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hernia repair with excision of scar tissue

  1. Default hernia repair with excision of scar tissue
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    One of my drs did a incarcerated ventral hernia report and excision of scar tissue mass in the subcutaneous tissue. Is there a code for the scar tissue removal?



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    was this "scar tissue" excised from the entry point of the incision for the hernia? If so, then I would consider it his approach.

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