DA09 Diseases of pulp or periapical tissues
International Classification of Diseases for Mortality and Morbidity Statistics, 11th Revision, v2022-02
Dental pulp is that part of the tooth located in the centre of the coronal portion underneath dentin and composed of connective tissue, blood vessels and nerve endings. Periapical tissues are designated as those located at the tip of the tooth root surrounding the apical foramen.
sections/codes in this section (DA09-DA09)
- Pulpitis (DA09.0)
- Necrosis of pulp (DA09.1)
- Pulp abscess (DA09.2)
- Phoenix abscess (DA09.3)
- Pulp degeneration (DA09.4)
- Abnormal hard tissue formation in pulp (DA09.5)
- Periapical abscess (DA09.6)
- Periapical periodontitis (DA09.7)
- Radicular cyst (DA09.8)
- Other specified diseases of pulp or periapical tissues (DA09.Y)
- Diseases of pulp or periapical tissues, unspecified (DA09.Z)
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