Laparoscopic Incision Procedures on the Intestines (Except Rectum) CPT® Code range 44180- 44180

The Current Procedural Terminology (CPT) code range for Laparoscopic Procedures on the Intestines (Except Rectum) 44180-44180 is a medical code set maintained by the American Medical Association.

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CPT® Code Range 44180- 44180
Laparoscopic Incision Procedures on the Intestines (Except Rectum)
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[QUOTE="csperoni, post: 503960, member: 164618"] I would not code either 49320 or 49329. To me, this looks like laparoscopic enterolysis. Generally this is included in another procedure being done, ... [ Read More ]
I would not code either 49320 or 49329. To me, this looks like laparoscopic enterolysis. Generally this is included in another procedure being done, but for this case, seems like the correct code. ... [ Read More ]
49329 is "Unlisted laparoscopy procedure, abdomen, peritoneum and omentum" Unlisted is just that - unlisted, so you need to define what you are billing for, and a comparison code to compare the amount... [ Read More ]
If the bowel surgery was due to an accident or inadvertant situation by the surgeon, it is not billable. That does not seem to be the case here as indicated in "we elected to resect the small area of... [ Read More ]
I don't think either. 44180 is laparoscopic enterolysis - lysis of [I]intestinal [/I]adhesions, not omental adhesions 58661 is laparoscopic removal of [I]adnexa [/I](tubes and/or ovaries) It MIGHT b... [ Read More ]
Operative laparoscopy with lysis of omental adhesions and removal of posterior cul-de-sac mass. Would this be coded as 44180 or 58661? Thanks... [ Read More ]
I agree some additional information would be helpful. Based on only the information provided, I would suggest: 44180 Laparoscopy, surgical, enterolysis (for the laparoscopy with takedown of multiple ... [ Read More ]
Need some advice on the following procedure below. My provider want know if he could bill lysis of adhesion and enterostomy. Codes used 44620, 44180 & 44005. Thanks advance. ICD-10: * Bowel perfora... [ Read More ]
[b]Look to modifier -22[/b] In addition to the laparoscopic appendectomy (44970), the surgeon performed lysis of adhesions. Well, the code for laparoscopic enterolysis 44180 has the "separate proced... [ Read More ]
[QUOTE="mommacode, post: 431068, member: 244944"]If laparoscopic lysis of adhesions is the only procedure performed can we code 49329 without the documentation of"extensive". Does that rule only appy ... [ Read More ]