Get to Know More about Multiple Sclerosis, icd 10 Code For Multiple Sclerosis
What did you know about multiple sclerosis? In this article, you will have a long paragraph to answer that question. The term multiple sclerosis refers to progressive “immune-mediated” disorders. Simply, it is a long-lasting disease which can cause problems with your vision, balance, muscle control, and others. This disease happens when a person’s immune system attacks a fatty material, which wraps around the nerve fibers to protect them. Your brain is in damaged without this outer shell and cannot send signals through your body properly.
What is ICD-10 code for Multiple Sclerosis?
Let us remind you first about what ICD-10 is. ICD-10 is a diseases cataloging system which is used to note diseases on health records, assist in medical reimbursement decision and many others. ICD-10 stands for International Classification of Disease Tenth Edition. It has been published by World Health Organization. icd 10 code for multiple sclerosis is G35. It is listed in section G35-G37.
What are the Symptoms of Multiple Sclerosis?
Some symptoms that the one may experience are:
- Trouble walking
- Muscle weakness or spasms
- Feeling tired
- Blurred or double vision
- Numbness and tingling
- Sexual problems
- Poor bladder or bowel control
- Having problems in focusing or remembering.
- Language problems
- Difficulty in staying organized
What are the Causes of Multiple Sclerosis?
Even though multiple sclerosis was discovered in 1868, the cause of this disease remains a mystery. It means that doctors do not sure what causes this disease. But, there are some things that seem to be the causes of MS (Multiple Sclerosis). One of the causes is smoking. The other one is if someone has had a viral infection that makes their immune system stop working properly. Some studies in this disease found that the vitamin D as you can get from sunlight can protect you from MS. It is because the vitamin D may strengthen your immune system.
How is it Diagnosed?
As you read above that the causes of MS is still not know properly and the symptoms are same as many other diseases. So, it can be hard to diagnose MS. When your doctor thinks that you have MS, he may check you through:
- Blood tests
- Checking your balance, vision and others to see how your nerves are working.
- Analysis of the liquid that cushions your brain.
- Asking the medical history.