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The Supervisor for a COTA must assign the ICD-9 code. Multiple
diagnoses are allowed for a student.

The following codes/symptoms may be assigned by you without a
medical diagnosis.
718.40 Contracture of joint, site unspecified
719.50 Stiffness in joints, not elsewhere classified
728.2 Muscular wasting and disuse atrophy, not elsewhere classified
728.4 Laxity of Ligament
728.5 Hypermobility syndrome
728.85 Spasm of muscle
728.87 Muscle weakness (generalized)
728.9 Unspecified disorder of muscles, ligaments, fasciali
736.9 Acquired deformity of limb, site unspecified
780.39 Seizure Disorder, no other symptoms
780.79 Other Malaise or Fatigue (Any weakness, lack of strength or loss
of energy, lethargy, tiredness, listlessness)
781.0 Abnormal involuntary movements
781.2 Abnormality of gait
781.3 Lack of coordination; Dysgraphia
781.92 Abnormal posture
781.99 Other symptoms involving nervous and musculoskeletal systems
783.40 Lack of normal physiological development, unspecified (lack of
development, late development, inadequate development)
783.42 Delayed milestones (late walker)
784.69 Apraxia
307.3 Stereotypic Movement Disorder (body-rocking, head banging)
315.4 Developmental Coordination Disorder (clumsiness, specific motor
development disorder, dyspraxia syndrome)
315.5 Mixed Developmental Disorder
315.8 Other specified delays in development
315.9 Unspecified delays in development (developmental disorder, no
other symptoms, learning disorder, no other symptoms)
V49.85 Dual sensory impairment (blindness with deafness, combined
visual hearing impairment)


The following diagnoses must be medical in order to use. Merely being
listed as the educational eligibility in the IEP is not medical.



322.9 Meningitis, unspecified
323.9 Encephalitis, unspecified
323.82 Transverse Myelitis
330.8 Retts Syndrome
330.9 Unspecified Cerebral Degeneration in childhood
331.4 Hydrocephalus
331.9 Cerebral Degeneration, unspecified
333.71 Athetoid CP
335.11 Spinal Muscular Atrophy (or Kugelberg-Welander Disease)
340 Multiple Sclerosis
342.90 Hemiplegia, unspecified
342.91 Hemiplegia, unspecified, affecting dominant side
342.92 Hemiplegia, unspecified, affecting nondominant side
343.0 Diplegic Cerebral Palsy
343.1 Hemiplegic Cerebral Palsy
343.2 Quadriplegic Cerebral Palsy
343.3 Monoplegic Cerebral Palsy
343.9 Infantile Cerebral Palsy, unspecified
344.00 Quadriplegia, quadreparesis (SCI)
344.1 Paraplegia (SCI)
344.2 Diplegia of upper limbs (paralytic)
344.9 Paralysis, unspecified
345.90 Epilepsy, unspecified
348.1 Anoxic Brain Injury (excludes perinatal)
348.30 Encephalopathy, unspecified
349.9 Unspecified Disorders of Nervous System
359.0 Congenital Hereditary Muscular Dystrophy
359.1 Hereditary Progressive Muscular Dystrophy (includes Duchenne,
714.30 Juvenile chronic polyarthritis
723.5 Torticollis
741.90 Spina Bifida, unspecified
742.1 Microcephalus/Microcephaly
742.3 Congenital hydrocephalus
742.4 Schizencephaly
754.89 Arthrogryposis
756.51 Osteogenesis imperfecta
758.0 Downs syndrome
758.9 Beuren-Williams Syndrome
759.5 Tuberous sclerosis, Bournevilles disease
759.81 Prader-Willi syndrome
759.83 Fragile X syndrome
759.89 Angelmans syndrome, Noonans syndrome
760.71 Fetal Alcohol Syndrome
854.0 Traumatic Brain Injury
237.70 Neurofibromatosis
277.00 Cystic Fibrosis, no other symptoms
277.5 Hunters syndrome
299.00 Autism
299.80 Aspergers syndrome
314.00 Attention deficit disorder, without hyperactivity
314.01 Attention deficit disorder, with hyperactivity (hyperactive/
impulsive type, disturbance of attention with overactivity)
314.1 Hyperkinesis with developmental delay (behavioral disorder
usually diagnosed at an early age characterized by the inability to
focus attention for a normal period of time)
315.2 Other specific learning difficulties; disorder of written expression
369.9 Unspecified Visual Loss
E819.9 Motor Vehicle Traffic Accident of Unspecified Nature injuring
unspecified person
E910.9 Unspecified accidental drowning or submersion

Revised October 26 2009