarrh 381.10 Chronic serous otitis media, simple or unspecified 381.19 Other Serosanguinous chronic otitis media 381.2 Chronic mucoid otitis media Glue ear Excludes: adhesive middle ear disease (385.10-385.19) 381.20 Chronic mucoid otitis media, simple or unspecified 381.29 Other Mucosanguinous chronic otitis media 381.3 Other and unspecified chronic nonsuppurative otitis media Otitis media, chronic: allergic exudative secretory seromucinous transudative with effusion 381.4 Nonsuppurative otitis media, not specified as acute or chronic Otitis media: allergic catarrhal exudative mucoid secretory seromucinous serous transudative with effusion 381.5 Eustachian salpingitis 381.50 Eustachian salpingitis, unspecified 381.51 Acute Eustachian salpingitis 381.52 Chronic Eustachian salpingitis 381.6 Obstruction of Eustachian tube Stenosis of Eustachian tube Stricture of Eustachian tube 381.60 Obstruction of Eustachian tube, unspecified 381.61 Osseous obstruction of Eustachian tube Obstruction of Eustachian tube from cholesteatoma, polyp, or other osseous lesion 381.62 Intrinsic cartilagenous obstruction of Eustachian tube 381.63 Extrinsic cartilagenous obstruction of Eustachian tube Compression of Eustachian tube 381.7 Patulous Eustachian tube 381.8 Other disorders of Eustachian tube 381.81 Dysfunction of Eustachian tube 381.89 Other 381.9 Unspecified Eustachian tube disorder 382 Suppurative and unspecified otitis media 382.0 Acute suppurative otitis media Otitis media, acute: necrotizing NOS purulent 382.00 Acute suppurative otitis media without spontaneous rupture of ear drum 382.01 Acute suppurative otitis media with spontaneous rupture of ear drum 382.02 Acute suppurative otitis media in diseases classified elsewhere Code first underlying disease, as: influenza (487.8) scarlet fever (034.1) Excludes: postmeasles otitis (055.2) 382.1 Chronic tubotympanic suppurative otitis media Benign chronic suppurative otitis media (with anterior perforation of ear drum) Chronic tubotympanic disease (with anterior perforation of ear drum) 382.2 Chronic atticoantral suppurative otitis media Chronic atticoantral disease (with posterior or superior marginal perforation of ear drum) Persistent mucosal disease (with posterior or superior marginal perforation of ear drum) 382.3 Unspecified chronic suppurative otitis media Chronic purulent otitis media Excludes: tuberculous otitis media (017.4) 382.4 Unspecified suppurative otitis media Purulent otitis media NOS 382.9 Unspecified otitis media Otitis media: NOS acute NOS chronic NOS 383 Mastoiditis and related conditions 383.0 Acute mastoiditis Abscess of mastoid Empyema of mastoid 383.00 Acute mastoiditis without complications 383.01 Subperiosteal abscess of mastoid 383.02 Acute mastoiditis with other complications Gradenigo's syndrome 383.1 Chronic mastoiditis Caries of mastoid Fistula of mastoid Excludes: tuberculous mastoiditis (015.6) 383.2 Petrositis Coalescing osteitis of petrous bone Inflammation of petrous bone Osteomyelitis of petrous bone 383.20 Petrositis, unspecified 383.21 Acute petrositis 383.22 Chronic petrositis 383.3 Complications following mastoidectomy 383.30 Postmastoidectomy complication, unspecified 383.31 Mucosal cyst of postmastoidectomy cavity 383.32 Recurrent cholesteatoma of postmastoidectomy cavity 383.33 Granulations of postmastoidectomy cavity Chronic inflammation of postmastoidectomy cavity 383.8 Other disorders of mastoid 383.81 Postauricular fistula 383.89 Other 383.9 Unspecified mastoiditis 384 Other disorders of tympanic membrane 384.0 Acute myringitis without mention of otitis media 384.00 Acute myringitis, unspecified Acute tympanitis NOS 384.01 Bullous myringitis Myringitis bullosa hemorrhagica 384.09 Other 384.1 Chronic myringitis without