Type I diabetes - Pancreas does not secrete enough insulin; begins at young age;
Type II diabetes - insulin resistance offered by cells and hence reuptake of insulin by cells is not sufficient; Due to ageing and or irregular dietary patterns;
Ketoacidosis is often a condition that occurs due to insulin insufficiency;
Can code Type I diabetes if not specified otherwise;
But uncontrolled or controlled may not be considered without being mentioned;
Regarding persistent asthma, 493.90 can be considered, too.
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