Non-specific code 2011 ICD-9-CM Diagnosis Code 242.0
Toxic diffuse goiter
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Applies To
  • Basedow's disease
  • Exophthalmic or toxic goiter NOS
  • Graves' disease
  • Primary thyroid hyperplasia
ICD-9-CM Volume 2 Index entries containing back-references to 242.0:
  • Basedow's disease or syndrome (exophthalmic goiter) 242.0
  • Begbie's disease (exophthalmic goiter) 242.0
  • Cachexia 799.4
    • exophthalmic 242.0
  • Chloasma 709.09
  • Dermopathy
    • infiltrative, with thyrotoxicosis 242.0
  • Disease, diseased - see also Syndrome
    • Basedow's (exophthalmic goiter) 242.0
    • Begbie's (exophthalmic goiter) 242.0
    • Flajani (-Basedow) (exophthalmic goiter) 242.0
    • Graves' (exophthalmic goiter) 242.0
    • Marsh's (exophthalmic goiter) 242.0
    • Parry's (exophthalmic goiter) 242.0
    • Parson's (exophthalmic goiter) 242.0
    • Stokes' (exophthalmic goiter) 242.0
  • Exophthalmic
    • cachexia 242.0
    • goiter 242.0
  • Flajani (-Basedow) syndrome or disease (exophthalmic goiter) 242.0
  • Goiter (adolescent) (colloid) (diffuse) (dipping) (due to iodine deficiency) (endemic) (euthyroid) (heart) (hyperplastic) (internal) (intrathoracic) (juvenile) (mixed type) (nonendemic) (parenchymatous) (plunging) (sporadic) (subclavicular) (substernal) 240.9
    • with
      • hyperthyroidism (recurrent) (see also Goiter, toxic) 242.0
      • thyrotoxicosis (see also Goiter, toxic) 242.0
    • exophthalmic (see also Goiter, toxic) 242.0
    • nodular (nontoxic) 241.9
      • with
        • hyperthyroidism (see also Goiter, toxic) 242.3
        • thyrotoxicosis (see also Goiter, toxic) 242.3
      • endemic 241.9
      • exophthalmic (diffuse) (see also Goiter, toxic) 242.0
      • multinodular (nontoxic) 241.1
      • sporadic 241.9
      • toxic (see also Goiter, toxic) 242.3
      • uninodular (nontoxic) 241.0
    • pulsating (see also Goiter, toxic) 242.0
  • Graves' disease (exophthalmic goiter) (see also Goiter, toxic) 242.0
  • Hyperplasia, hyperplastic
    • thyroid (see also Goiter) 240.9
      • primary 242.0
      • secondary 242.2
  • Hyperthyroidism (latent) (preadult) (recurrent) (without goiter) 242.9
  • Hypertrophy, hypertrophic
    • thyroid (gland) (see also Goiter) 240.9
      • primary 242.0
      • secondary 242.2
  • Marsh's disease (exophthalmic goiter) 242.0
  • Ophthalmopathy, infiltrative with thyrotoxicosis 242.0
  • Parry's disease or syndrome (exophthalmic goiter) 242.0
  • Parson's disease (exophthalmic goiter) 242.0
  • Proptosis (ocular) (see also Exophthalmos) 376.30
    • thyroid 242.0
  • Stokes' disease (exophthalmic goiter) 242.0
  • Syndrome - see also Disease
    • Basedow's (exophthalmic goiter) 242.0
    • Flajani (-Basedow) (exophthalmic goiter) 242.0
    • Parry's (exophthalmic goiter) 242.0
  • Thyrotoxicosis 242.9
    • with
      • goiter (diffuse) 242.0
      • infiltrative
        • dermopathy 242.0
        • ophthalmopathy 242.0
      • thyroid acropachy 242.0
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