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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

Fusion, Germination and Concrescence

17th February 2011
The teeth are composed of materials that tend to bond together when they remain in contact over time. The enamel, covering of the teeth from the pulps, down to the roots, is considered a a cementitious material. In simple terms, the enamel of a tooth can ... Read >
Author: Vernell Leider

Keratoconus What to do when you are diagnosed

05th January 2011
Keratoconus can start in teenagers, young adults and people who regularly 'rub' their eyes. Specialist diagnostic equipment like a corneal topographer (an instrument that measures corneal shape and contour) not normally found in your local or high street ... Read >
Author: John D Andrews

Cervical Spondylotic Myelopathy Surgery in India at Affordable Cost, Cervical Spondylotic Surgeon

21st May 2010
Cervical Spondylotic Myelopathy Overview Cervical spondylosis is caused by degenerative changes in the bones and intervertebral disks of the neck. A less technical name for this condition is osteoarthritis of the neck, or degenerative disk disease... Read >
Author: Wecare Health Services

What Can You Do To Help Your Senior Dog With Arthritis Pain

24th March 2010
Arthritis is on the list of most commonl illnesses in which older dogs experience. Dogs of any age can get arthritis but unfortunately, it is prevalent in our senior canines. This disease involves the joints, that happen to be at the ends of the bones. Th... Read >
Author: Becky

Blood In Stool - 7 Reasons Found In The Colon

18th December 2009
Blood in stool is often discovered with some alarm, accompanied appropriately by exclamations of bloody (adjective, not expletive). Scarlet red dots of blood coat the stools. Crimson red blood besmirches the toilet tissue. Down the legs and into the toile... Read >
Author: Rachel Rich

Vaseline On Nail Fungus - Choose The Best Healing Method For You

23rd September 2009
To heal fungus toenail, let's have a look at a short list of treatments available to folks who are on the lookout for a fungus toenail treatment. There are different streams of treatments to heal fungus toenail and their efficacy ranges in an appropriate ... Read >
Author: Dana Shepard

Tips to reduce Compressed Air System Pressure Drops

02nd March 2009
Ask a Question: What causes pressure drops in my compressed air system and how can I reduce them? Answer: Pressure drop can become a compressed air system problem that steals production time and money What causes pressure drops? Any type of obs... Read >
Author: Tommy McGuire

Attention Deficit Hyper Disorder And Treatment

26th February 2009
attention deficit hyperactive disorder adhd ADHD or attention deficit hyperactivity disorder is a mental disorder occurs in a number of children and sometimes adults. ADHD has been identified as a disease with the right diagnosis and treatment can be cur... Read >
Author: dcgloballlc

Enlarged Thyroid

13th March 2007
For those people affected by either hair loss or hair thinning there may be many possible causes behind the visible symptoms. One of the potential causes is thyroid related. To be more specific, an enlarged thyroid or goiter may be the cause of your hair ... Read >
Author: Krishan Bakhru

Trichologist FAQs

04th June 2006
Trichologist FAQs What Is The Origin Of The Word Trichologist? The word Trichologist originated in Greece. Trikhos is the Greek word meaning hair. What Is A Trichologist? A Trichologist is a hair stylist that is trained to recognize the sympto... Read >
Author: Ian Major
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