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Excess ICD-10-CM Alphabetical Index

The ICD-10-CM Alphabetical Index is designed to allow medical coders to look up various medical terms and connect them with the appropriate ICD codes. There are 41 terms under the parent term 'Excess' in the ICD-10-CM Alphabetical Index.


Excess

alcohol level in blood R78.0
androgen (ovarian) E28.1
attrition, tooth, teeth K03.0
carotene, carotin (dietary) E67.1
cold, effects of T69.9
specified effect NEC T69.8
convergence H51.12
crying
in child, adolescent, or adult R45.83
in infant R68.11
development, breast N62
divergence H51.8
drinking (alcohol) NEC (without dependence) F10.10
habitual (continual) (without remission) F10.20
eating R63.2
estrogen E28.0
fat - see also Obesity
in heart - see Degeneration, myocardial
localized E65
foreskin N47.8
gas R14.0
glucagon E16.3
heat - see Heat
intermaxillary vertical dimension of fully erupted teeth M26.37
interocclusal distance of fully erupted teeth M26.37
kalium E87.5
large
colon K59.3
congenital Q43.8
infant P08.0
organ or site, congenital NEC - see Anomaly, by site
long
organ or site, congenital NEC - see Anomaly, by site
menstruation (with regular cycle) N92.0
with irregular cycle N92.1
napping Z72.821
natrium E87.0
number of teeth K00.1
nutrient (dietary) NEC R63.2
potassium (K) E87.5
salivation K11.7
secretion - see also Hypersecretion
milk O92.6
sputum R09.3
sweat R61
sexual drive F52.8
short
organ or site, congenital NEC - see Anomaly, by site
umbilical cord in labor or delivery O69.3
skin, eyelid (acquired) - see Blepharochalasis
congenital Q10.3
sodium (Na) E87.0
spacing of fully erupted teeth M26.32
sputum R09.3
sweating R61
thirst R63.1
due to deprivation of water T73.1
tuberosity of jaw M26.07
vitamin
A (dietary) E67.0
administered as drug (prolonged intake) - see Table of Drugs and Chemicals, vitamins, adverse effect
overdose or wrong substance given or taken - see Table of Drugs and Chemicals, vitamins, poisoning
D (dietary) E67.3
administered as drug (prolonged intake) - see Table of Drugs and Chemicals, vitamins, adverse effect
overdose or wrong substance given or taken - see Table of Drugs and Chemicals, vitamins, poisoning
weight
gain R63.5
loss R63.4
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