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Integumentary Coding

  1. Smile Integumentary Coding
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    Hi Friends,

    Can anyone help me coding for this ?

    A Family Practice provider has removed 2 cm pedunclated skin polyp which was on nape of neck by electrocautery.

    Which CPT & ICD codes we should use ?

    Neha Bhatnagar, CPC, CPC-H

  2. #2
    Dover Seacoast New Hampshire
    This sounds like a skin tag removal.

    11200, with the 701.9
    Pam Brooks, PCS, CPC

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