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S59.192K Other physeal fracture upper end radius, left arm, subsequent fracture with nonunion
S59.232D Salter-Harris Type III physeal fracture lower end radius, left arm, subsequent fracture with routine healing
S52.112G Torus fracture upper end left radius, subsequent fracture with delayed healing
S59.142P Salter-Harris Type IV physeal fracture upper end radius, left arm, subsequent fracture with malunion
S59.222G Salter-Harris Type II physeal fracture lower end radius, left arm, subsequent fracture with delayed healing
M84.334G Stress fracture, left radius, subsequent fracture with delayed healing
M84.534G Pathological fracture in neoplastic disease, left radius, subsequent fracture with delayed healing
S52.312D Greenstick fracture shaft radius, left arm, subsequent fracture with routine healing
S59.112D Salter-Harris Type I physeal fracture upper end radius, left arm, subsequent fracture with routine healing
S59.212K Salter-Harris Type I physeal fracture lower end radius, left arm, subsequent fracture with nonunion
S59.242D Salter-Harris Type IV physeal fracture lower end radius, left arm, subsequent fracture with routine healing
M84.634D Pathological fracture in other disease, left radius, subsequent fracture with routine healing
S59.192P Other physeal fracture upper end radius, left arm, subsequent fracture with malunion
S59.232G Salter-Harris Type III physeal fracture lower end radius, left arm, subsequent fracture with delayed healing
M84.434A Pathological fracture, left radius, initial fracture
S52.112K Torus fracture upper end left radius, subsequent fracture with nonunion
S52.522D Torus fracture lower end left radius, subsequent fracture with routine healing
S59.122D Salter-Harris Type II physeal fracture upper end radius, left arm, subsequent fracture with routine healing
S59.222K Salter-Harris Type II physeal fracture lower end radius, left arm, subsequent fracture with nonunion
S59.292D Other physeal fracture lower end radius, left arm, subsequent fracture with routine healing
M84.334K Stress fracture, left radius, subsequent fracture with nonunion
M84.534K Pathological fracture in neoplastic disease, left radius, subsequent fracture with nonunion
S52.312G Greenstick fracture shaft radius, left arm, subsequent fracture with delayed healing
S59.112G Salter-Harris Type I physeal fracture upper end radius, left arm, subsequent fracture with delayed healing
S59.212P Salter-Harris Type I physeal fracture lower end radius, left arm, subsequent fracture with malunion
S59.242G Salter-Harris Type IV physeal fracture lower end radius, left arm, subsequent fracture with delayed healing
M84.634G Pathological fracture in other disease, left radius, subsequent fracture with delayed healing
S59.132D Salter-Harris Type III physeal fracture upper end radius, left arm, subsequent fracture with routine healing
S59.232K Salter-Harris Type III physeal fracture lower end radius, left arm, subsequent fracture with nonunion
M84.434D Pathological fracture, left radius, subsequent fracture with routine healing
S52.112P Torus fracture upper end left radius, subsequent fracture with malunion
S52.522G Torus fracture lower end left radius, subsequent fracture with delayed healing
S59.122G Salter-Harris Type II physeal fracture upper end radius, left arm, subsequent fracture with delayed healing
S59.222P Salter-Harris Type II physeal fracture lower end radius, left arm, subsequent fracture with malunion
S59.292G Other physeal fracture lower end radius, left arm, subsequent fracture with delayed healing
M84.334P Stress fracture, left radius, subsequent fracture with malunion
M84.534P Pathological fracture in neoplastic disease, left radius, subsequent fracture with malunion
S52.312K Greenstick fracture shaft radius, left arm, subsequent fracture with nonunion
S59.112K Salter-Harris Type I physeal fracture upper end radius, left arm, subsequent fracture with nonunion
S59.142D Salter-Harris Type IV physeal fracture upper end radius, left arm, subsequent fracture with routine healing
S59.242K Salter-Harris Type IV physeal fracture lower end radius, left arm, subsequent fracture with nonunion
M84.634K Pathological fracture in other disease, left radius, subsequent fracture with nonunion
S59.132G Salter-Harris Type III physeal fracture upper end radius, left arm, subsequent fracture with delayed healing
S59.232P Salter-Harris Type III physeal fracture lower end radius, left arm, subsequent fracture with malunion
M84.434G Pathological fracture, left radius, subsequent fracture with delayed healing
S52.522K Torus fracture lower end left radius, subsequent fracture with nonunion
S59.122K Salter-Harris Type II physeal fracture upper end radius, left arm, subsequent fracture with nonunion
S59.192D Other physeal fracture upper end radius, left arm, subsequent fracture with routine healing
