Diseases of the skin and subcutaneous tissue L00L99

Disorders of skin appendages (L60-L75)

Excludes: congenital malformations of integument ( Q84.- )

Nail disorders Excludes: clubbing of nails ( R68.3 )

onychia and paronychia ( L03.0 )

L60.0 Ingrowing nail

L60.1 Onycholysis

L60.2 Onychogryphosis

L60.3 Nail dystrophy

L60.4 Beau's lines

L60.5 Yellow nail syndrome

L60.8 Other nail disorders

L60.9 Nail disorder, unspecified


Nail disorders in diseases classified elsewhere L62.0* Clubbed nail pachydermoperiostosis ( M89.4+ ) L62.8* Nail disorders in other diseases classified elsewhere

_I Alopecia areata

L63.0 Alopecia (capitis) totalis

L63.1 Alopecia universalis

L63.2 Ophiasis

L63.8 Other alopecia areata

L63.9 Alopecia areata, unspecified

Androgenic alopecia Includes: male-pattern baldness Drug-induced androgenic alopecia

Use additional external cause code (Chapter XX), if desired, to identify drug. Other androgenic alopecia Androgenic alopecia, unspecified

_ Other nonscarring hair loss

Use additional external cause code (Chapter XX), if desired, to identify drug, if drug-induced.

Excludes: trichotillomania ( F63.3 ) L65.0 Telogen effluvium L65.1 Anagen effluvium L65.2 Alopecia mucinosa L65.8 Other specified nonscarring hair loss L65.9 Nonscarring hair loss, unspecified Alopecia NOS

__Cicatricial alopecia [scarring hair loss]

L66.0 Pseudopelade

L66.1 Lichen planopilaris

Follicular lichen planus

L66.2 Folliculitis decalvans

L66.3 Perifolliculitis capitis abscedens

L66.4 Folliculitis ulerythematosa reticulata

L66.8 Other cicatricial alopecia

L66.9 Cicatricial alopecia, unspecified

Hair colour and hair shaft abnormalities Excludes: monilethrix ( Q84.1 ) pili annulati ( Q84.1 ) telogen effluvium ( L65.0 )

L67.0 Trichorrhexis nodosa L67.1 Variations in hair colour


Greyness, hair (premature) Heterochromia of hair Poliosis:

■ circumscripta, acquired

L67.8 Other hair colour and hair shaft abnormalities

Fragilitas crinium L67.9 Hair colour and hair shaft abnormality, unspecified

_ Hypertrichosis

Includes: excess hair

Excludes: congenital hypertrichosis ( Q84.2 ) persistent lanugo ( Q84.2 )

L68.0 Hirsutism

Use additional external cause code (Chapter XX), if desired, to identify drug, if drug-induced.

L68.1 Acquired hypertrichosis lanuginosa

Use additional external cause code (Chapter XX), if desired, to identify drug, if drug-induced.

L68.2 Localized hypertrichosis

L68.3 Polytrichia

L68.8 Other hypertrichosis

L68.9 Hypertrichosis, unspecified


Excludes: acne keloid ( L73.0 ) L70.0 Acne vulgaris L70.1 Acne conglobata L70.2 Acne varioliformis

Acne necrotica miliaris L70.3 Acne tropica L70.4 Infantile acne L70.5 Acné excoriée des jeunes filles L70.8 Other acne L70.9 Acne, unspecified


L71.0 Perioral dermatitis

Use additional external cause code (Chapter XX), if desired, to identify drug, if drug-induced.

L71.1 Rhinophyma

L71.8 Other rosacea

L71.9 Rosacea, unspecified

Follicular cysts of skin and subcutaneous tissue

Epidermal cyst

Trichilemmal cyst

Pilar cyst Sebaceous cyst

L72.2 L72.8 L72.9

Steatocystoma multiplex

Other follicular cysts of skin and subcutaneous tissue Follicular cyst of skin and subcutaneous tissue, unspecified

Other follicular disorders L73.0 Acne keloid L73.1 Pseudofolliculitis barbae L73.2 Hidradenitis suppurativa L73.8 Other specified follicular disorders

Sycosis barbae L73.9 Follicular disorder, unspecified

Eccrine sweat disorders Excludes: hyperhidrosis ( R61.- ) L74.0 Miliaria rubra L74.1 Miliaria crystallina L74.2 Miliaria profunda

Miliaria tropicalis L74.3 Miliaria, unspecified L74.4 Anhidrosis Hypohidrosis L74.8 Other eccrine sweat disorders L74.9 Eccrine sweat disorder, unspecified Sweat gland disorder NOS

_ Apocrine sweat disorders

Excludes: dyshidrosis [pompholyx] ( L30.1 ) hidradenitis suppurativa ( L73.2 )

L75.0 Bromhidrosis L75.1 Chromhidrosis L75.2 Apocrine miliaria

Fox-Fordyce disease L75.8 Other apocrine sweat disorders L75.9 Apocrine sweat disorder, unspecified

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