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    Hi All,

    Please suggest me the DX for crest syndrome.

    thanks in advance,

    Sreenivas Sajja

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    Apr 2007


    Here is a link that explains what crest syndrome is to help guide you to your diagnosis code.


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    Apr 2007
    North Carolina


    I believe it's 710.1


    I knew I had seen this before....

    • Limited cutaneous systemic sclerosis — involves skin of the fingers, lower arms and legs, face, and neck. It may also be documented as CREST or CRST syndrome.
    Last edited by RebeccaWoodward*; 09-10-2008 at 01:07 PM.

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