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1 V61.20 COUNSELING/CHILD PARENT COUNSELING FOR PARENT CHILD PROBLEM, UNSPECIFIED Mental Retardation V62.89 PSYCHOLOGICAL STRESS NECOTHER PSYCHOLOGICAL OR PHYSICAL STRESS, NOT ELSEWHERE Mental Retardation V71.01 RBSV ADULT ANTISOC BEHAVOBSERVATION OF ADULT ANTISOCIAL BEHAVIOR Mental Illness V71.02 OBSV ADOLESC ANTISOC BEHOBSERVATION OF CHILDHOOD OR ADOLESCENT ANTISOCIAL BEHAVIOR Mental Illness V71.09 OBSERV MENTAL COND NEC OBSERVATION OF OTHER SUSPECTED MENTAL CONDITION Mental Illness DELIRIUM TREMENS ALCOHOL WITHDRAWAL DELIRIUM Mental Illness ALCOHOL AMNESTIC DISORDEALCOHOL INDUCED PERSISTING AMNESTIC DISORDER Mental Illness ALCOHOLIC DEMENTIA NEC ALCOHOL INDUCED PERSISTING DEMENTIA Mental Illness ALCOHOL HALLUCINOSIS ALCOHOL INDUCED PSYCHOTIC DISORDER WITH HALLUCINATIONS Mental Illness ALCOHOLIC DELUSIONS ALCOHOL INDUCED PSYCOTIC DISORDER WITH DELUSIONS Mental Illness ALCOHOL WITHDRAWAL ALCOHOL WITHDRAWL Mental Illness SLEEP DISORDERS, ALCOHOLALCOHOL INDUCED SLEEP DISORDERS Mental Illness ALCOHOL PSYCHOSIS OTHER SPECIFIED ALCOHOLIC PSYCHOSIS, NOT ELSEWHERE SPECIFIED Mental Illness ALCOHOL INDUCED MENTAL UNSPECIFIED ALCOHOL INDUCED MENTAL DISORDERS Mental Illness DRUG WITHDRAWAL DRUG WITHDRAWAL Mental Illness DRUG INDUCED DELUSIONS DRUG INDUCED PSYCHOTIC DISORDER WITH DELUSIONS Mental Illness DRUG HALLUCINOSIS DRUG INDUCED PSYCHOTIC DISORDER WITH HALLUCINATIONS Mental Illness DRUG INDUCED DELIRIUM DRUG INDUCED DELIRIUM Mental Illness DRUG INDUCED DEMENTIA DRUG INDUCED PERSISTING DEMENTIA Mental Illness DRUG AMNESTIC DISORDER DRUG INDUCED PERSISTING AMNESTIC DISORDER Mental Illness DRUG DEPRESSIVE DISORDERDRUG INDUCED MOOD DISORDER Mental Illness SLEEP DISORDER, DRUG DRUG INDUCED SLEEP DISORDERS Mental Illness DRUG MENTAL DISORDER NECOTHER SPECIFIED DRUG INDUCED MENTAL DISORDERS Mental Illness DRUG MENTAL DISORDER NOSUNSPECIFIED DRUG INDUCED MENTAL DISORDER Mental Illness DELIRIUM D/T CONDITIONS DELIRIUM DUE TO CONDITIONS CLASSIFIED ELSEWHERE Mental Illness PSYCHOTIC DELUSIONS PSYCHOTIC DISORDER WITH DELUSIONS IN CONDITIONS CLASSIFIED ELSEWHERE Mental Illness PSYCHOTIC DISORDER PSYCHOTIC DISORDER WITH HALLUCINATIONS IN COND ELSEWHERE Mental Illness MOOD DISORDER MOOD DISORDER IN CONDITIONS CLASSIFIED ELSEWHERE Mental Illness TRANSIENT ORG MENTAL NECOTHER SPECIFIED TRANSIENT ORGANIC MENTAL DISORDERS Mental Illness TRANSIENT MENTAL DISORDEUNSPECIFIED TRANSIENT MENTAL DISORDER IN COND CLASSIFIED ELSEWHERE Mental Illness AMNESTIC SYNDROME AMNESTIC SYNDROME Mental Illness MENTAL DISORDERS UNSPECIFIED MENTAL DISORDERS DUE TO CONDITIONS CLASSIFIED ELSEWHERE Mental Illness SIMPL SCHIZOPHREN UNSPECSIMPLE TYPE SCHIZOPHRENIA, UNSPECIFIED STATE Mental Illness Page 1 of 9

