Trivia Quiz: Weird ICD-10 Codes

Medscape Staff


September 30, 2022

Of these options, ICD-10 code S10.87XA, other superficial bite of the neck, is most likely caused by a sexual partner and is grouped with trauma to the skin more than fully open wounds. Dog bites have their own codes, as do insect bites. W59.01XA is used for patients who were "bitten by nonvenomous lizard."


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