9A77 Corneal scars or opacities
International Classification of Diseases for Mortality and Morbidity Statistics, 11th Revision, v2020-09
Corneal opacity occurs when the cornea is scarred by a variety of infectious and inflammatory eye diseases. These scars stop light from passing through the cornea to the retina and may cause the cornea which is normally transparent to appear white or clouded over.
- Anterior corneal pigmentations (9A78.1)
- Posterior corneal pigmentations (9A78.1)
- Stromal corneal pigmentations (9A78.1)
sections/codes in this section (9A77-9A77)
- Contact lens-associated corneal infiltrates (9A77.0)
- Adherent leukoma (9A77.1)
- Other specified corneal scars or opacities (9A77.Y)
- Corneal scars or opacities, unspecified (9A77.Z)
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