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    Question excision osteochondroma

    For the excision of an osteochondroma proximal humerus . . . . .
    does 23184 sound right ?

    If not, what should I use ?
    Thank you

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    Osteochondroma is a type of benign tumor that consists of cartilage and bone
    Would look at 23150

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