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    Hello! Does anyone know of any good websites or resources for diagnosis coding obstetrics? I have a hard time knowing when to use chapter 11 codes and when to use other codes. Ex: Pregnant woman with genital warts or pregnant woman with a runny nose. So I'm looking for some pretty basic instructions here.



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    ACOG has a great website. If your physician belongs, you'll be able to register and access it.

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