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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.
WHO recently released ICD 11, an improved version. The coding tools and converter can be used to convert ICD 10 Code For Shingles ICD 10 into ICD 11
What is the Icd 10 code for Shingles?
B02 is the Icd 10 Code For Shingles. This code can be used to diagnose Icd10 Code For Shingles-related diseases. To confirm the code, you can verify all exclusions and inclusions.
Zoster [herpes zoster] B02
Inclusion of the Shingles
Other Shingles Related ICD 10cm Codes
Zoster encephalitis (G05.1*) B02.0†
Zoster meningitis (G02.0*) B02.1†
Zoster with other nervous system involvement B02.2†
- geniculate ganglionitis (G53.0*)
- polyneuropathy (G63.0)
- trigeminal neuralgia (G53.0)
Zoster ocular disease B02.3
blepharitis† (H03.1) conjunctivitis† (H13.1)
iridocyclitis† (H22.0) iritis† (H22.0)
keratitis† (H19.2) keratoconjunctivitis† (H19.2)
Disseminated zoster B02.7
Zoster with other complications B02.8
Zoster without complication B02.9
What are shingles?
Varicella-zoster viruses can cause shingles. This virus is also responsible for chickenpox. The virus can remain dormant in the nervous system for many years after the chickenpox outbreak is over.
Shingles can also be called herpes zoster. This viral infection causes a red rash on the skin that can cause burning and pain. Shingles are usually characterized by a streak of blisters that appears on one side of your body, most commonly on the neck or face.
Shingles: What Are the Symptoms?
Shingles are a painful rash that appears on one side of the body or face. Shingles are characterized by blisters that usually heal in 7-10 days. They then disappear completely within 2 to 4 months. People often feel pain, itching or tingling around the area that will develop the rash.
Several antiviral medicines–acyclovir, valacyclovir, and famciclovir–are available to treat shingles and shorten the length and severity of the illness. These medications are most effective when taken as soon as the rash develops.
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