1E80, 1E81, 1E82, 1E83, 1E8Z

Human Papillomavirus Of Skin Or Mucous Membrane – ICD 11 Codes

Definition of Human Papillomavirus Infection Of Skin Or Mucous Membrane: Infection of the skin and mucous membranes by the human papillomavirus (HPV), the agent responsible for viral warts in humans. Clinical manifestations depend on the virus subtype and the anatomical site involved.

Coded Elsewhere:

  • Anogenital warts (1A95)

Common warts

Definition of Common warts: Common warts are due to an infection of the epidermis by certain human papilloma viruses, most commonly HPV subtypes 1,2,4,27 and 57. They manifest typically as papillomatous, keratinous growths on the hands and feet but may affect any part of the skin (and also adjacent mucous epithelia). They are very common during childhood and adolescence.

ICD 11 Code For Common warts

  1E80  Common warts

Exclusions:

  • Warts of lips or oral cavity (1E82)

1E80.0 Digital or periungual warts

Definition of Digital or periungual warts: Viral warts affecting the fingers, thumbs or non-plantar (or non-weight-bearing) skin of the toes. They are often difficult to eradicate, particularly if the nail folds are involved, but most will eventually resolve spontaneously.

Exclusions:

  • Plantar warts (1E80.1)

1E80.1 Plantar warts

Definition of Plantar warts: Viral warts affecting the plantar surfaces of the feet including the weight-bearing skin of the toes. They are often painful and are difficult to eradicate. In most cases, however, they do eventually resolve spontaneously.

1E80.Y Other specified common warts

Plane warts

Definition of Plane warts: Plane warts (flat warts) are clinically distinct from common warts and manifest as multiple small flat-topped, often lightly pigmented papules on the face or extremities. They are caused by human papillomavirus (HPV) subtypes 3 and 10.

ICD 11 Code For Plane warts

  1E81  Plane warts

Warts of lips or oral cavity

Definition of Warts of lips or oral cavity: Infection of the lips and/or oral cavity, particularly the keratinized surfaces of the gingiva and palate, with “skin” type human papillomavirus (types 2 and 4). Focal epithelial hyperplasia (Heck disease) is a specific form of oral human papillomavirus infection caused by types 13 or 32 and of high prevalence in certain communities in the Americas.

ICD 11 Code For Warts of lips or oral cavity

  1E82  Warts of lips or oral cavity

1E82.0 Focal epithelial hyperplasia of oral mucous membranes

Definition of Focal epithelial hyperplasia of oral mucous membranes. Otherwise known as Heck disease, this is due to infection of the oral mucosa by human papillomavirus types 13 or 32. It most commonly presents as multiple smooth mucosal papules, giving rise to a cobblestone appearance. It is particularly common in children from native communities of the Americas with incidence rates of up to 30% reported.

Wart virus proliferation in immune-deficient states

Definition of Wart virus proliferation in immune-deficient states: Enhanced proliferation of human papillomavirus as a result of a failure of immune surveillance. This may be due to a genetic defect, disease or iatrogenic immunosuppression.

ICD 11 Code For Wart virus proliferation in immune-deficient states

  1E83  Wart virus proliferation in immune-deficient states

Viral warts not elsewhere classified

ICD 11 Code For Viral warts not elsewhere classified

  1E8Z  Viral warts not elsewhere classified

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