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The International Classification of Diseases 10th edition, or ICD-10, is a set of codes used for reporting medical diagnoses and procedures. The transition from ICD-9 to ICD-10 produced a five-fold increase in diagnosis codes, to roughly 69,000 codes.
This topic collection provides an overview of ICD-10 and explains the ICD-10 codes most commonly used in primary care.
Last Update: 06/01/2021
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