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CM Volume 3

ICD-9-CM Volume 3 is a system of procedural codes. It is a subset of the International Statistical Classification of Diseases and Related Health Problems (ICD) 9-CM. Volumes 1 and 2 are used for diagnostic codes.

Main sections

(00) Procedures and interventions, not elsewhere classified

(01–05) Operations on the nervous system

(06–07) Operations on the endocrine system

(08–16) Operations on the eye

(18–20) Operations on the ear

(21-29) Operations on the nose, mouth and pharynx

(30–34) Operations on the respiratory system

(35–39) Operations on the cardiovascular system

Heart

Vessels

(40–41) Operations on the hemic and lymphatic system

(42–54) Operations on the digestive system

(55–59) Operations on the urinary system

(60–64) Operations on the male genital organs

(65–71) Operations on the female genital organs

(72–75) Obstetrical procedures

(76–84) Operations on the musculoskeletal system

(85–86) Operations on the integumentary system

(87–99) Miscellaneous diagnostic and therapeutic procedures

Diagnostic radiology

Interview, evaluation, consultation, and examination

Nuclear medicine

Physical therapy, respiratory therapy, rehabilitation, and related procedures

Procedures related to the psyche

Ophthalmologic and otologic diagnosis and treatment

Nonoperative intubation and irrigation

Replacement and removal of therapeutic appliances/nonoperative removal of foreign body or calculus

Other nonoperative procedures

See also

External links

  • Tabular index of codes








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