136.9 INFECT/PARASITE DIS NOS

Code Information

Diagnosis Code: 136.9

Short Description: Infect/parasite dis NOS

Long Description: Unspecified infectious and parasitic diseases

Code Classification:

  • Infectious and parasitic diseases (001–139)
    • Other infectious and parasitic diseases (130-136)
      • 136 Other and unspecified infectious and parasitic diseases
        • 136.9 Infect/parasite dis NOS

Code Version: 2015 ICD-9-CM

References to Index of Diseases and Injuries

The code 136.9 has the following ICD-9-CM references to the Index of Diseases and Injuries
  • ADEM (acute disseminated encephalomyelitis) (postinfectious) 136.9 [323.61]
    • infectious 136.9 [323.61]
    • noninfectious 323.81
  • Arthritis, arthritic (acute) (chronic) (subacute) 716.9
    • due to or associated with
      • infectious disease NEC 136.9 [711.8]
      • parasitic disease NEC 136.9 [711.8]
  • Cyst (mucus) (retention) (serous) (simple)
    • parasitic NEC 136.9
  • Disease, diseased - see also Syndrome
    • capillaries 448.9
    • epidemic NEC 136.9
    • infective NEC 136.9
    • parasitic NEC 136.9
      • cerebral NEC 123.9
      • intestinal NEC 129
      • mouth 112.0
      • skin NEC 134.9
      • specified type - see Infestation
      • tongue 112.0
  • Encephalitis (bacterial) (chronic) (hemorrhagic) (idiopathic) (nonepidemic) (spurious) (subacute) 323.9
    • acute - see also Encephalitis, viral
      • disseminated (postinfectious) NEC 136.9 [323.61]
        • postimmunization or postvaccination 323.51
    • due to
      • other infection classified elsewhere 136.9 [323.41]
    • postinfectious NEC 136.9 [323.62]
  • Encephalomyelitis (chronic) (granulomatous) (myalgic, benign) (see also Encephalitis) 323.9
    • acute disseminated (ADEM) (postinfectious) 136.9 [323.61]
      • infectious 136.9 [323.61]
      • noninfectious 323.81
      • postimmunization 323.51
  • Fever 780.60
    • infective NEC 136.9
  • Granuloma NEC 686.1
    • infectious NEC 136.9
  • Infection, infected, infective (opportunistic) 136.9
    • with
      • influenza viruses occurring in pigs or other animals - see Influenza, due to identified, novel influenza A virus
      • lymphangitis - see Lymphangitis
    • abortion - see Abortion, by type, with, sepsis
    • abscess (skin) - see Abscess, by site
    • Absidia 117.7
    • acanthamoeba 136.21
    • Acanthocheilonema (perstans) 125.4
      • streptocerca 125.6
    • accessory sinus (chronic) (see also Sinusitis) 473.9
    • Achorion - see Dermatophytosis
    • Acremonium falciforme 117.4
    • acromioclavicular (joint) 711.91
    • actinobacillus
      • lignieresii 027.8
      • mallei 024
      • muris 026.1
    • actinomadura - see Actinomycosis
    • Actinomyces (israelii) - see also Actinomycosis
      • muris-ratti 026.1
    • Actinomycetales (actinomadura) (Actinomyces) (Nocardia) (Streptomyces) - see Actinomycosis
    • actinomycotic NEC (see also Actinomycosis) 039.9
    • adenoid (chronic) 474.01
      • acute 463
      • and tonsil (chronic) 474.02
        • acute or subacute 463
    • adenovirus NEC 079.0
      • in diseases classified elsewhere - see category 079
      • unspecified nature or site 079.0
    • Aerobacter aerogenes NEC 041.85
      • enteritis 008.2
    • aerogenes capsulatus (see also Gangrene, gas) 040.0
    • aertrycke (see also Infection, Salmonella) 003.9
    • ajellomyces dermatitidis 116.0
    • alimentary canal NEC (see also Enteritis, due to, by organism) 009.0
    • Allescheria boydii 117.6
    • Alternaria 118
    • alveolus, alveolar (process) (pulpal origin) 522.4
    • ameba, amebic (histolytica) (see also Amebiasis) 006.9
      • acute 006.0
      • chronic 006.1
      • free-living 136.29
      • hartmanni 007.8
      • specified
        • site NEC 006.8
        • type NEC 007.8
    • amniotic fluid or cavity 658.4
      • affecting fetus or newborn 762.7
    • anaerobes (cocci) (gram-negative) (gram-positive) (mixed) NEC 041.84
    • anal canal 569.49
    • Ancylostoma braziliense 126.2
    • angiostrongylus cantonensis 128.8
    • anisakiasis 127.1
    • Anisakis larva 127.1
    • anthrax (see also Anthrax) 022.9
    • antrum (chronic) (see also Sinusitis, maxillary) 473.0
    • anus (papillae) (sphincter) 569.49
    • arbor virus NEC 066.9
    • arbovirus NEC 066.9
    • argentophil-rod 027.0
    • Ascaris lumbricoides 127.0
    • ascomycetes 117.4
    • Aspergillus (flavus) (fumigatus) (terreus) 117.3
    • atypical
      • acid-fast (bacilli) (see also Mycobacterium, atypical) 031.9
      • mycobacteria (see also Mycobacterium, atypical) 031.9
    • auditory meatus (circumscribed) (diffuse) (external) (see also Otitis, externa) 380.10
    • auricle (ear) (see also Otitis, externa) 380.10
    • axillary gland 683
    • Babesiasis 088.82
    • Babesiosis 088.82
    • Bacillus NEC 041.89
      • abortus 023.1
      • anthracis (see also Anthrax) 022.9
      • cereus (food poisoning) 005.89
      • coli - see Infection, Escherichia coli
      • coliform NEC 041.85
      • Ducrey's (any location) 099.0
      • Flexner's 004.1
      • Friedl�nder's NEC 041.3
      • fusiformis 101
      • gas (gangrene) (see also Gangrene, gas) 040.0
      • mallei 024
      • melitensis 023.0
      • paratyphoid, paratyphosus 002.9
        • A 002.1
        • B 002.2
        • C 002.3
      • Schmorl's 040.3
      • Shiga 004.0
