Vulvodynia ICD 9 Code

Billable Medical Code for Vulvodynia, Unspecified

Diagnosis Code for Reimbursement Claim: ICD-9-CM 625.70

Code will be replaced by October 2015 and relabeled as ICD-10-CM 625.70.

The Short Description Is: Vulvodynia NOS.

Known As

Vulvodynia is also known as vulodynia and vulvodynia (chronic pain in vulvar area). This applies to vulvodynia NOS.

Vulvodynia Definition and Symptoms

Vulvodynia is chronic pain in and around the opening of the vagina, yet there is no apparent cause present. This condition can last months to years with no relief. The cause of vulvodynia is still unknown however some factors that doctors believe attribute are injury to the nerves surrounding the vulva, allergies or hypersensitiviy, past vaginal infections, and hormone changes. Symptoms include burning, soreness, stinging, throbbing, and itching in the genital area, as well as painful intercourse.

Vaginal Discharge ICD 9 Code

Billable Medical Code for Leukorrhea, Not Specified as Infective

Diagnosis Code for Reimbursement Claim: ICD-9-CM 623.5

Code will be replaced by October 2015 and relabeled as ICD-10-CM 623.5.

The Short Description Is: Noninfect vag leukorrhea.

Known As

Vaginal discharge is also known as bloodstained vaginal discharge, brown vaginal discharge, creamy vaginal discharge, discharge from female genitalia, fishy vaginal discharge, frothy vaginal discharge, green vaginal discharge, leukorrhea, moderate vaginal discharge, mucocolpos, mucoid vaginal discharge, ordorless vaginal discharge, offensive vaginal discharge, on examination- bloodstained vaginal discharge, on examination- creamy vaginal discharge, on examination- frothy vaginal discharge, on examination- green vaginal discharge, on examination- offensive vaginal discharge, on examination- profuse vaginal discharge, on examination- vaginal discharge, on examination- white vaginal discharge, on examination- yellow vaginal discharge, profuse vaginal discharge, purulent vaginal discharge, scanty vaginal discharge, urinous vaginal discharge, vaginal discharge, vaginal discharge problem, vaginal discharge present, vaginal discharge symptom, vaginal pool, watery vaginal discharge, white vaginal discharge, and yellow vaginal discharge. This excludes trichomonal (131.00). This applies to leukorrhea NOS of vagina and vaginal discharge NOS.

Vaginal Discharge Definition and Symptoms

Vaginal discharge is a mixture of fluid and cells that are constantly shed through the vagina. Vaginal discharge serves the purpose of cleaning and protecting the vagina, however some types of vaginal discharge could be a sign of an infection or other serious issue. Some of the causes of abnormal vaginal discharge are genital warts, vaginal cancer, yeast infection, bacterial vaginosis, pregnancy, HPV infection, and chlamydia. Symptoms that an infection may be present is if the vaginal discharge is thick, white, frothy, yellow, green, creamy, watery, or profuse.

Nabothian Cyst ICD 9 Code

Billable Medical Code for Other Specified Noninflammatory Disorders of Cervix

Diagnosis Code for Reimbursement Claim: ICD-9-CM 622.8

Code will be replaced by October 2015 and relabeled as ICD-10-CM 622.8.

The Short Description Is: Noninflam dis cervix NEC.

Known As

Nabothian cyst is also known as atrophy of cervix, bleeding cervix, cervical annular detachment, cervical effacement 30%, cervical effacement 40%, cervical effacement 50%, cervical effacement 60%, cervical excitation absent, cervical lesion, cervical mucous acellular, cervical mucus dysfunction, cervix tender, cyst of cervix, discoloration of cervix, edema of cervix, entropion of cervix, fibrosis of cervix, healed lateral tears of cervix, hemorrhage of cervix, internal os closed, lesion of cervix, lump of cervix, postcoital cervical mucus, rigid cervix, senile atrophy of cervix, small uterine cervix, thin cervical mucous, uterine cervix double, uterine cervix fissured, uterine cervix not seen, and uterine cervix not stretchy. This excludes endometriosis (617.0), fistula (619.0-619.8), and inflammatory disease (616.0). This applies to atrophy (senile) of cervix, cyst of cervix, fibrosis of cervix, and hemorrhage of cervix.

