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Posted on 2014-02-10
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I have a table with the following:

EncounterID     DiagnosisCode
1                           482.5
1                            702.6
1                           892.5
1                            412.5
2                            825.3
2                            632.4
2                               132.4

I need this:

EncounterID    DiagIDOne     DiagIDTwo   DiagIDThree   DiagIDFour
1                         482.5               702.6                   892.5              412.5
2                          825.3                632.4                 132.4


Any ideas?  

Thank you all in advanced.

JamesNT
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