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epidermal inclusion cyst

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    Default 706.2
    Medical Coding Books
    Epidermis is the superficial external portion of skin and the term itself denotes cyst of skin. Moreover if you try with codebook option in 3M, you can get main term as Inclusion with ('epidermal') as paranthesis which lead you to 706.2.

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