After Being Evaluated By His Gastroenterologist Mr Jackson Was Sent To The Hospi

After being evaluated by his gastroenterologist, Mr. Jackson was sent to the hospital for a diagnostic esophagogastroduodenoscopy. He is having several symptoms that indicate a potential gastrointestinal condition. As a result, he was admitted in observation. His symptoms include vomiting, weight loss, and dysphagia. The esophagogastroduodenoscopy reveals that the patient has low-grade Barrett’s esophagus, GERD with reflux esophagitis, and a non-obstructing hiatal hernia. Patient was also incidentally diagnosed with Crest Syndrome (CRST), which correlates with his complaint of dysphagia. After the procedure, the patient was noted to have several PVC’s on his EKG. These resolved shortly after the patient arrived in the recovery room. Based on the results of the detailed history, detailed exam, and straight forward medical decision making, it was decided that the patient could be discharged home on the same day with instructions for a follow up office appointment in 2 days. Code this scenario. ICD-10

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