Egg (oocyte) (ovum) donor, age 35 and over,designated recipient (V59.74)
ICD-9 code V59.74 for Egg (oocyte) (ovum) donor, age 35 and over,designated recipient is a medical classification as listed by WHO under the range -PERSONS ENCOUNTERING HEALTH SERVICES FOR SPECIFIC PROCEDURES AND AFTERCARE (V50-V59).
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[QUOTE="Tonyj, post: 351771, member: 78181"]You can also take a look at the aftercare codes V50-59 (Persons Encountering Health Services For Specific Procedures And Aftercare V50-V59)[/QUOTE]
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