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Bleeding From Ulcer AVF LUE

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    Help! Can anyone direct me to the correct dagnosis coding for Bleeding from distal Ulcer AVF LUE. I am thinking of using ulcer of the skin NOS. 707.9.

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    that's left upper extremity arteriovenous fistula (AVF)

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