      • suipestifer (see also Infection, Salmonella) 003.9
      • swimming pool 031.1
      • typhosa 002.0
      • welchii (see also Gangrene, gas) 040.0
      • Whitmore's 025
    • bacterial NEC 041.9
      • specified NEC 041.89
        • anaerobic NEC 041.84
        • gram-negative NEC 041.85
          • anaerobic NEC 041.84
    • Bacterium
      • paratyphosum 002.9
        • A 002.1
        • B 002.2
        • C 002.3
      • typhosum 002.9
    • Bacteroides (fragilis) (melaninogenicus) (oralis) NEC 041.82
    • balantidium coli 007.0
    • Bartholin's gland 616.89
    • Basidiobolus 117.7
    • Bedsonia 079.98
      • specified NEC 079.88
    • bile duct 576.1
    • bladder (see also Cystitis) 595.9
    • Blastomyces, blastomycotic 116.0
      • brasiliensis 116.1
      • dermatitidis 116.0
      • European 117.5
      • loboi 116.2
      • North American 116.0
      • South American 116.1
    • bleb
      • postprocedural 379.60
        • stage 1 379.61
        • stage 2 379.62
        • stage 3 379.63
    • blood stream - see also Septicemia
      • catheter-related (CRBSI) 999.31
      • central line-associated (CLABSI) 999.32
      • due to central venous catheter 999.32
    • bone 730.9
      • specified - see Osteomyelitis
    • Bordetella 033.9
      • bronchiseptica 033.8
      • parapertussis 033.1
      • pertussis 033.0
    • Borrelia
      • bergdorfi 088.81
      • vincentii (mouth) (pharynx) (tonsil) 101
    • bovine stomatitis 059.11
    • brain (see also Encephalitis) 323.9
      • late effect - see category 326
      • membranes - (see also Meningitis) 322.9
      • septic 324.0
        • late effect - see category 326
        • meninges (see also Meningitis) 320.9
    • branchial cyst 744.42
    • breast 611.0
      • puerperal, postpartum 675.2
        • with nipple 675.9
          • specified type NEC 675.8
        • nonpurulent 675.2
        • purulent 675.1
    • bronchus (see also Bronchitis) 490
      • fungus NEC 117.9
    • Brucella 023.9
      • abortus 023.1
      • canis 023.3
      • melitensis 023.0
      • mixed 023.8
      • suis 023.2
    • Brugia (Wuchereria) malayi 125.1
    • bursa - see Bursitis
    • buttocks (skin) 686.9
    • Candida (albicans) (tropicalis) (see also Candidiasis) 112.9
      • congenital 771.7
    • Candiru 136.8
    • Capillaria
      • hepatica 128.8
      • philippinensis 127.5
    • cartilage 733.99
    • cat liver fluke 121.0
    • catheter-related bloodstream (CRBSI) 999.31
    • cellulitis - see Cellulitis, by site
    • central line-associated 999.31
      • bloodstream 999.32
    • Cephalosporum falciforme 117.4
    • Cercomonas hominis (intestinal) 007.3
    • cerebrospinal (see also Meningitis) 322.9
      • late effect - see category 326
    • cervical gland 683
    • cervix (see also Cervicitis) 616.0
    • cesarean section wound 674.3
    • Chilomastix (intestinal) 007.8
    • Chlamydia 079.98
      • specified NEC 079.88
    • Cholera (see also Cholera) 001.9
    • chorionic plate 658.8
    • Cladosporium
      • bantianum 117.8
      • carrionii 117.2
      • mansoni 111.1
      • trichoides 117.8
      • wernecki 111.1
    • Clonorchis (sinensis) (liver) 121.1
    • Clostridium (haemolyticum) (novyi) NEC 041.84
      • botulinum 005.1
      • histolyticum (see also Gangrene, gas) 040.0
      • oedematiens (see also Gangrene, gas) 040.0
      • perfringens 041.83
        • due to food 005.2
      • septicum (see also Gangrene, gas) 040.0
      • sordellii (see also Gangrene, gas) 040.0
      • welchii (see also Gangrene, gas) 040.0
        • due to food 005.2
    • Coccidioides (immitis) (see also Coccidioidomycosis) 114.9
    • coccus NEC 041.89
    • colon (see also Enteritis, due to, by organism) 009.0
      • bacillus - see Infection, Escherichia coli
    • colostomy or enterostomy 569.61
    • common duct 576.1
    • complicating pregnancy, childbirth, or puerperium NEC 647.9
      • affecting fetus or newborn 760.2
    • Condiobolus 117.7
    • congenital NEC 771.89
      • Candida albicans 771.7
      • chronic 771.2
      • Cytomegalovirus 771.1
      • hepatitis, viral 771.2
      • herpes simplex 771.2
      • listeriosis 771.2
      • malaria 771.2
      • poliomyelitis 771.2
      • rubella 771.0
      • toxoplasmosis 771.2
      • tuberculosis 771.2
      • urinary (tract) 771.82
      • vaccinia 771.2
    • coronavirus 079.89
      • SARS-associated 079.82
    • corpus luteum (see also Salpingo-oophoritis) 614.2
    • Corynebacterium diphtheriae - see Diphtheria
    • cotia virus 059.8
    • Coxsackie (see also Coxsackie) 079.2
      • endocardium 074.22
      • heart NEC 074.20
      • in diseases classified elsewhere - see category 079
      • meninges 047.0
      • myocardium 074.23
      • pericardium 074.21
      • pharynx 074.0
      • specified disease NEC 074.8
      • unspecified nature or site 079.2
    • Cryptococcus neoformans 117.5
    • Cryptosporidia 007.4
    • Cunninghamella 117.7
    • cyst - see Cyst
    • Cysticercus cellulosae 123.1
    • cystostomy 596.83
    • cytomegalovirus 078.5
      • congenital 771.1
    • dental (pulpal origin) 522.4
    • deuteromycetes 117.4
    • Dicrocoelium dendriticum 121.8
    • Dipetalonema (perstans) 125.4
      • streptocerca 125.6
    • diphtherial - see Diphtheria
    • Diphyllobothrium (adult) (latum) (pacificum) 123.4
      • larval 123.5
    • Diplogonoporus (grandis) 123.8