mention of otitis media Chronic tympanitis 384.2 Perforation of tympanic membrane Perforation of ear drum: NOS persistent posttraumatic postinflammatory Excludes: otitis media with perforation of tympanic membrane (382.00-382.9) traumatic perforation [current injury] (872.61) 384.20 Perforation of tympanic membrane, unspecified 384.21 Central perforation of tympanic membrane 384.22 Attic perforation of tympanic membrane Pars flaccida 384.23 Other marginal perforation of tympanic membrane 384.24 Multiple perforations of tympanic membrane 384.25 Total perforation of tympanic membrane 384.8 Other specified disorders of tympanic membrane 384.81 Atrophic flaccid tympanic membrane Healed perforation of ear drum 384.82 Atrophic nonflaccid tympanic membrane 384.9 Unspecified disorder of tympanic membrane 385 Other disorders of middle ear and mastoid Excludes: mastoiditis (383.0-383.9) 385.0 Tympanosclerosis 385.00 Tympanosclerosis, unspecified as to involvement 385.01 Tympanosclerosis involving tympanic membrane only 385.02 Tympanosclerosis involving tympanic membrane and ear ossicles 385.03 Tympanosclerosis involving tympanic membrane, ear ossicles, and middle ear 385.09 Tympanosclerosis involving other combination of structures 385.1 Adhesive middle ear disease Adhesive otitis Otitis media: chronic adhesive fibrotic Excludes: glue ear (381.20-381.29) 385.10 Adhesive middle ear disease, unspecified as to involvement 385.11 Adhesions of drum head to incus 385.12 Adhesions of drum head to stapes 385.13 Adhesions of drum head to promontorium 385.19 Other adhesions and combinations 385.2 Other acquired abnormality of ear ossicles 385.21 Impaired mobility of malleus Ankylosis of malleus 385.22 Impaired mobility of other ear ossicles Ankylosis of ear ossicles, except malleus 385.23 Discontinuity or dislocation of ear ossicles 385.24 Partial loss or necrosis of ear ossicles 385.3 Cholesteatoma of middle ear and mastoid Cholesterosis of (middle) ear Epidermosis of (middle) ear Keratosis of (middle) ear Polyp of (middle) ear Excludes: cholesteatoma: external ear canal (380.21) recurrent of postmastoidectomy cavity (383.32) 385.30 Cholesteatoma, unspecified 385.31 Cholesteatoma of attic 385.32 Cholesteatoma of middle ear 385.33 Cholesteatoma of middle ear and mastoid 385.35 Diffuse cholesteatosis 385.8 Other disorders of middle ear and mastoid 385.82 Cholesterin granuloma 385.83 Retained foreign body of middle ear 385.89 Other 385.9 Unspecified disorder of middle ear and mastoid 386 Vertiginous syndromes and other disorders of vestibular system Excludes: vertigo NOS (780.4) 386.0 M�ni�re's disease Endolymphatic hydrops Lermoyez's syndrome M�ni�re's syndrome or vertigo 386.00 M�ni�re's disease, unspecified M�ni�re's disease (active) 386.01 Active M�ni�re's disease, cochleovestibular 386.02 Active M�ni�re's disease, cochlear 386.03 Active M�ni�re's disease, vestibular 386.04 Inactive M�ni�re's disease M�ni�re's disease in remission 386.1 Other and unspecified peripheral vertigo Excludes: epidemic vertigo (078.81) 386.10 Peripheral vertigo, unspecified 386.11 Benign paroxysmal positional vertigo Benign paroxysmal positional nystagmus 386.12 Vestibular neuronitis Acute (and recurrent) peripheral vestibulopathy 386.19 Other Aural vertigo Otogenic vertigo 386.2 Vertigo of central origin Central positional nystagmus Malignant positional vertigo 386.3 Labyrinthitis 386.30 Labyrinthitis, unspecified 386.31 Serous labyrinthitis Diffuse labyrinthitis 386.32 Circumscribed labyrinthitis Focal labyrinthitis 386.33 Suppurative labyrinthitis Purulent labyrinthitis 386.34 Toxic labyrinthitis 386.35 Viral labyrinthitis 386.4 Labyrinthine fistula 386.40 Labyrinthine fistula, unspecified 386.41 Round window fistula 386.42 Oval