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356.9 IDIO PERIPH NEURPTHY NOS


Code Information

Diagnosis Code: 356.9

Short Description: Idio periph neurpthy NOS

Long Description: Unspecified hereditary and idiopathic peripheral neuropathy

Code Classification:

  • Diseases of the nervous system (320–359)
    • Disorders of the peripheral nervous system (350-359)
      • 356 Hereditary and idiopathic peripheral neuropathy
        • 356.9 Idio periph neurpthy NOS

Code Version: 2015 ICD-9-CM


References to Index of Diseases and Injuries

The code 356.9 has the following ICD-9-CM references to the Index of Diseases and Injuries
  • Disease, diseased - see also Syndrome
    • peripheral
      • nerve NEC (see also Neuropathy) 356.9
        • multiple - see Polyneuropathy
  • Neuritis (see also Neuralgia) 729.2
    • interstitial hypertrophic progressive NEC 356.9
    • multiple (acute) (infective) 356.9
      • endemic 265.0 [357.4]
    • progressive hypertrophic interstitial NEC 356.9
  • Neuropathy, neuropathic (see also Disorder, nerve) 355.9
    • hereditary 356.9
      • peripheral 356.0
      • sensory (radicular) 356.2
    • hypertrophic
      • interstitial 356.9
    • multiple (acute) (chronic) (see also Polyneuropathy) 356.9
    • peripheral (nerve) (see also Polyneuropathy) 356.9
      • arm NEC 354.9
      • autonomic 337.9
        • amyloid 277.39 [337.1]
        • idiopathic 337.00
        • in
          • amyloidosis 277.39 [337.1]
          • diabetes (mellitus) 250.6 [337.1]
            • due to secondary diabetes 249.6 [337.1]
          • diseases classified elsewhere 337.1
          • gout 274.89 [337.1]
          • hyperthyroidism 242.9 [337.1]
      • due to
        • antitetanus serum 357.6
        • arsenic 357.7
        • drugs 357.6
        • lead 357.7
        • organophosphate compounds 357.7
        • toxic agent NEC 357.7
      • hereditary 356.0
      • idiopathic 356.9
        • progressive 356.4
        • specified type NEC 356.8
      • in diseases classified elsewhere - see Polyneuropathy, in
      • leg NEC 355.8
      • lower extremity NEC 355.8
      • upper extremity NEC 354.9
    • progressive
      • hypertrophic interstitial 356.9
  • Neurophthisis - see also Disorder, nerve
    • peripheral 356.9
  • Paralysis, paralytic (complete) (incomplete) 344.9
    • atrophic 356.9
      • infantile, acute (see also Poliomyelitis, with paralysis) 045.1
      • muscle NEC 355.9
      • progressive 335.21
      • spinal (acute) (see also Poliomyelitis, with paralysis) 045.1
  • Paresis (see also Paralysis) 344.9
    • peripheral progressive 356.9
  • Polyneuritis, polyneuritic (see also Polyneuropathy) 356.9
    • alcoholic 357.5
      • with psychosis 291.1
    • cranialis 352.6
    • demyelinating, chronic inflammatory (CIDP) 357.81
    • diabetic 250.6 [357.2]
      • due to secondary diabetes 249.6 [357.2]
    • due to lack of vitamin NEC 269.2 [357.4]
    • endemic 265.0 [357.4]
    • erythredema 985.0
    • febrile 357.0
    • hereditary ataxic 356.3
    • idiopathic, acute 357.0
    • infective (acute) 357.0
    • nutritional 269.9 [357.4]
    • postinfectious 357.0
  • Polyneuropathy (peripheral) 356.9
    • alcoholic 357.5
    • amyloid 277.39 [357.4]
    • arsenical 357.7
    • critical illness 357.82
    • demyelinating, chronic inflammatory (CIDP) 357.81
    • diabetic 250.6 [357.2]
      • due to secondary diabetes 249.6 [357.2]
    • due to
      • antitetanus serum 357.6
      • arsenic 357.7
      • drug or medicinal substance 357.6
        • correct substance properly administered 357.6
        • overdose or wrong substance given or taken 977.9
          • specified drug - see Table of Drugs and Chemicals
      • lack of vitamin NEC 269.2 [357.4]
      • lead 357.7
      • organophosphate compounds 357.7
      • pellagra 265.2 [357.4]
      • porphyria 277.1 [357.4]
      • serum 357.6
      • toxic agent NEC 357.7
    • hereditary 356.0
    • idiopathic 356.9
      • progressive 356.4
    • in
      • amyloidosis 277.39 [357.4]
      • avitaminosis 269.2 [357.4]
        • specified NEC 269.1 [357.4]
      • beriberi 265.0 [357.4]
      • collagen vascular disease NEC 710.9 [357.1]
      • deficiency
        • B-complex NEC 266.2 [357.4]
        • vitamin B 266.9 [357.4]
        • vitamin B6�266.1 [357.4]
      • diabetes 250.6 [357.2]
        • due to secondary diabetes 249.6 [357.2]
      • diphtheria (see also Diphtheria) 032.89 [357.4]
      • disseminated lupus erythematosus 710.0 [357.1]
      • herpes zoster 053.13
      • hypoglycemia 251.2 [357.4]
      • malignant neoplasm (M8000/3) NEC 199.1 [357.3]
      • mumps 072.72
      • pellagra 265.2 [357.4]
      • polyarteritis nodosa 446.0 [357.1]
      • porphyria 277.1 [357.4]
      • rheumatoid arthritis 714.0 [357.1]
      • sarcoidosis 135 [357.4]
      • uremia 585.9 [357.4]
    • lead 357.7
    • nutritional 269.9 [357.4]
      • specified NEC 269.8 [357.4]
    • postherpetic 053.13
    • progressive 356.4
    • sensory (hereditary) 356.2
    • specified NEC 356.8
  • Trophoneurosis NEC 356.9
    • arm NEC 354.9
    • disseminated 710.1
    • facial 349.89
    • leg NEC 355.8
    • lower extremity NEC 355.8
    • upper extremity NEC 354.9

Crosswalk Information

The code 356.9 converts into the following ICD-10 code(s):
ICD-9 Code ICD-10 Code ICD-10 Description
356.9 Right Arrow G60.9 Hereditary and idiopathic neuropathy, unspecified
This ICD-9 to ICD-10 data is based on the 2018 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

ICD-9 Code ICD-9 Description
356.0 Hereditary peripheral neuropathy
356.1 Peroneal muscular atrophy
356.2 Hereditary sensory neuropathy
356.3 Refsum's disease
356.4 Idiopathic progressive polyneuropathy
356.8 Other specified idiopathic peripheral neuropathy


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