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ICD 9 Skin Help

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    Seacoast-Dover NH
    Post ICD 9 Skin Help
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    I have quite a few path reports that have the following final dx:

    skin, left thigh or skin, mid back, etc
    superficial perivascular and interstitial mixed inflammatory cell infiltrate containing scattered esinophils

    Can anyone help with the icd 9 code for this?

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    superficial perivascular dermatitis:692.9

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