Specific code 2012 ICD-9-CM Diagnosis Code 791.9
Other nonspecific findings on examination of urine
  • Short description: Abn urine findings NEC.
  • ICD-9-CM 791.9 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 791.9 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 791.9.
  • More recent version(s) of ICD-9-CM 791.9: 2013 2014.
Disease Synonyms
  • 17-ketosteroid in urine specimen above reference range
  • 24 hour urine volume abnormal
  • 24 hour urine volume excessive
  • 3-Hydroxyisobutyric aciduria
  • Abnl finding on urinalysis
  • Abnl urinalysis finding
  • Abnormal composition of urine
  • Abnormal finding on urinalysis
  • Abnormal findings on microbiological examination of urine
  • abnormal urinalysis
  • Abnormal urinary product
  • Abnormal urine
  • Abnormal urine odor
  • Acholuria
  • Aciduria
  • Alkaluria
  • Alpha ketoadipic aciduria
  • Amorphous urinary sediment
  • Amphetamine in urine
  • Asymptomatic bacteriuria
  • Bacteria in urine O/E
  • Bacteriuria
  • Black urine
  • Blood in urine
  • Calciuria
  • Calciuria (calcium in urine)
  • Carboxyhemoglobinuria
  • Catheter stream urine = abnormal
  • Chylous urine
  • Cloudy urine
  • Crude urine
  • Crystalluria
  • Deposit in urine
  • Diabetic urine
  • Discolored urine
  • Drug, medicament, or biological substance in urine above reference range
  • Dyspeptic urine
  • Elevated urine sodium
  • Elevated urine sodium measurement
  • Elevated urine uric acid
  • Febrile urine
  • Feces in urine
  • Finding of odor of urine
  • Finding of porphobilinogen in urine
  • Finding of porphyrins in urine
  • Finding of urine culture: organisms
  • Finding of urine microscopy: crystals
  • Finding of urine microscopy: organisms/foreign bodies
  • Finding of urine trace metal levels
  • Foreign body in urine
  • Foreign body in urine - microscopy
  • Foreign body present on urine microscopy
  • Gouty urine
  • Hyperalbuminemia
  • Impairment of urinary concentration
  • Increased uric acid level
  • Isosthenuria
  • Leukocytes in urine
  • Loss of identity
  • Malodorous urine
  • Mannoheptulosuria
  • Melanuria
  • Mid stream urine = abnormal
  • Mucus in urine
  • Paraquat in urine
  • Pneumatouria
  • Pus cells in urine
  • Pyogenic proteinuria
  • Pyuria
  • Pyuria (pus cells in urine)
  • Red blood cell- red blood cells in urine
  • Screening for drug of abuse in urine specimen positive
  • Special urinary test abnormal
  • Sterile pyuria
  • Sulfhemoglobinuria
  • Urea and electrolytes abnormal
  • Uremic frost
  • Uric acid crystalluria
  • Urinary casts
  • Urinary crystal, ammonium urate
  • Urinary crystal, amorphous phosphate
  • Urinary crystal, amorphous urate
  • Urinary crystal, bilirubin
  • Urinary crystal, calcium bilirubinate
  • Urinary crystal, calcium carbonate
  • Urinary crystal, calcium hydrogen phosphate
  • Urinary crystal, calcium hydrogen phosphate dihydrate
  • Urinary crystal, calcium oxalate
  • Urinary crystal, calcium oxalate dihydrate
  • Urinary crystal, calcium oxalate monohydrate
  • Urinary crystal, calcium phosphate
  • Urinary crystal, calcium phosphate, carbonate form
  • Urinary crystal, calcium phosphate, hydroxyl form
  • Urinary crystal, calcium sulfate
  • Urinary crystal, cholesterol
  • Urinary crystal, cystine
  • Urinary crystal, hippurate
  • Urinary crystal, leucine
  • Urinary crystal, magnesium ammonium phosphate
  • Urinary crystal, magnesium ammonium phosphate hexahydrate
  • Urinary crystal, magnesium hydrogen phosphate trihydrate
  • Urinary crystal, phosphate
  • Urinary crystal, pyrophosphate
  • Urinary crystal, sodium acid urate
  • Urinary crystal, sulfonamide
  • Urinary crystal, tricalcium phosphate
  • Urinary crystal, tyrosine
  • Urinary reducing substance
  • Urinary sediment
  • Urine 17 ketogenic steroid level abnormal
  • Urine adrenalin level abnormal
  • Urine bacteria test: positive
  • Urine blood test = +
  • Urine blood test = ++
  • Urine blood test = +++
  • Urine calcium abnormal
