Contusion of external genital organs

Labium (majus)(minus)

Penis

Perineum

Scrotum

Testis

Vagina

Vulva

530.7

530.8

530.9

Multiple superficial injuries of abdomen, lower back and pelvis Other superficial injuries of abdomen, lower back and pelvis Superficial injury of abdomen, lower back and pelvis, part unspecified

_ Open wound of abdomen, lower back and pelvis

Excludes: open wound of hip ( S71.0 )

traumatic amputation of part of abdomen, lower back and pelvis ( S38.2-S38.3 )

531.0 Open wound of lower back and pelvis

Buttock

531.1 Open wound of abdominal wall

Flank Groin

531.2 Open wound of penis

531.3 Open wound of scrotum and testes

531.4 Open wound of vagina and vulva

531.5 Open wound of other and unspecified external genital organs Excludes: traumatic amputation of external genital organs ( S38.2 )

531.7 Multiple open wounds of abdomen, lower back and pelvis

531.8 Open wound of other and unspecified parts of abdomen

Fracture of lumbar spine and pelvis

Includes: lumbosacral:

■ spinous process

■ transverse process

■ vertebral arch

The following subdivisions are provided for optional use in a supplementary character position where it is not possible or not desired to use multiple coding to identify fracture and open wound; a fracture not indicated as closed or open should be classified as closed.

0 closed

1 open

Excludes: fracture of hip NOS ( S72.0 )

532.0 Fracture of lumbar vertebra Fracture of lumbar spine

532.1 Fracture of sacrum

532.2 Fracture of coccyx

532.3 Fracture of ilium

532.4 Fracture of acetabulum

532.5 Fracture of pubis

532.7 Multiple fractures of lumbar spine and pelvis

532.8 Fracture of other and unspecified parts of lumbar spine and pelvis

Fracture of:

■ lumbosacral spine NOS

Dislocation, sprain and strain of joints and ligaments of lumbar spine and pelvis

Excludes: dislocation, sprain and strain of joint and ligaments of hip ( S73.- ) obstetric damage to pelvic joints and ligaments ( O71.6 ) rupture or displacement (nontraumatic) of lumbar intervertebral disc ( M51.- )

533.0 Traumatic rupture of lumbar intervertebral disc

533.1 Dislocation of lumbar vertebra Dislocation of lumbar spine NOS

533.2 Dislocation of sacroiliac and sacrococcygeal joint

533.3 Dislocation of other and unspecified parts of lumbar spine and pelvis

533.4 Traumatic rupture of symphysis pubis

533.5 Sprain and strain of lumbar spine

533.6 Sprain and strain of sacroiliac joint

533.7 Sprain and strain of other and unspecified parts of lumbar spine and pelvis

Injury of nerves and lumbar spinal cord at abdomen, lower back and pelvis level

534.0 Concussion and oedema of lumbar spinal cord

534.1 Other injury of lumbar spinal cord

534.2 Injury of nerve root of lumbar and sacral spine

534.3 Injury of cauda equina

534.4 Injury of lumbosacral plexus

534.5 Injury of lumbar, sacral and pelvic sympathetic nerves

Coeliac ganglion or plexus Hypogastric plexus Mesenteric plexus (inferior)(superior) Splanchnic nerve

534.6 Injury of peripheral nerve(s) of abdomen, lower back and pelvis

S34.8 Injury of other and unspecified nerves at abdomen, lower back and pelvis level

Injury of blood vessels at abdomen, lower back and pelvis level Injury of abdominal aorta

535.1 Injury of inferior vena cava

Hepatic vein

535.2 Injury of coeliac or mesenteric artery

Gastric artery Gastroduodenal artery Hepatic artery

Mesenteric artery (inferior)(superior) Splenic artery

535.3 Injury of portal or splenic vein

Mesenteric vein (inferior)(superior)

535.4 Injury of renal blood vessels Renal artery or vein

535.5 Injury of iliac blood vessels

Hypogastric artery or vein Iliac artery or vein Uterine artery or vein

535.7 Injury of multiple blood vessels at abdomen, lower back and pelvis level

535.8 Injury of other blood vessels at abdomen, lower back and pelvis level

Ovarian artery or vein

535.9 Injury of unspecified blood vessel at abdomen, lower back and pelvis level

_ Injury of intra-abdominal organs

The following subdivisions are provided for optional use in a supplementary character position where it is not possible or not desired to use multiple coding:

0 without open wound into cavity

1 with open wound into cavity

536.0 Injury of spleen

536.1 Injury of liver or gallbladder Bile duct

536.2 Injury of pancreas

536.3 Injury of stomach

536.4 Injury of small intestine

536.5 Injury of colon

536.6 Injury of rectum

536.7 Injury of multiple intra-abdominal organs

536.8 Injury of other intra-abdominal organs

Peritoneum Retroperitoneum

S36.9

Injury of unspecified intra-abdominal organ

Injury of urinary and pelvic organs

The following subdivisions are provided for optional use in a supplementary character position where it is not possible or not desired to use multiple coding:

0 without open wound into cavity

1 with open wound into cavity Excludes: peritoneum and retroperitoneum ( S36.8 )

537.0 Injury of kidney

537.1 Injury of ureter

537.2 Injury of bladder

537.3 Injury of urethra

537.4 Injury of ovary

537.5 Injury of fallopian tube

537.6 Injury of uterus

537.7 Injury of multiple pelvic organs

537.8 Injury of other pelvic organs

Adrenal gland Prostate Seminal vesicle Vas deferens

537.9 Injury of unspecified pelvic organ

Crushing injury and traumatic amputation of part of abdomen, lower back and pelvis

538.0 Crushing injury of external genital organs

538.1 Crushing injury of other and unspecified parts of abdomen, lower back and pelvis

538.2 Traumatic amputation of external genital organs

Labium (majus)(minus)

Penis

Scrotum

Testis

Vulva

538.3 Traumatic amputation of other and unspecified parts of abdomen, lower back and pelvis

Excludes: transection of abdomen ( T05.8 )

Other and unspecified injuries of abdomen, lower back and pelvis S39.0 Injury of muscle and tendon of abdomen, lower back and pelvis S39.6 Injury of intra-abdominal organ(s) with pelvic organ(s)

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