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Correct code for M-Plasty?

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    What's the correct code to bill for M plasty closure? I have read an article that states it should be intermediate or complex code series, but another source says to bill ATT (adjacent tissue transfer) codes 14000-14350. What are ya'll billing for m-plasty?

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    M-plasty repairs are controversial as to whether or not they should be coded as adjacent tissue transfer. Because the resultant defect is a straight-line repair, rather than one measurable in square centimeters, physicians need to make the determination independently as to whether an M-plasty constitutes an adjacent tissue transfer versus a complex repair (CPT codes 13100 to 13153).

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