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    is anybody out there getting ready to take the test to become ortho certified? if so, what refereces are you using?

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    Apr 2007


    I am sitting for the ortho speciality exam on Nov 8. I am only using the AAPC study guide. I've been coding Ortho for close to 20 years so I can only hope that's all I will need

    I did notice that we can use one other additional source book (but not the study guide) so I may purchase another book of some sort to take with me just to have.


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