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Extreme lateral interbody fusion

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    Question Extreme lateral interbody fusion
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    Depending on what's in the op report, here are some codes to consider:

    20930, 20937 or 20938

    If anterior instrumentation is used:

    Again, it very much depends on what is in the op report.

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