Endometrial Cancer ICD 9 Code


Billable Medical Code for Malignant Neoplasm of Corpus Uteri, Except Isthmus

Diagnosis Code for Reimbursement Claim: ICD-9-CM 182.0

Code will be replaced by October 2015 and relabeled as ICD-10-CM 182.0.

The Short Description Is: Malig neo corpus uteri.

Known As

Diagnosis code for endometrial cancer is also known as adenocarcinoma of endometrium, adenocarcinoma endometrium, adenosquamous carcinoma endometrium, CA endometrium adenoca, CA of endometrium,
cancer of the endometrium, cancer of the endometrium adenocarcinoma, cancer of the endometrium adenosquamous, cancer of the endometrium clear cell, cancer of the endometrium mixed mullerian, cancer of the endometrium papillary serous, cancer of the endometrium stromal sarcoma, cancer of the myometrium, cancer fundus uteri, clear cell carcinoma endometrium, endometrial cancer,
endometrial cancer w myometrial invasion, endometrial cancer with myometrial invasion, mixed mullerian cancer endometrium, mixed mullerian tumor endometrium, papillary serous carcinoma endometrium, primary adenosquamous carcinoma of endometrium, primary malignant clear cell neoplasm of endometrium, primary malignant mixed mullerian neoplasm of endometrium, primary malignant neoplasm of endometrium, primary malignant neoplasm of endometrium with myometrial invasion, primary malignant neoplasm of fundus uteri, primary malignant neoplasm of myometrium, primary malignant papillary serous neoplasm of endometrium, primary malignant stromal sarcoma of endometrium, stromal sarcoma endometrium, uterine cancer fundus uteri, and uterine cancer myometrium .

Endometrial Cancer Definition and Symptoms

Endometrial cancer is a very common type of uterine cancer. The exact cause of endometrial cancer is still unknown however increased levels of estrogen is though to have an affect. Symptoms of endometrial cancer include abnormal bleeding from the vagina, lower abdominal pain and cramping, thin white or clear vaginal discharge after menopause, and very heavy, prolonged vaginal bleeding in women over 40.