you do not need a different diagnosis only the documentation to support the assessment of the patient is over, above, and beyond what is necessary for the procedure. If the injection was preplaned then the assessment to determine the necessity of the injection has already been performed and cannot be charged for again, therefore for a planned injection, to charge an ov you would need a different diagnosis. However if it were not prior planned and an assessment did occure which goes beyond the nesessity for the injection then you could stll charge for both the ov and the administration (using a 25 modifier) and the smae diagnosis code linked to both. Look in appendix A of the CPT book under the definition for the 25 modifier it tells you in this definition the different diagnosis are required.
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