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    Default dx code wound hand??

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    I wanted to double ck on this -open wound hand web aspect between the fingers that is still coded as a open wound hand correct? Sometimes i can over think this stuff and end up confusing myself haha thanks

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    yes I feel you are correct in categorizing web of the hand as part of the HAND and not finger

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