2 295.1 HEBEPHRENIA DISORGANIZED TYPE SCHIZOPHRENIA Mental Illness HEBEPHRENIA UNSPEC DISORGANIZED TYPE SCHIZOPHRENIA, UNSPECIFIED STATE Mental Illness CATATONIC SCHIZOPHRENIA CATATONIC TYPE SCHIZOPHRENIA Mental Illness CATATONIA UNSPEC CATATONIC TYPE SCHIZOPHRENIA, UNSPECIFIED STATE Mental Illness PARANOID SCHIZOPHRENIA PARANOID TYPE SCHIZOPHRENIA Mental Illness PARANOID SCHIZO UNSPEC PARANOID TYPE SCHIZOPHRENIA, UNSPECIFIED STATE Mental Illness AC SCHIZOPHRENIA UNSPEC ACUTE SCHIZOPHRENIC EPISODE, UNSPECIFIED STATE Mental Illness RESIDUAL TYPE RESIDUAL TYPE Mental Illness RESID SCHIZOPHREN UNSP RESIDUAL SCHIZOPHRENIA, UNSPECIFIED STATE Mental Illness RESID SCHIZOPHREN SUBCHRRESIDUAL SCHIZOPHRENIA, SUBCHRONIC STATE Mental Illness SCHIZOAFFECTIVE DISORDERSCHIZOAFFECTIVE DISORDER Mental Illness SCHIZOAFFECTIVE UNSPEC SCHIZO AFFECTIVE TYPE SCHIZOPHRENIA, UNSPECIFIED STATE Mental Illness SCHIZOPHRENIA NOS UNSPECIFIED SCHIZOPHRENIA Mental Illness SCHIZOPHRENIA NOS UNSPECUNSPECIFIED SCHIZOPHRENIA, UNSPECIFIED STATE Mental Illness MANIC DIS, SINGL EPISODEMANIC DISORDER, SINGLE EPISODE Mental Illness MANIC DISORDER UNSPEC MANIC DISORDER, SINGLE EPISODE, UNSPECIFIED DEGREE Mental Illness MANIC DISORDER MILD MANIC DISORDER, SINGLE EPISODE, MILD DEGREE Mental Illness MANIC DISORDER MOD MANIC DISORDER, SINGLE EPISODE, MODERATE DEGREE Mental Illness MANIC DISORDER SEVERE MANIC DISORDER, SINGLE EPISODE, SEVERE DEGREE, WITHOUT MENTION OF Mental Illness MANIC DIS SEVERE W PSYCHMANIC DISORDER, SINGLE EPISODE, SEVERE DEGREE, SPECIFIED AS WITH Mental Illness MANIC DIS PARTIAL REMISSMANIC DISORDER, SINGLE EPISODE, IN PARTIAL OR UNSPECIFIED REMISSION Mental Illness MANIC DIS FULL REMISSIONMANIC DISORDER, SINGLE EPISODE, IN FULL REMISSION Mental Illness MANIC, RECURRENT EPISODEMANIC DISORDER, RECURRENT EPISODE Mental Illness DEPR PSYCH, SINGL EPISODMAJOR DEPRESSIVE DISORDER, SINGLE EPISODE Mental Illness DEPRESS PSYCHOSIS UNSPECMAJOR DEPRESSIVE DISORDER, SINGLE EPISODE, UNSPECIFIED DEGREE Mental Illness DEPRESS PSYCHOSIS MILD MAJOR DEPRESSIVE DISORDER, SINGLE EPISODE, MILD DEGREE Mental Illness DEPRESSIVE PSYCHOSIS MODMAJOR DEPRESSIVE DISORDER, SINGLE EPISODE, MODERATE DEGREE Mental Illness DEPRESS PSYCHOSIS SEVEREMAJOR DEPRESSIVE DISORDER, SINGLE EPISODE, SEVERE DEGREE, WITHOUT Mental Illness DEPR PSYCHOS SEV W PSYCHMAJOR DEPRESSIVE DISORDER, SINGLE EPISODE, SEVERE DEGREE, SPECIFIED Mental Illness DEPR PSYCHOS PART REMISSMAJOR DEPRESSIVE DISORDER, SINGLE EPISODE, IN PARTIAL OR UNSPECIFIED Mental Illness DEPR PSYCHOS FULL REMISSMAJOR DEPRESSIVE DISORDER, SINGLE EPISODE IN FULL REMISSION Mental Illness DEPR PSYCH, RECUR EPISODMAJOR DEPRESSIVE DISORDER, RECURRENT EPISODE Mental Illness RECURR DEPR PSYCHOS UNSPMAJOR DEPRESSIVE DISORDER, RECURRENT EPISODE, UNSPECIFIED DEGREE Mental Illness Page 2 of 9

