That's an interesting situation. I wonder if you could use a 52 for reduced services? But that wouldn't exactly be accurate either as the services weren't really reduced since the procedure was done, just not with anesthesia. I'm thinking you may not be able to charge. I know you were in the surgery suite, but if no anesthesia was done, I can't see what you could charge to capture this. Wow! What a great scenario for a test! LOL, if we can come up with the correct answer that is.
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