Crushing injury of head S07-

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  • code for all associated injuries, such as:
  • intracranial injuries (
    ICD-10-CM Diagnosis Code S06
    • S06.0 Concussion
    • S06.1 Traumatic cerebral edema
    • S06.2 Diffuse traumatic brain injury
    • S06.3 Focal traumatic brain injury
    • S06.4 Epidural hemorrhage
    • S06.5 Traumatic subdural hemorrhage
    • S06.6 Traumatic subarachnoid hemorrhage
    • S06.8 Other specified intracranial injuries
    • S06.9 Unspecified intracranial injury
  • skull fractures (
    ICD-10-CM Diagnosis Code S02
    • S02.0 Fracture of vault of skull
    • S02.1 Fracture of base of skull
    • S02.2 Fracture of nasal bones
    • S02.3 Fracture of orbital floor
    • S02.4 Fracture of malar, maxillary and zygoma bones
    • S02.5 Fracture of tooth (traumatic)
    • S02.6 Fracture of mandible
    • S02.8 Fractures of other specified skull and facial bones
    • S02.9 Fracture of unspecified skull and facial bones