3 RECURR DEPR PSYCHOS MILDMAJOR DEPRESSIVE DISORDER, RECURRENT EPISODE, MILD DEGREE Mental Illness RECURR DEPR PSYCHOS MOD MAJOR DEPRESSIVE DISORDER, RECURRENT EPISODE, MODERATE DEGREE Mental Illness RECUR DEPR PSYCH SEVERE MAJOR DEPRESSIVE DISORDER, RECURRENT EPISODE, SEVERE DEGREE, WITHOUT Mental Illness REC DEPR PSYCH PSYCHOTICMAJOR DEPRESSIVE DISORDER, RECURRENT EPISODE, SEVERE DEGREE, Mental Illness RECUR DEPR PSYC PART REMMAJOR DEPRESSIVE DISORDER, RECURRENT EPISODE, IN PARTIAL OR Mental Illness RECUR DEPR PSYC FULL REMMAJOR DEPRESSIVE DISORDER, RECURRENT EPISODE, IN FULL REMISSION Mental Illness BIPOLAR I DISORDER BIPOLAR I, MOST RECENT EPISODE (OR CURRENT) MANIAC Mental Illness BIPOL AFF, MANIC UNSPEC BIPOLAR AFFECTIVE DISORDER, MANIC, UNSPECIFIED DEGREE Mental Illness BIPOLAR AFF, MANIC MILD BIPOLAR AFFECTIVE DISORDER, MANIC, MILD DEGREE Mental Illness BIPOLAR AFFEC, MANIC MODBIPOLAR AFFECTIVE DISORDER, MANIC, MODERATE DEGREE Mental Illness BIPOL AFF, MANIC SEVERE BIPOLAR AFFECTIVE DISORDER, MANIC, SEVERE DEGREE, WITHOUT Mental Illness BIPOL MANIC SEV W PSYCH BIPOLAR AFFECTIVE DISORDER, MANIC, SEVERE DEGREE, SPECIFIED Mental Illness BIPOL AFF MANIC PART REMBIPOLAR AFFECTIVE DISORDER, MANIC, IN PARTIAL OR UNSPECIFIED Mental Illness BIPOL AFF MANIC FULL REMBIPOLAR AFFECTIVE DISORDER, MANIC, IN FULL REMISSION Mental Illness BIPOLAR I DISORDER BIPOLAR I DISORDER, MOST RECENT EPISODE (OR CURRENT)DEPRESSED Mental Illness BIPOLAR AFF, DEPR UNSPECBIPOLAR AFFECTIVE DISORDER, DEPRESSED, UNSPECIFIED DEGREE Mental Illness BIPOLAR AFFEC, DEPR MILDBIPOLAR AFFECTIVE DISORDER, DEPRESSED, MILD DEGREE Mental Illness BIPOLAR AFFEC, DEPR MOD BIPOLAR AFFECTIVE DISORDER, DEPRESSED, MODERATE DEGREE Mental Illness BIPOL AFF, DEPR SEVERE BIPOLAR AFFECTIVE DISORDER, DEPRESSED, SEVERE DEGREE, Mental Illness BIPOL DEPR SEV W PSYCH BIPOLAR AFFECTIVE DISORDER, DEPRESSED, SEVERE DEGREE, Mental Illness BIPOL AFF DEPR PART REM BIPOLAR AFFECTIVE DISORDER, DEPRESSED, IN PARTIAL OR Mental Illness BIPOL AFF DEPR FULL REM BIPOLAR AFFECTIVE DISORDER, DEPRESSED, IN FULL REMISSION Mental Illness BIPOLAR I DISORDER BIPOLAR I DISORDER, MOST RECENT EPISODE (OR CURRENT)MIXED Mental Illness BIPOL AFF, MIXED UNSPEC BIPOLAR AFFECTIVE DISORDER, MIXED, UNSPECIFIED DEGREE Mental Illness BIPOLAR AFF, MIXED MILD BIPOLAR AFFECTIVE DISORDER, MIXED, MILD DEGREE Mental Illness BIPOLAR AFFEC, MIXED MODBIPOLAR AFFECTIVE DISORDER, MIXED, MODERATE DEGREE Mental Illness BIPOL AFF, MIXED SEVERE