    • Dipylidium (caninum) 123.8
    • Dirofilaria 125.6
    • dog tapeworm 123.8
    • Dracunculus medinensis 125.7
    • Dreschlera 118
      • hawaiiensis 117.8
    • Ducrey's bacillus (any site) 099.0
    • due to or resulting from
      • central venous catheter (see also Complications, due to, catheter, central venous) 999.31
        • bloodstream 999.32
        • localized 999.33
      • device, implant, or graft (any) (presence of) - see Complications, infection and inflammation, due to (presence of) any device, implant, or graft classified to 996.0-996.5 NEC
      • injection, inoculation, infusion, transfusion, or vaccination (prophylactic) (therapeutic) 999.39
        • blood and blood products
          • acute 999.34
      • injury NEC - see Wound, open, by site, complicated
      • surgery 998.59
    • duodenum 535.6
    • ear - see also Otitis
      • external (see also Otitis, externa) 380.10
      • inner (see also Labyrinthitis) 386.30
      • middle - see Otitis, media
    • Eaton's agent NEC 041.81
    • Eberthella typhosa 002.0
    • Ebola 078.89
    • echinococcosis 122.9
    • Echinococcus (see also Echinococcus) 122.9
    • Echinostoma 121.8
    • ECHO virus 079.1
      • in diseases classified elsewhere - see category 079
      • unspecified nature or site 079.1
    • Ehrlichiosis 082.40
      • chaffeensis 082.41
      • specified type NEC 082.49
    • Endamoeba - see Infection, ameba
    • endocardium (see also Endocarditis) 421.0
    • endocervix (see also Cervicitis) 616.0
    • Entamoeba - see Infection, ameba
    • enteric (see also Enteritis, due to, by organism) 009.0
    • Enterobacter aerogenes NEC 041.85
    • Enterobacter sakazakii 041.85
    • Enterobius vermicularis 127.4
    • enterococcus NEC 041.04
    • enterovirus NEC 079.89
      • central nervous system NEC 048
      • enteritis 008.67
      • meningitis 047.9
    • Entomophthora 117.7
    • Epidermophyton - see Dermatophytosis
    • epidermophytosis - see Dermatophytosis
    • episiotomy 674.3
    • Epstein-Barr virus 075
      • chronic 780.79 [139.8]
    • erysipeloid 027.1
    • Erysipelothrix (insidiosa) (rhusiopathiae) 027.1
    • erythema infectiosum 057.0
    • Escherichia coli (E. coli) 041.49
      • enteritis - see Enteritis, E. coli
      • generalized 038.42
      • intestinal - see Enteritis, E. coli
      • non-Shiga toxin-producing 041.49
      • Shiga toxin-producing (STEC) 041.43
        • with
          • unspecified O group 041.43
        • non-O157 (with known O group) 041.42
        • O157 (with confirmation of Shiga toxin when H antigen is unknown, or is not H7) 041.41
        • O157:H- (nonmotile) with confirmation of Shiga toxin 041.41
        • O157:H7 with or without confirmation of Shiga toxin-production 041.41
        • specified NEC 041.42
    • esophagostomy 530.86
    • ethmoidal (chronic) (sinus) (see also Sinusitis, ethmoidal) 473.2
    • Eubacterium 041.84
    • Eustachian tube (ear) 381.50
      • acute 381.51
      • chronic 381.52
    • exanthema subitum (see also Exanthem subitum) 058.10
    • exit site 999.33
    • external auditory canal (meatus) (see also Otitis, externa) 380.10
    • eye NEC 360.00
    • eyelid 373.9
      • specified NEC 373.8
    • fallopian tube (see also Salpingo-oophoritis) 614.2
    • fascia 728.89
    • Fasciola
      • gigantica 121.3
      • hepatica 121.3
    • Fasciolopsis (buski) 121.4
    • fetus (intra-amniotic) - see Infection, congenital
    • filarial - see Infestation, filarial
    • finger (skin) 686.9
      • abscess (with lymphangitis) 681.00
        • pulp 681.01
      • cellulitis (with lymphangitis) 681.00
      • distal closed space (with lymphangitis) 681.00
      • nail 681.02
        • fungus 110.1
    • fish tapeworm 123.4
      • larval 123.5
    • flagellate, intestinal 007.9
    • fluke - see Infestation, fluke
    • focal
      • teeth (pulpal origin) 522.4
      • tonsils 474.00
        • and adenoids 474.02
    • Fonsecaea
      • compactum 117.2
      • pedrosoi 117.2
    • food (see also Poisoning, food) 005.9
    • foot (skin) 686.9
      • fungus 110.4
    • Francisella tularensis (see also Tularemia) 021.9
    • frontal sinus (chronic) (see also Sinusitis, frontal) 473.1
    • fungus NEC 117.9
      • beard 110.0
      • body 110.5
      • dermatiacious NEC 117.8
      • foot 110.4
      • groin 110.3
      • hand 110.2
      • nail 110.1
      • pathogenic to compromised host only 118
      • perianal (area) 110.3
      • scalp 110.0
      • scrotum 110.8
      • skin 111.9
        • foot 110.4
        • hand 110.2
      • toenails 110.1
      • trachea 117.9
    • Fusarium 118
    • Fusobacterium 041.84
    • gallbladder (see also Cholecystitis, acute) 575.0
    • Gardnerella vaginalis 041.89
    • gas bacillus (see also Gas, gangrene) 040.0
    • gastric (see also Gastritis) 535.5
    • Gastrodiscoides hominis 121.8
    • gastroenteric (see also Enteritis, due to, by organism) 009.0
    • gastrointestinal (see also Enteritis, due to, by organism) 009.0
    • gastrostomy 536.41
    • generalized NEC (see also Septicemia) 038.9
    • genital organ or tract NEC
      • female 614.9
        • with
          • abortion - see Abortion, by type, with sepsis
          • ectopic pregnancy (see also categories 633.0-633.9) 639.0
          • molar pregnancy (see also categories 630-632) 639.0
        • complicating pregnancy 646.6
