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    Quote Originally Posted by rsaari View Post
    I see this a lot and in the 3-M encoder and it comes up with 729.1. I realize that not everything is correct in the encoder, but if you enter pain-buttock that is the code that shows up.
    That makes complete sense if the pain is muscular. In my case, though, the woman basically had a painful spot on the skin of her bum hence 782.0.

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