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    At what point would a patient's diagnosis change from current to personal history of for DVT's, CVS's, PE's. These patients are on chronic coumadin therapy and it is being questioned when to start using the V codes for history of instead of the codes for current conditions. My first thought is that the doctor should be given the option of either dx. and let him decide.

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    Question how to code hx of dvt

    how do I code history of dvt V12.51

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    How do I code Deep Vein Thrombosis?

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