This is probably a stupid answer but if you have the ICD-9 coding book with volume 3, there is some info right before the third volume begins that might be very helpul. Other than that, and this may sound silly as well, but try to google it and see if that leads you anywhere. Also, I don't know if you want to spend any money for this, but I bought the Ingenix ICD-9-Procedures Coders Desk Reference and it is great. It gives a pretty thorough description of every procedure and it is a great tool. If you can't spend a lot, try to buy an older version, maybe, and just check updates that have been made since then to make sure that you are coding accurately. Just a thought....
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