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    Hoping for some clarification
    Dr did a 29826,29824,& 29822 29826 in subacromial space, 29824 distal claivle, 29822 superior/anterior labrum was debrided
    Can I bill 29822 as a seperate procedure with a 59?
    Thanks
    Kathy

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    if your documentation can support it, yes!

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