28290-28299: Know These Terms to Zero In on Proper Bunionectomy Code

May 2012
Podiatry Coding & Billing Alert;May2012, Vol. 4 Issue 5, pP33
The article presents questions and answers related to proper bunionectomy code including hallux valgus procedure code, coding for Reverdin-Green-Laird bunionectomy procedure and the ICD-9 codes that are most commonly associated with bunionectomies.


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