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    do you code in the integ section of the book for these

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    Need more info....Path? Mass removed within the subq tissue...I would look in the musculoskeletal section

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    I agree with Jamie.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jamie Dezenzo View Post
    Need more info....Path? Mass removed within the subq tissue...I would look in the musculoskeletal section
    This is where I GET confused. Even IF path report comes out as a cyst.706.2 and the doctor did subcutaneous such as 21555, chest wall I STILL CODE IT AS 21555 AND THEN 706.2 AS DX, . confused,

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    thanks for everyones help...i thought it was in the musculoskeletal part of the book but wanted more clarification on this. thanks again

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