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Passenger injured in accidental train derailment. What is ICd 9 code
ICD-9 is an acronym used in the medical field that stands for International Classification of Diseases, ninth revision. In the United States, the ICD-9 covered the years 1979 to 1998. [ Currently, ICD-10, which is the tenth revision, is in effect as the most current database of disease classifications. ICD-9 was used in the US until the 10th revision became fully implemented in 1998, though the
actual revision was concluded some years earlier. ]
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