Specific code 2012 ICD-9-CM Diagnosis Code 306.4
Gastrointestinal malfunction arising from mental factors
  • Short description: Psychogenic GI disease.
  • ICD-9-CM 306.4 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 306.4 is a billable medical code that can be used to specify a diagnosis on a reimbursement claim.
  • You are viewing the 2012 version of ICD-9-CM 306.4.
  • More recent version(s) of ICD-9-CM 306.4: 2013 2014.
Disease Synonyms
  • Aerophagy
  • Aerophagy (swallowing air)
  • Constipation due to mood
  • Cyclical vomiting - psychogenic
  • Disorder of function of stomach
  • Globus abdominalis
  • Globus sensation
  • Nervous diarrhea
  • Psychogenic constipation
  • Psychogenic diarrhea
  • Psychogenic dyspepsia
  • Psychogenic pylorospasm
  • Somatoform autonomic dysfunction - gastrointestinal tract
306.4 Excludes
Applies To
  • Aerophagy
  • Cyclical vomiting, psychogenic
  • Diarrhea, psychogenic
  • Nervous gastritis
  • Psychogenic dyspepsia
Convert to ICD-10-CM: 306.4 converts approximately to:
  • 2014 ICD-10-CM F45.8 Other somatoform disorders
ICD-9-CM Volume 2 Index entries containing back-references to 306.4:
  • Abdomen, abdominal - see also condition
    • accordion 306.4
  • Achalasia 530.0
    • psychogenic 306.4
  • Achlorhydria, achlorhydric 536.0
    • psychogenic 306.4
  • Achylia
  • Acid
    • stomach 536.8
      • psychogenic 306.4
  • Acidity, gastric (high) (low) 536.8
    • psychogenic 306.4
  • Aerophagy, aerophagia 306.4
    • psychogenic 306.4
  • Anacidity, gastric 536.0
    • psychogenic 306.4
  • Apepsia 536.8
    • psychogenic 306.4
  • Atonia, atony, atonic
    • dyspepsia 536.3
      • psychogenic 306.4
    • intestine 564.89
      • psychogenic 306.4
    • stomach 536.3
      • neurotic or psychogenic 306.4
      • psychogenic 306.4
  • Colic (recurrent) 789.7
    • psychogenic 306.4
  • Complaint - see also Disease
    • bowel, functional 564.9
      • psychogenic 306.4
    • intestine, functional 564.9
      • psychogenic 306.4
  • Constipation 564.00
    • psychogenic 306.4
  • Contraction, contracture, contracted
    • rectum, rectal (sphincter) 564.89
      • psychogenic 306.4
    • stomach 536.8
      • hourglass 536.8
        • congenital 750.7
        • psychogenic 306.4
      • psychogenic 306.4
  • Cramp(s) 729.82
    • intestinal 789.0
      • psychogenic 306.4
  • Cyclical vomiting 536.2
    • psychogenic 306.4
  • Diarrhea, diarrheal (acute) (autumn) (bilious) (bloody) (catarrhal) (choleraic) (chronic) (gravis) (green) (infantile) (lienteric) (noninfectious) (presumed noninfectious) (putrefactive) (secondary) (sporadic) (summer) (symptomatic) (thermic) 787.91
    • functional 564.5
      • following gastrointestinal surgery 564.4
      • psychogenic 306.4
    • hyperperistalsis (nervous) 306.4
    • nervous 306.4
    • psychogenic 306.4
  • Dilatation
    • colon 564.7
      • congenital 751.3
      • due to mechanical obstruction 560.89
      • psychogenic 306.4
    • jejunum 564.89
      • psychogenic 306.4
  • Disease, diseased - see also Syndrome
    • epigastric, functional 536.9
      • psychogenic 306.4
    • Rossbach's (hyperchlorhydria) 536.8
      • psychogenic 306.4
  • Disorder - see also Disease
    • gastrointestinal (functional) NEC 536.9
      • newborn (neonatal) 777.9
      • psychogenic 306.4
    • stomach (functional) (see also Disorder, gastric) 536.9
      • psychogenic 306.4
  • Distention
  • Distress
    • gastrointestinal (functional) 536.9
      • psychogenic 306.4
    • intestinal (functional) NEC 564.9
      • psychogenic 306.4
    • stomach 536.9
      • psychogenic 306.4
  • Disturbance - see also Disease
    • digestive 536.9
      • psychogenic 306.4
    • gastrointestinal (functional) 536.9
      • psychogenic 306.4
  • Dysfunction
    • colon 564.9
      • psychogenic 306.4
    • rectum 564.9
      • psychogenic 306.4
    • stomach 536.9
      • psychogenic 306.4
  • Dyspepsia (allergic) (congenital) (fermentative) (flatulent) (functional) (gastric) (gastrointestinal) (neurogenic) (occupational) (reflex) 536.8
    • atonic 536.3
      • psychogenic 306.4
    • diarrhea 787.91
      • psychogenic 306.4
    • intestinal 564.89
      • psychogenic 306.4
    • nervous 306.4
    • neurotic 306.4
    • psychogenic 306.4
  • Dysphagia 787.20
    • psychogenic 306.4
  • Enterospasm 564.9
    • psychogenic 306.4
  • Eructation 787.3
    • nervous 306.4
    • psychogenic 306.4
  • Fermentation (gastric) (gastrointestinal) (stomach) 536.8
    • intestine 564.89