BIPOLAR AFFECTIVE DISORDER, MIXED, SEVERE DEGREE, Mental Illness BIPOL MIXED SEV W PSYCH BIPOLAR AFFECTIVE DISORDER, MIXED, SEVERE DEGREE, Mental Illness BIPOL AFF, MIX PART REM BIPOLAR AFFECTIVE DISORDER, MIXED, IN PARTIAL OR Mental Illness BIPOL AFF, MIX FULL REM BIPOLAR AFFECTIVE DISORDER, MIXED, IN FULL REMISSION Mental Illness BIPOLAR I DISORDER BIPOLAR I DISORDER, MOST RECENT EPISODE (OR CURRENT)UNSPECIFIED Mental Illness BIPOLAR DISORDER NOS BIPOLAR DISORDER NOS Mental Illness BIPOLAR DISORDERS OTHER AND UNSPECIFIED BIPOLAR DISORDERS Mental Illness Page 3 of 9

4 MANIC DEPRESSIVE NOS MANIC DEPRESSIVE PSYCHOSIS, UNSPECIFIED Mental Illness MANIC DEPRESSIVE NEC OTHER MANIC DEPRESSIVE PSYCHOSIS Mental Illness EPISODIC MOOD DISORDER OTHER AND UNSPECIFIED EPISODIC MOOD DISORDER Mental Illness AFFECTIVE PSYCHOSIS NOS UNSPECIFIED AFFECTIVE PSYCHOSIS Mental Illness DELUSIONAL DISORDER DELUSIONAL DISORDER Mental Illness DELUSIONAL DISORDER DELUSIONAL DISORDER Mental Illness PSYCHOTIC DISORDER SHARED PSYCHOTIC DISORDER Mental Illness INDUCED PSYCHOTIC DISORDINDUCED PSYCHOTIC DISORDER Mental Illness REACT DEPRESS PSYCHOSIS DEPRESSIVE TYPE PSYCHOSIS Mental Illness REACT PSYCHOSIS NEC/NOS OTHER AND UNSPECIFIED REACTIVE PSYCHOSIS Mental Illness BRIEF REACTIVE PSYCHOSISBRIEF REACTIVE PSYCHOSIS Mental Illness PSYCHOSIS NOS UNSPECIFIED PSYCHOSIS Mental Illness PSYCHOTIC DISORDER NOS PSYCHOTIC DISORDER NOS Mental Illness INFANTILE AUTISM INFANTILE AUTISM Mental Retardation INFANTILE AUTISM ACTIVE INFANTILE AUTISM, CURRENT OR ACTIVE STATE Mental Retardation DISINTEGR PSYCH ACTIVE DISINTEGRATIVE PSYCHOSIS, CURRENT OR ACTIVE STATE Mental Illness CHILD PSYCHOS NEC ACTIVEOTHER SPECIFIED EARLY CHILDHOOD PSYCHOSES, CURRENT OR ACTIVE Mental Illness PERVASIVE DISORDER UNSPECIFIED PERVASIVE DEVELOPMENTAL DISORDER Mental Retardation ANXIETY STATES ANXIETY STATES Mental Illness PANIC DISORDER PANIC DISORDER WITHOUT AGORAPHOBIA Mental Illness GENERALIZED ANXIETY DIS GENERALIZED ANXIETY DISORDER Mental Illness ANXIETY STATE NEC OTHER ANXIETY STATES Mental Illness HYSTERIA NOS HYSTERIA, UNSPECIFIED Mental Illness CONVERSION DISORDER CONVERSION DISORDER Mental Illness DISSOCIATIVE AMNESIA DISSOCIATIVE AMNESIA Mental Illness DISSOCIATIVE FUGUE DISSOCIATIVE FUGUE Mental Illness DISSOCIATIVE IDENTITY DISSOCIATIVE IDENTITY DISORDER Mental Illness DISSOCIATIVE REACT NOS DISSOCIATIVE DISORDER OR REACTION, UNSPECIFIED Mental Illness FACTITIOUS DISORDER FACTITIOUS DISORDER WITH PSYCH SIGNS AND SYMPTOMS Mental Illness FACTITIOUS ILL NEC/NOS OTHER AND UNSPECIFIED FACTITIOUS ILLNESS Mental Illness AGORAPHOBIA WITH PANIC AGORAPHOBIA WITH PANIC DISORDER Mental Illness AGORAPHOBIA W/O PANIC AGORAPHOBIA WITHOUT MENTION OF PANIC ATTACKS Mental Illness SOCIAL PHOBIA SOCIAL PHOBIA Mental Illness Page 4 of 9

