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ICD-10 Code for Other fatigue

R53.83

ICD-10 code R53.83 for Other fatigue is a medical classification as listed by WHO under the range - Symptoms, signs and abnormal clinical and laboratory findings, not elsewhere classified .

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Official Long Descriptor
Other fatigue
Fatigue NOS
Lack of energy
Lethargy
Tiredness
Excludes 2: exhaustion and fatigue due to depressive episode (F32.-)

R53.8

Excludes1: combat exhaustion and fatigue (F43.0)
congenital debility (P96.9)
exhaustion and fatigue due to excessive exertion (T73.3)
exhaustion and fatigue due to exposure (T73.2)
exhaustion and fatigue due to heat (T67.-)
exhaustion and fatigue due to pregnancy (O26.8-)
exhaustion and fatigue due to recurrent depressive episode (F33)
exhaustion and fatigue due to senile debility (R54)

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