|central precocious puberty icd 10||1.67||0.5||585||70|
|central precocious puberty icd 10 code||0.1||0.2||4092||87|
|central precocious puberty icd-10||0.31||0.2||4276||58|
|dx code for precocious puberty||1.87||0.6||5853||69|
|history of precocious puberty icd 10||1.25||0.1||4670||62|
|puberty icd 10 code||0.98||0.8||5816||90|
|icd 9 code for precocious puberty||0.04||1||1649||26|
|normal puberty icd 10||1.84||0.6||5736||67|
|icd 10 code for early puberty||0.18||0.2||5368||20|
|onset of puberty icd 10||1.99||0.1||7843||76|
|premature puberty icd 10||1.58||0.6||9003||64|
|normal puberty development icd 10||1.15||0.8||3564||16|
|icd 10 codes premature puberty||0.48||0.2||867||99|
Disorder of puberty, unspecified 1 E30.9 is a billable/specific ICD-10-CM code that can be used to indicate a diagnosis for reimbursement purposes. 2 The 2019 edition of ICD-10-CM E30.9 became effective on October 1, 2018. 3 This is the American ICD-10-CM version of E30.9 - other international versions of ICD-10 E30.9 may differ.What is the ICD 10 code for precocious pseudopuberty?
The following 114 ICD-10-CM codes are intended for pediatric patients of age 0 – 17 years inclusive as each code is clinically and virtually impossible to be applicable to any age outside of this range. Displaying codes 1-100 of 114: female heterosexual precocious pseudopuberty ( E25.-) male isosexual precocious pseudopuberty ( E25.-)What is central precocious puberty?
Central precocious puberty (CPP) is a rare condition. It happens when the body matures sooner -- perhaps years earlier -- than expected. Puberty usually starts around age 8 in girls and around age 9 in boys. For some children, such as those who are African-American or Hispanic, normal puberty may happen as early as age 6 in girls and age 8 in boys.What are the complications of precocious puberty?
In rare cases, precocious puberty may also be associated with hypothyroidism. Having received radiation therapy of the central nervous system. Radiation treatment for tumors, leukemia or other conditions can increase the risk of precocious puberty. Possible complications of precocious puberty include: Short height.