5 ISOLATED PHOBIAS NEC OTHER ISOLATED OR SPECIFIC PHOBIAS Mental Illness OBSESSIVE COMPULSIVE DISOBSESSIVE COMPULSIVE DISORDERS Mental Illness DYSTHYMIC DISORDER DYSTHYMIC DISORDER Mental Illness DEPERSONALIZATION DISORDDEPERSONALIZATION DISORDER Mental Illness HYPOCHONDRIASIS HYPOCHONDRIASIS Mental Illness SOMATIZATION DISORDER SOMATIZATION DISORDER Mental Illness SOMATAFORM DISORDER UNDIFFERENTIATED SOMATOFORM DISORDER Mental Illness NONPSYCH DISORDER UNSPECIFIED NONPSYCHOTIC MENTAL DISORDER Mental Illness PARANOID PERSONALITY PARANOID PERSONALITY DISORDER Mental Illness AFFECTIVE PERSONALITY AFFECTIVE PERSONALITY DISORDER Mental Illness AFFECTIV PERSONALITY NOSAFFECTIVE PERSONALITY DISORDER, UNSPECIFIED Mental Illness CYCLOTHYMIC DISORDER CYCLOTHYMIC DISORDER Mental Illness SCHIZOID PERSONALITY SCHIZOID PERSONALITY DISORDER Mental Illness SCHIZOID PERSONALITY NOSSCHIZOID PERSONALITY DISORDER, UNSPECIFIED Mental Illness SCHIZOTYPAL PERSONALITY SCHIZOTYPAL PERSONALITY DISORDER Mental Illness EXPLOSIVE PERSONALITY EXPLOSIVE PERSONALITY DISORDER Mental Illness OBSES COMPUL PERSONALITYOBSESIVE COMPULSIVE PERSONALITY DISORDER Mental Illness HISTRIONIC PERSON NOS HISTRIONIC PERSONALITY DISORDER, UNSPECIFIED Mental Illness DEPENDENT PERSONALITY DEPENDENT PERSONALITY DISORDER Mental Illness ANTISOCIAL PERSONALITY ANTISOCIAL PERSONALITY DISORDER Mental Illness ANTISOCIAL PERSONALITY ANTISOCIAL PERSONALITY DISORDER Mental Illness NARCISSISTIC PERSONALITYNARCISSISTIC PERSONALITY DISORDER Mental Illness AVOIDANT PERSONALITY AVOIDANT PERSONALITY DISORDER Mental Illness BORDERLINE PERSONALITY BORDERLINE PERSONALITY DISORDER Mental Illness PERSONALITY DISORDER NOSUNSPECIFIED PERSONALITY DISORDER Mental Illness PEDOPHILIA PEDOPHILIA Mental Illness TRANSVESTIC FETISHISM TRANSVESTIC FETISHISM Mental Illness EXHIBITIONISM EXHIBITIONISM Mental Illness GENDER ID DISORDER GENDER IDENTITY DISORDER IN CHILDREN Mental Illness PSYCHOSEXUAL DYSFUNC NOSPSYCHOSEXUAL DYSFUNCTION, UNSPECIFIED Mental Illness HYPOACTIVE SEXUAL DISORDHYPOACTIVE SEXUAL DESIRE DISORDER Mental Illness INHIBITED SEX EXCITEMENTPSYCHOSEXUAL DYSFUNCTION WITH INHIBITED SEXUAL EXCITEMENT Mental Illness FEMALE ORGASMIC DISORDERFEMALE ORGASMIC DISORDER Mental Illness Page 5 of 9

