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Code Narrative Description
Head - Multiple Head Injury
Head - Skull
Head - Brain
Head - Ear(s) Includes: hearing, inside eardrum
Head - Ear(s) Total deafness of both ears
Head - Ear(s) Total deafness of one ear
Head - Ear(s) Where worker prior to injury has suffered a total loss of hearing in one ear, and as a result of the accident loses total hearing in remaining ear
Head - Eye(s) Includes: optic nerves, vision, eye lids
Head - Eye(s) The loss of eye by enucleation (including disfigurement resulting there from)
Head - Eye(s) Total blindness of one eye
Head - Eye(s) Blindness in both eyes
Head - Nose Includes: nasal passage, sinus, sense of smell
Head - Teeth
Head - Mouth Includes: lips, tongue, throat, taste
Head - Soft Tissue
Head - Facial Bones Includes: jaw
Neck - Multiple Neck Injury
Neck - Vertebrae Includes: spinal column bone, “cervical segment”
Neck - Disc Includes: spinal column cartilage, “cervical segment”
Neck - Spinal Cord Includes: nerve tissue, “cervical segment”
Neck - Larynx Includes: cartilage and vocal cords
Neck - Soft Tissue Other than larynx or trachea
Neck - Trachea
Upper Extremities - Multiple Upper Extremities Any combination of below parts, excluding hands and wrists combined
Upper Extremities - Upper Arm Humerus and corresponding muscles, excluding clavicle and scapula
Upper Extremities - Elbow Radial head
Upper Extremities - Lower Arm Fore Arm – radius, ulna and corresponding muscles
Upper Extremities - Wrist Carpals and corresponding muscles
Upper Extremities - Hand Metacarpals and corresponding muscles – excluding wrist or fingers
Upper Extremities - Finger(s) Other than thumb and corresponding muscles
Upper Extremities - Finger(s) The loss of an index finger and metacarpal bone there of
Upper Extremities - Finger(s) The loss of an index finger at the proximal joint
Upper Extremities - Finger(s) The loss of an index finger at the second joint
Upper Extremities - Finger(s) The loss of an index finger at the distal joint
Upper Extremities - Finger(s) The loss of a second finger and the metacarpal bone there of
Upper Extremities - Finger(s) The loss of a middle finger at the proximal joint
Upper Extremities - Finger(s) The loss of a middle finger at the second joint
Upper Extremities - Finger(s) The loss of a middle finger at the distal joint
Upper Extremities - Finger(s) The loss of a third or ring finger and the metacarpal thereof
Upper Extremities - Finger(s) The loss of a ring finger at the proximal joint
Upper Extremities - Finger(s) The loss of a ring finger at the second joint
Upper Extremities - Finger(s) The loss of a ring finger at the distal joint
Upper Extremities - Finger(s) The loss of a little finger and the metacarpal bone thereof
Upper Extremities - Finger(s) The loss of a little finger at the proximal joint
Upper Extremities - Finger(s) The loss of a little finger at the second joint
Upper Extremities - Finger(s) The loss of a little finger at the distal joint
Upper Extremities - Thumb
Upper Extremities - Thumb The loss of a thumb and metacarpal bone thereof
Upper Extremities - Thumb The loss of a thumb at the proximal joint
Upper Extremities - Thumb The loss of a thumb at the second or distal joint
Upper Extremities - Shoulder(s) Armpit, rotator cuff, trapezius, clavicle, scapula
Upper Extremities - Wrist (s) & Hand(s)
Trunk - Multiple Trunk Any combination of below parts
Trunk - Upper Back Area (Thoracic Area) Upper back muscles, excluding, vertebrae, disc, spinal cord
Trunk - Lower Back Area (Lumbar Area and Lumbo Sacral) Lower back muscles, excluding sacrum, coccyx, pelvis, vertebrae, disc, spinal cord
Trunk - Disc Spinal column cartilage other than cervical segment
Trunk - Chest Including ribs, sternum, soft tissue
Trunk - Sacrum and Coccyx Final nine vertebrae-fused
Trunk - Pelvis
Trunk - Spinal Cord Nerve tissue other than cervical segment
Trunk - Internal Organs Other than heart and lungs
Trunk - Heart
Trunk - Lungs
Trunk - Abdomen Including Groin Excluding injury to internal organs
Trunk - Buttocks Soft tissue
Trunk - Lumbar & or Sacral Vertebrae (Vertebra NOC Trunk) Bone portion of the spinal column
Lower Extremities - Multiple Lower Extremities Any combination of below parts
Lower Extremities - Hip
Lower Extremities - Upper Leg Femur and corresponding muscles
Lower Extremities - Knee Patella
Lower Extremities - Lower Leg Tibia, fibula and corresponding muscles
Lower Extremities - Ankle Tarsals
Lower Extremities - Foot Metatarsals, heel, Achilles tendon and corresponding muscles – excluding ankle or toes
Lower Extremities - Toes
Lower Extremities - Toes Little toe metatarsal bone
Lower Extremities - Toes Little toe at distal joint
Lower Extremities - Toes The loss of any other toe with the metatarsal bone thereof
Lower Extremities - Toes The loss of any other toe at the proximal joint
Lower Extremities - Toes Other toe at middle joint
Lower Extremities - Toes The loss of any other toe at the second or distal joint
Lower Extremities - Toes Other toe at distal joint
Lower Extremities - Great Toe
Lower Extremities - Great Toe The loss of a great toe with the metatarsal bone thereof
Lower Extremities - Great Toe The loss of a great toe at the proximal joint
Lower Extremities - Great Toe The loss of a great toe at the second or distal joint
Multiple Body Parts - Artificial Appliance Braces, etc.
Multiple Body Parts - Insufficient Info to Properly Identify – Unclassified Insufficient information to identify part affected
Multiple Body Parts - No Physical Injury Mental disorder
Multiple Body Parts - Post Traumatic Stress Disorder Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
Multiple Body Parts - Multiple Body Parts (Including Body Systems & Body Parts) Applies when more than one major body part has been affected, such as an arm and a leg and multiple internal organs.
Multiple Body Parts - Body Systems and Multiple Body Systems Applies to the functioning of an entire body system has been affected without specific injury to any other part, as in the case of poisoning, corrosive action, inflammation, affecting internal organs, damage to nerve centers, etc., does not apply when the systemic damage results from an external injury affecting an external part such as a back injury which includes damage to the nerves of the spinal cord.
Multiple Body Parts - Whole Body A code referencing the anatomic classification of the injury. IAIABC Note: Approved for IAIABC EDI jurisdictional reporting as a Permanent Impairment Body Part Code Only