You will need to check with your provider to see what anatomic structure was actually injected. Injection of the ischium is similar to saying injecting the femur - coding is typically not based on the bone but rather the target structure that is located near / on / attached / etc. to the bone.
It could be the ischial busa - in which you would look at the bursa injection codes, i.e. 20610.
It could be a ligament attachment - in that case you would look at 20550
It could be a tendon origin attachment - in that case you would look at 20551
It could be a pudendal nerve that was injected - in which case you would look at 64430
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