The provider injects an anesthetic and/or steroid agent into the brachial plexus, a group of nerves in the arm that originate in the spinal column in the neck. This injection is also known as a "nerve block" and is commonly used as part of a regional anesthetic procedure but may also be performed to treat brachial plexus neuralgia. Report this code for one or more injections during a single procedure.
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