Introduction to ICD Classification and Reimburseme

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The Internet has become a very popular research tool for patients to research different health care conditions and possible treatment options. Now, more than ever, patients are becoming more informed of their medical conditions from sources other than their physicians and other medical professionals they might encounter. From a patient perspective, what are the pros and cons of obtaining medical information from the Internet?

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