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Which Diagnosis should I use for a surgery follow up?

  1. Question Which Diagnosis should I use for a surgery follow up?
    Clearnace Sale
    a child had a tonsillectomy but I'm unsure if the diagnosis should be V67.00, Follow up surgery, Unspecified. or V67.09 Follow up to other surgery.

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    Milwaukee WI
    Default You know what the surgery is - it is NOT unspecifiec
    Well, the surgery IS specified. You know what it was but it's not separately listed.


    F Tessa Bartels, CPC, CEMC

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