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    A patient is presenting with a rising PSA (790.93) after prostatectomy in 2007. The physician plans to treat the patient with radiation. Could I use the v58.0, 185, 790.93 or would I need the V58.0, 790.93, V10.46. Any direction would be helpful.

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    Use the 185. In our Cancer center, rising PSA is considered grounds for a clinical diagnosis of prostate cancer.

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