Non-ABO incompatibility with delayed hemolytic transfusion reaction (999.78)
ICD-9 code 999.78 for Non-ABO incompatibility with delayed hemolytic transfusion reaction is a medical classification as listed by WHO under the range -COMPLICATIONS OF SURGICAL AND MEDICAL CARE, NOT ELSEWHERE CLASSIFIED (996-999).
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