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    Default Delivery Dx

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    If an OB patient has genital herpes w/o current outbreak at the time of delivery but the provider feels this is a risk, would we code 650 or should be use the chapter 11 appropriate code?
    Gina, CPC

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    Apr 2007
    Terre Haute, IN


    If he states it on the Delivery Summery
    then i would have used the Chapter 11 code with the Appropriate 5th Digit.

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