Diagnostic Codes

ICD-9▾▴ ICD-10▾▴ Description▾▴ Definition▾▴ Location▾▴
739.4Segmental somatic dysfunction, sacral region Lumbosacral Spine
724.3M54.31Sciatica, right side Lumbosacral Spine
726.30Enthesopathy of elbow unspecified Elbow and Forearm
310.2F07.81Post concussion syndrome (postconcussional syndrome) Concussion
723.6M54.02Panniculitis affecting cervical region Cervical Spine
355.0G57.02Lesion of sciatic nerve left lower limb (piriformis syndrome) Lumbosacral Spine
739.5Segmental somatic dysfunction, pelvis region (hip and pubic region) Lumbosacral Spine
346.12G43.001Migraine without aura, not intractable, with status migrainosus Head
M54.50Low back pain, unspecified (new 10-1-2021) Additional InfoLumbosacral Spine
729.2M79.2Neuralgia, neuritis and radiculitis unspecified. (Excludes Brachial neuritis 723.4 M54.1x Lumbosacral neuritis 724.4 M54.1x Mononeuropathies 354, 355, G56-G58, Radiculitis M54.1, Sciatica 724.3 M54.3x-M54.4x) Additional Info
728.85M62.830Muscle spasm of back Muscle
722.73M51.16Lumbar intervertebral disc disorders with radiculopathy Lumbosacral Spine
386.00H81.01Meniere's disease, right ear Additional InfoDizziness and Vertigo
719.46M25.561Pain in the right knee (joint) Knee
723.1M54.2Cervicalgia (neck pain) Cervical Spine
721.3M47.816Spondylosis (osteoarthritis) without myelopathy or radiculopathy, lumbar region Additional InfoLumbosacral Spine
953.4S14.3XXAInjury of brachial plexus initial encounter Cervical Spine

Orthopedic Tests

Orthopedic Test▾▴ Method▾▴ Diagnosis Indication▾▴ ICD9▾▴ ICD10▾▴
Codman's SignThis test is performed on patients with shoulder complaints. The examiner passively abducts the arm on the side of the complaint. The sign is considered present when the abduction can be done without pain and a sudden release of the patient's arm (with it above the horizontal, which causes the deltoid to suddenly contract) causes shoulder pain and a hunching of the shoulder due to the absence of rotator cuff function. The sign is indicative of a rotator cuff tear (Rupture of the Supraspinatus Tendon)Bursitis of right shoulder726.10M75.51
Codman's SignThis test is performed on patients with shoulder complaints. The examiner passively abducts the arm on the side of the complaint. The sign is considered present when the abduction can be done without pain and a sudden release of the patient's arm (with it above the horizontal, which causes the deltoid to suddenly contract) causes shoulder pain and a hunching of the shoulder due to the absence of rotator cuff function. The sign is indicative of a rotator cuff tear (Rupture of the Supraspinatus Tendon)Sprain of other specified parts of right shoulder girdle initial encounter840.6S43.81XA

Evaluation and Management Codes

CPT Code▾▴ Description▾▴
99213Office or other outpatient visit for the evaluation and management of an established patient, which requires a medically appropriate history and/or examination and low level of medical decision making. When using time for code selection, 20-29 minutes of total time is spent on the date of the encounter.

X-Ray

CPT Code Definition location
71110Ribs, bilateral, 3 views Chest