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    Can anyone suggest an ICD-9 code for skin excresence of the arm? I'm looking at 239.2, but not sure it is appropriate.
    Jenny Berkshire, CPC, CEMC, CGIC

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    Columbus GA


    680-709: diseases of the skin and subcutaneous tissue
    Depending upon the area look into these codes and hope this helps!

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