What is the International Classification of Diseases, Ninth Revision, Clinical Modification code for a curly toe?

Curly toe is a common condition in children that is caused be a congenital tightness of the flexor tendons. There is no specific code for this condition. Code 755.66, other anomalies of toes, is used to report this congenital condition as well as congenital hammertoe, hallux valgus, and hallux varus. An acquired toe deformity is reported with codes in category 735 with code 735.8, other acquired deformities of toe, used to report a specified deformity for which no more specific code is provided. Category 735 does include specific codes for many acquired deformities of the toe such as hallux valgus, hallux varus, hallux malleolus, and claw toe.

The International Classification of Diseases, 10th Revision, Clinical Modification code for curly toe is Q66.89, other specified congenital deformities of feet. The same code...

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