MG30.0 Chronic primary pain
International Classification of Diseases for Mortality and Morbidity Statistics, 11th Revision, v2020-09
Chronic primary pain is chronic pain in one or more anatomical regions that is characterised by significant emotional distress (anxiety, anger/frustration or depressed mood) or functional disability (interference in daily life activities and reduced participation in social roles). Chronic primary pain is multifactorial: biological, psychological and social factors contribute to the pain syndrome. The diagnosis is appropriate independently of identified biological or psychological contributors unless another diagnosis would better account for the presenting symptoms.
sections/codes in this section (MG30.0-MG30.0)
- Chronic primary visceral pain (MG30.00)
- Chronic widespread pain (MG30.01)
- Chronic primary musculoskeletal pain (MG30.02)
- Chronic primary headache or orofacial pain (MG30.03)
- Other specified chronic primary pain (MG30.0Y)
- Chronic primary pain, unspecified (MG30.0Z)
Other chronic pain diagnoses to be considered are chronic cancer-related pain, chronic postsurgical or posttraumatic pain, chronic neuropathic pain, chronic secondary headache or orofacial pain, chronic secondary visceral pain and chronic secondary musculoskeletal pain.
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