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Whats the ICD-10 code for Hip Asymmetry?

obinna Posted Thu 08th of October, 2015 16:15:28 PM

Whats the ICD-10 code for Hip Asymmetry?

SuperCoder Answered Fri 09th of October, 2015 03:09:38 AM

If it is a Asymmetry in Femur bone then use any of the ICD-10 code M21.759 M21.751 and M21.752.

obinna Posted Fri 09th of October, 2015 12:52:42 PM

What about if it's hip bone?

SuperCoder Answered Mon 12th of October, 2015 01:40:45 AM

Hip joint is formed by two bones i.e. Femur and Acetabulum (Pelvic bone).
So, if it is a Asymmetry of Femur bone then use any of the ICD-10 code M21.759 M21.751 and M21.752. And if it is in Pelvis then use M21.70.

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