Manipulation Procedures on the Penis CPT® Code range 54450- 54450

The Current Procedural Terminology (CPT) code range for Surgical Procedures on the Penis 54450-54450 is a medical code set maintained by the American Medical Association.

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CPT® Code Range 54450- 54450
Manipulation Procedures on the Penis
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[QUOTE="Britt0385, post: 514502, member: 809818"] Can a provider charge both 99213 and 54450 together, if the patient only came in for adhesion of prepuce and glans penis? [/QUOTE] If there wasn't a ... [ Read More ]
Can a provider charge both 99213 and 54450 together, if the patient only came in for adhesion of prepuce and glans penis?... [ Read More ]
Can a provider bill 99213 and 54450 together?... [ Read More ]
Hi All - I'm looking for a code for this surgery one of my doctors wants to do: patient has an IPP, which is in correct position per the note. Exam portion of note states glans points downward when d... [ Read More ]
The physician would like to bill 54450, manipulation of foreskin, for the procedure described below. I don't think there is enough documentation to justify billing this code. Also, the following day's... [ Read More ]
54450 cdr states:The physician treats adhesions between the [B]uncircumcised[/B] foreskin and the head of the penis that prevent the retraction of the foreskin. Adhesions are broken by stretching the ... [ Read More ]
Hi all, A little help please.... I coded 54161 for this procedure: The patient having urinary incontinence and we could see that the distal aspect of the head of the phallus and a portion of the f... [ Read More ]
I have never seen where it says 54450 needs to be in the OR under general anesthesia?... [ Read More ]
If the physician just says I was able to reduce the paraphimosis at bedside during the physical examination. Would that just be bundled into the e/m code then? They actually have to take the patient ... [ Read More ]
54450 will required under general anesthesia so it has to be in OR setting. You can not use Consulting codes. You can use Inpatient codes with modifier 25 and most importantly, physician notes have to... [ Read More ]