ICD-10 Code
International Classification of Diseases, 10th Revision
Jul 05, 2017

See: Other congenital malformations, not elsewhere classified

  ICD-10 Code for Congenital malformations of other endocrine glands Q89.2

Q89.2 is a valid1 ICD 10 diagnosis code.

Q89.2 is valid for submission for HIPAA-covered transactions.

Chapter 17 Congenital malformations, deformations and chromosomal abnormalities (Q00-Q99)
Section Q80-Q89 Other congenital malformations (Q80-Q89)
Category Q89 Other congenital malformations, not elsewhere classified

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Inclusion Term
  • Congenital malformation of parathyroid or thyroid gland
  • Persistent thyroglossal duct
  • Thyroglossal cyst
Excludes1
  • congenital goiter (E03.0)
  • congenital hypothyroidism (E03.1)
See also ICD 10 code for

Related Terms to “Congenital malformations of other endocrine glands”

  • Aberrant(congenital)See also Malposition, congenital
    • endocrine gland NEC - Q89.2
    • parathyroid gland - Q89.2
    • pituitary gland - Q89.2
    • thymus(gland) - Q89.2
    • thyroid gland - Q89.2
  • Absence(of) (organ or part) (complete or partial)
    • endocrine gland NEC(congenital) - Q89.2
    • parathyroid gland(acquired) - E89.2
      • congenital - Q89.2
    • pituitary gland(congenital) - Q89.2
    • thymus gland - Q89.2
  • Accessory(congenital)
    • endocrine gland NEC - Q89.2
    • parathyroid gland - Q89.2
    • pituitary gland - Q89.2
    • thymus gland - Q89.2
    • thyroid gland - Q89.2
  • Agenesis
    • endocrine NEC(gland) - Q89.2
    • parathyroid(gland) - Q89.2
    • pituitary(gland) - Q89.2
    • thymus(gland) - Q89.2
  • Anomaly, anomalous(congenital) (unspecified type) - Q89.9
    • endocrine gland NEC - Q89.2
    • hypophyseal - Q89.2
    • parathyroid gland - Q89.2
    • pituitary(gland) - Q89.2
    • thymus gland - Q89.2
    • thyroid(gland) - Q89.2
  • Cyst(colloid) (mucous) (simple) (retention)
    • congenital NEC - Q89.8
      • thymus(gland) - Q89.2
    • thyroglossal duct(infected) (persistent) - Q89.2
    • thyrolingual duct(infected) (persistent) - Q89.2
  • Deformity - Q89.9
    • endocrine gland NEC - Q89.2
    • hypophyseal(congenital) - Q89.2
    • parathyroid(gland) - Q89.2
    • pituitary(congenital) - Q89.2
    • thymus(tissue) (congenital) - Q89.2
    • thyroid(gland) (congenital) - Q89.2
  • Distortion(s) (congenital)
    • endocrine NEC - Q89.2
    • parathyroid(gland) - Q89.2
    • pituitary(gland) - Q89.2
    • thymus(gland) - Q89.2
    • thyroid(gland) - Q89.2
  • Ectopic, ectopia(congenital)
    • thyroid - Q89.2
  • Fistula(cutaneous) - L98.8
    • thyroglossal duct - Q89.2
  • Goiter(plunging) (substernal) - E04.9
    • lingual - Q89.2
  • Hypoplasia, hypoplastic
    • endocrine NEC(gland) - Q89.2
    • parathyroid(gland) - Q89.2
    • pituitary(gland) (congenital) - Q89.2
    • thymus(gland) - Q89.2
  • Malformation(congenital)See also Anomaly
    • parathyroid gland - Q89.2
    • thyroid gland - Q89.2
  • Malposition
    • congenital
      • endocrine NEC(gland) - Q89.2
      • parathyroid(gland) - Q89.2
      • pituitary(gland) - Q89.2
      • thymus(gland) - Q89.2
      • thyroid(gland) (tissue) - Q89.2
  • NasopharyngealSee also condition
    • pituitary gland - Q89.2
  • Persistence, persistent(congenital)
    • thyroglossal duct - Q89.2
    • thyrolingual duct - Q89.2
  • Remnant
    • thyroglossal duct - Q89.2
  • Retrosternal thyroid(congenital) - Q89.2
  • Substernal thyroid - E04.9
    • congenital - Q89.2
  • ThyroglossalSee also condition
    • cyst - Q89.2
    • duct, persistent - Q89.2
  • Thyroid(gland) (body)See also condition
    • lingual - Q89.2
  • Thyrolingual duct, persistent - Q89.2
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