          • affecting fetus or newborn 760.8
        • following
          • abortion 639.0
          • ectopic or molar pregnancy 639.0
        • puerperal, postpartum, childbirth 670.8
          • minor or localized 646.6
            • affecting fetus or newborn 760.8
      • male 608.4
    • genitourinary tract NEC 599.0
    • Ghon tubercle, primary (see also Tuberculosis) 010.0
    • Giardia lamblia 007.1
    • gingival (chronic) 523.10
      • acute 523.00
      • Vincent's 101
    • glanders 024
    • Glenosporopsis amazonica 116.2
    • Gnathostoma spinigerum 128.1
    • Gongylonema 125.6
    • gonococcal NEC (see also Gonococcus) 098.0
    • gram-negative bacilli NEC 041.85
      • anaerobic 041.84
    • guinea worm 125.7
    • gum (see also Infection, gingival) 523.10
    • Hantavirus 079.81
    • heart 429.89
    • Helicobactor pylori [H. pylori] 041.86
    • helminths NEC 128.9
      • intestinal 127.9
        • mixed (types classifiable to more than one category in 120.0-127.7) 127.8
        • specified type NEC 127.7
      • specified type NEC 128.8
    • Hemophilus influenzae NEC 041.5
      • generalized 038.41
    • Herpes (simplex) (see also Herpes, simplex) 054.9
      • congenital 771.2
      • zoster (see also Herpes, zoster) 053.9
        • eye NEC 053.29
    • Heterophyes heterophyes 121.6
    • Histoplasma (see also Histoplasmosis) 115.90
      • capsulatum (see also Histoplasmosis, American) 115.00
      • duboisii (see also Histoplasmosis, African) 115.10
    • HIV V08
      • with symptoms, symptomatic 042
    • hookworm (see also Ancylostomiasis) 126.9
    • human herpesvirus 6 058.81
    • human herpesvirus 7 058.82
    • human herpesvirus 8 058.89
    • human herpesvirus NEC 058.89
    • human immunodeficiency virus V08
      • with symptoms, symptomatic 042
    • human papillomavirus 079.4
    • hydrocele 603.1
    • hydronephrosis 591
    • Hymenolepis 123.6
    • hypopharynx 478.29
    • inguinal glands 683
      • due to soft chancre 099.0
    • insertion site 999.33
    • intestine, intestinal (see also Enteritis, due to, by organism) 009.0
    • intrauterine (see also Endometritis) 615.9
      • complicating delivery 646.6
    • isospora belli or hominis 007.2
    • Japanese B encephalitis 062.0
    • jaw (bone) (acute) (chronic) (lower) (subacute) (upper) 526.4
    • joint - see Arthritis, infectious or infective
    • Kaposi's sarcoma-associated herpesvirus 058.89
    • kidney (cortex) (hematogenous) 590.9
      • with
        • abortion - see Abortion, by type, with urinary tract infection
        • calculus 592.0
        • ectopic pregnancy (see also categories 633.0-633.9) 639.8
        • molar pregnancy (see also categories 630-632) 639.8
      • complicating pregnancy or puerperium 646.6
        • affecting fetus or newborn 760.1
      • following
        • abortion 639.8
        • ectopic or molar pregnancy 639.8
      • pelvis and ureter 590.3
    • Klebsiella pneumoniae NEC 041.3
    • knee (skin) NEC 686.9
      • joint - see Arthritis, infectious
    • Koch's (see also Tuberculosis, pulmonary) 011.9
    • labia (majora) (minora) (see also Vulvitis) 616.10
    • lacrimal
      • gland (see also Dacryoadenitis) 375.00
      • passages (duct) (sac) (see also Dacryocystitis) 375.30
    • larynx NEC 478.79
    • leg (skin) NEC 686.9
    • Leishmania (see also Leishmaniasis) 085.9
      • braziliensis 085.5
      • donovani 085.0
      • Ethiopica 085.3
      • furunculosa 085.1
      • infantum 085.0
      • Mexicana 085.4
      • tropica (minor) 085.1
        • major 085.2
    • Leptosphaeria senegalensis 117.4
    • leptospira (see also Leptospirosis) 100.9
      • australis 100.89
      • bataviae 100.89
      • pyrogenes 100.89
      • specified type NEC 100.89
    • leptospirochetal NEC (see also Leptospirosis) 100.9
    • Leptothrix - see Actinomycosis
    • Listeria monocytogenes (listeriosis) 027.0
      • congenital 771.2
    • liver fluke - see Infestation, fluke, liver
    • Loa loa 125.2
      • eyelid 125.2 [373.6]
    • Loboa loboi 116.2
    • local, skin (staphylococcal) (streptococcal) NEC 686.9
      • abscess - see Abscess, by site
      • cellulitis - see Cellulitis, by site
      • ulcer (see also Ulcer, skin) 707.9
    • Loefflerella
      • mallei 024
      • whitmori 025
    • lung 518.89
      • atypical Mycobacterium 031.0
        • tuberculous (see also Tuberculosis, pulmonary) 011.9
      • basilar 518.89
      • chronic 518.89
      • fungus NEC 117.9
      • spirochetal 104.8
      • virus - see Pneumonia, virus
    • lymph gland (axillary) (cervical) (inguinal) 683
      • mesenteric 289.2
    • lymphoid tissue, base of tongue or posterior pharynx, NEC 474.00
    • madurella
      • grisea 117.4
      • mycetomii 117.4
    • major
      • with
        • abortion - see Abortion, by type, with sepsis
        • ectopic pregnancy (see also categories 633.0-633.9) 639.0
        • molar pregnancy (see also categories 630-632) 639.0
      • following
        • abortion 639.0
        • ectopic or molar pregnancy 639.0
      • puerperal, postpartum, childbirth 670.0
    • malarial - see Malaria
    • Malassezia furfur 111.0
    • Malleomyces
      • mallei 024
      • pseudomallei 025
    • mammary gland 611.0
      • puerperal, postpartum 675.2
    • Mansonella (ozzardi) 125.5
    • mastoid (suppurative) - see Mastoiditis
