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 What ICD-9 code should be used for spine lesions?

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Do HPV lesions look like herpes lesions?

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Can fusing of the lower spine be slowed or even stopped by moving it and arching the spine regularly?

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What are all the types of osteolytic lesions?

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Are all bone lesions cancerous?

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