What are the ICD-10 codes for osteoporosis?
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- M80 codes relate to osteoporosis with a pathological fracture: 8 subsets
- M81 codes relate to osteoporosis without a pathological fracture: 9 subsets
- M82 codes relate to osteoporosis in diseases classified elsewhere: 3 subsets.
The ICD-10-CM (International Classification of Diseases, 10th revision, Clinical Modification) is a system that doctors and other health care providers use to uniformly classify all diagnoses, symptoms, and procedures. It is published by the World Health Organization (WHO).
ICD-10-CM diagnosis codes consist of three to seven digits. The codes for osteoporosis can generally be found under Disorders of Bone Density and Structure (M80-M82), with a few exceptions.
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