Can you assign the correct diagnosis and procedure codes to the following scenario? Answers can be found later in this issue.

An 8-year-old established patient presents to the pediatric office with complaints of vomiting and diarrhea. The patient’s mother provides history of 3 episodes of vomiting (described as non-bloody, non-bilious) since 6:00 am and 3 episodes of non-bloody diarrhea since midnight. Mother also notes decreased fluid intake but has encouraged sipping water and sports drink. The patient was hungry for breakfast but unable to eat more than a few bites before vomiting. The patient states urine output is decreased. Review of systems is positive for abdominal pain described by the patient as a 4 on a scale of 1 through 10, crampy, periumbilical, and intermittent. The patient denies fever, rash, upper respiratory infection symptoms, lethargy, dysuria, and hematuria. Pertinent vitals are a temperature of 100.8°F (38.2°C), heart rate 106 beats...

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