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Bone Graft

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    Long Island/New York
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    can you bill 20900 if it's an allograft or does it have to be autograft? also is 20900 bilateral? i always thought it was unilateral but have been told differently...a little confusing..


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    I believe it is for an autograft from the patient since it states bone graft, any donor area.

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