ICD-10 Chapter XVI: Certain Conditions Originating in The Perinatal Period - P00–P96 – Certain Conditions Originating in The Perinatal Period - (P10–P15) Birth Trauma

(P10–P15) Birth Trauma

  • (P10) Intracranial laceration and haemorrhage due to birth injury
    • (P10.0) Subdural haemorrhage due to birth injury
    • (P10.1) Cerebral haemorrhage due to birth injury
    • (P10.2) Intraventricular haemorrhage due to birth injury
    • (P10.3) Subarachnoid haemorrhage due to birth injury
    • (P10.4) Tentorial tear due to birth injury
    • (P10.8) Other intracranial lacerations and haemorrhages due to birth injury
    • (P10.9) Unspecified intracranial laceration and haemorrhage due to birth injury
  • (P11) Other birth injuries to central nervous system
  • (P12) Birth injury to scalp
    • (P12.0) Cephalhaematoma due to birth injury
    • (P12.1) Chignon due to birth injury
    • (P12.2) Epicranial subaponeurotic haemorrhage due to birth injury
    • (P12.3) Bruising of scalp due to birth injury
    • (P12.4) Monitoring injury of scalp of newborn
    • (P12.8) Other birth injuries to scalp
    • (P12.9) Birth injury to scalp, unspecified
  • (P13) Birth injury to skeleton
  • (P14) Birth injury to peripheral nervous system
    • (P14.0) Erb's paralysis due to birth injury
    • (P14.1) Klumpke's paralysis due to birth injury
    • (P14.2) Phrenic nerve paralysis due to birth injury
    • (P14.3) Other brachial plexus birth injuries
    • (P14.8) Birth injuries to other parts of peripheral nervous system
    • (P14.9) Birth injury to peripheral nervous system, unspecified
  • (P15) Other birth injuries

Read more about this topic:  ICD-10 Chapter XVI: Certain Conditions Originating In The Perinatal Period, P00–P96 – Certain Conditions Originating in The Perinatal Period

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