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Talonavicular Bone Spur

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    Our ortho surgeon removed a talonavicular bone spur that was nearly fused to both of these bones (tallus & navicular). Would this be coded as a partial excision tallus / or navicular? or is there another code for excision of a bone spur?

    Thanks for the help.

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    I use partial exc of bone 28120.

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    Does he excise bone from both ??

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