Nabothian Cyst Definition and Symptoms

A nabothian cyst is a lump on the surface of the cervix that is filled with mucus. These cysts appear as a tiny, white, raised bump and are found during pelvic exams. These cysts typically cause no symptoms, some of the symptoms that they may cause, which are a large sign for concern, are unusual discharge, severe pelvic pain, and bleeding between menstrual cycles.

Cervical Polyp ICD 9 Code

Billable Medical Code for Mucous Polyp of Cervix

Diagnosis Code for Reimbursement Claim: ICD-9-CM 622.7

Code will be replaced by October 2015 and relabeled as ICD-10-CM 622.7.

Known As

Cervical polyps are also known as cervical polyp, endocervical polyp, and polyp of cervix. This excludes adenomatous polyp of cervix (219.0). This applies to polyp NOS of cervix.

Cervical Polyp Definition and Symptoms

Cervical polyps are growths on the lower part of the uterus that connects with the vagina (the cervix) and is usually benign. Causes of these polpys can include a reaction to an increase of estrogen, clogged blood vessels in the cervix, and chronic inflammation. Symptoms include abnormal vaginal bleeding after intercourse, heavy periods, white or yellow mucus, and bleeding after douching.

Endometrial Polyp ICD 9 Code

Billable Medical Code for Polyp of Corpus Uteri

Diagnosis Code for Reimbursement Claim: ICD-9-CM 621.0

Code will be replaced by October 2015 and relabeled as ICD-10-CM 621.0.

Known As

Endometrial polyp is also known as endometrial polyp. This excludes cervical polyp NOS (622.7). This applies to polyp: endometrium and uterus NOS.

Endometrial Polyp Definition and Symptoms

Endometrial polyps are a mass in the inner lining of the uterus. They can either have a large flat base or be directly attached to the uterus. These polyps are caused by an overgrowth of cells in the lining of the uterus and are usually benign, but in some rare cases can turn into cancer. The exact cause of these polyps are unknown, however it is known that they are estrogen sensitive. Symptoms include bleeding between menstrual cycles, infertility, excessive bleeding during menstrual cycle, and irregular menstrual cycles.

Dermoid Cyst ICD 9 Code

Billable Medical Code for Other and Unspecified Ovarian Cyst

Diagnosis Code for Reimbursement Claim: ICD-9-CM 620.2

Code will be replaced by October 2015 and relabeled as ICD-10-CM 620.2.

The Short Description Is: Ovarian cyst NEC/NOS.

Known As

Dermoid cyst is also known as complex ovarian cyst, complicated ovarian cyst, corpus albicans cyst of ovary, cyst of ovary, cyst of ovary in pregnancy, endometrial cystoma of ovary, functional cyst of ovary, functional ovarian cyst, germinal inclusion cyst of ovary, hemorrhagic cyst of ovary, hyperreactio luteinalis, left ovarian cyst, luteal cystic ovary disease, ovarian cyst, ovarian cyst in pregnancy, right ovarian cyst, ruptured cyst of ovary, ruptured ovarian cyst, serous cyst of ovary, serous ovarian cyst, simple cystoma of the ovary, and theca-lutein cyst of ovary. This excludes cystadenoma (benign) (serous) (220), developmental cysts (752.0), neoplastic cysts (220), polycystic ovaries (256.4), and Stein-leventhal syndrome (256.4). This applies to cyst of ovary: NOS, corpus albicans, retention NOS, serous, theca-lutein, and simple cystoma of ovary.

Dermoid Cyst Definition and Symptoms

A dermoid cyst is an abnormal growth anywhere in or on the body that is made up of skin, hair follicles, and sebaceous glands. These cysts are caused when skin and skin structures become trapped during fetal development. The only symptom is the presence of the cyst itself. Removal is usually not necessary, unless for cosmetic reasons.

Mastalgia ICD 9 Code

Billable Medical Code for Mastodynia

Diagnosis Code for Reimbursement Claim: ICD-9-CM 611.71

Code will be replaced by October 2015 and relabeled as ICD-10-CM 611.71.

