What is Hypertensive Heart Disease Without Congestive Heart Failure?

Q:

What is hypertensive heart disease without congestive heart failure

A:

Hypertensive heart disease without (congestive) heart failure is a cause of death categorized under the ICD-10 chapter Diseases of the Circulatory System and sub-chapter Hypertensive Diseases and is classified by the ICD-10 code I11.9.

There is no benign or malignant hypertensive heart disease without congestive heart failure.

As the underlying cause of death, it killed 27,990 people in the United States in 2015. In addition, as a contributing cause, it was involved in 46,995 other deaths.

 

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