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    Question RBB by Surgeon for Cataract

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    If the surgeon does a RBB block for Cataract surgery and Anesthesia states General for block then Mac or Gen 2% Mac 1% then what do you bill for Anesthesia? General or Mac

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    Apr 2007
    Las Vegas, Nevada


    General anesthesia should have precedence over MAC anesthesia.

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