Another cast coding question.
Thumb Spica cast.
Aagin, the work effort is greater and it requires more material than a SAC so I don't want to code a short arm cast.
I saw an old superbill that had the materials coded as a SAC (Q-4010) plus L3907.
That somehow doesn't seem right either as the L code is a DME code.
There's also no CPT code for thumb spica cast.
Any suggestions on this one too?
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