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Susan Posted Fri 21st of March, 2014 13:33:13 PM

What is the ICD 9 CODE (dx code) for HYPERCELLULAR MARROW WITH TRILINEAGE MATURATION so sorry I made the mistake earlier of asking the wrong question.

SuperCoder Answered Fri 21st of March, 2014 17:28:02 PM


Myelodysplastic syndromes (MDS) are a heterogeneous group of acquired clonal disorders affecting the haematopoietic system. The bone marrow becomes hypercellular or hypocellular with disordered growth and maturation of a clonal proliferation of abnormal cells. This causes peripheral blood cytopenias due to insufficient haematopoiesis among healthy marrow cells, affecting the myeloid (white cells), erythroid (red cells) and megakaryocyte (platelets) lines.

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