Known As

Mastalgia is also known as bilat mastodynia, bilateral mastodynia, left mastodynia, mastodynia (breast pain), pain of breast, and right mastodynia. This applies to pain in breast.

Mastalgia Definition and Symptoms

Mastalgia is the medical term for breast pain. Breast pain is an extremely common complaint among women and can range from mild to severe pain and can last a few days or an extended period of time. Common causes of breast pain are hormonal issues, fatty acid imbalance, medication use, and breast structure abnormalities.

Mastitis ICD 9 Code

Billable Medical Code for Inflammatory Disease of Breast

Diagnosis Code for Reimbursement Claim: ICD-9-CM 611.0

Code will be replaced by October 2015 and relabeled as ICD-10-CM 611.0.

The Short Description Is: Inflam disease of breast.

Known As

Mastitis is also known as abscess of areola, breast abscess, nonpuerperal, breast cellulitis, mastitis, mastitis (breast infection), mastitis nonpuerperal (inflammation of breast), nonpuerperal abscess of areola, nonpuerperal abscess of breast, nonpuerperal breast abscess, nonpuerperal breast cellulitis, nonpuerperal cellulitis of breast, nonpuerperal left mastitis, nonpuerperal mastitis, and nonpuerperal right mastitis. This excludes carbuncle of breast (680.2), chronic cystic mastitis (610.1), neonatal infective mastitis (771.5), and thrombophlebitis of breast [Mondor’s disease] (451.89). This applies to abscess (acute) (chronic) (nonpuerperal) of: areola, breast, mammillary fistula, mastitis (acute) (subacute) (nonpuerperal): NOS, infective, retromammary, and submammary.

Mastitis Definition and Symptoms

Mastitis in an infection in the breast tissue and most commonly affects breast feeding mothers. A blocked milk duct is usually the cause. Symptoms include pain or burning while breast feeding, skin redness, a fever of 101 F or higher, breast tenderness, breasts that are warm to the touch, and a general feeling of sickness.

Fibrocystic Breast Disease ICD 9 Code

Billable Medical Code for Diffuse Cystic Mastopathy

Diagnosis Code for Reimbursement Claim: ICD-9-CM 610.1

Code will be replaced by October 2015 and relabeled as ICD-10-CM 610.1.

The Short Description Is: Diffus cystic mastopathy.

Known As

Fibrocystic breast disease is also known as fibrocystic breast changes, fibrocystic change of bilat breasts, fibrocystic change of bilateral breasts, fibrocystic change of both breasts, fibrocystic change of breast, fibrocystic change of left breast, fibrocystic change of right breast, and fibrocystic disease of breast. This applies to chronic cystic mastitis, cystic breast, and fibrocystic disease of breast.

Fibrocystic Breast Disease Definition and Symptoms

Fibrocystic breast disease is when the breasts are made up of tissue that feels lumpy or rope like. This type of tissue is called nodular or glandular breast tissue. The exact cause of fibrocystic breast disease is still unknown, however estrogen is believed to play a vital role. Symptoms include breast pain or tenderness, green or dark brown nipple discharge, monthly increase in breast pain just before a menstrual cycle, and breast lumps that blend into surrounding tissue.

Epididymitis ICD 9 Code

Billable Medical Code for Orchitis and Epididymitis, Unspecified

Diagnosis Code for Reimbursement Claim: ICD-9-CM 604.90

Code will be replaced by October 2015 and relabeled as ICD-10-CM 604.90.

The Short Description Is: Orchitis/epididymit NOS.

Known As

Epididymitis is also known as epididymitis, epididymoorchitis, orchitis, orchitis and epididymitis.

Epididymitis Definition and Symptoms

Epididymitis is inflammation in the coiled tube at the back of the testicle that stores and carries sperm. This is most commonly caused by a bacterial infection of a sexually transmitted infection such as gonorrhea. Symptoms include tender and swollen scrotum, painful urination, chills and fever, discharge from the penis, a lump on the testicle, painful intercourse, and blood in the semen.