ICD-10-CM Code for Legal intervention involving unspecified firearm discharge, unspecified person injured, initial encounter Y35.009A
ICD-10 code Y35.009A for Legal intervention involving unspecified firearm discharge, unspecified person injured, initial encounter is a medical classification as listed by WHO under the range - External causes of morbidity .
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Includes: any injury sustained as a result of an encounter with any law enforcement official, serving in any capacity at the time of the encounter, whether on-duty or off-duty. Includes: injury to law enforcement official, suspect and bystande
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