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3rd & 4th degree episiotomies

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    When a physician documents on a delivery room record 3rd degree episiotomy extended to a 4th would you just code a regular episiotomy code of 73.6? This is for hospital coding

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    Hi there,

    I don't know much about these types of codes, but maybe this website will help?

    Good Luck,

    The Oracle

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