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Thread: Dx code for anticardiolipin antibodies?

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    Default Dx code for anticardiolipin antibodies?

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    I am re-visiting high risk ob codes. What diagnosis code should be used when a patient is positive for anticardiolipin antibodies?

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    I don't have my book with me now but I think we use 646.83 and 795.79 for pos ACL AB.

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