Injection Procedures on the Conjunctiva CPT® Code range 68200- 68200

The Current Procedural Terminology (CPT) code range for Surgical Procedures on the Conjunctiva 68200-68200 is a medical code set maintained by the American Medical Association.

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CPT® Code Range 68200- 68200
Injection Procedures on the Conjunctiva
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Well I think you have two options. 96372 or 68200. I think I might ask the provider for a little more detail to decide between the two.... [ Read More ]
IF it was into the subconjunctival space, I would use 68200... [ Read More ]
Because this was the same anatomical site, there would be just the one code of 65426. However, if the op note states this was done via subconjunctival injection (most of them are) you would also add 6... [ Read More ]
I have a question regarding use of CPT 68200 injections. My patient had cataract surgery and ahmed tube shunt ou. He has had a number of follow-up injections subconjunctivally and I would like to fi... [ Read More ]
What procedure is the patient in the post-op period of? The codes mentioned are not supported by the (brief) documentation: 68200 is a subconjunctival injection; 67999 is an unlisted procedure, eyel... [ Read More ]
Pt seen in ED with following procedure note: Oozing from under lateral L eyelid. Lateral eyelid injected with 1% lido with epi - 2 ml. Good hemostasis , tolerated well, no complications. Some sugge... [ Read More ]
During a recent coding audit of a surgical case, it was found that a subconjunctival injection of Kefzol and dexamethasone was also performed. Although there are not any CCI edits that bundle 65756 & ... [ Read More ]
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