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What is the ICD-9-CM FOR A Removal of distal 1 cm (centimeter) left clavicle?
The clavicle (the collar bone) runs from the scapula or shoulder blade to the sternum. A claviculectomy procedure may be referred to as the Mumford procedure. Report the arthroscopic procedure for a partial distal claviculectomy with code 29824. [ [ Use code 23120 for the open partial distal claviculectomy procedure. If the surgeon performs a more extensive procedure report the open total
claviculectomy procedure with code 23125. ] ]
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