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709.09 - Other Dyschromia

The ICD 9 Code for Other dyschromia is listed as 709.09.
Additional information concerning this code and description can be found below including ICD 10 crosswalks / GEMS, and chapter information where available.
ICD 9 CM Field Value
Diagnosis Code: 709.09
Long Description: Other dyschromia
Short Description: Other dyschromia
Chapter: Diseases Of The Skin And Subcutaneous Tissue
Block: Other Diseases Of Skin And Subcutaneous Tissue (700-709)
Related Descriptions: Accidental and/or traumatic tattoo
Achromia of skin
Acquired hypermelanotic disorder
Acquired hypomelanosis of uncertain etiology
Acquired poikiloderma
Addisonian pigmentation of palms
Amateur decorative tattoo of skin
Arsenic-induced skin pigmentation
Atrial myxoma with lentigines
Axillary freckling due to neurofibromatosis
Bilirubin pigmentation of oral mucosa
Breast depigmented
Breast hypopigmented
Buccal pigmentation due to Addison's disease
Centrofacial lentiginosis syndrome
Chemically-induced hypomelanosis
Chloasma bronzinum
Chloasma cachecticorum
Chloasma caloricum
Chloasma hepaticum
Chloasma toxicum
Chloasma traumaticum
Chlorpromazine pigmentation
Circumscribed acquired hypermelanosis
Circumscribed hypermelanosis
Circumscribed hypomelanosis
Collier's stripes
Congenital/hereditary hypermelanotic disorder
Congenital/hereditary lentiginosis
Crystal violet tattoo
Decorative tattoo of skin
Drug-induced hypermelanosis
Drug-induced melasma
Drug-induced pigmentation
Eruptive lentiginosis
Familial multiple caf
Generalized acquired lentiginosis
Generalized lentiginosis
Genital lentiginosis
Halo nevus
Hemosiderin pigmentation of skin
Hereditary diffuse melanosis
Hereditary reticulate melanosis
Hereditary sclerosing poikiloderma
Hereditary sclerosing poikiloderma of Weary
Hypermelanosis due to acromegaly
Hypermelanosis due to adrenocorticotropic hormone/melanocyte stimulating hormone-secreting tumor
Hypermelanosis due to connective tissue disorder
Hypermelanosis due to cryotherapy
Hypermelanosis due to Cushing syndrome
Hypermelanosis due to endocrine disorder
Hypermelanosis due to Hodgkin's disease
Hypermelanosis due to hormonal factor
Hypermelanosis due to hyperthyroidism
Hypermelanosis due to malignant ACTH/MSH-secreting tumor
Hypermelanosis due to neoplasia
Hypermelanosis due to nervous system disorder
Hypermelanosis due to nutritional disorder
Hypermelanosis due to pheochromocytoma
Hypermelanosis due to photodynamic agent
Hypermelanosis due to phytophotodermatitis
Hypermelanosis following phototherapy for neonatal jaundice
Hypermelanosis of the eyelids due to hyperthyroidism
Hypermelanosis of undetermined etiology
Hyperpigmentation of skin
Hypomelanosis due to cryotherapy
Hypomelanosis due to scarring
Hypomelanosis surrounding malignant melanoma
Iatrogenic tattoo
Idiopathic chloasma
Idiopathic guttate hypomelanosis
Inherited cutaneous hyperpigmentation
Iron pigmentation of oral mucosa
Iron salt tattoo
Labial lentigo
Lentiginosis due to PUVA
Lentigo - freckle
Lentigo simplex
Leukoderma estivale
Lupus erythematosus-associated hypermelanosis
Lupus erythematosus-associated poikiloderma
Melanin pigmentation of oral mucosa
Melanoderma cachecticorum
Melanodermatitis toxica lichenoides
Melanosis of vulva
Mercury pigmentation of skin
Mucosal lentiginosis
Multiple caf
Multiple lentigines syndrome
Nevoid acquired lentiginosis
Nevoid lentiginosis
Nevus anemicus
Occupational tattoo
Oral melanocytic macule
Oral pigmentary incontinence
Parasitic melanoderma
Penile hypermelanosis
Periorbital hypermelanosis
Phylloid hypomelanosis
Pigmentary incontinence
Pigmentation (non-melanin) due to topically applied medicament
Pigmentation due to bismuth
Pigmented peribuccal erythrosis of Brocq
Pinna depigmented
Pinna hypopigmented
Poikiloderma due to cold injury
Poikiloderma due to connective tissue disease
Poikiloderma due to heat of infra-red radiation
Poikiloderma due to lichen planus
Poikiloderma due to photodynamic agent
Poikiloderma of Civatte
Poikilodermatous mycosis fungoides
Port-wine stain with oculocutaneous melanosis
Post-infective hypomelanosis
Postinflammatory skin pigmentation change
Presence of xanthochromia
Professional decorative tattoo of skin
Progressive pigmentary dermatosis
Progressive pigmentary dermatosis of Schamberg
Reticulate acropigmentation of Kitamura
Riehl's melanosis
Scleroderma-associated hypermelanosis
Scleroderma-associated poikiloderma
Senile lentigo
Senile melanoderma
Skin pigmentation due to hemosiderosis
Solar lentiginosis
Staining of skin
Symmetrical progressive leucopathy
Symptomatic chloasma
Systemic exogenous pigmentation of oral mucosa
Tattoo of skin
Unilateral acquired lentiginosis (situation)
Unilateral lentiginosis (situation)
Universal acquired melanosis
Vulvovaginal hypermelanosis
Yellow skin
ICD-10-CM Diagnosis Codes General Equivalence Mappings (GEMS):
ICD-10-CM Code: L81.8 - Other specified disorders of pigmentation (approximate)
ICD-9-CM Siblings (same level / similar specificity) of 709.09:
709.00 - Dyschromia, unspecified
709.01 - Vitiligo