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    I am having a brain-dead day I need some guidance; ORIF proximal humerus fracture dislocation 4 part.

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    23615, 23630, 23670 or 23680 depending on the documentation?
    Bruce Crandall, CPC
    North Carolina Specialty Hospital
    Durham, NC

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    Thank you

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