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Radial Pin Site Release

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    Question Radial Pin Site Release
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    I need help in coding this simple procedure, radial pin site release, the note states 1cm incisions were made at the level of her previous incisions, sharp blunt disection w/scissors/hemostat was used to circumferencially release skin/sq from underlying muscle/fascia; AROM testing wrist showed problwm resolved, incisions were approximated....


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    sounds like a tenotomy maybe??

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    Thank you, I'll check into that one!

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