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    I have a patient that had a colonoscopy and the doctor removed a polyp. The pathology report analysis came back as "prominent mucosal fold". I've seen this before but does anyone have any suggestions on what DX to us?

    The patient was there for a screening, so I always put my V76.51 as primary but I feel guilty about assigning 211.3 as I don't think that constitutes a "benign neoplasm".


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