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Excision of Gynecomastia

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    I recently attended a webinar and one of the questions was regarding excision of gynecomastia:

    The coder has to determine how much tissue is removed. If just a mass was removed, it would code to 19120 (this code is for male or female.) In order to report 19300 a substantial amount of breast tissue should be removed as this is a more extensive procedure. Just thought I would share the info.

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    Yes, I recently seen this in CPT ASST...thanks for sharing :-)

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