6 MALE ORGASMIC DISORDER MALE ORGASMIC DISORDER Mental Illness PREMATURE EJACULATION PREMATURE EJACULATION Mental Illness DYSPAREUNIA, PSYCHOGENICDYSPARENUIS, PSYCHOGENIC Mental Illness PSYCHOSEXUAL DYSFUNC NECPSYCHOSEXUAL DYSFUNCTION WITH OTHER SPECIFIED PSYCHOSEXUAL Mental Illness FETISHISM FETISHISM Mental Illness VOYEURISM VOYEURISM Mental Illness SEXUAL MASOCHISM SEXUAL MASOCHISM Mental Illness SEXUAL SADISM SEXUAL SADISM Mental Illness GENDER IDENT DIS GENDER IDENTITY DISORDER IN ADOLESCENTS OR ADULTS Mental Illness PSYCHOSEXUAL DIS NEC OTHER SPECIFIED PSYCHOSEXUAL DISORDERS Mental Illness PSYCHOSEXUAL DIS NOS UNSPECIFIED PSYCHOSEXUAL DISORDER Mental Illness AC ALCOHOL INTOX UNSPEC ACUTE ALCOHOLIC INTOXICATION IN ALCOHOLISM, UNSPECIFIED Mental Illness ALCOH DEP NEC/NOS UNSPECOTHER AND UNSPECIFIED ALCOHOL DEPENDENCE, UNSPECIFIED Mental Illness OPIOID DEPENDENCE UNSPECOPIOID TYPE DEPENDENCE, UNSPECIFIED USE Mental Illness BARBITURAT DEPEND UNSPECBARBITURATE AND SIMILARLY ACTING SEDATIVE OR HYPNOTIC Mental Illness COCAINE DEPEND UNSPEC COCAINE DEPENDENCE, UNSPECIFIED USE Mental Illness CANNABIS DEPEND UNSPEC CANNABIS DEPENDENCE, UNSPECIFIED USE Mental Illness AMPHETAMIN DEPEND UNSPECAMPHETAMINE AND OTHER PSYCHOSTIMULANT DEPENDENCE, Mental Illness HALLUCINOGEN DEP UNSPEC HALLUCINOGEN DEPENDENCE, UNSPECIFIED USE Mental Illness DRUG DEPEND NEC UNSPEC OTHER SPECIFIED DRUG DEPENDENCE, UNSPECIFIED USE Mental Illness COMB DRUG DEP NEC UNSPECCOMBINATIONS OF DRUG DEPENDENCE EXCLUDING OPIOID Mental Illness DRUG DEPEND NOS UNSPEC UNSPECIFIED DRUG DEPENDENCE, UNSPECIFIED USE Mental Illness ALCOHOL ABUSE UNSPEC ALCOHOL ABUSE, UNSPECIFIED DRINKING BEHAVIOR Mental Illness CANNABIS ABUSE UNSPEC CANNABIS ABUSE, UNSPECIFIED USE Mental Illness HALLUCINOG ABUSE UNSPEC HALLUCINOGEN ABUSE, UNSPECIFIED USE Mental Illness BARBITURATE ABUSE UNSPECBARBITURATE AND SIMILARLY ACTING SEDATIVE OR Mental Illness OPIOID ABUSE UNSPEC OPIOID ABUSE, UNSPECIFIED USE Mental Illness COCAINE ABUSE UNSPEC COCAINE ABUSE, UNSPECIFIED USE Mental Illness AMPHETAMINE ABUSE UNSPECAMPHETAMINE OR RELATED ACTING SYMPATHOMIMETIC ABUSE, Mental Illness DRUG ABUSE NEC UNSPEC OTHER, MIXED, OR UNSPECIFIED DRUG ABUSE, UNSPECIFIED USE Mental Illness PSYCHOGENIC VAGINISMUS PSYCHOGENIC VAGINISMUS Mental Illness ANOREXIA NERVOSA ANOREXIA NERVOSA Mental Illness TIC DISORDER NOS TIC DISORDER, UNSPECIFIED Mental Illness Page 6 of 9

7 TRANSIENT TIC DISORDER TRANSIENT TIC DISORDER Mental Illness CHRONIC TIC DISORDER CHRONIC MOTOR OR VOCAL TIC DISORDER Mental Illness TOURETTE'S DISORDER TOURETTE'S DISORDER Mental Illness STEREOTYPIC MOVEMENT DISSTEREOTYPIC MOVEMENT DISORDER Mental Illness PERSISTENT INSOMNIA PERSISTENT DISORDER OF INITIATING OR MAINTAINING SLEEP Mental Illness PERSISTENT HYPERSOMNIA PERSISTENT DISORDER OF INITIATING OR MAINTAINING WAKEFULNESS Mental Illness CIRCADIAN RHYTHM DISORDECIRADIAN RHYTHM SLEEP DISORDER,NONORGANIC ORIGIN Mental Illness SLEEP AROUSAL DISORDER SLEEP AROUSAL DISORDER Mental