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Glimpses of ICD 10 CM Deleted Codes - 2022

Deleted Codes Description

D552 Anemia due to disorders of glycolytic enzymes

F78         Other intellectual disabilities

G92         Toxic encephalopathy

K228 Other specified diseases of esophagus

M311 Thrombotic microangiopathy

M545 Low back pain

P09         Abnormal findings on neonatal screening

R05         Cough

R358 Other polyuria

R633 Feeding difficulties

T407X1A Poisoning by cannabis (derivatives), accidental (unintentional), initial encounter

T407X1D Poisoning by cannabis (derivatives), accidental (unintentional), subsequent encounter

T407X1S Poisoning by cannabis (derivatives), accidental (unintentional), sequela

T407X2A Poisoning by cannabis (derivatives), intentional self-harm, initial encounter

T407X2D Poisoning by cannabis (derivatives), intentional self-harm, subsequent encounter

T407X2S     Poisoning by cannabis (derivatives), intentional self-harm, sequela

T407X3A Poisoning by cannabis (derivatives), assault, initial encounter

T407X3D Poisoning by cannabis (derivatives), assault, subsequent encounter

T407X3S         Poisoning by cannabis (derivatives), assault, sequela

T407X4A Poisoning by cannabis (derivatives), undetermined, initial encounter

T407X4D Poisoning by cannabis (derivatives), undetermined, subsequent encounter

T407X4S         Poisoning by cannabis (derivatives), undetermined, sequela

T407X5A Adverse effect of cannabis (derivatives), initial encounter

T407X5D Adverse effect of cannabis (derivatives), subsequent encounter

T407X5S         Adverse effect of cannabis (derivatives), sequela

T407X6A Underdosing of cannabis (derivatives), initial encounter

T407X6D Underdosing of cannabis (derivatives), subsequent encounter

T407X6S         Underdosing of cannabis (derivatives), sequela

Z590         Homelessness

Z594         Lack of adequate food and safe drinking water

Z598         Other problems related to housing and economic circumstances

Z915         Personal history of self-harm

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