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Banner flap( local tisue rearrangement

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    Default Banner flap( local tisue rearrangement
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    Patient had an excision of squamous cell carcinoma of nose 1.1 cm with closure with a banner flap,would this just be one code ?

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    Check with your Dr., but I believe a "banner flap" is a type of transpositional and or rotational flap, which means you can utilize CPT 14060, it is an all inclusive code that takes care of the excision and repair.

    CT ENT

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