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Jaccoud's nodular fibrositis, chronic (Jaccoud's syndrome) 714.4

Jackson's

membrane 751.4

paralysis or syndrome 344.89

veil 751.4

Jacksonian

epilepsy (see also Epilepsy) 345.5

seizures (focal) (see also Epilepsy) 345.5

Jacob's ulcer (M8090/3) - see Neoplasm, skin, malignant, by site

Jacquet's dermatitis (diaper dermatitis) 691.0

Jadassohn's

blue nevus (M8780/0) - see Neoplasm, skin, benign

disease (maculopapular erythroderma) 696.2

intraepidermal epithelioma (M8096/0) - see Neoplasm, skin, benign

Jadassohn-Lewandowski syndrome (pachyonychia congenita) 757.5

Jadassohn-Pellizari's disease (anetoderma) 701.3

Jadassohn-Tiche nevus (M8780/0) - see Neoplasm, skin, benign

Jaffe-Lichtenstein (-Uehlinger) syndrome 252.01

Jahnke's syndrome (encephalocutaneous angiomatosis) 759.6

Jakob-Creutzfeldt disease (syndrome) (new variant) 046.1

with dementia

with behavioral disturbance 046.1 [294.11]

without behavioral disturbance 046.1 [294.10]

Jaksch (-Luzet) disease or syndrome (pseudoleukemia infantum) 285.8

Jamaican

neuropathy 349.82

paraplegic tropical ataxic-spastic syndrome 349.82

Janet's disease (psychasthenia) 300.89

Janiceps 759.4

Jansky-Bielschowsky amaurotic familial idiocy 330.1

Japanese

B-type encephalitis 062.0

river fever 081.2

seven-day fever 100.89

Jaundice (yellow) 782.4

acholuric (familial) (splenomegalic) (see also Spherocytosis) 282.0

acquired 283.9

breast milk 774.39

catarrhal (acute) 070.1

with hepatic coma 070.0

chronic 571.9

epidemic - see Jaundice, epidemic

cholestatic (benign) 782.4

chronic idiopathic 277.4

epidemic (catarrhal) 070.1

with hepatic coma 070.0

leptospiral 100.0

spirochetal 100.0

febrile (acute) 070.1

with hepatic coma 070.0

leptospiral 100.0

spirochetal 100.0

fetus or newborn 774.6

due to or associated with

ABO

antibodies 773.1

incompatibility, maternal/fetal 773.1

isoimmunization 773.1

absence or deficiency of enzyme system for bilirubin conjugation (congenital) 774.39

blood group incompatibility NEC 773.2

breast milk inhibitors to conjugation 774.39

associated with preterm delivery 774.2

bruising 774.1

Crigler-Najjar syndrome 277.4 [774.31]

delayed conjugation 774.30

associated with preterm delivery 774.2

development 774.39

drugs or toxins transmitted from mother 774.1

G-6-PD deficiency 282.2 [774.0]

galactosemia 271.1 [774.5]

Gilbert's syndrome 277.4 [774.31]

hepatocellular damage 774.4

hereditary hemolytic anemia (see also Anemia, hemolytic) 282.9 [774.0]

hypothyroidism, congenital 243 [774.31]

incompatibility, maternal/fetal NEC 773.2

infection 774.1

inspissated bile syndrome 774.4

isoimmunization NEC 773.2

mucoviscidosis 277.01 [774.5]

obliteration of bile duct, congenital 751.61 [774.5]

polycythemia 774.1

preterm delivery 774.2

red cell defect 282.9 [774.0]

Rh

antibodies 773.0

incompatibility, maternal/fetal 773.0

isoimmunization 773.0

spherocytosis (congenital) 282.0 [774.0]

swallowed maternal blood 774.1

physiological NEC 774.6

from injection, inoculation, infusion, or transfusion (blood) (plasma) (serum) (other substance) (onset within 8 months after administration) - see Hepatitis, viral

Gilbert's (familial nonhemolytic) 277.4

hematogenous 283.9

hemolytic (acquired) 283.9

congenital (see also Spherocytosis) 282.0

hemorrhagic (acute) 100.0

leptospiral 100.0

newborn 776.0

spirochetal 100.0

hepatocellular 573.8

homologous (serum) - see Hepatitis, viral

idiopathic, chronic 277.4

infectious (acute) (subacute) 070.1

with hepatic coma 070.0

leptospiral 100.0

spirochetal 100.0

leptospiral 100.0

malignant (see also Necrosis, liver) 570

newborn (physiological) (see also Jaundice, fetus or newborn) 774.6

nonhemolytic, congenital familial (Gilbert's) 277.4

nuclear, newborn (see also Kernicterus of newborn) 774.7

obstructive NEC (see also Obstruction, biliary) 576.8

postimmunization - see Hepatitis, viral

posttransfusion - see Hepatitis, viral

regurgitation (see also Obstruction, biliary) 576.8

serum (homologous) (prophylactic) (therapeutic) - see Hepatitis, viral

spirochetal (hemorrhagic) 100.0

symptomatic 782.4

newborn 774.6

Jaw - see condition

Jaw-blinking 374.43

congenital 742.8

Jaw-winking phenomenon or syndrome 742.8

Jealousy

alcoholic 291.5

childhood 313.3

sibling 313.3

Jejunitis (see also Enteritis) 558.9

Jejunostomy status V44.4

Jejunum, jejunal - see condition

Jensen's disease 363.05

Jericho boil 085.1

Jerks, myoclonic 333.2

Jervell-Lange-Nielsen syndrome 426.82

Jeune's disease or syndrome (asphyxiating thoracic dystrophy) 756.4

Jigger disease 134.1

Job's syndrome (chronic granulomatous disease) 288.1

Jod-Basedow phenomenon 242.8

Johnson-Stevens disease (erythema multiforme exudativum) 695.1

Joint - see also condition

Charct's 094.0 [713.5]

false 733.82

flail - see Flail, joint

mice- see Loose, body, joint, by site

sinus to bone 730.9

von Gies' 095.8

Jordan's anomaly or syndrome 288.2

Josephs-Diamond-Blackfan anemia (congenital hypoplastic) 284.01

Joubert syndrome 759.89

Jumpers' knee 727.2

Jungle yellow fever 060.0

Jungling's disease (sarcoidosis) 135

Junin virus hemorrhagic fever 078.7

Juvenile - see also condition

delinquent 312.9

group (see also Disturbance, conduct) 312.2

. neurotic 312.4






TABLE OF CONTENTS

Preface

Acknowledgments

Introduction

The ICD-9-CM Coordination and Maintenance Committee

Characteristics of the ICD-9-CM

The Disease Classification

Alphabetical Index of Diseases

Table of Drugs and Chemicals

Index To External Causes of Injury (E Code)

Classification of Procedures

Index to Procedures

Appendix A:
Morphology of Neoplasms


Appendix C:
Classification of Drugs by American Hospital Formulary Services List Number and their ICD-9-CM Equivalents


Appendix D:
Classification of Industrial Accidents According to Agency


Appendix E:
List of Three-Digit Categories






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