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  1. Default history of alcohol abuse - does anyone know
    Medical Coding Books
    hello,
    does anyone know what is the ICD-10 code for personal history of alcohol abuse?
    thank you,
    benka

  2. Default Personal History of alcohol abuse
    I don't have the code in front of me but it codes out to other specified personal history if you follow the pathway on encoder.

  3. Default
    Hello

    i will use Z86.59 Personal history of other mental and behavioral disorders

    Abhishek Rane
    CPC

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    Default history of alcohol abuse
    There is no specific code for History ( Z CODE) for Alchol abuse but still we can use Z86.59 .
    Below are some synonyms we can use Z86.59 for other conditions too.

    Approximate Synonyms
    • Antidepressant abuse, in remission
    • Bipolar 1 disorder, single manic episode, in remission
    • Bipolar 1 disorder, single manic episode, severe
    • Bipolar 1 disorder, single manic episode, severe, in remission
    • Bipolar 2 disorder, severe, major depressive episode
    • Bipolar 2 disorder, severe, major depressive episode in remission
    • Bipolar disorder
    • Bipolar I disorder, single manic episode, in remission
    • Cannabis abuse early full remission
    • Cannabis abuse early partial remission
    • Cannabis abuse in remission
    • Cannabis abuse sustained full remission
    • H/O: anorexia nervosa
    • H/O: depression
    • H/O: psychiatric disorder
    • H/O: schizophrenia
    • History of - anorexia nervosa (situation)
    • History of - depression (situation)
    • History of - schizophrenia (situation)
    • History of alcohol abuse
    • History of alcohol abuse (situation)
    • History of amphetamine abuse
    • History of amphetamine abuse (situation)
    • History of anorexia nervosa
    • History of anxiolytic abuse
    • History of anxiolytic abuse (situation)
    • History of bulemia nervosa
    • History of bulemia nervosa (situation)
    • History of bulimia nervosa
    • History of cannabis abuse
    • History of cannabis abuse (situation)
    • History of cocaine abuse
    • History of cocaine abuse (situation)
    • History of depression
    • History of drug abuse
    • History of drug abuse (situation)
    • History of eating disorder
    • History of hallucinogen abuse
    • History of hallucinogen abuse (situation)
    • History of heroin abuse
    • History of heroine abuse
    • History of heroine abuse (situation)
    • History of laxative abuse
    • History of laxative abuse (situation)
    • History of mental disorder
    • History of mood disorder
    • History of mood disorder (situation)
    • History of neurosis
    • History of opioid abuse
    • History of opioid abuse (situation)
    • History of post traumatic stress disorder
    • History of post-traumatic stress disorder
    • History of post-traumatic stress disorder (situation)
    • History of psychiatric disorder (situation)
    • History of schizophrenia
    • History of sedative hypnotic abuse
    • History of sedative hypnotic abuse (situation)
    • HX of alcohol abuse
    • HX of amphetamine abuse
    • Hx of anorexia nervosa
    • HX of anxiolytic abuse
    • Hx of bulimia nervosa
    • HX of cannabis abuse
    • HX of cocaine abuse
    • Hx of depression
    • HX of drug abuse
    • Hx of eating disorder
    • HX of hallucinogen abuse
    • HX of heroin abuse
    • HX of laxative abuse
    • Hx of mental disorder
    • Hx of mood disorder
    • Hx of neurosis
    • HX of opioid abuse
    • HX of post traumatic stress disorder
    • HX of schizophrenia
    • HX of sedative hypnotic abuse
    • Non-dependent antidepressant type drug abuse in remission
    • Non-dependent cannabis abuse in early full remission
    • Non-dependent cannabis abuse in early partial remission
    • Non-dependent cannabis abuse in remission
    • Non-dependent cannabis abuse in sustained full remission
    • Personal history of drug abuse
    • Personal history of eating disorder
    • Personal history of eating disorder (situation)
    • Personal history of neurosis
    • Personal history of neurosis (situation)
    • Severe bipolar I disorder, single manic episode, in remission
    • Severe bipolar II disorder, most recent episode major depressive, in remission

    Regards
    Dr.Ramnath Bandaru, CCS, CPC
    American Medical Services LLC
    http://amshealth.com/
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    Default Alcohol/drug dependence in partial remission - ICD-10
    Is this coded to alcohol or drug dependence in remission Thanks.
    Carrie Ulintz

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