ICD 10 Cm Code For Bladder Cancer – C67

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The ICD 10 Code of Bladder Cancer – C67

What is the ICD 10 Code?

ICD 10 is an international disease classification. It was developed by WHO. It is widely used for diagnostic purposes, including epidemiology, health management, and clinical purposes.

ICD 10 is an alphanumeric number that denotes the diagnosis of a disease. It is used to record, report, and monitor diseases around the world.

The ICD 11 was recently released by WHO. The coding tools and convertor allow you to convert Bladder Cancer ICD 10 into ICD 11 using the coding tools.

What is the ICD 10 Code of Bladder Cancer?

Bladder Cancer is coded ICD 10 as C67. This code can be used to diagnose Bladder Cancer-related diseases. To confirm the code, you can verify all exclusions and inclusions.

Malignant neoplasm of bladder – C67

Other Bladder Cancer Related ICD 10cm Codes

  • Trigon of bladder – C67.0
  • Dome of bladder – C67.1
  • Lateral wall of bladder – C67.2
  • Anterior wall of bladder – C67.3
  • Posterior wall of bladder – C67.4
  • (Internal urethral orifice) Bladder neck – C67.5
  • Ureteric orifice– C67.6
  • Urachus – C67.7
  • Overlapping lesion of bladder – C67.8
  • Bladder, unspecified – C67.9

What Is Bladder Cancer?

Bladder cancer is a type of cancer that starts in the bladder cells. Your bladder is a hollow muscular, muscular organ located in your lower abdomen that stores urine.

Bladder cancer usually begins in the cells (urothelial cell) that line your bladder’s interior. urothelial cells can also be found in the bladder’s kidneys, and the tubes (ureters), that connect the kidneys to it. Urothelial carcinoma can also occur in the kidneys or ureters. However, it is more common in bladder.

Signs & Symptoms Of Bladder Cancer

Bladder cancer signs and symptoms may include:

  • Blood in urine (hematuria), which may cause urine to appear bright red or cola colored, though sometimes the urine appears normal and blood is detected on a lab test
  • Frequent urination
  • Painful urination
  • Back pain


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