Specific code 2014 ICD-9-CM Diagnosis Code 009.0
Infectious colitis, enteritis, and gastroenteritis
  • Billable Code
  • Short description: Infectious enteritis NOS.
  • ICD-9-CM 009.0 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 009.0 is a billable medical code that can be used to specify a diagnosis on a reimbursement claim.
Disease Synonyms
  • Infectious colitis
  • Infectious gastroenteritis
  • Postdysenteric arthropathy
  • Post-dysenteric arthropathy
  • Postdysenteric arthropathy of ankle
  • Postdysenteric arthropathy of elbow
  • Post-dysenteric arthropathy of elbow
  • Postdysenteric arthropathy of hand
  • Postdysenteric arthropathy of hip
  • Post-dysenteric arthropathy of hip
  • Postdysenteric arthropathy of knee
  • Post-dysenteric arthropathy of knee
  • Postdysenteric arthropathy of L ankle
  • Postdysenteric arthropathy of L elbow
  • Postdysenteric arthropathy of L hand
  • Postdysenteric arthropathy of L hip
  • Postdysenteric arthropathy of L knee
  • Postdysenteric arthropathy of L shoulder
  • Postdysenteric arthropathy of L wrist
  • Postdysenteric arthropathy of left ankle
  • Post-dysenteric arthropathy of left ankle and/or foot
  • Postdysenteric arthropathy of left elbow
  • Post-dysenteric arthropathy of left elbow
  • Postdysenteric arthropathy of left hand
  • Post-dysenteric arthropathy of left hand
  • Postdysenteric arthropathy of left hip
  • Post-dysenteric arthropathy of left hip
  • Postdysenteric arthropathy of left knee
  • Post-dysenteric arthropathy of left knee
  • Postdysenteric arthropathy of left shoulder
  • Post-dysenteric arthropathy of left shoulder
  • Postdysenteric arthropathy of left wrist
  • Post-dysenteric arthropathy of left wrist
  • Postdysenteric arthropathy of R ankle
  • Postdysenteric arthropathy of R elbow
  • Postdysenteric arthropathy of R hand
  • Postdysenteric arthropathy of R hip
  • Postdysenteric arthropathy of R knee
  • Postdysenteric arthropathy of R shoulder
  • Postdysenteric arthropathy of R wrist
  • Postdysenteric arthropathy of right ankle
  • Post-dysenteric arthropathy of right ankle and/or foot
  • Postdysenteric arthropathy of right elbow
  • Post-dysenteric arthropathy of right elbow
  • Postdysenteric arthropathy of right hand
  • Post-dysenteric arthropathy of right hand
  • Postdysenteric arthropathy of right hip
  • Post-dysenteric arthropathy of right hip
  • Postdysenteric arthropathy of right knee
  • Post-dysenteric arthropathy of right knee
  • Postdysenteric arthropathy of right shoulder
  • Post-dysenteric arthropathy of right shoulder
  • Postdysenteric arthropathy of right wrist
  • Post-dysenteric arthropathy of right wrist
  • Postdysenteric arthropathy of shoulder
  • Postdysenteric arthropathy of vertebra
  • Post-dysenteric arthropathy of vertebrae
  • Postdysenteric arthropathy of wrist
  • Post-dysenteric arthropathy of wrist
  • Postdysenteric reactive arthropathy of ankle or foot
  • Postdysenteric reactive arthropathy of hand
  • Postdysenteric reactive arthropathy of multiple sites
  • Post-dysenteric reactive arthropathy of multiple sites
  • Postdysenteric reactive arthropathy of shoulder
  • Post-dysenteric reactive arthropathy of the ankle and/or foot
  • Post-dysenteric reactive arthropathy of the hand
  • Post-dysenteric reactive arthropathy of the shoulder region
  • Post-genitourinary infection reactive arthritis
  • Reactive arthritis after genitourinary infection
  • Reactive arthritis of multiple joints
Clinical Information
  • Inflammation of any segment of the gastrointestinal tract from esophagus to rectum; causes of gastroenteritis are many including genetic, infection, hypersensitivity, drug effects, and cancer.
