seborrheic keratosis icd 10 is L82. ICD Code L82 “Seborrheic Keratosis” is part of the alphanumeric code system of the Tenth Revision of the International Statistical Classification of Diseases and Related Health Problems (ICD-10).
Code L82 is included in block L80 – L99 “Other diseases of the skin and subcutaneous tissue”. This block is included in Class XII “Diseases of the skin and subcutaneous tissue”.
Seborrheic keratosis ICD 10, L82 active substances
Below is a list of active substances belonging to the ICD-10 code L82 (names of pharmacological groups and a list of trade names associated with this code).
According to the WHO classification, there are 7 types of seborrheic keratosis:
- adenoid or reticular
- clonal with intraepidermal proliferation of the epithelioma type
- inverted follicular keratosis
- benign squamous cell keratosis
Code Tree and Seborrheic keratosis icd 10 code
- L00-L99 – Diseases of the skin and subcutaneous tissue
- L80-L99 – Other disorders of the skin and subcutaneous tissue
- L82 – Seborrheic keratosis
- L82.0 – Inflamed seborrheic keratosis
- L82.1 – Other seborrheic keratosis
Clinical classification of Seborrheic keratosis
- The classic type of seborrheic keratosis
- multiple families
- Special forms of seborrheic keratosis
- stucco keratosis (verrucous keratoelastoidosis, stucco keratosis)
- black papular dermatosis (Dermatosis papulosa nigra)
- melanoacanthoma of the skin (Melanoacanthoma)
- oral melanoacanthoma (Oral melanoacanthoma)
- Leser-Trelat syndrome
Definition and general information of Seborrheic keratosis
Synonyms: basal cell papilloma, seborrheic wart, senile wart
Seborrheic keratosis ICD 10 code L82 is a benign skin tumor in old and senile age, single or multiple, hyperpigmented spot, plaque or knot with a smooth, scaly, or verrucous surface, with the pronounced hyperkeratosis. It is characterized by the proliferation of spiny and basaloid cells with the formation of horny cysts.
Etiology and pathogenesis of Seborrheic keratosis
In the keratotic type (the most common), significant hyperkeratosis, acanthosis, and papillomatosis are found. The stratum corneum invaginates in places into the epidermis, resulting in the formation of cystic cavities filled with stratum corneum (pseudo-horny cysts). The acantotic variant is characterized by a sharp thickening of the epidermis, while hyperkeratosis and papillomatosis are insignificant. There are a large number of pseudo-horny cysts. The adenoid type is characterized by numerous thin stripes consisting of two rows of cells that resemble basal cell epithelioma cells. The stripes branch and intertwine and usually contain significant amounts of melanin. There are no cystic inclusions of horny masses.
Seborrheic keratosis ICD 10 Clinical manifestations
Clearly delimited spotty, plaque-like, or nodular elements from 2-3 mm to 1 cm or more, varying degrees of pigmentation, with a warty surface containing horny plugs, often covered with dry keratotic masses. It usually occurs in people over 50 years old, localized in any areas of the skin, but mainly on the skin of the trunk. Growth is slow. A sudden disseminated spread of seborrheic keratomas may be a paraneoplastic sign ( Leser-Trelatt syndrome ).
See also, Stucco keratosis
Seborrheic Keratosis ICD 10 code L82: Diagnosis
Differential diagnosis of Seborrheic Keratosis ICD 10, code L82 is carried out with actinic keratosis (flat, rough on palpation, small elements of skin color), eccrine pore (more often single elements on the palms and soles), melanoma (uneven polychromatic color and borders).
Seborrheic Keratosis: Treatment
Electrocoagulation, cryodestruction, laser coagulation. With massive keratotic layers, it is advisable to pre-apply 1% salicylic acid ointment for 3-5 days.