What is a Nonallopathic lesion?

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A nonallopathic lesion is defined as, “Nonallopathic lesions, segmental or somatic dysfunction” (739. x) and “Other, multiple, and ill-defined dislocations” (839. x) are used variably to indicate a diagnosis of chiropractic subluxation,” by the ICD-9 codes.

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Beside this, what is Nonallopathic lesions of cervical region?

Definition. Condition is associated with an abnormal or altered functional relationship between contiguous cervical vertebrae.

One may also ask, what is a biomechanical lesion? Biomechanical Lesion. The term spinal biomechanical lesion then would imply a pathological condition involving discontinuity (loss of cohesion) of tissue, and loss of normal vertebral joint function (kinesio-pathology) that often has injury as its cause.

Hereof, what is Nonallopathic lesion of sacral region?

Definition. Condition involving an abnormal or altered functional relationship involving the sacrum.

What is cervical somatic dysfunction?

Somatic dysfunction is a diagnostic term defined as impaired or altered function of related components of the somatic (body framework) system: skeletal, arthrodial, and myofascial structures and related vascular, lymphatic, and neural elements.

What is a lesion on the sacrum?

Lesions of the Sacrum Differential Diagnosis and Radiological Evaluation. PRIMARY lesions of the sacrum are relatively uncommon. They frequently are accompanied by nonspecific symptoms such as low back pain and pelvic pressure. Large lesions may involve the sacral nerves and are often palpable on rectal examination.

What is sacrum cancer?

A chordoma is a rare cancerous (malignant) primary bone tumor that usually occurs along the spine or where the skull sits atop the spine (skull base). This type of tumor most often occurs at the skull base, spine or bottom of the spine (sacrum).

What is the ICD 10 CM code for connective tissue stenosis of the neural canal of the pelvic region?

Connective tissue stenosis of neural canal of cervical region. M99. 41 is a billable/specific ICD10CM code that can be used to indicate a diagnosis for reimbursement purposes.