The 59 will keep the smaller ones from bundleing with the larger and also will keep the same code numbers from denying as duplicates. Depends on the carrier for the 51 but if you do use it, it will go after each 59.
The 59 indicates each procedure is a distinct and separate procedure and the 51 says these were all excised in the same session.
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