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    Default Sinobronchial Syndrome

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    Is This Coded With 490 Dx Code?

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    Default Sinobronchial syndrome

    i capture this assessment with 2 codes; 473.9 (Chronic Sinusitis) and 519.8 (Other diseases of respiratory systems, not elsewhere classified).

    Sinobronchial syndrome is defined as chronic sinusitis and chronic nonspecific inflammation of the lower airways, thus the 2 codes

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