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Celiac

Definition: Pertaining to the abdominal cavity.

Body System: Digestive

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ICD10 Codes Containing Term: celiac

CodeDescription
I77.4 Celiac artery compression syndrome
K90.0 Celiac disease
K90.41 Non-celiac gluten sensitivity
S35.211A Minor laceration of celiac artery, initial encounter
S35.211D Minor laceration of celiac artery, subsequent encounter
S35.211S Minor laceration of celiac artery, sequela
S35.212A Major laceration of celiac artery, initial encounter
S35.212D Major laceration of celiac artery, subsequent encounter
S35.212S Major laceration of celiac artery, sequela
S35.218A Other injury of celiac artery, initial encounter
S35.218D Other injury of celiac artery, subsequent encounter
S35.218S Other injury of celiac artery, sequela
S35.219A Unspecified injury of celiac artery, initial encounter
S35.219D Unspecified injury of celiac artery, subsequent encounter
S35.219S Unspecified injury of celiac artery, sequela
S35.291A Minor laceration of branches of celiac and mesenteric artery, initial encounter
S35.291D Minor laceration of branches of celiac and mesenteric artery, subsequent encounter
S35.291S Minor laceration of branches of celiac and mesenteric artery, sequela
S35.292A Major laceration of branches of celiac and mesenteric artery, initial encounter
S35.292D Major laceration of branches of celiac and mesenteric artery, subsequent encounter
S35.292S Major laceration of branches of celiac and mesenteric artery, sequela
S35.298A Other injury of branches of celiac and mesenteric artery, initial encounter
S35.298D Other injury of branches of celiac and mesenteric artery, subsequent encounter
S35.298S Other injury of branches of celiac and mesenteric artery, sequela
S35.299A Unspecified injury of branches of celiac and mesenteric artery, initial encounter
S35.299D Unspecified injury of branches of celiac and mesenteric artery, subsequent encounter
S35.299S Unspecified injury of branches of celiac and mesenteric artery, sequela
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