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    Default buttocks pain

    What code would you use for a diagnosis of buttocks pain?

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    Default buttock pain dx

    I would either use the acute pain of 338.19 or muscle pain of 729.1. Their isn't a NOS code.

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    2017 ICD-10-CM Coding Book
    729.1

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