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dx help...Usher's Syndrome Type 2?

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    Default dx help...Usher's Syndrome Type 2?
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    I am having a hard time finding this code. Please help

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    It looks like it is a congenital anomaly affecting more than one system 759.89

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    759.89 is correct in my opinion. Include the V41.1 for eye problems due to Usher's can cause mutisystem problems.

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