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    Can someone tell me what ICD9 code you would use for nerve impariment of thumb?

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    354.3-354.4, 354.8, 354.9 is neuropathy of radial nerve : When the nerve becomes impaired, can be in the thumb.
    Last edited by ANDREAHSANCHEZ; 10-12-2011 at 11:14 AM.

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