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    Default Please Advise Level of this Service

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    Chief Complaint: Follow-up

    HPI: She still complains of fatigue. she did lose a little bit. She
    doesn't notice dramatic help with the phentermine +/- on the T3. She
    has been noticing little things of stumbling, mixing up words, etc.
    When writing, she is misspelling. she was always good at spelling. she
    says it is almost like a dyslexic person, but she knows she doesn't
    have that because she has never had trouble before. She did the rest
    to eat before to see if it was hypoglycemia. She has no Family history
    of ADD. I gave her the little test. She Scored 25. Over 2/3 of it was
    in the inattention sector, 18, and the rest was in hyperactivity. We
    are going to give it a trial. She's home for a few weeks, so it won't
    be as good of a trial as when she is back at school, but she has got a
    big paper.

    Exam: Wt. 144 lbs. temp: 98.3


    Follow-up in the first week of January if she wants to continue. If
    the Addreall 10's make her more nervous and anxious. That's a negative
    test and I told her to forget it.

    Just keep the T3 as is for now. Do one thing at a time.
    Vikas Maheshwari
    Operation Manager (Medical Billing & Coding)

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    Apr 2007
    Milwaukee WI

    Default Before I answer

    What do you think (or what did the coder/provider mark)?

    F Tessa Bartels, CPC, CEMC

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