Specific code 2010 ICD-9-CM Diagnosis Code 344.89
Other specified paralytic syndrome
  • Short description: Oth spcf paralytic synd.
  • ICD-9-CM 344.89 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 344.89 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 344.89.
  • More recent version(s) of ICD-9-CM 344.89: 2011 2012 2013 2014.
Disease Synonyms
  • Benedikt's syndrome
  • Brown sequard syndrome
  • Brown-Séquard syndrome (disorder)
  • Brown-SÈquard syndrome at C1 level
  • Brown-SÈquard syndrome at C2 level
  • Brown-SÈquard syndrome at C3 level
  • Brown-SÈquard syndrome at C4 level
  • Brown-SÈquard syndrome at C5 level
  • Brown-SÈquard syndrome at C6 level
  • Brown-SÈquard syndrome at C7 level
  • Brown-SÈquard syndrome at C8 level
  • Cerebral paralysis with homolateral ataxia
  • Cerebral paresis with homolateral ataxia
  • Cervical spinal cord injury with brown sequard syndrome
  • Cervical spinal cord injury, brown sequard syndrome
  • Chorea, posthemiplegic
  • Complete bilateral paresis
  • Complete unilateral paralysis
  • Cyclic oculomotor paralysis
  • Drummers' palsy
  • Flaccid paralysis
  • Foville syndrome
  • Foville's syndrome I
  • Foville's syndrome II
  • Foville-Wilson syndrome
  • Klippel-Trenaunay-Weber syndrome
  • Lethal neonatal spasticity
  • Motor level spinal paralysis
  • Motor level spinal weakness
  • Organophosphate induced paralysis Type II
  • Paralysis, postseizure
  • Paralytic syndromes
  • Partial bilateral paresis
  • Post-hemiplegic chorea
  • Spastic cerebral palsy
  • Spinal cord injury C1 level, brown sequard syndrome
  • Spinal cord injury C2 level, brown sequard syndrome
  • Spinal cord injury C3 level, brown sequard syndrome
  • Spinal cord injury C4 level, brown sequard syndrome
  • Spinal cord injury C5 level, brown sequard syndrome
  • Spinal cord injury C6 level, brown sequard syndrome
  • Spinal cord injury C7 level, brown sequard syndrome
  • Spinal cord injury C8 level, brown sequard syndrome
  • Spinal cord injury of T1 level with Brown Sequard syndrome
  • Spinal cord injury of T2-T6 level with Brown Sequard syndrome
  • Spinal cord injury T1 level, brown sequard syndrome
  • Spinal cord injury T11-T12 level, brown sequard syndrome
  • Spinal cord injury T2-T6 level, brown sequard syndrome
  • Spinal cord injury T7-T10 level, brown sequard syndrome
  • Spinal cord lesion of T11-T12 level with Brown Sequard syndrome
  • Spinal cord lesion of T7-T10 level with Brown Sequard syndrome
  • Spinal hemiplegia
  • Tegmental syndrome
  • Tegmentum syndrome
  • Thoracic spinal cord injury, brown sequard syndrome
  • Thoracic spinal cord lesion with Brown Sequard syndrome
  • Todd's paresis
  • Triparesis
  • Triplegia
  • Weber Gubler syndrome
  • Weber-Gubler syndrome
Convert to ICD-10-CM: 344.89 converts approximately to:
  • 2014 ICD-10-CM G83.81 Brown-Séquard syndrome
    Or:
  • 2014 ICD-10-CM G83.84 Todd's paralysis (postepileptic)
    Or:
  • 2014 ICD-10-CM G83.89 Other specified paralytic syndromes
ICD-9-CM Volume 2 Index entries containing back-references to 344.89:
  • Avellis' syndrome 344.89
  • Babinski-Nageotte syndrome 344.89
  • Benedikt's syndrome (paralysis) 344.89
  • Brown-Séquard's paralysis (syndrome) 344.89
  • Céstan's syndrome 344.89
  • Céstan-Chenais paralysis 344.89
  • Chorea (gravis) (minor) (spasmodic) 333.5
    • posthemiplegic 344.89
  • Disease, diseased - see also Syndrome
    • Brown-Séquard 344.89
  • Foville's syndrome 344.89
  • Gubler (-Millard) paralysis or syndrome 344.89
  • Hemiplegia 342.9
    • alternans facialis 344.89
    • ascending (spinal) NEC 344.89
    • middle alternating NEC 344.89
  • Jackson's
    • paralysis or syndrome 344.89
  • Millard-Gubler paralysis or syndrome 344.89
  • Millard-Gubler-Foville paralysis 344.89
  • Palsy (see also Paralysis) 344.9
    • brain - see also Palsy, cerebral