window fistula 386.43 Semicircular canal fistula 386.48 Labyrinthine fistula of combined sites 386.5 Labyrinthine dysfunction 386.50 Labyrinthine dysfunction, unspecified 386.51 Hyperactive labyrinth, unilateral 386.52 Hyperactive labyrinth, bilateral 386.53 Hypoactive labyrinth, unilateral 386.54 Hypoactive labyrinth, bilateral 386.55 Loss of labyrinthine reactivity, unilateral 386.56 Loss of labyrinthine reactivity, bilateral 386.58 Other forms and combinations 386.8 Other disorders of labyrinth 386.9 Unspecified vertiginous syndromes and labyrinthine disorders 387 Otosclerosis Includes: otospongiosis 387.0 Otosclerosis involving oval window, nonobliterative 387.1 Otosclerosis involving oval window, obliterative 387.2 Cochlear otosclerosis Otosclerosis involving: otic capsule round window 387.8 Other otosclerosis 387.9 Otosclerosis, unspecified 388 Other disorders of ear 388.0 Degenerative and vascular disorders of ear 388.00 Degenerative and vascular disorders, unspecified 388.01 Presbyacusis 388.02 Transient ischemic deafness 388.1 Noise effects on inner ear 388.10 Noise effects on inner ear, unspecified 388.11 Acoustic trauma (explosive) to ear Otitic blast injury 388.12 Noise-induced hearing loss 388.2 Sudden hearing loss, unspecified 388.3 Tinnitus 388.30 Tinnitus, unspecified 388.31 Subjective tinnitus 388.32 Objective tinnitus 388.4 Other abnormal auditory perception 388.40 Abnormal auditory perception, unspecified 388.41 Diplacusis 388.42 Hyperacusis 388.43 Impairment of auditory discrimination 388.44 Recruitment 388.45 Acquired auditory processing disorder Auditory processing disorder NOS Excludes: central auditory processing disorder (315.32) 388.5 Disorders of acoustic nerve Acoustic neuritis Degeneration of acoustic or eighth nerve Disorder of acoustic or eighth nerve Excludes: acoustic neuroma (225.1) syphilitic acoustic neuritis (094.86) 388.6 Otorrhea 388.60 Otorrhea, unspecified Discharging ear NOS 388.61 Cerebrospinal fluid otorrhea Excludes: cerebrospinal fluid rhinorrhea (349.81) 388.69 Other Otorrhagia 388.7 Otalgia 388.70 Otalgia, unspecified Earache NOS 388.71 Otogenic pain 388.72 Referred pain 388.8 Other disorders of ear 388.9 Unspecified disorder of ear 389 Hearing loss 389.0 Conductive hearing loss Conductive deafness Excludes: mixed conductive and sensorineural hearing loss (389.20-389.22) 389.00 Conductive hearing loss, unspecified 389.01 Conductive hearing loss, external ear 389.02 Conductive hearing loss, tympanic membrane 389.03 Conductive hearing loss, middle ear 389.04 Conductive hearing loss, inner ear 389.05 Conductive hearing loss, unilateral 389.06 Conductive hearing loss, bilateral 389.08 Conductive hearing loss of combined types 389.1 Sensorineural hearing loss Perceptive hearing loss or deafness Excludes: abnormal auditory perception (388.40-388.44) mixed conductive and sensorineural hearing loss (389.20-389.22) psychogenic deafness (306.7) 389.10 Sensorineural hearing loss, unspecified 389.11 Sensory hearing loss, bilateral 389.12 Neural hearing loss, bilateral 389.13 Neural hearing loss, unilateral 389.14 Central hearing loss 389.15 Sensorineural hearing loss, unilateral 389.16 Sensorineural hearing loss, asymmetrical 389.17 Sensory hearing loss, unilateral 389.18 Sensorineural hearing loss, bilateral 389.2 Mixed conductive and sensorineural hearing loss Deafness or hearing loss of type classifiable to 389.00-389.08 with type classifiable to 389.10-389.18 389.20 Mixed hearing loss, unspecified 389.21 Mixed hearing loss, unilateral 389.22 Mixed hearing loss, bilateral 389.7 Deaf nonspeaking, not elsewhere classifiable 389.8 Other specified forms of hearing loss 389.9 Unspecified hearing loss Deafness NOS
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