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    Default fracture are killing me!!! Is this a fx

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    I am usually so good at these but i've had two in a row today!!

    Xray Report Ankle 3views

    Finding: Linear tiny irregular calcification adjacent to the tip lateral malleolus without visible donor site. Lateral soft tissue swelling Alignment is normal
    Impressions: Avulsion fracture versus ligamentous calcification laterally

    Would u code this as a fracture?

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    No I wouldn't

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