Specific code 2010 ICD-9-CM Diagnosis Code 307.9
Other and unspecified special symptoms or syndromes not elsewhere classified
  • Short description: Special symptom NEC/NOS.
  • ICD-9-CM 307.9 will be replaced by an equivalent ICD-10-CM code (or codes) when the United States transitions from ICD-9-CM to ICD-10-CM on October 1, 2015.
  • ICD-9-CM 307.9 is a billable medical code that can be used to specify a diagnosis on a reimbursement claim.
  • You are viewing the 2010 version of ICD-9-CM 307.9.
  • More recent version(s) of ICD-9-CM 307.9: 2011 2012 2013 2014.
Disease Synonyms
  • Abnormal affect
  • Abnormal craving for drugs
  • Actions not completed
  • Adult habitual masturbation
  • Agitated wandering
  • Agitation
  • Aimless overactivity
  • Alternately sitting and standing
  • Ambulatory automatism
  • Arms not swung when walking
  • Attachment avoidant
  • Automanipulatory vulvoclitoral habituation
  • Auto-masturbation
  • Bad trips
  • Behavior showing reduced motor activity
  • Biting own fingers
  • Biting own toes
  • Bizarre dreams
  • Callosity due to biting and/or chewing
  • Catatonic reaction
  • Chewing hair
  • Communication disorder
  • Communication disorder, nonorganic
  • Communication disorder, psychogenic
  • Complex mannerisms - behavior
  • Compulsive drug taking
  • Compulsive uncontrollable drug taking
  • Conscientious
  • Demoralization
  • Denial - mental defense mechanism
  • Digit sucking
  • Disorientated in place
  • Disorientation as to self
  • Disorientation for person
  • Dyskinesia, psychogenic
  • Dysphoric mood
  • Excessive chewing
  • Excessive craving for drugs
  • Excessive masturbation
  • Excessive spitting
  • Eye poking
  • Feeling agitated
  • Feeling hatred
  • Fidgeting
  • Finger-flicking
  • Flashbacks have stopped
  • Foreign body chewing
  • Gesticulation
  • Habit
  • Habitual finger biting
  • Habitual hair twisting
  • Habitual hand biting
  • Habitual nocturnal eating of own hair
  • Habitual pulling own hair
  • Hand sucking
  • High-pitched crowing
  • Impaired psychomotor development
  • Implement sucking
  • Inappropriate elimination
  • Inappropriate movement of face
  • Incomplete masturbation
  • Insecure attachment
  • Insecure avoidant attachment
  • Inserting foreign bodies into own orifices
  • Juvenile masturbation
  • Lisping
  • Loss of interest in previously enjoyable activity
  • Markedly diminished pleasure
  • Masturbation
  • Mentally dull
  • Misery and unhappiness reaction of childhood
  • Mutual masturbation
  • Nail biting
  • Nail dystrophy due to nail picking
  • Nipping self
  • Non-organic communication disorder
  • Nose-picking
  • On examination - agitated
  • On examination - fearful mood
  • On examination - impulsive behavior
  • On examination - irreverent behavior
  • On examination - irritable
  • On examination - suspicious
  • Onychotillomania
  • Pacing up and down
  • Pen sucking
  • Physical aggression
  • Poking fingers into wound
  • Powerlessness, moderate
  • Pseudomasturbation
  • Psychogenic dyskinesia
  • Public masturbation
  • Pulling out sutures
  • Pulling own teeth out
  • Rambling speech
  • Reinforced aggression
  • Removing own nails
  • Repetitive finger tapping
  • Repetitive flapping movements
  • Repetitive flicking movements
  • Repetitive hand wringing
  • Repetitive spinning movements
  • Repetitive tail chasing
  • Repetitive tapping movements
  • Restlessness and agitation
  • Scalp rubbing
  • Screws up eyes
  • Screws up face
  • Self-asphyxiation during masturbation
  • Sexual harassment
  • Shooting self
  • Slapping self
  • Sleep state misperception
  • Squirming
  • Stillness
  • Structure of associations
  • Substance misuse behavior
  • Substance misuse decreased
  • Substance misuse increased
  • Thumb sucking
  • Tongue chewing
  • Tongue sucking
  • Tongue sucking or chewing
  • Twirling
  • Unpleasant dreams
  • Vocal abuse in children
Applies To
  • Communication disorder NOS
  • Hair plucking
  • Lalling
  • Lisping
  • Masturbation
  • Nail-biting
  • Thumb-sucking
Convert to ICD-10-CM: 307.9 converts approximately to:
  • 2014 ICD-10-CM F63.3 Trichotillomania
    Or:
  • 2014 ICD-10-CM R45.1 Restlessness and agitation
ICD-9-CM Volume 2 Index entries containing back-references to 307.9:
  • Abasia (-astasia) 307.9
    • paroxysmal trepidant 781.3
  • Agitation 307.9
    • catatonic (see also Schizophrenia) 295.2
  • Anton (-Babinski) syndrome (hemiasomatognosia) 307.9
  • Astasia (-abasia) 307.9
  • Ataxia, ataxy, ataxic 781.3
    • nonorganic origin 307.9
    • psychogenic 307.9
  • Biting
    • nail 307.9
  • Blocq's disease or syndrome (astasia-abasia) 307.9
  • Compulsion, compulsive
    • water drinking NEC (syndrome) 307.9
  • Disease, diseased - see also Syndrome
    • Blocq's (astasia-abasia) 307.9
  • Disorder - see also Disease
    • communication 307.9
    • psychomotor NEC 307.9
    • speech NEC 784.59
      • nonorganic origin 307.9
  • Disturbance - see also Disease
    • habit, child 307.9
    • psychomotor 307.9
  • Dysbasia 719.7
    • nonorganic origin 307.9
    • psychogenic 307.9
  • Dyskinesia 781.3
    • nonorganic origin 307.9
    • psychogenic 307.9
  • Habit, habituation
    • chorea 307.22
      • disturbance, child 307.9
  • Hair - see also condition
    • plucking 307.9
  • Hemiasomatognosia 307.9
  • Idioglossia 307.9
  • Impediment, speech NEC 784.59
    • psychogenic 307.9
  • Lalling 307.9
  • Lisping 307.9
  • Masturbation 307.9
  • Megalomania 307.9
  • Nail - see also condition
    • biting 307.9
  • Onanism 307.9
  • Onychophagy 307.9
  • Problem (with) V49.9
    • nail biting, child 307.9
    • thumb sucking, child 307.9
  • Retardation
    • psychomotor NEC 307.9
  • Speech
    • defect, disorder, disturbance, impediment NEC 784.59
      • psychogenic 307.9
  • State
    • agitated 307.9
      • acute reaction to stress 308.2
  • Sucking thumb, child 307.9
  • Syndrome - see also Disease
    • Anton (-Babinski) (hemiasomatognosia) 307.9
    • denial visual hallucination 307.9
  • Thumb - see also condition
    • sucking (child problem) 307.9
  • Walking
    • difficulty 719.7
      • psychogenic 307.9
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