Specific code 2014 ICD-9-CM Diagnosis Code 732.5
Juvenile osteochondrosis of foot
  • Billable Code
  • Short description: Juv osteochondrosis foot.
  • ICD-9-CM 732.5 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 732.5 is a billable medical code that can be used to specify a diagnosis on a reimbursement claim.
Disease Synonyms
  • Calcaneal (heel) apophysitis
  • Calcaneal apophysitis
  • Freiberg disease
  • Haglunds disease
  • Iselins disease
  • Iselin's disease
  • Juvenile osteochondrosis of L metatarsus
  • Juvenile osteochondrosis of L tarsus
  • Juvenile osteochondrosis of left metatarsus
  • Juvenile osteochondrosis of left tarsus
  • Juvenile osteochondrosis of metatarsus
  • Juvenile osteochondrosis of R metatarsus
  • Juvenile osteochondrosis of R tarsus
  • Juvenile osteochondrosis of right metatarsus
  • Juvenile osteochondrosis of right tarsus
  • Juvenile osteochondrosis of second metatarsal
  • Juvenile osteochondrosis of tarsal navicular
  • Juvenile osteochondrosis of tarsus
  • Juvenile osteochondrosis of the foot (disorder)
  • Kohlers disease, tarsal navicular
  • Osteochondrosis of fifth metatarsal
  • Postcalcaneal bursitis
Applies To
  • Calcaneal apophysitis
  • Epiphysitis, os calcis
  • Osteochondrosis (juvenile) of:
    • astragalus (of Diaz)
    • calcaneum (of Sever)
    • foot NOS
    • metatarsal:
      • second (of Freilberg)
      • fifth (of Iselin)
    • os tibiale externum (of Haglund)
    • tarsal navicular (of Köhler)
Convert to ICD-10-CM: 732.5 converts approximately to:
  • 2014 ICD-10-CM M92.60 Juvenile osteochondrosis of tarsus, unspecified ankle
    Or:
  • 2014 ICD-10-CM M92.70 Juvenile osteochondrosis of metatarsus, unspecified foot
ICD-9-CM Volume 2 Index entries containing back-references to 732.5:
  • Apophysitis (bone) (see also Osteochondrosis) 732.9
    • calcaneus 732.5
  • Brailsford's disease 732.3
    • tarsal scaphoid 732.5
  • Calcaneoapophysitis 732.5
  • Diaz's disease or osteochondrosis 732.5
  • Disease, diseased - see also Syndrome
    • Brailsford's 732.3
      • radius, head 732.3
      • tarsal, scaphoid 732.5
    • Diaz's (osteochondrosis astragalus) 732.5
    • Freiberg's (flattening metatarsal) 732.5
    • Haglund's (osteochondrosis os tibiale externum) 732.5
    • Iselin's (osteochondrosis, fifth metatarsal) 732.5
    • Köhler's
      • first (osteoarthrosis juvenilis) 732.5
      • second (Freiberg's infraction, metatarsal head) 732.5
      • patellar 732.4
      • tarsal navicular (bone) (osteoarthrosis juvenilis) 732.5
    • Köhler-Freiberg (infraction, metatarsal head) 732.5
    • Köhler-Mouchet (osteoarthrosis juvenilis) 732.5
    • Mouchet's (juvenile osteochondrosis, foot) 732.5
    • Panner's 732.3
      • capitellum humeri 732.3
      • head of humerus 732.3
      • tarsal navicular (bone) (osteochondrosis) 732.5
    • Sever's (osteochondrosis calcaneum) 732.5
  • Epiphysitis (see also Osteochondrosis) 732.9
    • os calcis 732.5
  • Freiberg's
    • disease (osteochondrosis, second metatarsal) 732.5
    • infraction of metatarsal head 732.5
    • osteochondrosis 732.5
  • Haglund's disease (osteochondrosis os tibiale externum) 732.5
  • Infraction, Freiberg's (metatarsal head) 732.5
  • Iselin's disease or osteochondrosis 732.5
  • Köhler's disease (osteochondrosis) 732.5
    • first (osteochondrosis juvenilis) 732.5
    • second (Freiburg's infarction, metatarsal head) 732.5
    • tarsal navicular (bone) (osteoarthrosis juvenilis) 732.5
  • Köhler-Mouchet disease (osteoarthrosis juvenilis) 732.5
  • Metatarsalgia 726.70
    • due to Freiberg's disease 732.5
  • Mouchet's disease 732.5
  • Osteoarthrosis (degenerative) (hypertrophic) (rheumatoid) 715.9
    • juvenilis (Köhler's) 732.5
  • Osteochondrosis 732.9
    • astragalus 732.5
    • calcaneus 732.5
    • Diaz's (astragalus) 732.5
    • foot (juvenile) 732.5
    • Freiberg's (disease) (second metatarsal) 732.5
    • Haglund's (os tibiale externum) 732.5
    • Iselin's (osteochondrosis fifth metatarsal) 732.5
    • juvenile, juvenilis 732.6
      • arm 732.3
      • capital femoral epiphysis 732.1
      • capitellum humeri 732.3
      • capitular epiphysis 732.1
      • carpal scaphoid 732.3
      • clavicle, sternal epiphysis 732.6
      • coxae 732.1
      • deformans 732.1
      • foot 732.5
      • hand 732.3
      • hip and pelvis 732.1
      • lower extremity, except foot 732.4
      • lunate, wrist 732.3
      • medial cuneiform bone 732.5
      • metatarsal (head) 732.5
      • metatarsophalangeal 732.5
      • navicular, ankle 732.5
      • patella 732.4
      • primary patellar center (of Köhler) 732.4
      • specified site NEC 732.6
      • spine 732.0
      • tarsal scaphoid 732.5
      • tibia (epiphysis) (tuberosity) 732.4
      • upper extremity 732.3
      • vertebra (body) (Calvé) 732.0
        • epiphyseal plates (of Scheuermann) 732.0
    • Köhler's (disease) (navicular, ankle) 732.5
      • patellar 732.4
      • tarsal navicular 732.5
    • metatarsal (fifth) (head) (second) 732.5
    • navicular, ankle 732.5
    • os calcis 732.5
    • os tibiale externum 732.5
    • Sever's (calcaneum) 732.5
    • tarsal (navicular) (scaphoid) 732.5
  • Panner's disease 732.3
    • tarsal navicular (bone) (osteochondrosis) 732.5
  • Scaphoiditis, tarsal 732.5
  • Sever's disease or osteochondrosis (calcaneum) 732.5
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