Illness SLEEP STAGE DYSFUNC NEC OTHER DYSFUNCTIONS OF SLEEP STAGES OR AROUSAL FROM SLEEP Mental Illness EATING DISORDER NOS EATING DISORDER, UNSPECIFIED Mental Illness BULIMIA NERVOSA BULIMIA NERVOSA Mental Illness PICA PICA Mental Illness RUMINATION DISORDER RUMINATION DISORDER Mental Illness EATING DISORDER NEC OTHER DISORDERS OF EATING Mental Illness ENURESIS ENURESIS Mental Illness ENCOPRESIS ENCOPRESIS Mental Illness PSYCHOGENIC PAIN NOS PSYCHOGENIC PAIN, SITE UNSPECIFIED Mental Illness PSYCHOGENIC PAIN NEC OTHER PSYCHALGIA Mental Illness ACUTE STRESS REACT NEC OTHER ACUTE REACTIONS TO STRESS Mental Illness BRIEF DEPRESSIVE REACT ADJUSTMENT REACTION WITH BRIEF DEPRESSIVE REACTION Mental Illness SEPARATION ANXIETY SEPARATION ANXIETY DISORDER Mental Illness ADJ DISORDER W ANXIETY ADJUSTMENT DISORDER WITH ANXIETY Mental Illness ADJ DISORDER ADJUSTMENT DISORDER WITH MIXED ANXIETY AND DEPRESSED MOOD. Mental Illness ADJUST REACT CONDUCT DISADJUSTMENT DISORDER WITH DISTURBANCE OF CONDUCT Mental Illness ADJUSTMENT DISORDER ADJUSTMENT DISORDER WITH DISTURBANCE OF CONDUCT Mental Illness ADJ DISORDER ADJUSTMENT DISORDER WITH MIXED DISTURBANCE OF EMOTIONS AND CONDUCT Mental Illness ADJUSTMENT DISORDER ADJUSTMENT DISORDER WITH MIXED DISTURBANCE OF EMOTIONS/CONDUCT Mental Illness POSTTRAUMATIC DISORDER POSTTRAUMATIC STRESS DISORDER Mental Illness ADJUSTMENT REACTION NOS UNSPECIFIED ADJUSTMENT REACTION Mental Illness PERSONALITY CHANGE PERSONALITY CHANGE DUE TO CONDITIONS CLASSIFIED ELSEWHERE Mental Illness IMPULSE CONTROL DIS NOS IMPULSE CONTROL DISORDER, UNSPECIFIED Mental Illness PATHOLOGICAL GAMBLING PATHOLOGICAL GAMBLING Mental Illness KLEPTOMANIA KLEPTOMANIA Mental Illness Page 7 of 9

8 PYROMANIA PYROMANIA Mental Illness INTERMITT EXPLOSIVE DIS INTERMITTENT EXPLOSIVE DISORDER Mental Illness IMPULSE CONTROL DIS NEC OTHER DISORDERS OF IMPULSE CONTROL Mental Illness COND. DISORDER CHILDHOODCONDUCT DISORDER, CHILDHOOD ONSET TYPE Mental Illness COND. DISORDER ADOLESCENCONDUCT DISORDER, ADOLESCENT ONSET TYPE Mental Illness OTHER SPEC. COND. DISORDOTHER SPECIFIED CONDUCT DISORDER, NEC Mental Illness CONDUCT DISTURBANCE NOS UNSPECIFIED DISTURBANCE OF CONDUCT Mental Illness SELECTIVE MUTISM SELECTIVE MUTISM Mental Illness OPPOSITIONAL DISORDER OPPOSITIONAL DEFIANT DISORDER Mental Illness IDENTITY DISORDER IDENTITY DISORDER OF CHILDHOOD OR ADOLESCENCE Mental Illness EMOTIONAL DIS CHILD NEC OTHER EMOTIONAL DISTURBANCES OF CHILDHOOD OR ADOLESCENCE Mental Illness EMOTIONAL DIS CHILD NOS UNSPECIFIED EMOTIONAL DISTURBANCE OF CHILDHOOD OR ADOLESCENCE Mental Illness READING DISORDER NOS DEVELOPMENTAL READING DISORDER, UNSPECIFIED Mental Retardation MATHEMATICS