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DISORDERS OF THE EYE AND ADNEXA ICD-9 Code range 360-379

The ICD-9 code range DISORDERS OF THE EYE AND ADNEXA for 360-379 is medical classification list by the World Health Organization (WHO).

360

Disorders of the globe

361

Retinal detachments and defects

362

Other retinal disorders

363

Chorioretinal inflammations scars and other disorders of choroid

364

Disorders of iris and ciliary body

365

Glaucoma

366

Cataract

367

Disorders of refraction and accommodation

368

Visual disturbances

369

Blindness and low vision

370

Keratitis

371

Corneal opacity and other disorders of cornea

372

Disorders of conjunctiva

373

Inflammation of eyelids

374

Other disorders of eyelids

375

Disorders of lacrimal system

376

Disorders of the orbit

377

Disorders of optic nerve and visual pathways

378

Strabismus and other disorders of binocular eye movements

379

Other disorders of eye