    • maxilla, maxillary 526.4
      • sinus (chronic) (see also Sinusitis, maxillary) 473.0
    • mediastinum 519.2
    • medina 125.7
    • meibomian
      • cyst 373.12
      • gland 373.12
    • melioidosis 025
    • meninges (see also Meningitis) 320.9
    • meningococcal (see also condition) 036.9
      • brain 036.1
      • cerebrospinal 036.0
      • endocardium 036.42
      • generalized 036.2
      • meninges 036.0
      • meningococcemia 036.2
      • specified site NEC 036.89
    • mesenteric lymph nodes or glands NEC 289.2
    • Metagonimus 121.5
    • metatarsophalangeal 711.97
    • methicillin
      • resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) 041.12
      • susceptible Staphylococcus aureus (MSSA) 041.11
    • microorganism resistant to drugs - see Resistance (to), drugs by microorganisms
    • Microsporidia 136.8
    • microsporum, microsporic - see Dermatophytosis
    • mima polymorpha NEC 041.85
    • mixed flora NEC 041.89
    • monkeypox 059.01
    • Monilia (see also Candidiasis) 112.9
      • neonatal 771.7
    • Monosporium apiospermum 117.6
    • mouth (focus) NEC 528.9
      • parasitic 136.9
    • MRSA (methicillin resistant Staphylococcus aureus) 041.12
    • MSSA (methicillin susceptible Staphylococcus aureus) 041.11
    • Mucor 117.7
    • muscle NEC 728.89
    • mycelium NEC 117.9
    • mycetoma
      • actinomycotic NEC (see also Actinomycosis) 039.9
      • mycotic NEC 117.4
    • Mycobacterium, mycobacterial (see also Mycobacterium) 031.9
    • Mycoplasma NEC 041.81
    • mycotic NEC 117.9
      • pathogenic to compromised host only 118
      • skin NEC 111.9
      • systemic 117.9
    • myocardium NEC 422.90
    • nail (chronic) (with lymphangitis) 681.9
      • finger 681.02
        • fungus 110.1
      • ingrowing 703.0
      • toe 681.11
        • fungus 110.1
    • nasal sinus (chronic (see also Sinusitis) 473.9
    • nasopharynx (chronic) 478.29
      • acute 460
    • navel 686.9
      • newborn 771.4
    • Neisserian - see Gonococcus
    • Neotestudina rosatii 117.4
    • newborn, generalized 771.89
    • nipple 611.0
      • puerperal, postpartum 675.0
        • with breast 675.9
          • specified type NEC 675.8
    • Nocardia - see Actinomycosis
    • nose 478.19
    • nostril 478.19
    • obstetrical surgical wound 674.3
    • Oesophagostomum (apiostomum) 127.7
    • Oestrus ovis 134.0
    • Oidium albicans (see also Candidiasis) 112.9
    • Onchocerca (volvulus) 125.3
      • eye 125.3 [360.13]
      • eyelid 125.3 [373.6]
    • operation wound 998.59
    • Opisthorchis (felineus) (tenuicollis) (viverrini) 121.0
    • orbit 376.00
      • chronic 376.10
    • orthopoxvirus 059.00
      • specified NEC 059.09
    • ovary (see also Salpingo-oophoritis) 614.2
    • Oxyuris vermicularis 127.4
    • pancreas 577.0
    • Paracoccidioides brasiliensis 116.1
    • Paragonimus (westermani) 121.2
    • parainfluenza virus 079.89
    • parameningococcus NEC 036.9
      • with meningitis 036.0
    • parapoxvirus 059.10
      • specified NEC 059.19
    • parasitic NEC 136.9
    • paratyphoid 002.9
      • type A 002.1
      • type B 002.2
      • type C 002.3
    • paraurethral ducts 597.89
    • parotid gland 527.2
    • Pasteurella NEC 027.2
      • multocida (cat-bite) (dog-bite) 027.2
      • pestis (see also Plague) 020.9
      • pseudotuberculosis 027.2
      • septica (cat-bite) (dog-bite) 027.2
      • tularensis (see also Tularemia) 021.9
    • pelvic, female (see also Disease, pelvis, inflammatory) 614.9
    • penis (glans) (retention) NEC 607.2
      • herpetic 054.13
    • Peptococcus 041.84
    • Peptostreptococcus 041.84
    • periapical (pulpal origin) 522.4
    • peridental 523.30
    • perineal wound (obstetrical) 674.3
    • periodontal 523.31
    • periorbital 376.00
      • chronic 376.10
    • perirectal 569.49
    • perirenal (see also Infection, kidney) 590.9
    • peritoneal (see also Peritonitis) 567.9
    • periureteral 593.89
    • periurethral 597.89
    • Petriellidium boydii 117.6
    • pharynx 478.29
      • Coxsackie virus 074.0
      • phlegmonous 462
      • posterior, lymphoid 474.00
    • Phialophora
      • gougerotii 117.8
      • jeanselmei 117.8
      • verrucosa 117.2
    • Piedraia hortai 111.3
    • pinna, acute 380.11
    • pinta 103.9
      • intermediate 103.1
      • late 103.2
      • mixed 103.3
      • primary 103.0
    • pinworm 127.4
    • pityrosporum furfur 111.0
    • pleuropneumonia-like organisms NEC (PPLO) 041.81
    • pneumococcal NEC 041.2
      • generalized (purulent) 038.2
    • Pneumococcus NEC 041.2
    • port 999.33
    • postoperative wound 998.59
    • posttraumatic NEC 958.3
    • postvaccinal 999.39
    • poxvirus 059.9
      • specified NEC 059.8
    • prepuce NEC 607.1
    • Proprionibacterium 041.84
    • prostate (capsule) (see also Prostatitis) 601.9
    • Proteus (mirabilis) (morganii) (vulgaris) NEC 041.6
      • enteritis 008.3
    • protozoal NEC 136.8
      • intestinal NEC 007.9
    • Pseudomonas NEC 041.7
      • mallei 024
      • pneumonia 482.1
      • pseudomallei 025
    • psittacosis 073.9
    • puerperal, postpartum (major) 670.0
      • minor 646.6
    • pulmonary - see Infection, lung
    • purulent - see Abscess
    • putrid, generalized - see Septicemia
    • pyemic - see Septicemia
    • Pyrenochaeta romeroi 117.4
    • Q fever 083.0
    • rabies 071
    • rectum (sphincter) 569.49
