11 ICD-10 codes for highly specific conditions — Prison incident, Easter phobia & more

Angie Stewart - Print  |

ICD-10 codes are designed to capture a high level of specificity, accounting for nearly every injury imaginable as well as where it took place.

Eleven codes that can be used for unusually specific conditions:

1. Hurt at the library: Y92241
2. Hurt at swimming pool of prison as the place of occurrence: Y92.146
3. Hurt at the opera: Y92.253
4. Rollercoaster: Y93.I1
5. Walked into furniture: W22.03
6. Walked into lamppost: W22.02
7. Walked into wall: W22.01
8. Pedestrian on foot injured in collision with roller-skater: V00.01
9. Bathing and showering: Y93.E1
10. Fear of the Easter Bunny: F40.218
11. Unspecified event, undetermined intent: Y34

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