Are you searching for ICD 10 Code For Scoliosis (ICD 10 code)? If so, we have provided ICD 10 Code for Scoliosis ICD10 code information. This includes all symptoms, exclusions, and clinical information.
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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 scoliosis?
M41 is the Icd 10 code for scoliosis. This code can be used to diagnose Icd10 Code For Scoliosis-related diseases. To confirm the code, you can verify all exclusions and inclusions.
Inclusion of the scoliosis
Exclusion of the scoliosis
- NOS (Q67.5)
- due to bony malformation (Q76.3)
- postural (Q67.5)
- kyphoscoliotic heart disease (I27.1)
- postprocedural (M96.-)
Other scoliosis Related ICD 10cm Codes
- Infantile idiopathic scoliosis M41.0
- Juvenile idiopathic scoliosis M41.1
- Other idiopathic scoliosis M41.2
- Thoracogenic scoliosis M41.3
- Neuromuscular scoliosis M41.4
- Other secondary scoliosis M41.5
- Other forms of scoliosis M41.8
- Scoliosis, unspecified M41.9
Scoliosis, a sideways curve of the spine, is most commonly diagnosed in teenagers. Although scoliosis may occur in individuals with cerebral palsy or muscular dystrophy, most cases of childhood scoliosis are unknown. Although most cases of scoliosis in childhood are mild, some curves can become more severe as children get older.
Symptoms Of Scoliosis
Scoliosis symptoms may include:
- Uneven shoulders.
- One shoulder blade is more prominent than the others.
- Uneven waist.
- One hip is higher than the next.
- The rib cage is angled forward on one side.
When bending forward, you will notice a prominent on the one side of your back.
Scoliosis treatment options vary depending on how severe the curve is. The treatment of scoliosis is not necessary for children with mild curves. However, they will need to be checked up on a regular basis to determine if their curves are getting worse.
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