      • psychogenic 306.4
    • psychogenic 306.4
  • Gastrectasis, gastrectasia 536.1
    • psychogenic 306.4
  • Gastritis 535.5
    • nervous 306.4
    • psychogenic 306.4
  • Gastrorrhea 536.8
    • psychogenic 306.4
  • Gastrospasm (neurogenic) (reflex) 536.8
    • neurotic 306.4
    • psychogenic 306.4
  • Gastrosuccorrhea (continuous) (intermittent) 536.8
    • neurotic 306.4
    • psychogenic 306.4
  • Globus 306.4
  • Heartburn 787.1
    • psychogenic 306.4
  • Hourglass contraction, contracture
  • Hyperacidity, gastric 536.8
    • psychogenic 306.4
  • Hyperactive, hyperactivity 314.01
    • gastrointestinal 536.8
      • psychogenic 306.4
  • Hyperchlorhydria 536.8
    • neurotic 306.4
    • psychogenic 306.4
  • Hyperchylia gastrica 536.8
    • psychogenic 306.4
  • Hyperemesis 536.2
    • psychogenic 306.4
  • Hypermobility
    • colon 564.9
      • psychogenic 306.4
    • stomach 536.8
      • psychogenic 306.4
  • Hypermotility
    • intestine 564.9
      • psychogenic 306.4
  • Hyperperistalsis 787.4
    • psychogenic 306.4
  • Hypersecretion
    • gastric 536.8
      • psychogenic 306.4
  • Hypersensitive, hypersensitiveness, hypersensitivity - see also Allergy
    • colon 564.9
      • psychogenic 306.4
    • stomach (allergic) (nonallergic) 536.8
      • psychogenic 306.4
  • Hypertonicity
    • stomach 536.8
      • psychogenic 306.4
  • Hypoacidity, gastric 536.8
    • psychogenic 306.4
  • Hypochlorhydria 536.8
    • neurotic 306.4
    • psychogenic 306.4
  • Hypomotility
    • gastrointestinal tract 536.8
      • psychogenic 306.4
    • intestine 564.89
      • psychogenic 306.4
    • stomach 536.8
      • psychogenic 306.4
  • Indigestion (bilious) (functional) 536.8
    • nervous 306.4
    • psychogenic 306.4
  • Inertia
    • stomach 536.8
      • psychogenic 306.4
  • Irritability 799.22
    • colon 564.1
      • psychogenic 306.4
    • stomach 536.9
      • psychogenic 306.4
  • Irritation
    • digestive tract 536.9
      • psychogenic 306.4
    • gastric 536.9
      • psychogenic 306.4
    • gastrointestinal (tract) 536.9
      • functional 536.9
      • psychogenic 306.4
    • stomach 536.9
      • psychogenic 306.4
  • Magenblase syndrome 306.4
  • Megacolon (acquired) (functional) (not Hirschsprung's disease) 564.7
    • psychogenic 306.4
  • Myasthenia 358.00
    • stomach 536.8
      • psychogenic 306.4
  • Nervous (see also condition) 799.21
    • stomach 306.4
  • Neurasthenia 300.5
    • gastric 306.4
  • Neurosis, neurotic 300.9
    • colon 306.4
    • gastric 306.4
    • gastrointestinal 306.4
    • intestine 306.4
    • rectum 306.4
    • rumination 306.4
    • stomach 306.4
    • visceral 306.4
  • Obstipation (see also Constipation) 564.00
    • psychogenic 306.4
  • Pneumophagia (psychogenic) 306.4
  • Proctospasm 564.6
    • psychogenic 306.4
  • Ptyalism 527.7
    • psychogenic 306.4
  • Pylorospasm (reflex) 537.81
    • neurotic 306.4
    • psychogenic 306.4
  • Reaction
  • Rossbach's disease (hyperchlorhydria) 536.8
    • psychogenic 306.4
  • Spasm, spastic, spasticity (see also condition) 781.0
    • anus, ani (sphincter) (reflex) 564.6
      • psychogenic 306.4
    • bowel 564.9
      • psychogenic 306.4
    • cecum 564.9
      • psychogenic 306.4
    • colon 564.1
      • psychogenic 306.4
    • esophagus (diffuse) 530.5
      • psychogenic 306.4
    • gastrointestinal (tract) 536.8
      • psychogenic 306.4
    • intestinal 564.9
      • psychogenic 306.4
    • pylorus 537.81
      • adult hypertrophic 537.0
      • congenital or infantile 750.5
      • psychogenic 306.4
    • rectum (sphincter) 564.6
      • psychogenic 306.4
    • sigmoid 564.9
      • psychogenic 306.4
    • stomach 536.8
      • neurotic 306.4
  • Subacidity, gastric 536.8
    • psychogenic 306.4
  • Syndrome - see also Disease
    • Magenblase 306.4
  • Upset
    • gastric 536.8
      • psychogenic 306.4
    • gastrointestinal 536.8
      • psychogenic 306.4
      • virus (see also Enteritis, viral) 008.8
    • intestinal (large) (small) 564.9
      • psychogenic 306.4
    • stomach 536.8
      • psychogenic 306.4
  • Vomiting 787.03
    • cyclical 536.2
      • associated with migraine 346.2
      • psychogenic 306.4
    • functional 536.8
      • psychogenic 306.4
    • nervous 306.4
    • neurotic 306.4
    • pernicious or persistent 536.2
      • complicating pregnancy - see Hyperemesis, gravidarum
      • psychogenic 306.4
    • psychic 306.4
    • uncontrollable 536.2
      • psychogenic 306.4
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