Table: CodeCIM10 code (*) Code description (*)
|M54.56||Back pain, lower back|
|M54.57||Lower back pain, lumbosacral region|
|M54.58||Low back pain, sacral and sacrococcal region|
|M54. ### 59||Back pain, unspecified location|
|CIM code 9:||724. ### 2|
|Short description:||Other conditions related to pregnancy, unspecified trimester|
|Long description:||Other specific conditions related to pregnancy, unspecified trimester|
M54 coding. 5 is the diagnostic code for low back pain (LBP). This is sometimes called low back pain. Other synonyms are:
The sciatic nerve is the largest nerve in the human body and is formed by the union of 5 nerve roots in the lower part of the spine. It penetrates deep into the buttocks and goes beyond the back of the thigh to the heel and sole of the foot. Symptoms of sciatica are usually felt along the nerve path.
This is the US ICD10CM version of the M54. 3 other international versions of the CIM10 M54. 3 may vary.
The lumbar spine, better known as the lumbar spine, is made up of five vertebrae, labeled L1 to L5. The lumbar spine is located between the chest or chest, part of the spine and the sacrum. The lumbar spine usually has a slight inward curve called lordosis.
Code ICD10CM M54. 6. Chest pain.
M54. 2 is a valid ICD10 diagnostic code for neck pain.
Code ICD10CM M54. 9. Back, unspecified.
M545 Low back pain as the main diagnosis. M545 Low back pain as a primary or secondary diagnostic code. National estimated total number of hospital admissions per year (all present at admission)
Lumbar radiculopathy is a nerve root disease of the lumbar spine. This can manifest as pain, numbness, or weakness in the buttocks and legs. Sciatica is the term often used by the laity. Lumbar radiculopathy is usually caused by compression of the spine within the spine.
Code R07. 0, sore throat, except sore throat (acute), but J02. 9, Acute pharyngitis, unspecified, mainly comprises a (acute) sore throat. Hence, it appears that the ICD10 considers sore throat a definitive diagnosis rather than a symptom.
R10. 9 Unspecified abdominal pain is a problem for the ICD10CM.
Lumbar spondylolysis is a disease of the lower back characterized by a defect or fracture of the part of the vertebra called the interarticular part. The pars interarticularis, also known as the isthmus, is a section of bone that connects the facet joints at the back of the spine.
Low back pain with sciatica is characterized by pain that radiates from the lower back to the leg.