S59.292K Other physeal fracture lower end radius, left arm, subsequent fracture with nonunion
S52.312P Greenstick fracture shaft radius, left arm, subsequent fracture with malunion
S59.112P Salter-Harris Type I physeal fracture upper end radius, left arm, subsequent fracture with malunion
S59.142G Salter-Harris Type IV physeal fracture upper end radius, left arm, subsequent fracture with delayed healing
S59.242P Salter-Harris Type IV physeal fracture lower end radius, left arm, subsequent fracture with malunion
M84.334A Stress fracture, left radius, initial fracture
M84.534A Pathological fracture in neoplastic disease, left radius, initial fracture
M84.634P Pathological fracture in other disease, left radius, subsequent fracture with malunion
S59.132K Salter-Harris Type III physeal fracture upper end radius, left arm, subsequent fracture with nonunion
S59.212D Salter-Harris Type I physeal fracture lower end radius, left arm, subsequent fracture with routine healing
M84.434K Pathological fracture, left radius, subsequent fracture with nonunion
S52.522P Torus fracture lower end left radius, subsequent fracture with malunion
S59.122P Salter-Harris Type II physeal fracture upper end radius, left arm, subsequent fracture with malunion
S59.192G Other physeal fracture upper end radius, left arm, subsequent fracture with delayed healing
S59.292P Other physeal fracture lower end radius, left arm, subsequent fracture with malunion
S52.112D Torus fracture upper end left radius, subsequent fracture with routine healing
S59.142K Salter-Harris Type IV physeal fracture upper end radius, left arm, subsequent fracture with nonunion
S59.222D Salter-Harris Type II physeal fracture lower end radius, left arm, subsequent fracture with routine healing
M84.334D Stress fracture, left radius, subsequent fracture with routine healing
M84.534D Pathological fracture in neoplastic disease, left radius, subsequent fracture with routine healing
S59.132P Salter-Harris Type III physeal fracture upper end radius, left arm, subsequent fracture with malunion
S59.212G Salter-Harris Type I physeal fracture lower end radius, left arm, subsequent fracture with delayed healing
M84.434P Pathological fracture, left radius, subsequent fracture with malunion
M84.634A Pathological fracture in other disease, left radius, initial fracture
S52.122B Displaced fracture head left radius, initial open type I or II
S52.125B Nondisplaced fracture head left radius, initial open type I or II
S52.132B Displaced fracture neck left radius, initial open type I or II
S52.135B Nondisplaced fracture neck left radius, initial open type I or II
S52.182B Other fracture upper end left radius, initial open type I or II
S52.322F Displaced transverse fracture shaft left radius, subsequent open type IIIA, IIIB, or IIIC with routine healing
S52.325F Nondisplaced transverse fracture shaft left radius, subsequent open type IIIA, IIIB, or IIIC with routine healing
S52.332F Displaced oblique fracture shaft left radius, subsequent open type IIIA, IIIB, or IIIC with routine healing
S52.335F Nondisplaced oblique fracture shaft left radius, subsequent open type IIIA, IIIB, or IIIC with routine healing
S52.342F Displaced spiral fracture shaft radius, left arm, subsequent open type IIIA, IIIB, or IIIC with routine healing
S52.345F Nondisplaced spiral fracture shaft radius, left arm, subsequent open type IIIA, IIIB, or IIIC with routine healing
S52.352F Displaced comminuted fracture shaft radius, left arm, subsequent open type IIIA, IIIB, or IIIC with routine healing
S52.355F Nondisplaced comminuted fracture shaft radius, left arm, subsequent open type IIIA, IIIB, or IIIC with routine healing
S52.362F Displaced segmental fracture shaft radius, left arm, subsequent open type IIIA, IIIB, or IIIC with routine healing
S52.365F Nondisplaced segmental fracture shaft radius, left arm, subsequent open type IIIA, IIIB, or IIIC with routine healing
S52.372F Galeazzi's fracture left radius, subsequent open type IIIA, IIIB, or IIIC with routine healing
S52.392F Other fracture shaft radius, left arm, subsequent open type IIIA, IIIB, or IIIC with routine healing
S52.522S Torus fracture lower end left radius, sequela
S52.532S Colles' fracture left radius, sequela
S52.542S Smith's fracture left radius, sequela
S52.552S Other extraarticular fracture lower end left radius, sequela
S52.562S Barton's fracture left radius, sequela
S52.572S Other intraarticular fracture lower end left radius, sequela
S59.122S Salter-Harris Type II physeal fracture upper end radius, left arm, sequela
S59.292S Other physeal fracture lower end radius, left arm, sequela
S52.122P Displaced fracture head left radius, subsequent closed with malunion
S52.125P Nondisplaced fracture head left radius, subsequent closed with malunion
S52.132P Displaced fracture neck left radius, subsequent closed with malunion

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