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Brain Injury DX

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    Anyone out there know what the DX would be for Brain Injury secondary to
    Primitive Neuroectodermal Brain Tumor & Surgical Removal? Client is now experienceing seizures. Would this be a late effect code I would be using? Your input is greatly appreciated. Thanks

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    My first instinct was to look at...Damage---->brain---->348.9---->997.01 (during or resulting from a procedure).

    I'm sure there will be many other opinions...
    Rebecca CPC, CPMA, CEMC

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