    • renal (see also Infection, kidney) 590.9
      • pelvis and ureter 590.3
    • reservoir 999.33
    • resistant to drugs - see Resistance (to), drugs by microorganisms
    • respiratory 519.8
      • chronic 519.8
      • influenzal (acute) (upper) (see also Influenza) 487.1
      • lung 518.89
      • rhinovirus 460
      • syncytial virus 079.6
      • upper (acute) (infectious) NEC 465.9
        • with flu, grippe, or influenza (see also Influenza) 487.1
        • influenzal (see also Influenza) 487.1
        • multiple sites NEC 465.8
        • streptococcal 034.0
        • viral NEC 465.9
    • respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) 079.6
    • resulting from presence of shunt or other internal prosthetic device - see Complications, infection and inflammation, due to (presence of) any device, implant, or graft classified to 996.0-996.5 NEC
    • retroperitoneal 567.39
    • retrovirus 079.50
      • human immunodeficiency virus type 2 (HIV 2) 079.53
      • human T-cell lymphotrophic virus type I (HTLV-I) 079.51
      • human T-cell lymphotrophic virus type II (HTLV-II) 079.52
      • specified NEC 079.59
    • Rhinocladium 117.1
    • Rhinosporidium (seeberi) 117.0
    • rhinovirus
      • in diseases classified elsewhere - see category 079
      • unspecified nature or site 079.3
    • Rhizopus 117.7
    • rickettsial 083.9
    • rickettsialpox 083.2
    • rubella (see also Rubella) 056.9
      • congenital 771.0
    • Saccharomyces (see also Candidiasis) 112.9
    • Saksenaea 117.7
    • salivary duct or gland (any) 527.2
    • Salmonella (aertrycke) (callinarum) (choleraesuis) (enteritidis) (suipestifer) (typhimurium) 003.9
      • with
        • arthritis 003.23
        • gastroenteritis 003.0
        • localized infection 003.20
          • specified type NEC 003.29
        • meningitis 003.21
        • osteomyelitis 003.24
        • pneumonia 003.22
        • septicemia 003.1
        • specified manifestation NEC 003.8
      • due to food (poisoning) (any serotype) (see also Poisoning, food, due to, Salmonella)
      • hirschfeldii 002.3
      • localized 003.20
        • specified type NEC 003.29
      • paratyphi 002.9
        • A 002.1
        • B 002.2
        • C 002.3
      • schottmuelleri 002.2
      • specified type NEC 003.8
      • typhi 002.0
      • typhosa 002.0
    • saprophytic 136.8
    • Sarcocystis, lindemanni 136.5
    • SARS-associated coronavirus 079.82
    • scabies 133.0
    • Schistosoma - see Infestation, Schistosoma
    • Schmorl's bacillus 040.3
    • scratch or other superficial injury - see Injury, superficial, by site
    • scrotum (acute) NEC 608.4
    • sealpox 059.12
    • secondary, burn or open wound (dislocation) (fracture) 958.3
    • seminal vesicle (see also Vesiculitis) 608.0
    • septic
      • generalized - see Septicemia
      • localized, skin (see also Abscess) 682.9
    • septicemic - see Septicemia
    • seroma 998.51
    • Serratia (marcescens) 041.85
      • generalized 038.44
    • sheep liver fluke 121.3
    • Shigella 004.9
      • boydii 004.2
      • dysenteriae 004.0
      • Flexneri 004.1
      • group
        • A 004.0
        • B 004.1
        • C 004.2
        • D 004.3
      • Schmitz (-Stutzer) 004.0
      • Schmitzii 004.0
      • Shiga 004.0
      • Sonnei 004.3
      • specified type NEC 004.8
    • Sin Nombre virus 079.81
    • sinus (see also Sinusitis) 473.9
      • pilonidal 685.1
        • with abscess 685.0
      • skin NEC 686.9
    • Skene's duct or gland (see also Urethritis) 597.89
    • skin (local) (staphylococcal) (streptococcal) NEC 686.9
      • abscess - see Abscess, by site
      • cellulitis - see Cellulitis, by site
      • due to fungus 111.9
        • specified type NEC 111.8
      • mycotic 111.9
        • specified type NEC 111.8
      • ulcer (see also Ulcer, skin) 707.9
    • slow virus 046.9
      • specified condition NEC 046.8
    • Sparganum (mansoni) (proliferum) 123.5
    • spermatic cord NEC 608.4
    • sphenoidal (chronic) (sinus) (see also Sinusitis, sphenoidal) 473.3
    • Spherophorus necrophorus 040.3
    • spinal cord NEC (see also Encephalitis) 323.9
      • abscess 324.1
        • late effect - see category 326
      • late effect - see category 326
      • meninges - see Meningitis
      • streptococcal 320.2
    • Spirillum
      • minus or minor 026.0
      • morsus muris 026.0
      • obermeieri 087.0
    • spirochetal NEC 104.9
      • lung 104.8
      • specified nature or site NEC 104.8
    • spleen 289.59
    • Sporothrix schenckii 117.1
    • Sporotrichum (schenckii) 117.1
    • Sporozoa 136.8
    • staphylococcal NEC 041.10
      • aureus 041.11
        • methicillin
          • resistant (MRSA) 041.12
          • susceptible MSSA) 041.11
      • food poisoning 005.0
      • generalized (purulent) 038.10
        • aureus 038.11
          • methicillin
            • resistant 038.12
            • susceptible 038.11
        • specified organism NEC 038.19
      • pneumonia 482.40
        • aureus 482.41
          • methicillin
            • resistant (MRSA) 482.42
            • susceptible (MSSA) 482.41
        • MRSA (methicillin resistant staphylococcus aureus) 482.42
        • MSSA (methicillin susceptible staphylococcus aureus) 482.41
        • specified type NEC 482.49
      • septicemia 038.10
        • aureus 038.11
          • methicillin
