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Body Piercing

  1. #1
    Default Body Piercing
    Medical Coding Books
    Nothing Indicating Opening In Skin.

    Note Just States Complication Of Body Piercing. Patient Had Horns Put In.

    How Would You Diagnosis This.

    Thank You

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    May be open wound of unspecified site, complicated-dx-879.9-

  3. #3
    Greeley, Colorado
    Trying not to laugh...

    What about something from 910.6 - 910.9?
    Lisa Bledsoe, CPC, CPMA

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