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Body Stalk Anomaly

  1. Question Body Stalk Anomaly
    Medical Coding Books
    Does anyone have a diagnosis code for Body Stalk Anomaly?

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    Gainesville, GA
    Default Body Stalk Anomally
    What are they stating is wrong?

    655.93 Unspec Kown/Susp Fetal Abnormality is always a good one.

    If the issue with the spine then use CNS malfromation 655.03, etc.

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