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    My doc removed ossicle that was loose but stuck in patellar tendon.

    I am thinking loose body removal but can't seem to find one, he did not go into the joint at arthrotomy?

    Any help please?

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    One of my knee surgeons uses 27360 for bony ossicle, Osgood-Schlatter, and "Wolford" procedures.... hope that helps you.

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