      • noncongenital or noninfantile 344.89
        • late effect - see Late effect(s) (of) cerebrovascular disease
      • syphilitic 094.89
    • bulbar (chronic) (progressive) 335.22
      • pseudo NEC 335.23
      • supranuclear NEC 344.89
    • cerebral (congenital) (infantile) (spastic) 343.9
      • athetoid 333.71
      • diplegic 343.0
        • late effect - see Late effect(s) (of) cerebrovascular disease
      • hemiplegic 343.1
      • monoplegic 343.3
      • noncongenital or noninfantile 437.8
        • late effect - see Late effect(s) (of) cerebrovascular disease
      • paraplegic 343.0
      • quadriplegic 343.2
      • spastic, not congenital or infantile 344.89
      • syphilitic 094.89
      • tetraplegic 343.2
  • Paralysis, paralytic (complete) (incomplete) 344.9
    • alternating 344.89
      • oculomotor 344.89
    • associated, nuclear 344.89
    • Babinski-Nageotte's 344.89
    • Benedikt's 344.89
    • brain
      • congenital - see Palsy, cerebral
      • current episode 437.8
      • diplegia 344.2
        • late effect - see Late effect(s) (of) cerebrovascular disease
      • hemiplegia 342.9
        • late effect - see Late effect(s) (of) cerebrovascular disease
      • infantile - see Palsy, cerebral
      • monoplegia - see also Monoplegia
        • late effect - see Late effect(s) (of) cerebrovascular disease
      • paraplegia 344.1
      • quadriplegia - see Quadriplegia
      • syphilitic, congenital 090.49
      • triplegia 344.89
    • Brown-Séquard's 344.89
    • bulbar (chronic) (progressive) 335.22
      • infantile (see also Poliomyelitis, bulbar) 045.0
      • poliomyelitic (see also Poliomyelitis, bulbar) 045.0
      • pseudo 335.23
      • supranuclear 344.89
    • Céstan-Chenais 344.89
    • crossed leg 344.89
    • Gubler (-Millard) 344.89
    • Jackson's 344.89
    • leg 344.30
      • affecting
      • both (see also Paraplegia) 344.1
      • crossed 344.89
      • hysterical 300.11
      • psychogenic 306.0
      • transient or transitory 781.4
        • traumatic NEC (see also Injury, nerve, lower limb) 956.9
    • medullary (tegmental) 344.89
    • mesencephalic NEC 344.89
      • tegmental 344.89
    • middle alternating 344.89
    • Millard-Gubler-Foville 344.89
    • oculomotor (nerve) (partial) 378.51
    • respiratory (muscle) (system) (tract) 786.09
    • spinal (cord) NEC 344.1
      • accessory nerve 352.4
      • acute (see also Poliomyelitis) 045.9
      • ascending acute 357.0
      • atrophic (acute) (see also Poliomyelitis, with paralysis) 045.1
      • congenital NEC 343.9
      • hemiplegic - see Hemiplegia
      • hereditary 336.8
      • infantile (see also Poliomyelitis) 045.9
      • late effect NEC 344.89
      • monoplegic - see Monoplegia
      • nerve 355.9
      • progressive 335.10
      • quadriplegic - see Quadriplegia
      • spastic NEC 343.9
      • traumatic - see Injury, spinal, by site
    • syndrome 344.9
      • specified NEC 344.89
    • Todd's (postepileptic transitory paralysis) 344.89
    • Weber's 344.89
  • Posthemiplegic chorea 344.89
  • Syndrome - see also Disease
    • Avellis' 344.89
    • Babinski-Nageotte 344.89
    • Benedikt's 344.89
    • Brown-Séquard 344.89
    • Céstan's 344.89
    • Céstan-Chenais 344.89
    • Foville's (peduncular) 344.89
    • Gubler-Millard 344.89
    • Jackson's 344.89
    • Millard-Gubler 344.89
    • paralytic 344.9
      • specified type NEC 344.89
    • tegmental 344.89
    • Weber's 344.89
    • Weber-Gubler 344.89
    • Weber-Leyden 344.89
  • Tegmental syndrome 344.89
  • Todd's
    • paralysis (postepileptic transitory paralysis) 344.89
  • Triplegia 344.89
    • congenital or infantile 343.8
  • Weber's paralysis or syndrome 344.89
  • Weber-Gubler syndrome 344.89
  • Weber-Leyden syndrome 344.89
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