ICD-10 Chapter XIX: Injury, Poisoning and Certain Other Consequences of External Causes - S00–T14 – Injury - (S40–S49) Shoulder and Upper Arm

(S40–S49) Shoulder and Upper Arm

  • (S40) Superficial injury of shoulder and upper arm
  • (S41) Open wound of shoulder and upper arm
  • (S42) Fracture of shoulder and upper arm
    • (S42.0) Fracture of clavicle
    • (S42.1) Fracture of scapula
    • (S42.2) Fracture of upper end of humerus
    • (S42.3) Fracture of shaft of humerus
    • (S42.4) Fracture of lower end of humerus
    • (S42.7) Multiple fractures of clavicle, scapula and humerus
    • (S42.8) Fracture of other parts of shoulder and upper arm
    • (S42.9) Fracture of shoulder girdle, part unspecified
  • (S43) Dislocation, sprain and strain of joints and ligaments of shoulder girdle
    • (S43.0) Dislocation of shoulder joint
    • (S43.1) Dislocation of acromioclavicular joint
    • (S43.2) Dislocation of sternoclavicular joint
    • (S43.3) Dislocation of other and unspecified parts of shoulder girdle
    • (S43.4) Sprain and strain of shoulder joint
    • (S43.5) Sprain and strain of acromioclavicular joint
    • (S43.6) Sprain and strain of sternoclavicular joint
    • (S43.7) Sprain and strain of other and unspecified parts of shoulder girdle
  • (S44) Injury of nerves at shoulder and upper arm level
    • (S44.0) Injury of ulnar nerve at upper arm level
    • (S44.1) Injury of median nerve at upper arm level
    • (S44.2) Injury of radial nerve at upper arm level
    • (S44.3) Injury of axillary nerve
    • (S44.4) Injury of musculocutaneous nerve
    • (S44.5) Injury of cutaneous sensory nerve at shoulder and upper arm level
    • (S44.7) Injury of multiple nerves at shoulder and upper arm level
    • (S44.8) Injury of other nerves at shoulder and upper arm level
    • (S44.9) Injury of unspecified nerve at shoulder and upper arm level
  • (S45) Injury of blood vessels at shoulder and upper arm level
  • (S46) Injury of muscle and tendon at shoulder and upper arm level
    • (S46.0) Injury of tendon of the rotator cuff of shoulder
      • Rotator cuff tear
    • (S46.1) Injury of muscle and tendon of long head of biceps
    • (S46.2) Injury of muscle and tendon of other parts of biceps
    • (S46.3) Injury of muscle and tendon of triceps
    • (S46.7) Injury of multiple muscles and tendons at shoulder and upper arm level
    • (S46.8) Injury of other muscles and tendons at shoulder and upper arm level
    • (S46.9) Injury of unspecified muscle and tendon at shoulder and upper arm level
  • (S47) Crushing injury of shoulder and upper arm
  • (S48) Traumatic amputation of shoulder and upper arm
  • (S49) Other and unspecified injuries of shoulder and upper arm

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