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abnormal bronchial washings Abnormal, specimen, respiratory organs (bronchial washings), R84.9.
shortness of breath Abnormalities of breathing R06
Screening mammogram showed microcalcification. Abnormal and inconclusive findings on diagnostic imaging of breast R92.0
Underweight 5-year-old female with body mass index of less than 5th percentile for her age. Symptoms and signs concerning food and fluid intake R63.6 BMI pediatric Z68.51
Abnormal chest x-ray. patient was already on a ventilator Abnormal findings on diagnostic imaging of lung R91.8 Dependence on enabling machines and devices, NEC Z99.11
Traumatic amputation of right index finger while fixing a power lawnmower Amputation, traumatic, finger S68.110A ECI under Contact, with, lawnmower, (powered) W28.XXXA
Rib fractures of three left ribs from fall from in shower Fracture, rib, multiple S22.42XA ECI Fall, in, shower W18.2XXA
C2 fracture, secondary to motor vehicle traffic accident Fracture, traumatic, neck, cervical vertebra, second. S12.100A Accident, motor vehicle. V89.2XXA
Third degree burn to right hand from a hotplate Burn, hand, right, third degree, T23.301A. ECI Burn, hotplate, X15.2XXA.
Displaced, rotated fractures of left index and long metacarpal shafts. when stepped on while playing soccer Fracture, traumatic, metacarpal, second, shaft, third, shaft. S62.321A, S62.323A, ECI Stepped on, by, person W50.0XXA, Activity, soccer. Y93.66
open wound Wound
Subsequent examination following treatment for an open left femoral shaft fracture fracture femur shaft S72.302E
Initial encounter for mechanical complication of internal orthopedic bone graft with displacement. T84.328A, Complications of internal orthopedic prosthetic devices, implants and grafts T84
subluxation partial dislocation,
Initial encounter for a child with dislocated right humerus due to physical abuse by father Maltreatment, adult, child, physical abuse, confirmed 74.12XA, dislocation shoulder S43.004A, biological Y07.11
Encounter for removal of scar caused by a left open oblique tibial fracture. scar - L90.5, fracture, tibia, oblique, sequela - S82.232S
Initial encounter for nausea and vomiting due to Penicillin taken as prescribed. drug table penicilin - T36.0X5A, Nausea with vomiting, unspecified - R11.2
Cardiac arrest due to cocaine Drug table, cocaine accidental T40.5X1A, Cardiac arrest due to other underlying condition - I46.8
Repeat urinary infection. Patient did not take sulfamethoxazole as directed due to financial hardship. She was saving half the medication in case she needed it again UI - N39.0, DT - T37.0X6A, Noncompliance, Personal risk factors Z91.120
breast implant infection T85.79 Infection and inflammatory reaction due to other internal prosthetic devices, implants and grafts
congenital of or relating to a condition present at birth, whether inherited or caused by the environment, especially the uterine environment.
Papilla any small, nipple-like process or projection.
basel cell any cell situated at the base of a multilayered tissue, as at the lowest layer of the epidermis
adenoma benign tumor originating in a secretory gland or glandlike structure.
hernia the protrusion of an organ or tissue through an opening in its surrounding walls, especially in the abdominal region
rupture hernia , especially abdominal hernia.
perforation a hole made or passing through a thing
MMR Measles, mumps Rubella
prophylactic preventive or protective.
inoculate to implant (a disease agent or antigen) in a person, animal, or plant to produce a disease for study or to stimulate disease resistance
preeclampsia a pathologic condition of late pregnancy characterized by edema, proteinuria, and hypertension
synovia a clear, viscous fluid resembling the white of an egg, secreted by synovial membranes and acting as a lubricant for many joints, bursae, and tendons
Arthropathies joint disease and Related Disorders
Dorsopathies (curvature of the spine)
Rheumatism inflammation, degeneration, or metabolic derangement of connective tissue structures especially joints
Osteopathies, bone disease
Chondropathies, cartilage disease
Scleroderma progressive disease that affects the skin and connective tissue (including cartilage, bone, fat, and the tissue that supports the nerves and blood vessels throughout the body
localized scleroderma mainly affects the skin.
Systemic scleroderma which is also called systemic sclerosis, affects the smaller blood vessels and internal organs of the body.
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