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ARTHROSCOPIC SX & modifier 52

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    New Port Richey, FL
    Default ARTHROSCOPIC SX & modifier 52
    Medical Coding Books
    The Dr Performed A Redo Arthroscopic Acromioplasty On 1-03-08,
    The Last One Was Dec 2005.
    Do We Need A Modifier 52 On 29826 For 1-03-08 Sx?

    Thank You!

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    I think would depend on the circumstances. Did your doctor do a lot less work than normal for an acromioplasty? Why did the pt have to have it done again - more formation of spurs, etc? If he's actually doing an acromioplasty, I wouldn't think you'd have to use a 52.

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