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  1. #1
    Long Island/New York
    Default Knee/Shoulder/Hip
    Medical Coding Books
    does anyone know of any websites that are helpful with knee/shoulder/hip surgeries..(coding/terminology, etc.)?


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    You can find lots of information on the AAOS website...

    For Knee conditions and procedure information...

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