Interesting! A similar question was also posted in the Gen'l Surg section of Coding 911 list just a few weeks ago.
The coders who responded recommended using the unlisted code, 44799, because there is no code for a fecal transplant.
Fecal transplant is AKA fecal bacteriotherapy, fecal transfusion or human probiotic transfusion. It is used to treat c-diff colitis by restoring normal bacteria in the colon. The feces is most often donated by a relative.
Hope this is helpful,
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