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Arrows etc. where is it documented?

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    Medical Coding Books
    We have a document that says arrows & other symbols should not be used in medical record documentation (e.g. up/down arrow with htn, lipids, etc). However, we cannot locate it in the Coding Clinic which is the listed source. Any direction as to where this might be found?
    Last edited by ryanposton; 11-15-2007 at 11:08 PM. Reason: typo

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    Default use of arrows
    Coding clinc for icd-9 first quarter 2011 title: Code assignment based on up and down arrows

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