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erosive esophagitis icd9

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    I am wondering which is the ICD-9 code to be using for erosive esophagitis.......530.10 or 530.19??

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    Charlotte, NC
    530.12? or 530.89?

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    I use 530.19

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    I use 530.19 too

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    Thanks.....we have been using 530.19 but have noticed lately there are some coding it as 530.10. Nice to get your feedback...thank you!

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