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    443.9 - Peripheral Vascular Disease (Small Vessels)
    Carmen Saralegui, RHIT, CPC, CGSC

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    Hi,

    What is the correct code of Diabetic angiopathy with CAD.:





    Vijayakumar D,CPC.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BoyceSolutions View Post
    I am also a clinician whose specialty area is diagnosis coding. If you go look in your icd9 book you will clearly see that peripheral does not include brain. My purpose is merely to shed light on this area. If you disagree you may contact the Coding Clinic via the AHA website for further clarification. Frankly these forums can be a breeding ground for misinformation.
    Would 437.1 Other generalized ischemic cerebrovascular disease be appropriate to use? I am also looking for a code to use for this scenario? or 437.9 Unspecified Cerebrovascular disease or lesion NOS?

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    Hello,

    I am looking for a code for Intracranial vascular disease and chronic microangiopathic white matter changes of the cerebrum. I have come up with two codes. 437.1 and 437.9? I am not sure if I am even close with these codes?

    Thank you

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