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Which rule is correct when an outpatient is seen for chemotherapy? A. List first the diagnosis, followed by the chemotherapy V code. B. List first the chemotherapy V code, followed by the
diagnoses. C. List only the V code for chemotherapy. D. List only the code for the diagnosis.
A. List first the diagnosis, followed by the chemotherapy V code
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