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    Default Revision of Total Shoulder

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    When coding a revision of a total shoulder would you use 23472 or is there another code? I think I found my own answer I found you do use the 23472 and 23331 or 23332 depending on what is being removed or revised.
    Last edited by DSchrlau; 03-31-2008 at 09:39 AM.

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