  • Urine chlamydia trachomatis test positive
  • Urine color abnormal
  • Urine culture - acid-fast bacilli
  • Urine culture - mixed growth
  • Urine culture - Staph. albus
  • Urine culture - Streptococcus faecalis
  • Urine cytology abnormal
  • Urine electrolytes abnormal
  • Urine glucose test = +
  • Urine glucose test = ++
  • Urine glucose test = +++
  • Urine glucose test = ++++
  • Urine glucose test = trace
  • Urine ketone test = +
  • Urine ketone test = ++
  • Urine ketone test = +++
  • Urine ketone test = ++++
  • Urine ketone test = trace
  • Urine leukocyte test one plus
  • Urine leukocyte test three plus
  • Urine leukocyte test two plus
  • Urine looks dark
  • Urine looks pale
  • Urine microscopy = abnormality
  • Urine microscopy: bacteria present
  • Urine microscopy: Ca oxalate crystal
  • Urine microscopy: cysteine crystals
  • Urine microscopy: leucine crystals
  • Urine microscopy: parasites present
  • Urine microscopy: phosphate crystals
  • Urine microscopy: tyrosine crystals
  • Urine microscopy: uric acid crystals
  • Urine nitrite positive
  • Urine norepinephrine level abnormal
  • Urine protein abnormal
  • Urine protein electrophoresis abnormal
  • Urine protein test = +
  • Urine protein test = ++
  • Urine protein test = +++
  • Urine protein test = ++++
  • Urine protein test = trace
  • Urine screening abnormal
  • Urine smell ammoniacal
  • Urine smell fishy
  • Urine urate abnormal
  • Urine urobilinogen = +
  • Urine urobilinogen = ++
  • Urine urobilinogen = +++
  • Urine urobilinogen = ++++
  • Urine urobilinogen = trace
  • Urine: dark/concentrated
  • Urine: orange
  • Urine: pale
  • Urine: trace hemolyzed blood
  • Urine: trace non-hemolyzed blood
  • Urine: turbid
  • Urobilinogenuria
  • Urodynamic studies abnormal
  • Viruria
  • Xanthurenic aciduria
  • X-linked glutaric aciduria, type 2
Applies To
  • Crystalluria
  • Elevated urine levels of:
    • 17-ketosteroids
    • catecholamines
    • indolacetic acid
    • vanillylmandelic acid [VMA]
  • Melanuria
Convert to ICD-10-CM: 791.9 converts approximately to:
  • 2014 ICD-10-CM R82.5 Elevated urine levels of drugs, medicaments and biological substances
    Or:
  • 2014 ICD-10-CM R82.99 Other abnormal findings in urine
ICD-9-CM Volume 2 Index entries containing back-references to 791.9:
  • Abnormal, abnormality, abnormalities - see also Anomaly
    • urine (constituents) NEC 791.9
  • Aciduria 791.9
    • beta-aminoisobutyric (BAIB) 277.2
    • orotic (congenital) (hereditary) (pyrimidine deficiency) 281.4
  • Albarrán's disease (colibacilluria) 791.9
  • Bacilluria 791.9
    • asymptomatic, in pregnancy or puerperium 646.5
    • tuberculous (see also Tuberculosis) 016.9
  • Bacteria
    • in urine (see also Bacteriuria) 791.9
  • Bacteriuria, bacteruria 791.9
    • with
      • urinary tract infection 599.0
    • asymptomatic 791.9
      • in pregnancy or puerperium 646.5
        • affecting fetus or newborn 760.1
  • Calciuria 791.9
  • Cocciuria 791.9
  • Coccus in urine 791.9
  • Colibacilluria 791.9
  • Crystalluria 791.9
  • Disease, diseased - see also Syndrome
    • Albarrán's (colibacilluria) 791.9
  • Elevation
    • 17-ketosteroids 791.9
    • indolacetic acid 791.9
    • vanillylmandelic acid 791.9
    • VMA 791.9
  • Findings, (abnormal), without diagnosis (examination) (laboratory test) 796.4
    • 17-ketosteroids, elevated 791.9
    • bacteriuria 791.9
    • catecholamines 791.9
    • cloudy urine 791.9
    • color of urine (unusual) NEC 791.9
    • crystals, urine 791.9
    • electrolyte level, urinary 791.9
    • indolacetic acid, elevated 791.9
    • melanin, urine 791.9
    • odor of urine (unusual) NEC 791.9
    • pyuria 791.9
    • vanillylmandelic acid, elevated 791.9
    • VMA, elevated 791.9
  • Hyperazotemia 791.9
  • Lithuria 791.9
  • Melanuria 791.9
  • Positive
  • Pus
  • Pyuria (bacterial) 791.9
  • Uricosuria 791.9
  • Urine, urinary - see also condition
    • pus in 791.9
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