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    Question abnormal MRI

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    Can some one tell me what ICD9 code you would use for an abnormal MRI in which the doctor says he foundcystick area in the adnexa?

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    I would use code 620.8 Other non-inflammatory disorders of ovary, fallopian tube and broad ligament.
    Lisa Scott, CPC, RCC

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