What is CIE?
It is the acronym of International Classification of Diseases.
Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Service (CMS) published this english edition of
EverySickness uses the ICD-10 because it is currently edition in effect.
The spanish version of this classification is CIE-10.
Each code consists of seven alphanumeric characters. The first character is the 'section'.
The second through seventh characters mean different things in each section.
Each character can be any of 34 possible values the ten digits 0-9 and the 24 letters A-H, J-N and P-Z may be used in each character.
The letters O and I are excluded to avoid confusion with the numbers 0 and 1.
There are no decimals in ICD-10-PCS