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  1. Question Asymptomatic
    Clearnace Sale
    Alrighty so ... how do you code a pt who is asymtomatic from sprain and affiliated symptoms? so you still use the original sprain code ect or do you do late effect? hmm

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    Columbia, MO
    if they are asymptomatic then there is no late effect. I would go with a followup code look in V67.

    Debra A. Mitchell, MSPH, CPC-H

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