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Antihelix Lesion

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What ICD-9 would I use for antihelix lesion?

Question: What ICD-9 would I use for antihelix lesion?

Answer: Please review the codes in section 380.00. These can be used for chondrodermatitis nodularis helicis and other disorders of the external ear. The fifth digit designates whether the condition is acute or chronic.

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