Non-specific code 2014 ICD-9-CM Diagnosis Code 296.0
Bipolar i disorder, single manic episode
  • Non-Billable Code
  • There are 7 ICD-9-CM codes below 296.0 that define this diagnosis in greater detail. Do not use this code on a reimbursement claim.
296.0 Excludes
  • circular type, if there was a previous attack of depression (296.4)
Applies To
  • Hypomania (mild) NOS single episode or unspecified
  • Hypomanic psychosis single episode or unspecified
  • Mania (monopolar) NOS single episode or unspecified
  • Manic-depressive psychosis or reaction, single episode or unspecified:
    • hypomanic, single episode or unspecified
    • manic, single episode or unspecified
ICD-9-CM Volume 2 Index entries containing back-references to 296.0:
  • Bell's
    • disease (see also Psychosis, affective) 296.0
    • mania (see also Psychosis, affective) 296.0
  • Delirium, delirious 780.09
    • manic, maniacal (acute) (see also Psychosis, affective) 296.0
      • recurrent episode 296.1
      • single episode 296.0
  • Disease, diseased - see also Syndrome
    • Bell's (see also Psychosis, affective) 296.0
  • Disorder - see also Disease
    • bipolar (affective) (alternating) 296.80
      • atypical 296.7
      • specified type NEC 296.89
      • type I 296.7
        • most recent episode (or current)
        • single manic episode 296.0
      • type II (recurrent major depressive episodes with hypomania) 296.89
    • manic (see also Psychosis, affective) 296.0
  • Excitement
    • manic (see also Psychosis, affective) 296.0
      • recurrent episode 296.1
      • single episode 296.0
  • Exhaustion, exhaustive (physical NEC) 780.79
    • manic (see also Psychosis, affective) 296.0
      • recurrent episode 296.1
      • single episode 296.0
  • Hyperthymergasia (see also Psychosis, affective) 296.0
    • reactive (from emotional stress, psychological trauma) 298.1
    • single episode 296.0
  • Hypomania, hypomanic reaction (see also Psychosis, affective) 296.0
    • single episode 296.0
  • Mania (monopolar) (see also Psychosis, affective) 296.0
    • alcoholic (acute) (chronic) 291.9
    • Bell's - see Mania, chronic
    • chronic 296.0
      • recurrent episode 296.1
      • single episode 296.0
    • delirious (acute) 296.0
      • recurrent episode 296.1
      • single episode 296.0
    • epileptic (see also Epilepsy) 345.4
    • puerperal (after delivery) 296.0
      • recurrent episode 296.1
      • single episode 296.0
    • single episode 296.0
  • Manic-depressive insanity, psychosis, reaction, or syndrome (see also Psychosis, affective) 296.80
    • hypomanic 296.0
      • recurrent episode 296.1
      • single episode 296.0
    • manic 296.0
      • atypical 296.81
      • recurrent episode 296.1
      • single episode 296.0
  • Psychosis 298.9
    • hypomanic (see also Psychosis, affective) 296.0
      • recurrent episode 296.1
      • single episode 296.0
    • mania (phase) (see also Psychosis, affective) 296.0
      • recurrent episode 296.1
      • single episode 296.0
    • manic (see also Psychosis, affective) 296.0
      • atypical 296.81
      • recurrent episode 296.1
      • single episode 296.0
  • Puerperal
    • mania 296.0
      • recurrent episode 296.1
      • single episode 296.0
  • Reaction
    • hypomanic (see also Psychosis, affective) 296.0
      • recurrent episode 296.1
      • single episode 296.0
    • manic-depressive (see also Psychosis, affective) 296.80
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