Since this post I have come up with an answer, so I thought I'd post it in case someone else comes upon a similar situation.
According to coding guidelines there are two reasons why I cannot code "If BS is > 100".
1) This is not a definate diagnosis
2) I am not permitted to interpret the lab result, and the Dr who ordered it has not interpreted it either.
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