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ICD-10 Ch 7 H-Eye

Coding Eye & Adnexa Dx

Hordeolum (stye) inflammatory infection of the sebaceous glands at the base of the eyelashes.
hordeolum externum H00.01
hordeolum internum H00.02
Chalazion infection of the eyelid that forms a mass on the eyelid.
Chalazion codes H00.01. are based on location of right or left eye and upper, lower, or unspecified eye
Entropion inward turning (inversion) of the margin of the eyelid.
Causes of Entropion unspecified, result of scar or tightening , lack of muscle support, senile, or spastic.
cicatricial cause of entropion/ectropion - the result of scar or tightening
mechanical cause of entropion/ectropion - lack of muscle support
senile cause of entropion/ectropion - due to aging
spastic cause of entropion/ectropion - spasm of muscle
trichiasis ingrowing eyelash
Ectropion pulling away (eversion) of eyelid
Dacryoadenitis inflammation of the lacrimal gland
dacryops watery eye
epiphora overflow of tears due to stricture of lacrimal passage
dacryolith lacrimal calculus
H04 category includes disorders of what eye structure? lacrimal system
Other H - Eye codes are reported based on what? location such as orbit, conjunctiva, sclera, cornea, etc.
Created by: ZonaB2