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Size of a lesion

  1. Smile MM to CM
    Medical Coding Books
    Thank you Debra and Michelle. Do either of you know where I can find a conversion chart? I would like to have for reference and also send it to our clinics.


  2. #12
    Columbia, MO
    Just look it up on the internet but it really is as simply as move the decimal over one place to the left. The same as divide by ten. So 1 mm is .1 cm, 2 mm is .2 cm and so on.

    Debra A. Mitchell, MSPH, CPC-H

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