Z55-Z65: Persons with potential health hazards related to socioeconomic and psychosocial circumstances

  • Z55.-
  • Problems related to education and literacy
  • Z56.-
  • Problems related to employment and unemployment
  • Z57.-
  • Occupational exposure to risk factors
  • Z58.-
  • Problems related to physical environment
  • Z59.-
  • Problems related to housing and economic circumstances
  • Z60.-
  • Problems related to social environment
  • Z62.-
  • Problems related to upbringing
  • Z63.-
  • Other problems related to primary support group, including family circumstances
  • Z64.-
  • Problems related to certain psychosocial circumstances
  • Z65.-
  • Problems related to other psychosocial circumstances
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