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    Cool dx code for post inflammatory hyperpigmentation

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    Would someone please help me with dx code listed above?
    Would appreciate any feedback regarding this code.

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    I'd go with 709.09

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    We use 709.00 Dyschromia (any disorder of pigmentation of the skin)

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    I go with 709.00 as well.

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