            • resistant (MRSA) 038.12
            • susceptible (MSSA) 038.11
        • MRSA (methicillin resistant staphylococcus aureus) 038.12
        • MSSA (methicillin susceptible staphylococcus aureus) 038.11
        • specified organism NEC 038.19
      • specified NEC 041.19
    • steatoma 706.2
    • Stellantchasmus falcatus 121.6
    • Streptobacillus moniliformis 026.1
    • streptococcal NEC 041.00
      • generalized (purulent) 038.0
      • group
        • A 041.01
        • B 041.02
        • C 041.03
        • D [enterococcus] 041.04
        • G 041.05
      • pneumonia - see Pneumonia, streptococcal
      • septicemia 038.0
      • sore throat 034.0
      • specified NEC 041.09
    • Streptomyces - see Actinomycosis
    • streptotrichosis - see Actinomycosis
    • Strongyloides (stercoralis) 127.2
    • stump (amputation) (posttraumatic) (surgical) 997.62
      • traumatic - see Amputation, traumatic, by site, complicated
    • subcutaneous tissue, local NEC 686.9
    • submaxillary region 528.9
    • suipestifer (see also Infection, Salmonella) 003.9
    • swimming pool bacillus 031.1
    • syphilitic - see Syphilis
    • systemic - see Septicemia
    • Taenia - see Infestation, Taenia
    • Taeniarhynchus saginatus 123.2
    • tanapox 059.21
    • tapeworm - see Infestation, tapeworm
    • tendon (sheath) 727.89
    • Ternidens diminutus 127.7
    • testis (see also Orchitis) 604.90
    • thigh (skin) 686.9
    • threadworm 127.4
    • throat 478.29
      • pneumococcal 462
      • staphylococcal 462
      • streptococcal 034.0
      • viral NEC (see also Pharyngitis) 462
    • thumb (skin) 686.9
      • abscess (with lymphangitis) 681.00
        • pulp 681.01
      • cellulitis (with lymphangitis) 681.00
      • nail 681.02
    • thyroglossal duct 529.8
    • toe (skin) 686.9
      • abscess (with lymphangitis) 681.10
      • cellulitis (with lymphangitis) 681.10
      • nail 681.11
        • fungus 110.1
    • tongue NEC 529.0
      • parasitic 112.0
    • tonsil (faucial) (lingual) (pharyngeal) 474.00
      • acute or subacute 463
      • and adenoid 474.02
      • tag 474.00
    • tooth, teeth 522.4
      • periapical (pulpal origin) 522.4
      • peridental 523.30
      • periodontal 523.31
      • pulp 522.0
      • socket 526.5
    • TORCH - see Infection, congenital NEC
      • without active infection 760.2
    • Torula histolytica 117.5
    • Toxocara (cani) (cati) (felis) 128.0
    • Toxoplasma gondii (see also Toxoplasmosis) 130.9
    • trachea, chronic 491.8
      • fungus 117.9
    • traumatic NEC 958.3
    • trematode NEC 121.9
    • trench fever 083.1
    • Treponema
      • denticola 041.84
      • macrodenticum 041.84
      • pallidum (see also Syphilis) 097.9
    • Trichinella (spiralis) 124
    • Trichomonas 131.9
      • bladder 131.09
      • cervix 131.09
      • hominis 007.3
      • intestine 007.3
      • prostate 131.03
      • specified site NEC 131.8
      • urethra 131.02
      • urogenitalis 131.00
      • vagina 131.01
      • vulva 131.01
    • Trichophyton, trichophytid - see Dermatophytosis
    • Trichosporon (beigelii) cutaneum 111.2
    • Trichostrongylus 127.6
    • Trichuris (trichiuria) 127.3
    • Trombicula (irritans) 133.8
    • Trypanosoma (see also Trypanosomiasis) 086.9
      • cruzi 086.2
    • tubal (see also Salpingo-oophoritis) 614.2
    • tuberculous NEC (see also Tuberculosis) 011.9
    • tubo-ovarian (see also Salpingo-oophoritis) 614.2
    • tunica vaginalis 608.4
    • tunnel 999.33
    • tympanic membrane - see Myringitis
    • typhoid (abortive) (ambulant) (bacillus) 002.0
    • typhus 081.9
      • flea-borne (endemic) 081.0
      • louse-borne (epidemic) 080
      • mite-borne 081.2
      • recrudescent 081.1
      • tick-borne 082.9
        • African 082.1
        • North Asian 082.2
    • umbilicus (septic) 686.9
      • newborn NEC 771.4
    • ureter 593.89
    • urethra (see also Urethritis) 597.80
    • urinary (tract) NEC 599.0
      • with
        • abortion - see Abortion, by type, with urinary tract infection
        • ectopic pregnancy (see also categories 633.0-633.9) 639.8
        • molar pregnancy (see also categories 630-632) 639.8
      • candidal� 112.2
      • complicating pregnancy, childbirth, or puerperium 646.6
        • affecting fetus or newborn 760.1
        • asymptomatic 646.5
          • affecting fetus or newborn 760.1
      • diplococcal (acute) 098.0
        • chronic 098.2
      • due to Trichomonas (vaginalis) 131.00
      • following
        • abortion 639.8
        • ectopic or molar pregnancy 639.8
      • gonococcal (acute) 098.0
        • chronic or duration of 2 months or over 098.2
      • newborn 771.82
      • trichomonal 131.00
      • tuberculous (see also Tuberculosis) 016.3
    • uterus, uterine (see also Endometritis) 615.9
    • utriculus masculinus NEC 597.89
    • vaccination 999.39
    • vagina (granulation tissue) (wall) (see also Vaginitis) 616.10
    • varicella 052.9
    • varicose veins - see Varicose, veins
    • variola 050.9
      • major 050.0
      • minor 050.1
    • vas deferens NEC 608.4
    • Veillonella 041.84
    • verumontanum 597.89
    • vesical (see also Cystitis) 595.9
    • Vibrio
      • cholerae 001.0
        • El Tor 001.1
      • parahaemolyticus (food poisoning) 005.4
      • vulnificus 041.85
    • Vincent's (gums) (mouth) (tonsil) 101
    • virus, viral 079.99
