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History of Vitamin D Deficiency

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    Can anyone give some feedback on what code to use for a history of Vitamin D Deficiency? We have had a lot of discussions regarding this, and the best code we can come up with is Z86.39.

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    If the patient is still on treatment it should be an active Vit D deficiency code.

    If they just don't have it anymore and not on medicine for it then you can use that code
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    Thank you so much for your input.

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