I don't think 95 or 97 makes a difference in the ROS.One additional question: The physician states for ROS: unobtainable as patient does not give a proper history. So, he has nothing for ROS--correct?
If the physician documents the patients medical condition that makes it impossible to obtain or documents the attempts / problems encoutered when trying to get the ROS, they can take the complete. I don't think what you have is enough to do that. So if that is all the info you have, I would say this was nothing for ROS.
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