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ICD-10 Code for Peritoneal adhesions (postprocedural) (postinfection)

K66.0

ICD-10 code K66.0 for Peritoneal adhesions (postprocedural) (postinfection) is a medical classification as listed by WHO under the range - Diseases of the digestive system .

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Coding
Official Long Descriptor
Peritoneal adhesions (postprocedural) (postinfection)
Adhesions (of) abdominal (wall)
Adhesions (of) diaphragm
Adhesions (of) intestine
Adhesions (of) male pelvis
Adhesions (of) omentum
Adhesions (of) stomach
Adhesive bands
Mesenteric adhesions
Excludes 1: female pelvic adhesions [bands] (N73.6)
peritoneal adhesions with intestinal obstruction (K56.5-)

K66

Excludes2: ascites (R18.-)
peritoneal effusion (chronic) (R18.8)

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