  • Inflammation of the colon.
  • Inflammation of the intestine, especially of the small intestine.
  • Inflammation of the intestine.
Applies To
  • Colitis (septic)
  • Dysentery:
    • NOS
    • catarrhal
    • hemorrhagic
  • Enteritis (septic)
  • Gastroenteritis (septic)
Convert to ICD-10-CM: 009.0 converts approximately to:
  • 2014 ICD-10-CM A09 Infectious gastroenteritis and colitis, unspecified
ICD-9-CM Volume 2 Index entries containing back-references to 009.0:
  • Colitis (acute) (catarrhal) (croupous) (cystica superficialis) (exudative) (hemorrhagic) (noninfectious) (phlegmonous) (presumed noninfectious) 558.9
    • gangrenous 009.0
    • infectious (see also Enteritis, due to, specific organism) 009.0
    • necrotic 009.0
    • septic (see also Enteritis, due to, specific organism) 009.0
  • Dysentery, dysenteric (bilious) (catarrhal) (diarrhea) (epidemic) (gangrenous) (hemorrhagic) (infectious) (sporadic) (tropical) (ulcerative) 009.0
    • abscess, liver (see also Abscess, amebic) 006.3
    • amebic (see also Amebiasis) 006.9
      • with abscess - see Abscess, amebic
      • acute 006.0
      • carrier (suspected) of V02.2
      • chronic 006.1
    • arthritis (see also Arthritis, due to, dysentery) 009.0 [711.3]
    • Dientamoeba fragilis 007.8
    • due to specified organism NEC - see Enteritis, due to, by organism
    • Endolimax nana - see Dysentery, amebic
    • Entamoba, entamebic - see Dysentery, amebic
    • malarial (see also Malaria) 084.6
    • tuberculous (see also Tuberculosis) 014.8
    • viral (see also Enteritis, viral) 008.8
  • Enteritis (acute) (catarrhal) (choleraic) (chronic) (congestive) (diarrheal) (exudative) (follicular) (hemorrhagic) (infantile) (lienteric) (noninfectious) (perforative) (phlegmonous) (presumed noninfectious) (pseudomembranous) 558.9
    • epidemic 009.0
    • gangrenous (see also Enteritis, due to, by organism) 009.0
    • infectious NEC (see also Enteritis, due to, by organism) 009.0
    • necrotic (see also Enteritis, due to, by organism) 009.0
    • septic (see also Enteritis, due to, by organism) 009.0
    • zymotic 009.0
  • Flux (bloody) (serosanguineous) 009.0
  • Gastroenteritis (acute) (catarrhal) (congestive) (hemorrhagic) (noninfectious) (see also Enteritis) 558.9
    • epidemic 009.0
    • infectious (see also Enteritis, due to, by organism) 009.0
    • septic (see also Enteritis, due to, by organism) 009.0
    • zymotic 009.0
  • Ileitis (chronic) (see also Enteritis) 558.9
    • infectious 009.0
  • Ileocolitis (see also Enteritis) 558.9
    • infectious 009.0
  • Infection, infected, infective (opportunistic) 136.9
    • alimentary canal NEC (see also Enteritis, due to, by organism) 009.0
    • colon (see also Enteritis, due to, by organism) 009.0
      • bacillus - see Infection, Escherichia coli
    • enteric (see also Enteritis, due to, by organism) 009.0
    • gastroenteric (see also Enteritis, due to, by organism) 009.0
    • gastrointestinal (see also Enteritis, due to, by organism) 009.0
    • intestine, intestinal (see also Enteritis, due to, by organism) 009.0
  • Ulcer, ulcerated, ulcerating, ulceration, ulcerative 707.9
    • dysenteric NEC 009.0
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