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    I am try to code an injection to a painful iliac donor site, does anybody have any ideas?

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    Smile Iliac donor site

    You may code 64425. The bone graft is usually taken from Iliac crest ,which is supplied by ilioinguinal nerves
    Dr. Somit Hazra, CPC.

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