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Loss 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 32 terms under the parent term 'Loss' in the ICD-10-CM Alphabetical Index.


appetite (see Anorexia) R63.0
hysterical F50.8
nonorganic origin F50.8
psychogenic F50.8
blood - see Hemorrhage
control, sphincter, rectum R15.9
nonorganic origin F98.1
consciousness, transient R55
traumatic - see Injury, intracranial
elasticity, skin R23.4
family (member) in childhood Z62.898
fluid (acute) E86.9
hypernatremia E87.0
hyponatremia E87.1
function of labyrinth
hair, nonscarring - see Alopecia
hearing - see also Deafness
central NOS H90.5
neural NOS H90.5
perceptive NOS H90.5
sensorineural NOS H90.5
sensory NOS H90.5
height R29.890
limb or member, traumatic, current - see Amputation, traumatic
love relationship in childhood Z62.898
memory - see also Amnesia
mild, following organic brain damage F06.8
mind - see Psychosis
occlusal vertical dimension of fully erupted teeth M26.37
organ or part - see Absence, by site, acquired
ossicles, ear (partial) H74.32-
parent in childhood Z63.4
pregnancy, recurrent N96
care in current pregnancy O26.2-
without current pregnancy N96
recurrent pregnancy - see Loss, pregnancy, recurrent
self-esteem, in childhood Z62.898
sense of
smell - see Disturbance, sensation, smell
taste - see Disturbance, sensation, taste
touch R20.8
sensory R44.9
dissociative F44.6
sexual desire F52.0
sight (acquired) (complete) (congenital) - see Blindness
substance of
bone - see Disorder, bone, density and structure, specified NEC
cartilage - see Disorder, cartilage, specified type NEC
auricle (ear) - see Disorder, pinna, specified type NEC
vitreous (humor) H15.89
tooth, teeth - see Absence, teeth, acquired
vision, visual H54.7
both eyes H54.3
one eye H54.60
left (normal vision on right) H54.62
right (normal vision on left) H54.61
specified as blindness - see Blindness
sudden H53.13-
transient H53.12-
vitreous - see Prolapse, vitreous
voice - see Aphonia
weight (abnormal) (cause unknown) R63.4
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