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DSM-5 Diagnostic Codes for Bipolar Disorder

Codes as per 2013 DSM-5.

Bipolar I disorder

Current or most recent episode:

 

manichypomanic depressed
Mild296.41NA296.51
Moderate296.42NA296.52
Severe296.43NA296.53
With psychotic features296.44NA296.54
In partial remission296.45296.45296.55
In full remission296.46296.46296.56
Unspecified296.40296.40296.50

Bipolar II disorder     296.89**

**Bipolar II disorder has one diagnostic code: 296.89. Its status with respect to current severity, presence of psychotic features, course, and other specifiers cannot be coded but should be indicated in writing (e.g., 296.89 bipolar II disorder, current episode depressed, moderate severity, with mixed features).

 


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APA Reference
Grohol, J. (2019). DSM-5 Diagnostic Codes for Bipolar Disorder. Psych Central. Retrieved on July 6, 2020, from https://psychcentral.com/disorders/dsm-5-diagnostic-codes-for-bipolar-disorder/
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