You are looking for ICD 10 Codes For Constipation? We have ICD 10 Codes For Constipation ICD 10 information. This includes all symptoms and exclusions as well as clinical information.
What’s the ICD 10 Code?
The WHO developed the ICD 10, an international classification of diseases. It is used extensively for diagnostic purposes including epidemiology and health management as well as clinical purposes.
ICD 10 is an alphanumeric code that indicates the diagnosis of a condition. It’s used to monitor, record, and report diseases all over the globe.
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What code is Icd10 for constipation?
K59.0is an Icd10 code for constipation. This code is used to diagnose Icd10 Code for Constipation-related Diseases. You can confirm the code by checking all exclusions or inclusions.
Functional diarrhoea K59.1
Neurogenic bowel, not otherwise classified K59.2
Megacolon is not classified K59.3
- Colon dilatation
- Toxic megacolon
- To identify toxic agent, you can use additional cause codes (ChapterXX).
Exclusion of the constipation
- megacolon (due to) (in):
- Chagas disease (B57.3)
- Clostridium difficile (A04.7)
- congenital (aganglionic) (Q43.1)
- Hirschsprung disease (Q43.1)
Other ICD 10cm Codes
- Anal spasm H59.4
- Other specific functional intestinal disorders H59.8
- Functional intestinal disorder, unspecified H59.9
Constipation can be caused by constipation most commonly due to a slowing of stool movement or the accumulation of waste. This can cause the stool to become hardened and dry. Chronic constipation can be caused by many things.
- Passing less that three stools per semaine
- Hard or lumpy stool.
- Training is essential for regular bowel movements.
- Feel like your bowel movements are being blocked by a blockage of the rectum
- Feeling that you can’t get the stool out of your rectum.
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