Specific code 2011 ICD-9-CM Diagnosis Code 782.4
Jaundice unspecified not of newborn
  • Short description: Jaundice NOS.
  • ICD-9-CM 782.4 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 782.4 is a billable medical code that can be used to specify a diagnosis on a reimbursement claim.
  • You are viewing the 2011 version of ICD-9-CM 782.4.
  • More recent version(s) of ICD-9-CM 782.4: 2012 2013 2014.
Disease Synonyms
  • Jaundice
782.4 Excludes
Applies To
  • Cholemia NOS
  • Icterus NOS
Convert to ICD-10-CM: 782.4 converts directly to:
  • 2014 ICD-10-CM R17 Unspecified jaundice
ICD-9-CM Volume 2 Index entries containing back-references to 782.4:
  • Cholemia (see also Jaundice) 782.4
    • Gilbert's (familial nonhemolytic) 277.4
  • Elevation
    • liver function test (LFT) 790.6
      • alkaline phosphatase 790.5
      • aminotransferase 790.4
      • bilirubin 782.4
      • hepatic enzyme NEC 790.5
      • lactate dehydrogenase 790.4
  • Hyperbilirubinemia 782.4
    • neonatal (transient) (see also Jaundice, fetus or newborn) 774.6
  • Icterus (see also Jaundice) 782.4
    • catarrhal - see Icterus, infectious
    • conjunctiva 782.4
    • epidemic - see Icterus, infectious
    • febrilis - see Icterus, infectious
    • fetus or newborn - see Jaundice, fetus or newborn
    • gravis (see also Necrosis, liver) 570
      • complicating pregnancy 646.7
        • affecting fetus or newborn 760.8
      • fetus or newborn NEC 773.0
      • obstetrical 646.7
        • affecting fetus or newborn 760.8
    • hematogenous (acquired) 283.9
    • hemolytic (acquired) 283.9
      • congenital (see also Spherocytosis) 282.0
    • intermittens juvenilis 277.4
    • malignant (see also Necrosis, liver) 570
    • neonatorum (see also Jaundice, fetus or newborn) 774.6
    • pernicious (see also Necrosis, liver) 570
  • Jaundice (yellow) 782.4
    • acholuric (familial) (splenomegalic) (see also Spherocytosis) 282.0
    • catarrhal (acute) 070.1
      • with hepatic coma 070.0
      • chronic 571.9
      • epidemic - see Jaundice, epidemic
    • cholestatic (benign) 782.4
    • fetus or newborn 774.6
      • due to or associated with
      • physiological NEC 774.6
    • from injection, inoculation, infusion, or transfusion (blood) (plasma) (serum) (other substance) (onset within 8 months after administration) - see Hepatitis, viral
    • Gilbert's (familial nonhemolytic) 277.4
    • hemolytic (acquired) 283.9
      • congenital (see also Spherocytosis) 282.0
    • homologous (serum) - see Hepatitis, viral
    • idiopathic, chronic 277.4
    • malignant (see also Necrosis, liver) 570
    • newborn (physiological) (see also Jaundice, fetus or newborn) 774.6
    • nonhemolytic, congenital familial (Gilbert's) 277.4
    • nuclear, newborn (see also Kernicterus of newborn) 774.7
    • obstructive NEC (see also Obstruction, biliary) 576.8
    • postimmunization - see Hepatitis, viral
    • posttransfusion - see Hepatitis, viral
    • regurgitation (see also Obstruction, biliary) 576.8
    • serum (homologous) (prophylactic) (therapeutic) - see Hepatitis, viral
    • spirochetal (hemorrhagic) 100.0
    • symptomatic 782.4
  • Yellow
    • jaundice (see also Jaundice) 782.4
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