ICD-10-CM Code for Fracture of clavicle S42. 0.
Clavicle fractures are classified into three types based on the location of the fracture: 1) near the sternum (least common), 2) near the AC joint (second most common), or 3) in the middle of the bone between the sternum and AC joint (most common).
810.02 Closed fracture of shaft of clavicle.
2022 ICD-10-CM Diagnosis Code S52. 501A: Unspecified fracture of the lower end of right radius, initial encounter for closed fracture.
A clavicle fracture is a break in the collarbone, one of the main bones in the shoulder. This type of fracture is fairly common, accounting for about 5% of all adult fractures. Most clavicle fractures occur when a fall onto the shoulder or an outstretched arm puts enough pressure on the bone that it snaps or breaks.
Your clavicle (collarbone) is a long, thin, slightly curved bone that connects your arm to your body. It sits below your neck and is part of the front of your shoulder. It runs horizontally (from side to side). This bone connects your sternum in the middle of your ribcage to your shoulder blade (scapula).
S42.002A2022 ICD-10-CM Diagnosis Code S42. 002A: Fracture of unspecified part of left clavicle, initial encounter for closed fracture.
S42.002DS42. 002D - Fracture of unspecified part of left clavicle [subsequent encounter for fracture with routine healing]. ICD-10-CM.
Used for medical claim reporting in all healthcare settings, ICD-10-CM is a standardized classification system of diagnosis codes that represent conditions and diseases, related health problems, abnormal findings, signs and symptoms, injuries, external causes of injuries and diseases, and social circumstances.
ICD-10-CM defines subsequent encounters as “encounters after the patient has received active treatment of the injury and is receiving routine care for the injury during the healing or recovery phase.
Example 2: A subsequent encounter (character “D”) describes an episode of care during which the patient receives routine care for her or his condition during the healing or recovery phase.
D (subsequent encounter) describes any encounter after the active phase of treatment, when the patient is receiving routine care for the injury during the period of healing or recovery. S (sequela) indicates a complication or condition that arises as a direct result of an injury.