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CONDITION/DISORDER SYNONYM

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  • Osteoarthrosis

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ICD-9-CM CODES

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  • 715 Osteoarthrosis and allied disorders

  • 715.0 Osteoarthrosis generalized

  • 715.00 Osteoarthrosis generalized involving unspecified site

  • 715.04 Osteoarthrosis generalized involving hand

  • 715.09 Osteoarthrosis generalized involving multiple sites

  • 715.1 Osteoarthrosis localized primary

  • 715.10 Osteoarthrosis localized primary involving unspecified site

  • 715.11 Osteoarthrosis localized primary involving shoulder region

  • 715.12 Osteoarthrosis localized primary involving upper arm

  • 715.13 Osteoarthrosis localized primary involving forearm

  • 715.14 Osteoarthrosis localized primary involving hand

  • 715.15 Osteoarthrosis localized primary involving pelvic region and thigh

  • 715.16 Osteoarthrosis localized primary involving lower leg

  • 715.17 Osteoarthrosis localized primary involving ankle and foot

  • 715.18 Osteoarthrosis localized primary involving other specified sites

  • 715.2 Osteoarthrosis localized secondary

  • 715.20 Osteoarthrosis localized secondary involving unspecified site

  • 715.21 Osteoarthrosis localized secondary involving shoulder region

  • 715.22 Osteoarthrosis localized secondary involving upper arm

  • 715.23 Osteoarthrosis localized secondary involving forearm

  • 715.24 Osteoarthrosis localized secondary involving hand

  • 715.25 Osteoarthrosis localized secondary involving pelvic region and thigh

  • 715.26 Osteoarthrosis localized secondary involving lower leg

  • 715.27 Osteoarthrosis localized secondary involving ankle and foot

  • 715.28 Osteoarthrosis localized secondary involving other specified sites

  • 715.3 Osteoarthrosis localized not specified whether primary or secondary

  • 715.30 Osteoarthrosis localized not specified whether primary or secondary involving unspecified site

  • 715.31 Osteoarthrosis localized not specified whether primary or secondary involving shoulder region

  • 715.32 Osteoarthrosis localized not specified whether primary or secondary involving upper arm

  • 715.33 Osteoarthrosis localized not specified whether primary or secondary involving forearm

  • 715.34 Osteoarthrosis localized not specified whether primary or secondary involving hand

  • 715.35 Osteoarthrosis localized not specified whether primary or secondary involving pelvic region and thigh

  • 715.36 Osteoarthrosis localized not specified whether primary or secondary involving lower leg

  • 715.37 Osteoarthrosis localized not specified whether primary or secondary involving ankle and foot

  • 715.38 Osteoarthrosis localized not specified whether primary or secondary involving other specified sites

  • 715.8 Osteoarthrosis involving or with mention of more than one site but not specified as generalized

  • 715.80 Osteoarthrosis involving or with more than one site but not specified as generalized and involving unspecified site

  • 715.89 Osteoarthrosis involving or with multiple sites but not specified as generalized

  • 715.9 Osteoarthrosis unspecified whether generalized or localized

  • 715.90 Osteoarthrosis unspecified whether generalized or localized involving unspecified site

  • 715.91 Osteoarthrosis unspecified whether generalized or localized involving shoulder region

  • 715.92 Osteoarthrosis unspecified whether generalized or localized involving upper arm

  • 715.93 Osteoarthrosis unspecified whether generalized or localized involving forearm

  • 715.94 Osteoarthrosis unspecified whether generalized or localized involving hand

  • 715.95 Osteoarthrosis unspecified whether generalized or localized involving pelvic region and thigh

  • 715.96 Osteoarthrosis unspecified whether generalized or localized involving lower leg

  • 715.97 Osteoarthrosis unspecified whether generalized or localized involving ankle and foot

  • 715.98 Osteoarthrosis unspecified whether generalized or localized involving other specified sites

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FIGURE 3-1

Theoretical model for pathways involved in cartilage destruction during the development of osteoarthritis. Excessive mechanical forces stimulate the chondrocyte directly or indirectly through signals generated by matrix damage including generation of matrix fragments. The resultant activation of signaling pathways, including ROS generation, results in increased production of cytokines, chemokines, ...

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