      • adenovirus
        • in diseases classified elsewhere - see category 079
        • unspecified nature or site 079.0
      • central nervous system NEC 049.9
        • enterovirus 048
          • meningitis 047.9
            • specified type NEC 047.8
        • slow virus 046.9
          • specified condition NEC 046.8
      • chest 519.8
      • conjunctivitis 077.99
        • specified type NEC 077.89
      • coronavirus 079.89
        • SARS-associated 079.82
      • Coxsackie (see also Infection, Coxsackie) 079.2
      • Ebola 065.8
      • ECHO
        • in diseases classified elsewhere - see category 079
        • unspecified nature or site 079.1
      • encephalitis 049.9
        • arthropod-borne NEC 064
        • tick-borne 063.9
          • specified type NEC 063.8
      • enteritis NEC (see also Enteritis, viral) 008.8
      • exanthem NEC 057.9
      • Hantavirus 079.81
      • human papilloma 079.4
      • in diseases classified elsewhere - see category 079
      • intestine (see also Enteritis, viral) 008.8
      • Lung - see Pneumonia, viral
      • respiratory syncytial (RSV) 079.6
      • Retrovirus 079.50
      • rhinovirus
        • in diseases classified elsewhere - see category 079
        • unspecified nature or site 079.3
      • salivary gland disease 078.5
      • slow 046.9
        • specified condition NEC 046.8
      • specified type NEC 079.89
        • in diseases classified elsewhere - see category 079
      • unspecified nature or site 079.99
      • warts 078.10
        • specified NEC 078.19
      • yaba monkey tumor 059.22
    • vulva (see also Vulvitis) 616.10
    • whipworm 127.3
    • Whitmore's bacillus 025
    • wound (local) (posttraumatic) NEC 958.3
      • with
        • dislocation - see Dislocation, by site, open
        • fracture - see Fracture, by site, open
        • open wound - see Wound, open, by site, complicated
      • postoperative 998.59
      • surgical 998.59
    • Wuchereria 125.0
      • bancrofti 125.0
      • malayi 125.1
    • yaba monkey tumor virus 059.22
    • yatapoxvirus 059.20
    • yaws - see Yaws
    • yeast (see also Candidiasis) 112.9
    • yellow fever (see also Fever, yellow) 060.9
    • Yersinia pestis (see also Plague) 020.9
    • Zeis' gland 373.12
    • zoonotic bacterial NEC 027.9
    • Zopfia senegalensis 117.4
  • Infestation 134.9
    • parasite, parasitic NEC 136.9
      • eyelid 134.9 [373.6]
      • intestinal 129
      • mouth 112.0
      • orbit 376.13
      • skin 134.9
      • tongue 112.0
  • Leukoencephalitis
    • acute hemorrhagic (postinfectious) NEC 136.9 [323.61]
      • postimmunization or postvaccinal 323.51
  • Leukoencephalopathy (see also Encephalitis) 323.9
    • acute necrotizing hemorrhagic (postinfectious) 136.9 [323.61]
      • postimmunization or postvaccinal 323.51
  • Meningoencephalomyelitis (see also Meningoencephalitis) 323.9
    • acute NEC 048
      • disseminated (postinfectious) 136.9 [323.61]
        • postimmunization or postvaccination 323.51
  • Myelinoclasis, perivascular, acute (postinfectious) NEC 136.9 [323.61]
    • postimmunization or postvaccinal 323.51
  • Myelitis (ascending) (cerebellar) (childhood) (chronic) (descending) (diffuse) (disseminated) (pressure) (progressive) (spinal cord) (subacute) (see also Encephalitis) 323.9
    • due to
      • other infection classified elsewhere 136.9 [323.42]
    • postinfectious 136.9 [323.63]
  • Parasitic - see also condition
    • disease NEC (see also Infestation, parasitic) 136.9
      • contact V01.89
      • exposure to V01.89
      • intestinal NEC 129
      • skin NEC 134.9
  • Parasitism NEC 136.9
    • intestinal NEC 129
    • skin NEC 134.9
    • specified - see Infestation
  • Peritonitis (acute) (adhesive) (fibrinous) (hemorrhagic) (idiopathic) (localized) (perforative) (primary) (with adhesions) (with effusion) 567.9
    • in infective disease NEC 136.9 [567.0]
  • Pneumonia (acute) (Alpenstich) (benign) (bilateral) (brain) (cerebral) (circumscribed) (congestive) (creeping) (delayed resolution) (double) (epidemic) (fever) (flash) (fulminant) (fungoid) (granulomatous) (hemorrhagic) (incipient) (infantile) (infectious) (infiltration) (insular) (intermittent) (latent) (lobe) (migratory) (newborn) (organized) (overwhelming) (primary) (progressive) (pseudolobar) (purulent) (resolved) (secondary) (senile) (septic) (suppurative) (terminal) (true) (unresolved) (vesicular) 486
    • in
      • infectious disease NEC 136.9 [484.8]
    • postinfectional NEC 136.9 [484.8]

Crosswalk Information

The code 136.9 converts into the following ICD-10 code(s):
ICD-9 Code ICD-10 Code ICD-10 Description
136.9 Right Arrow B89 Unspecified parasitic disease
B99.9 Unspecified infectious disease
This ICD-9 to ICD-10 data is based on the 2015 General Equivalency Mapping (GEM) files published by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) for informational purposes only. The data is not an ICD-10 conversion tool and doesn’t guarantee clinical accuracy.

Similar Codes

No. ICD-9 Code ICD-9 Description
1 136.0 Ainhum
2 136.1 Behcet's syndrome
3 136.21 Specific infection due to acanthamoeba
4 136.29 Other specific infections by free-living amebae
5 136.3 Pneumocystosis
6 136.4 Psorospermiasis
7 136.5 Sarcosporidiosis
8 136.8 Other specified infectious and parasitic diseases

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