Billable Medical Code for Jaundice, Unspecified, Not of Newborn
Diagnosis Code for Reimbursement Claim: ICD-9-CM 782.4
Code will be replaced by October 2015 and relabeled as ICD-10-CM 782.4.
The Short Description Is: Jaundice NOS.
Jaundice is also known as jaundice. This excludes jaundice in newborn (774.0-774.7) and due to isoimmunization (773.0-773.2, 773.4). This applies to cholemia NOS and icterus NOS.
jaundice in newborn (774.0-774.7)
due to isoimmunization (773.0-773.2, 773.4)
Jaundice Definition and Symptoms
Jaundice is a yellowing of the skin or eyes. The yellow color is a product of too much bilirubin (a product of red blood cells). This is often a sign that there is a problem with the liver or pancreas. Symptoms of jaundice include yellow skin and the white part of the eye, yellowing inside the mouth, dark urine, and pale stool.