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What is the ICD 10 Code?
ICD 10 is an international class of diseases that 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.
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What is the Icd 10 code for dysuria?
R30.0 is the Icd 10 Code For Dysuria. This code can be used to diagnose Icd10 Code For Dysuria-related diseases. To confirm the code, you can verify all exclusions and inclusions.
Other dysuria Related ICD 10cm Codes
- Vesical tenesmus – R30.1
- Painful micturition, unspecified Painful urination NOS – R30.9
What is dysuria?
Dysuria refers to pain or discomfort that occurs when you urinate (or pee). It can be painful! Dysuria doesn’t refer to how often you urinate (urinary frequency). However, dysuria often occurs alongside urinary frequency. Dysuria does not indicate a diagnosis. Dysuria is a sign or symptom that there may be underlying health problems.
What causes dysuria?
Cystitis, the most common cause for acute dysuria, is especially caused by infection. Other causes of acute dysuria include urethritis and sexually transmitted infections. A foreign body or dermatologic condition can also cause non-infectious inflammation.
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