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Posititive Labwork DX

Meredith Posted Mon 06th of May, 2019 13:14:44 PM
We are referring a patient to a hematologist due to JAK2 Gene positive on bloodwork. What diagnosis code would you assign?
SuperCoder Answered Tue 07th of May, 2019 08:00:26 AM

Hi Meredith,


Thanks for your question.


Please note that this test is performed to help diagnose the bone marrow disorders characterised by overproduction of one or more types of blood cells (white blood cells, red blood cells, and platelets) known as myeloproliferative neoplasms (MPNs). Now since you are referring this patient to a hematologist, we should wait for the hematologist to declare the final diagnosis based on this test. Then we can suggest you the appropriate ICD-10 CM code based on that definitive diagnosis.


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