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what do you use? Shoulder Diagnosis

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    Bankart & Hill-Sachs ...

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    Manhattan, NY
    Was the fracture closed or open? A good place to begin is 812.09 if closed...maybe. More detail is required.

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    shoulder posterior bony Bankart with reverse humeral head Hill-Sachs with some mild cartilage loss and loose body ... You use 812.09 for both Bankart & Hill-Sachs.i use 812.09 for Hill-Sachs but never really sure what to use for Bankart.

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    Manhattan, NY
    Thank you for the additional information. I think the 718 series of ICD-9s are good choices.... Maybe 718.81 or 718.21 for the Bankart? I'm sure you can better determine which is best from the note detail.

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    I would use 718.31 or 840.8

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