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A Guide to Water Main Leak Detection and Water Valve Management Services

28th December 2011
Water leaks can occur in different areas of a water distribution network that serves a specific population. When a water leak occurs, it can often be the result of a water main leak. It is important to identify a water main leak as a huge volume of water ... Read >
Author: anoton

When to Use 'Uncertain Behavior Diagnosis Code'?

09th June 2011
You may be in for a great loss if you always use diagnosis code 238.2 while reporting 11100 for a biopsy procedure your surgeon performs. The best way to know when to use the 'uncertain behavior' diagnosis code is understanding what that code descriptor r... Read >
Author: James Smith

Neurosurgery Coding: Pin Down Headache Dx Choice with These Tips

30th March 2011
Does your neurosurgery practice provide greater occipital nerve blocks? If so, don't let your neurosurgery coding turn into a headache. Confirm specifics about the patient's headache and the service your provider offered to pinpoint the proper diagnosi... Read >
Author: Erin Lang Masercola

Eye Infection, Strep Diagnoses Post ICD-10

23rd March 2011
When ICD-10 goes into effect, you will have to gear up for changes across the board as far as diagnosis coding is concerned. Many a time, you will have more choices that may need changing the way you document services and a coder reports it. Take a look a... Read >
Author: James Smith

Dark Color Changes To Toenails: Potential Causes and Treatment

11th January 2011
Dark-colored streaks in toenails are common in the United States, especially amongst people with darker skin toes, particularly in African-Americans. For the most part, these streaks usually represent non-serious conditions. However, especially in fair-sk... Read >
Author: Scott Kilberg DPM

Different Types of Toenail Fungus and Treatment Methods

05th January 2011
Toenail fungus is a common fungal infection that affects the toenail and sometimes fingernails. Known scientifically as onychomycosis, toenail fungus is a common infection in adults and affects about six to eight percent of the population. Toenail fungus ... Read >
Author: bcured

Different Kinds Of Rosacea

09th December 2010
Referred to as the "curse of the Celts," rosacea is really a chronic skin situation that generally impacts Caucasians. Rosacea is a term given to individuals who always blush especially in the center of the face like the cheeks, chin, nose, and forehead. ... Read >
Author: Johnny

Treatment & Cure for Occipital Neuralgia

26th November 2010
Millions of people suffer from headaches. Thіѕ repeatedly causes missed work days, less productive days and less enjoyable days. Migraine can be explained as a specific intracranial vascular headache. Often Migraine is the term mistakenly used... Read >
Author: Fadi Nukta

Will Tinnitus Get Worse

07th September 2010
One of the common concerns tinnitus sufferers have is will tinnitus get worse. Generally, tinnitus tends to gradually decrease in its severity from the time it first appears. Sometimes it may go away altogether, especially in those people where the sympto... Read >
Author: Bondy

Signs and Symptoms of Uterine Fibroids, Something More Serious

17th May 2010
First, although it is possible you can get a good idea if you have fibroids, your symptoms by reviewing the following list, you should always obtain a proper diagnosis from your doctor to confirm this as fibroids, although few times are dangerous, there i... Read >
Author: herbalcure30

Stop Facial Hyperhidrosis Today

26th April 2010
For those who suffer from hyperhidrosis, it is quite embarrassing and if left untreated or unregulated for the longest time, it could affect the professional and social lifestyle of the person involved and it could continue for a lifetime. Sweating on any... Read >
Author: Mark Montel

Leg Pillow Wedge to Help Varicose Veins

22nd April 2010
A leg pillow wedge minimizes the chances of your blood pooling in your leg veins and allows the blood back to the heart for improved circulation. If you have normal functioning veins, the little valves in the vein keep blood moving forward toward the hear... Read >
Author: Betsy Powell

How You Can Cure Lyme Disease With Chinese Herbs

25th January 2010
A number of Chinese herbs can be useful for the many different facets of Lyme Disease. Lyme Disease is a bacterial infectious disease caused by the spirochetal organism, Borrelia Burgdorferi. It is usually caused by a tick bite. The prevalence of the dise... Read >
Author: Jill Smi

Bowel Movement Bleeding - 6 Possible Causes Sited In The Rectum

08th January 2010
Bloody (not the expletive but the adjective) appropriately characterizes bowel movement bleeding. Bright red spots of blood drip into the toilet bowl or down the legs. Red blood oozes from the surface of stools. Toilet tissue may be stained by scarlet red... Read >
Author: Rachel Rich

Anonymous STD Testing For Your Privacy - Dallas

30th September 2009
Call Today: 1(888)MAX-LABS or 1(888)629-5227 Let's face it; it is not easy to be confident when it comes to going for an STD test. You might deny this but many attest to the fact that it is not very comfortable to proceed directly to an STD testing ... Read >
Author: ann
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