DISORDER MATHEMATICS DISORDER Mental Retardation DEVELOP ARITHMETIC DIS DEVELOPMENTAL ARITHMETIC DISORDER Mental Retardation OTH LEARNING DIFFICULTY OTHER SPECIFIC DEVELOPMENTAL LEARNING DIFFICULTIES Mental Retardation EXPRESSIVE LANGUAGE DISOEXPRESSIVE LANGUAGE DISORDER Mental Retardation RECEPTIVE/EXP DISORDER MIXED RECEPTIVE EXPRESSIVE LANGUAGE DISORDER Mental Retardation SPEECH/LANGUAGE DIS NEC OTHER DEVELOPMENTAL SPEECH DISORDER Mental Retardation COORDINATION DISORDER DEVELOPMENTAL COORDINATION DISORDER Mental Retardation MIXED DEVELOPMENT DIS MIXED DEVELOPMENT DISORDER Mental Retardation DEVELOPMENT DELAYS NEC OTHER SPECIFIED DELAYS IN DEVELOPMENT Mental Retardation DEVELOPMENT DELAY NOS UNSPECIFIED DELAY IN DEVELOPMENT Mental Retardation 316 PSYCHIC FACTOR W OTH DISPSYCHIC FACTORS ASSOCIATED WITH DISEASES CLASSIFIED ELSEWHERE Mental Retardation 317 MILD MENTAL RETARDATION MILD MENTAL RETARDATION Mental Retardation MOD MENTAL RETARDATION MODERATE MENTAL RETARDATION Mental Retardation SEVERE MENTAL RETARDAT SEVERE MENTAL RETARDATION Mental Retardation PROFOUND MENTAL RETARDATPROFOUND MENTAL RETARDATION Mental Retardation 319 MENTAL RETARDATION NOS UNSPECIFIED MENTAL RETARDATION Mental Retardation INSOMNIA/MENTAL DIS INSOMNIA DUE TO MENTAL DISORDER Mental Illness HYPERSOMNIA/MENTAL DISORHYPERSOMNIA DUE TO MENTAL DISORDER Mental Illness SLEEP DISORDER, UNSPECI CARCADIAN RHYTHM SLEEP DISORDER, UNSPECIFIED Mental Illness SLEEP DISORDER, DELAY PHCIRCADIAN RHYTHM SLEEP DISORDER, DELAYED SLEEP PHASE TYPE Mental Illness Page 8 of 9

9 SLEEP DISORDER,JET LAG CIRCADIAN RHYTHM SLEEP DISORDER, JET LAG TYPE Mental Illness SLEEP DISORDER, WORK TYPCIRCADIAN RHYTHM SLEEP DISORDER, SHIFT WORK TYPE Mental Illness PARASOMNIA PARASOMNIA IN CONDITIONS CLASSIFIED ELSEWHERE Mental Illness SLEEP DISORDERS/OTHER OTHER ORGANIC SLEEP DISORDERS Mental Illness 347 CATAPLEXY AND NARCOLEPSYCATAPLEXY AND NARCOLEPSY Mental Illness NARCOLEPSY NARCOLEPSY WITHOUT CATAPLEXY Mental Illness HYPERSOMNIA UNSPEC HYPERSOMNIA UNSPECIFIED Mental Illness SLEEP DISTURBANCES NEC OTHER SLEEP DISTURBANCES Mental Illness MEMORY LOSS MEMORY LOSS Mental Illness UNKN CAUSE MORB/MORT NECOTHER UNKNOWN AND UNSPECIFIED CAUSE OF MORBIDITY OR MORTALITY Mental Illness ADV EFF MED/BIOL SUB NOSUNSPECIFIED ADVERSE EFFECT OF DRUG, MED & BIO SUB Mental Illness CHILD NEGLECT(NUTRITION)CHILD NEGLECT (NUTRITIONAL) Mental Illness CHILD SEXUAL ABUSE CHILD SEXUAL ABUSE Mental Illness CHILD PHYSICAL ABUSE CHILD PHYSICAL ABUSE Mental Illness ADULT PHYSICAL ABUSE ADULT PHYSICAL ABUSE Mental Illness ADULT SEXUAL ABUSE ADULT SEXUAL ABUSE Mental Illness Page 9 of 9

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