According to ICD-10-CM guidelines, R10 is ICD 10 Codes For Abdominal and pelvic pain. ICD-10 Diagnosis Code R10.9 Unspecified abdominal pain – ICD List. Get more information for lower abdominal pain ICD 10, pelvic pain ICD 10.
The R10 ICD-10 codes are listed by the severity of abdominal pain, with the most painful condition. R10.0 (Acute abdomen) appears first, followed by the more general terms of pain R10.12 (example, left upper quadrant abdominal pain) with the lowest levels on the intensity scale, tenderness and rebound tenderness, R10.8 (Other abdominal pain) codes following.
|ICD 10 Code #||Code Description|
|R10||Abdominal and pelvic pain|
|R10.1||Pain localized to the upper abdomen|
|R10.2||Pelvic and perineal pain|
|R10.3||Pain localized to other parts of the lower abdomen|
|R10.8||Other abdominal pain|
|R10.9||Unspecified abdominal pain|
|R10.10||Upper abdominal pain, unspecified|
|R10.11||Right upper quadrant pain|
|R10.12||Left upper quadrant pain|
|R10.30||Lower abdominal pain, unspecified|
|R10.31||Right lower quadrant pain|
|R10.32||Left lower quadrant pain|
|R10.82||Rebound abdominal tenderness|
|R10.84||Generalized abdominal pain|
|R10.811||Right upper quadrant abdominal tenderness|
||Left upper quadrant abdominal tenderness|
||Right lower quadrant abdominal tenderness|
|R10.815||Periumbilical abdominal tenderness|
|R10.816||Epigastric abdominal tenderness|
|R10.817||Generalized abdominal tenderness|
||Abdominal tenderness, unspecified site|
||Periumbilical rebound abdominal tenderness|
||Epigastric rebound abdominal tenderness|
||Generalized rebound abdominal tenderness|
Abdominal pain is pain that occurs between the chest and pelvic regions. Abdominal pain can be crampy, achy, dull, intermittent or sharp. It’s also called a stomachache.
Inflammation or diseases that affect the organs in the abdomen can cause abdominal pain. Cramps associated with menstruation are also a potential source of lower abdominal pain, but more commonly these are known to cause pelvic pain.
Common Causes of abdominal pain include:
- gastroenteritis (stomach flu)
- acid reflux (when stomach contents leak backward into the esophagus, causing heartburn and other symptoms)