It can be often there is a family history where gout is concerned however it can also be the result of other reasons.
I would try a history/family history v-code
V16.2 family history of larynx
Yes. There can be a hereditory factor involved in gout. However this is not always the case.
John Harold Talbott has written: 'Gout and uric acid metabolism' -- subject(s): Gout, Metabolism, Uric acid, Uric acid metabolism 'A biographical history of medicine' -- subject(s): Biography, Medicine 'Gout' -- subject(s): Arthritis, Gout
No. Nothing in history tells us he did. He had gout in his 80's.
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For code 99203, the history level is detailed.
the history of modern family planning