For the sake of surgery coding I generally code the diagnosis codes in order with the procedure codes; you'll be billing 29827 for RCR, 29826-51 for ASD, 29824 for DCR, and you can also try coding 29825-59 for lysis of adhesions although it's bundled with the other codes it sounds like their was some excessive scarring. So in the same order I would code 726.10, 726.2, 715.91, 726.0. Otherwise for impingement I'd code the primary cause first (726.10 or 715.91) than code 726.2 following that. If an injection is given during an office visit you can than use 726.10 or 715.91 for the visit with a modifier 25 and than use 726.2 for the injection.
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