Sting of hornets wasps and bees causing poisoning and toxic reactions (E905.3)
ICD-9 code E905.3 for Sting of hornets wasps and bees causing poisoning and toxic reactions is a medical classification as listed by WHO under the range -ACCIDENTS DUE TO NATURAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS (E900-E909).
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