Non-specific code 2011 ICD-9-CM Diagnosis Code 660.7
Failed forceps or vacuum extractor unspecified
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Applies To
  • Application of ventouse or forceps, without mention of condition
ICD-9-CM Volume 2 Index entries containing back-references to 660.7:
  • Delivery
    • cesarean (for) 669.7
      • abnormal
      • abruptio placentae 641.2
      • acromion presentation 652.8
      • affecting fetus or newborn 763.4
      • anteversion, cervix or uterus 654.4
      • atony, uterus 661.2
      • bicornis or bicornuate uterus 654.0
      • breech presentation (buttocks) (complete) (frank)652.2
      • brow presentation 652.4
      • cephalopelvic disproportion (normally formed fetus) 653.4
      • chin presentation 652.4
      • cicatrix of cervix 654.6
      • contracted pelvis (general) 653.1
      • cord presentation or prolapse 663.0
      • cystocele 654.4
      • deformity (acquired) (congenital)
        • pelvic organs or tissues NEC 654.9
        • pelvis (bony) NEC 653.0
      • displacement, uterus NEC 654.4
      • disproportion NEC 653.9
      • distress
      • eclampsia 642.6
      • face presentation 652.4
      • failed
        • forceps 660.7
        • trial of labor NEC 660.6
        • vacuum extraction 660.7
        • ventouse 660.7
      • fetal deformity 653.7
      • fetal-maternal hemorrhage 656.0
      • fetus, fetal
      • fibroid (tumor) (uterus) 654.1
      • footling 652.8
        • with successful version 652.1
      • hemorrhage (antepartum) (intrapartum) NEC 641.9
      • hydrocephalic fetus 653.6
      • incarceration of uterus 654.3
      • incoordinate uterine action 661.4
      • inertia, uterus 661.2
      • lateroversion, uterus or cervix 654.4
      • mal lie 652.9
      • malposition
      • malpresentation NEC 652.9
        • in multiple gestation 652.6
      • maternal
        • diabetes mellitus (conditions classifiable to 249 and 250) 648.0
        • heart disease NEC 648.6
      • meconium in liquor 656.8
      • oblique presentation 652.3
      • oversize fetus 653.5
      • pelvic tumor NEC 654.9
      • placental insufficiency 656.5
      • placenta previa 641.0
      • poor dilation, cervix 661.0
      • pre-eclampsia 642.4
      • previous
      • prolapse
      • prolonged labor 662.1
      • rectocele 654.4
      • retroversion, uterus or cervix 654.3
      • rigid
      • sacculation, pregnant uterus 654.4
      • scar(s)
        • cervix 654.6
        • cesarean delivery, section 654.2
        • uterus NEC 654.9
          • due to previous cesarean delivery, section 654.2
      • Shirodkar suture in situ 654.5
      • shoulder presentation 652.8
      • stenosis or stricture, cervix 654.6
      • transverse presentation or lie 652.3
      • tumor, pelvic organs or tissues NEC 654.4
      • umbilical cord presentation or prolapse 663.0
  • Failure, failed
    • forceps NEC 660.7
      • affecting fetus or newborn 763.1
    • vacuum extraction
      • abortion - see Abortion, failed
      • delivery NEC 660.7
        • affecting fetus or newborn 763.1
    • ventouse NEC 660.7
      • affecting fetus or newborn 763.1
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