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    Default Please help with dx IUP...

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    Hello everyone, I need help with this diagnosis IUP 32 weeks gestation undelivered with abruption placentae. I am new to this type of coding please need help ASAP!! have a nice day
    Mildred Nieves, CPC

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    Red face

    Quote Originally Posted by srinivas r sajja View Post
    Thanks for reply I coded 656.43 oh well it was just for a test. OB coding is not my area, but we learn something new everyday!
    Mildred Nieves, CPC

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    Default iup @ 29 weeks abruption

    Does this mean dead baby?

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    Unhappy iup @ 29 weeks abruption

    Does this mean dead baby?

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