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abnormal MRI DX?

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    Do anyone know the DX for abnormal MRI and abnormal cat scan? Thanks!

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    793.X depending on body part.

    This would be considering it is an abnormality w/o a diagnosis.

    If there is a diagnosis then obviously that would be your code.
    Rachell Lindley, CPC
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