ICD-10 Chapter XVIII: Symptoms, Signs and Abnormal Clinical and Laboratory Findings - R00–R69 – Symptoms and Signs - (R50–R69) General Symptoms and Signs

(R50–R69) General Symptoms and Signs

  • (R50) Fever of unknown origin
    • (R50.0) Fever with chills
    • (R50.1) Persistent fever
    • (R50.9) Fever, unspecified
  • (R51) Headache
  • (R52) Pain, not elsewhere classified
    • (R52.0) Acute pain
    • (R52.1) Chronic intractable pain
    • (R52.2) Other chronic pain
    • (R52.9) Pain, unspecified
  • (R53) Malaise and fatigue
    • Asthenia NOS
    • Debility NOS
    • General physical deterioration
    • Lethargy
    • Tiredness
  • (R54) Senility
  • (R55) Syncope and collapse
  • (R56) Convulsions, not elsewhere classified
    • (R56.0) Febrile convulsions
    • (R56.8) Other and unspecified convulsions
      • Fit NOS
      • Seizure (convulsive) NOS
  • (R57) Shock, not elsewhere classified
    • (R57.0) Cardiogenic shock
    • (R57.1) Hypovolaemic shock
    • (R57.8) Other shock
    • (R57.9) Shock, unspecified
  • (R58) Haemorrhage, not elsewhere classified
  • (R59) Enlarged lymph nodes
    • (R59.0) Localized enlarged lymph nodes
    • (R59.1) Generalized enlarged lymph nodes
      • Lymphadenopathy NOS
  • (R60) Oedema, not elsewhere classified
    • (R60.0) Localized oedema
      • Peripheral edema
    • (R60.1) Generalized oedema
    • (R60.9) Oedema, unspecified
  • (R61) Hyperhidrosis
    • (R61.0) Localized hyperhidrosis
    • (R61.1) Generalized hyperhidrosis
    • (R61.9) Hyperhidrosis, unspecified
      • Night sweats
  • (R62) Lack of expected normal physiological development
    • (R62.0) Delayed milestone
    • (R62.8) Other lack of expected normal physiological development
      • Failure to gain weight
      • Failure to thrive
      • Infantilism NOS
      • Lack of growth
      • Physical retardation
    • (R62.9) Lack of expected normal physiological development, unspecified
  • (R63) Symptoms and signs concerning food and fluid intake
    • (R63.0) Anorexia
    • (R63.1) Polydipsia
    • (R63.2) Polyphagia
    • (R63.3) Feeding difficulties and mismanagement
    • (R63.4) Abnormal weight loss
    • (R63.5) Abnormal weight gain
    • (R63.8) Other symptoms and signs concerning food and fluid intake
  • (R64) Cachexia
  • (R68) Other general symptoms and signs
    • (R68.0) Hypothermia, not associated with low environmental temperature
    • (R68.1) Nonspecific symptoms peculiar to infancy
    • (R68.2) Dry mouth, unspecified
    • (R68.3) Clubbing of fingers
    • (R68.8) Other specified general symptoms and signs
  • (R69) Unknown and unspecified causes of morbidity

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